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Where do you want to stay in Las Vegas?

Sure, all you need is a cozy bed to crash because whether it's the gambling, the shows, the food, the attractions of the decadence -- odds are you won't be hanging around in your room for too long. Still, with hotels themed to all tastes and budgets, you might as well pick the best one for you!

Special Las Vegas Hotel Discount Rates - While Vegas is a gambling paradise that doesn't mean that you have play games to get a great rate. Naturally, hotel rates in Las Vegas are their highest on Friday and Saturday nights. Rates fall significantly during the week.

Click on the links below for more information on each hotel including availability and pricing of up to 65% off.

Aladdin $$ - Classy Middle Eastern theme in the heart of the Strip with a great indoor shopping mall. Bally's $$$ - Ultra modern high-rise hotel in the heart of the Strip.

Barbary Coast $$$ - Great center strip location and a fair value. Has a complimentary shuttle for folks staying at Orleans.

Bellagio $$$$$ - The beautiful Bellagio may have been the backdrop to the Oceans Eleven remake but it's also the most elegant hotel in the heart of the Strip. Need to get somewhere? Beyond the new Las Vegas monorail nearby you can take a complimentary tram to the Monte Carlo.

Ceasars Palace $$$$ - A Vegas original! From the talking statues to the famous Forum shops, this is also another luxury hotel suited for the avid gambler.

Circus Circus $$ - From the five acre enclosed Adventuredome theme park to the free circus acts during the day, this institution to the North of the bustling Strip is also one of the most affordable places to stay in Vegas and is a popular choice for young families. Yes, this was the same hotel from James Bond's Diamonds are Forever and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

Excalibur $$ - Another great hotel for families -- with low rates too -- Excalibur features jester entertainers during the day instead of circus acts. You will also find a capable foodcourt with Krispy Kreme, Quizno's and Coldstone Creamery to fill in the usual collection of buffets and table service eateries. This is home to a Mideval Times dinner theater clone too.

Flamingo $$$ - In the heart of the strip, this Hilton-owned hotel is elegantly stylish and highly underrated. Adjacent to Harrahs and across the street from Ceasar's Palace and the Mirage it's not kid-friendly -- just right for adults.

Hard Rock $$$$ - Let's start at the swimming pool. Go underwater and you hear music! Yes, it's even piped in underwater. Given its rock theme it's popular with young adults and you will probably find the most attractive people in Vegas hanging out here. Unfortunately, it's not on the Strip itself.

Harrah's $$$ - The Harrah's empire is a national one -- with riverboats and reservation casinos all over the country. This is the original, in the heart of it all.

Hilton Las Vegas $$$ - A block from the strip but right on the monorail line, this is home to the Star Trek Experience and 3D Borg attraction.

Imperial Palace $$$ - Possibly one of the more affordable adult hotels on the Strip.

Luxor $$$$ - From the slanted elevators to the Egyptian theme complete with a museum tour, this hotel is wedged right between Excalibur and Mandalay Bay at the Southern end of the Strip.

MGM Grand $$$$ - While Siegfried and Roy are on hiatus, the MGM Grand is still a great place to stay. 5000 rooms, lushly appointed and the lion habitat to go along with all of the shopping next door.

Mirage $$$$ - Classy hotel with erupting frontage and the Strip's best pool area.

Monte Carlo $$$$ - A place for serious gamers, Monte Carlo is a Vegas institution. It's also a free ride away on a tram from the Bellagio.

New Frontier $$ - Bargain priced, centrally located hotel.

New York, New York $$$ - Naturally themed to New York with landmark landscape, Coney Island and a twisting coaster.

Orleans $$ - Mardi Gras themed hotel with a great buffet, bowling alley, movie theater and -- yes -- child care center. Not on the Strip but you can take a free shuttle to Barbary Coast on the Strip.

Paris $$$$ - Posh lodging, complete with an Eiffel Tower replica. Dine outside facing the famous Bellagio dancing fountains.

Rio $$$$ - A favorite of the locals -- maybe because it is off the Strip and related traffic -- Rio is definitely a fun hotel.

Riviera $$ - On the cheaper North side of the Strip but just a short walk to the Center Strip area.

Sahara $$ - The start of the monorail line makes this a great bargain hotel with low minimum gambling and the cheapest buffet.

Stardust $$ - Affordable landmark hotel.

Stratosphere $$ - Far from the action -- but what a view! Great observation and thrill rides at the top.

Tropicana $$$ - Another Vegas original, now flanked by MGM and Excalibur and New York New York in creating the famous "Four Corners" of the Strip.

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