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About Las Vegas
Las Vegas is located in the middle of the Nevada desert. It has a population of over 500,000 people and is most known for gambling, massive casino resorts (often with very distinguishable themes, like Caesars Palace), and live shows.
Las Vegas has a very colorful history. It was founded in 1905 and it remained a relatively small town until gambling was legalized in 1931 and in 1941 the first resort was opened in the soon-to-become Las Vegas Strip. The casino that is considered to be the first one in the Strip is the famous Flamingo, founded by Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel in 1946.
You will find a select of Las Vegas hostels both off-and on-strip, and the prices are reasonable. Dorm beds are fairly inexpensive and you should expect to pay a bit more for a single/double/twin room.
Las Vegas is served by Interstate 15, which is notoriously crowded during weekends when massive amounts of people start their crawl towards the Sin City. There is also a major airport and some bus and train operators that run regular service to the city.
As mentioned before, that primary thing that people come to do in Vegas is gambling. It will not be a problem to find a place to lose your money into slots (or win big), just take your pick. Most casinos also provide the gamblers with free drinks, just keep your eye open for the waiters while playing the slots.
It might also be worth it to catch a show. There is always something going on in Las Vegas and most of the shows are of very high quality, but may be a bit pricey.
Other than staying in hostels in Las Vegas, you can also save a little cash by eating at the casino buffets. Most major casinos feature large opulent buffets where you can eat all you want for a reasonable price.
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Las Vegas Hostel
"USA Hostels Las Vegas is out of the Strip and its casinos, but on the same street as the Freemont Street Experience and the oldest Las Vegas hotels/casinos. Location USA Hostel Las Vegas is pretty easy to find when arriving by car -- from the West, follow Charleston until 13th street and turn left onto Freemont Street. From the Eas, follow Charleston to 13th street and make a right turn onto Freemont Street. There is some parking...
Sin City Hostel
"Sin City Hostel is located just north of the Strip at 1208 South Las Vegas Boulevard. When trying to find the hostel if you drive/walk/bus and reach East Charleston Boulevard, you've gone too far. Sin City is approximately one kilometer north of the Stratosphere if headed north on South Las Vegas Boulevard. It is on your left side, and there's a small neon sign that says "Hostel." It is a two-story building, and looks like a motel in outward...
"Hostel Cat is like a microcosm of Las Vegas itself ... a little bit seedy, a little bit crazy, and a lot of fun. The Location Located at the downtown end of Las Vegas Boulevard, Hostel Cat is a long walk (around an hour) from the main bulk of the major hotels/casinos, however it is quite handily on the Deuce bus route that runs twenty-four hours, which goes to Fremont Street in one direction and to the top end of the strip in the...
"It's a downmarket hotel, not a hostel! - When my taxi dropped me off at the Shalimar, I thought I was at the wrong place ... This wasn't like any hostel I'd stayed at before! I'd booked a private room as I was only there one night, but I'm not sure there would be any other option. The room was large, the bed huge and it had a tv and en suite ... See, not a hostel! I was meeting a friend in Vegas so it turned out to be perfect for me as I...
AAB Economy Hostel in Las Vegas
"… Hostel Amenities: Airport Transportation, Bar/Lounge, Bike Rental Available, Breakfast Included in Rate, Car Rental, Grand Canyon tour, Concierge/Booking Services, Credit Card Payment Accepted, Free Internet Access, Fax Available, Groups Welcome, Internet Station Available, Luggage Storage, Non-Smoking Rooms, Reception open 24 hours, Tourist information, TV Lounge, Vending Machines, Wake-Up Service and Wi-Fi (available). The...
"We are smack dab in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. We're conveniently near all the large attractions including: •McCarran International Airport •Fremont Street Experience •Art District •Premium Outlet Mall •Local Restaurants •World Famous Pawn Stars TV show" … "We are located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, across the street from the Stratosphere." … 2205 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas Strip
"AAE Las Vegas Todd's Hotel & Hostel is the perfect place to stay when visiting Las Vegas on a tight budget. The hostel maintains a list of free outside shows offered by the casinos along with their start time. So if you want to optimize the number of free shows you can watch, this hostel will help you out. They also organize activities such as bbq or movies that you can register for anytime. The Location The AAE Las Vegas Todd Hostel...
AAE Wild Wild West
"… McCarran International Airport and provide 2 ways to get here, the direct Airport bus, which leaves from the airport at baggage claim level and brings you to our door for $1.75 a person, or the Bell Airport Shuttle for $6.50 a person with luggage carry service. Both operate 24 hours a day. Our rooms are deluxe, all private ensuite rooms. We also offer pool for all guests! We have free wifi, free parking and breakfast avaialble for...
Travelodge Las Vegas
"Poor but ok - Location good, but our shower was broken! Also they changed their name. Confusing when youre looking for your stay. Also the room smells à lot! And we asked à non smook room!" … "… away We offer our guests a 24-hour front desk, free Wireless Internet in the Lobby, free parking, complimentary Grab and Go breakfast and an outdoor swimming pool. Our clean and comfortable rooms feature great amenities like...
AAE Palace Station Las Vegas
"… to pay locally ($5.99), dataport phones, in-room safes, hair dryers, ironing boards, soaps, towels and much more! If you need to change your booking or cancel it, you MUST Email us. Cancellations and or changes MUST be emailed to us at least 48 hours before arrival. No exceptions. No people under 21 allowed in the hostel. Amenity fee* $ 14.95 per person per day not included. (*use and access to the casino, free airport...
Ambassador Strip Inn Travelodge
"… hairdryers, cable TV with HBO, AM/FM alarm clock radios and coffee makers as standard. We also have a luxurious honeymoon suite which is the best kept secret in Las Vegas. It is equipped with the latest electronics, comfortable furniture and lavish toiletries and is the perfect accommodation for new couples, businessmen or those who demand the best. We have a 24 hour front desk and serve free tea and coffee 24 hours a day! We...
Bridger Inn Hotel
"… center located 2 blocks from the hotel offers $7.00 all day passes giving you 24 hour access to the entire Las Vegas Strip. While you’re here let our friendly helpful staff arrange a tour at The Grand Canyon, Zion Park or Hoover Dam with the #1 tour company in Las Vegas. We look forward to serving you. Please note: Standard rooms are Non Smoking rooms, Basic rooms are Smoking rooms. Cancellation policy: 24h advance notice...
"Bonanza Lodge features an outdoor pool and outdoor picnic area with barbecue facilities. Guests will also enjoy conveniences such as on-site laundry facilities and free parking. Ideally located, the Bonanza is within walking distance of several shops and dining opportunities, and a short drive from the famous Las Vegas Strip. Features: BBQ Facilities Outdoor Swimming Pool" … "… 6.9 mi 4. Take exit 41A for NV-159/Charleston...
Howard Johnson Hotel in Las Vegas - The Strip
"… with a discount price. It is recommended for the budget travelers and backpackers to stay in such a luxury environment and pay as much as a cheap hostel. The best affordable accommodations starts with rates as low as $17.per person in a shared room. Hotel amenities include room service, an Olympic-size pool, guest laundry and an Internet café. Free WIFI service available in the room for all guests - Cable TV - Mini Refrigerator...
"… suites are available in one or two bedroom designs, each with a large living area. All suites boast a kitchen with full size appliances, free high-speed Internet access with 24/7 support, and 25" cable TV with free premium channels. Other amenities include on-site guest laundry, Lagoon style swimming pools, fitness centre, and a 24-hour front desk to ensure prompt attention to your needs. Siena Suites offers one and two bedroom...
"… be sure to check out the Las Vegas Premium Outlet-North or Town Square, both home to several upscale stores and restaurants. After a day out and about, unwind at the Fremont Street Experience or attend a race at the nearby Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Let us help plan your Las Vegas getaway. From booking a taxi, dinner reservations, Las Vegas and Grand Canyon Tours, Las Vegas Shows to Car Rentals, our staff is happy to fulfill any...
Las Vegas Travel Tips & Suggestions
If you stay in a cheap casino (e.g. Circus Circus) it costs the same as a hostel during the week and you get loads more for your money.
I had been in Las Vegas twice, and I had a fantastic time. Enjoyed everything Las Vegas had to offer. The casinos are state of art and wonderful. I do highly recommend Las Vegas to anyone craving a for wonderful vacation, though it was very hot the in summer. You will love this SIN CITY.
— Marcos from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I was in Las Vegas two years with a group of 16 people. It was absolutely out of this world. Best night I had was in the New York New York casino in their piano bar and their Big Apple bar has a fantastic bar. If u go to Vegas do not miss it!
I was in Las Vegas in August '03. It had been very hot, we stayed the most time of the day at the pool. The nights are really bright (and very warm, even at 11pm!) It was a great time!
— A German teenager
VIVA LAS VEGAS!!! Las Vegas rocks. We only slept at the hostel 5 hours daily, we were out on the Strip in the casinos, or at the titty bars or out hiking at the Grand Canyon. Hoover Dam rocks too! You either love or hate this town, and I LOVE IT!!
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