Now Find Luxury For Much Less in Las Vegas
Consumers are still reaping the benefits of a price war among the many luxury hotels in Las Vegas.
Visitors can often find deep discounts and package deals on four- and five-star properties.
Las Vegas built many mega-resorts over the last decade and now has a glut of empty rooms. For example in 2008, Sin City added about 9,000 to its already large base of 133,000 rooms.
Say you wanted to live the “life of luxury” in Las Vegas and indulge in a huge luxury suite? How about a nice 900 square feet room, where you can watch a flat-screen TV and talk on the phone while you were in a custom Jacuzzi? Although a high-end room like that may go for $900 per night, that doesn’t mean that’s what you need to pay for it.
How do you get a great discount on a luxury Vegas room? Well just ask ……
Tourism is down all around the world and even ritzy Las Vegas is not immune to the economic recession. Because of that, luxury Vegas hotels & resorts such as the Wynn, Four Seasons, Caesars, Mandalay Bay, Bellagio and more, are heavily discounting rooms to attract visitors to their properties.
Here are a few tips to get the best luxury Vegas hotels, for less.
1) Phone call:
Call the resort directly. Ask them what their best rate is and you may get lucky if they just had a cancellation or are running a special promo. If you have already found a great deal, ask them if the will beat it.
Go to the resort’s own website where often great deals can be found. Also try one of the many travel sites such as Priceline, Orbitz, Hotels.com, Expedia, etc……
3) Front Desk Walk-Up:
Many people hate this method because they want their reservation in hand before flying to their destination. But you can get great deals by walking up to a resort reservation desk with luggage in hand and see what kind of a great deal you can get.
Not only are the luxury Vegas hotels dying to get your business, so are the numerous, fabulous restaurants and incredible stage shows.
The strategy remains the same. Try to call directly looking for deals, search the Internet and also go directly to the desk and tell them you are looking for the best deal they have.
In addition, be sure to check with the hotel’s concierge desk. Even if they can’t always get you a direct deal, many times they are in the know and can refer you to somebody else. A nice little tip for show tickets and restaurant discounts is Tix4Tonight.
We all know the recession can’t last forever. Before you know it, Las Vegas resorts will once again be packed with tourists and at full occupancy. But until then, enjoy the bargains galore and treat yourself to a little Sin City luxury, for much less.