Cheapest Rooms on the Las Vegas Strip

Visiting Las Vegas is on every traveler’s bucket list, but sometimes bucket listing on a budget is the only way to start marking items off.

Luckily, there are many cheap hotel rooms on the Las Vegas strip, many less than $50 a night.

See the list below and keep in mind these are the cheapest midweek rates and do not forget about the daily resort fees plus overall taxes.

10 Cheapest Rooms on the Las Vegas Strip

Paris in Las Vegas - cheapest rooms on the las vegas strip

Paris: $47+ 45.95 resort fee

Why Stay Here: Romance, elegance, sophistication. All of these words describe the Paris hotel on the Las Vegas strip. Whether you’re on your honeymoon, on a girl’s trip away from home, or looking for upscale amenities on a budget, Paris is a hotel that has it all.

Gordon Ramsay Steak is just one of the celebrity chef restaurants featured at Paris.

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Planet Hollywood: $42 + 45.95 resort fee

Why Stay Here: Every guest at Planet Hollywood feels like a rock n roll icon when they book one of these upscale rooms with hip, modern vibes. The Zappos Theatre is a great venue for touring artists, and The Scene Pool Deck is one of the coolest places to drink and dance the day away.

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Flamingo Go pool

Flamingo:$30+$39.95 resort fee

Why Stay Here: The Flamingo still has old-school Las Vegas vibes, but modern rooms and a great center-strip location that includes a 15-acre pool (one of the top pools in vegas) and iconic adult-only entertainment.

Make sure to have dinner at the vintage-style Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse and have an after-dinner drink in the speakeasy.

Harrah's hotel for carnival court and cheap rooms

Harrah’s: $30+$39.95 resort fee

Why Stay Here: This classic Vegas hotel is mid-strip which puts it right in the middle of all the action. The rooms at Harrah’s are newly renovated and Carnaval Court will keep you entertained all day and night.

LINQ Vegas cheap breakfast and hotel rooms

The LINQ: $30+$39.95 resort fee

Why Stay Here: Not only can visitors cruise the zipline, ride the High Roller Ferris Wheel, and have a drink at a bar made from 100 tons of ice, the Promenade is full of activities and fun for the entire family.

There are dozens of dining (cheap breakfast options) and shopping options at The LINQ which means you can spend your entire vacation on the resort property!

cheap room at the strat in las vegas

The Strat: $27+$39.95 resort fee

Why Stay Here: Some of the most thrilling entertainment in Las Vegas is found at The Strat all the way on the North end of the strip. Make sure to try the Skypod Experience, and spend some adult-only time at WET24 Pool.

Inside the Luxor in Las Vegas

Luxor: $29+$35 resort fee

Why Stay Here: Luxor is a hot spot of entertainment on the South end of the Las Vegas strip featuring America’s Got Talent Live, Fantasy, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit, Blue Man Group, and the iconic Carrot Top, just to name a few!

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Tropicana: $28+$35 resort fee

Why Stay Here: The Tropicana is one of the most iconic hotels in Las Vegas and offers everything you could want in a Vegas vacation–gambling, a spa, a beautiful pool, and great entertainment. The resort fee helps you save even more through 2-for-1 drinks and discounts on entertainment.

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Circus Circus: $25+$32 resort fee

Why Stay Here: Circus Circus is a family-friendly hotel in the middle of the strip and close to the Las Vegas Convention Center.

There’s a carnival midway with 200+ games, an indoor theme park with 25 rides and attractions, and free nightly circus acts.

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Excalibur: $21+$35 resort fee

Excalibur offers one of the cheapest rooms on the Las Vegas Strip.

Why Stay Here: The Excalibur is one of the best family-friendly resorts on the Strip and will transport you back in time to the era of Kings, Queens, Princesses, and Knights in shining armor. There’s even a dungeon where you can play arcade games for hours and a Tournament of Kings Show that is a must-see attraction.

Vegas hotels are great for vacationers on a budget, or for folks who want to spend less on a hotel so they can splurge on dining, gambling, or iconic Las Vegas shows and entertainment. Make sure to check out one of these hotels when planning your trip and know you can’t go wrong with any of them!


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Brian Eller - Vegas Local

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