Las Vegas is one of the most affordable cities in the world…if you skip the casinos. Staying there has rarely been more affordable than the current offer at the Palace Station Hotel. For stays until December 22, you can save up to 50 percent off of their regular room rates with the Travel Ticket rate, subject to availability. That means hotel rooms for as low as $15 per night. For complete dates and details, visit the Palace Station Web site.
About the Palace Station Hotel
Located just a block from the Las Vegas Strip, the Palace Station Hotel and Casino features 970 guest rooms and suites, all with free high-speed Internet access, built-in hairdryers and in-room safes. Facilities at the hotel include a full casino with more than 1720 slot machines; seven eateries including Oyster Bar seafood restaurant and the affordable Feast buffet, where dinner is just $9.99; two outdoor swimming pools, a fitness room and a 24-hour business center. The hotel also operates regular, free shuttles to and from the airport and the Las Vegas Strip.
Other Ways to Save in Las Vegas
Las Vegas offers a number of other ways to save money. The city is home to a myriad of fun and FREE attractions. Just a few of these are:
- Nightly fountain display at the Bellagio Hotel on the Strip
- Regular sound and light extravaganza on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas
- Neon Museum near Fremont Street, where many of the city’s fabulous signs find a second life
- Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo Hotel
- Lion Habitat at the MGM
- Ethel M Chocolate Factory in Henderson (with free samples at the end of the tour)
- For a list of 25 free things to do in Las Vegas, visit LV Insider.com.
Food and drink are also a bargain in Las Vegas. Most casinos offer free drinks to those at the slots and the tables. In addition, Las Vegas buffets offer quality food at an affordable price. Just a few of these dinner buffets include the $14.49 buffet at Circus Circus, the $12.99 buffet at the Riviera Hotel and the $10.99 buffet at the Main Station Hotel in downtown Las Vegas. Some hotels also offer 24-hour buffet passes. If you plan carefully (e.g. have dinner late the first night and early the second night), you can get two dinners as well as lunch and breakfast from one pass. Current prices include $24.99 at the Excalibur, $33.30 at the MGM Grand and $29.99 at the Luxor.
One last Vegas money saving tip: be sure to ask at the front desk of any hotel you visit whether they have a coupon booklet. At most hotels and casinos these are free for the asking and include coupons for such things as free drinks, free casino chips and free food items.