Cheapest Hotels on Las Vegas Strip

Are you looking for the cheapest hotel on the Las Vegas Strip? Below you will find the top 10 cheapest resort hotels on the strip listed from low to high by price.

When trying to reserve the cheapest hotel room you need to take a few things into consideration. Demand has a huge impact on the pricing for all Las Vegas hotels. If you want to spend less you should avoid the peak dates for large sporting events like NASCAR, the PBR rodeo, boxing, or MMA events and also large conventions. Every Friday and Saturday also sees a significant price increase over other weekdays.

Booking non-peak dates will save you a lot of money. Non-peak dates include Mondays-Thursdays especially after a 3-day holiday weekend. Other times of the year that are good for cheaper rates include after Thanksgiving through Christmas since most people are too busy to take vacations then and in late July and August since it is very hot, although there can also be more families and kids that time of year. For the best weekend rates try to book when there is no convention or sporting events taking place.

It is sometimes hard to know when there is high demand or a large event going on, so to get an idea of what rates are for each date we recommend you look at a booking calendar from any of the hotels. They will show you the price for every day on the calendar and you can see when it would be cheaper to go. For example you can look at the Luxor, Monte Carlo, or Harrah’s . We still recommend booking thru Expedia or another travel site since you can earn points and can combine flights, car rentals, and hotel reservations for better deals.

Below we have listed the price range you can expect to pay for each hotel. The low price is typically the lowest price you will find for a room – normally for a non-peak weekday. The high price is what you could expect to pay on a popular weekend. When hotel rooms are in extremely high demand you might even have to pay more. If you see a room rate below our lowest listed price you should book that hotel right away because it is a great deal.

Also keep in mind that almost all hotels in Las Vegas charge a resort fee. This is a fee that is added on to each reserved room that covers things like pool access, gym access, wi-fi and more. The price range listed is for 2 adults in a standard room, but does not include the resort fee or taxes.

For more information, pictures, prices, or to reserve your room for each hotel just click on the Orange ‘Find on Expedia’ button.


$23 - $143
Circus Circus Hotel Room Resort Fee: $21
AAA Diamond Rating: 2
Expedia.com Rating: 3.3
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 3.5


$29 - $199
Excalibur Hotel Room Resort Fee: $26
AAA Diamond Rating: 2
Expedia.com Rating: 3.6
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 4


$30 - $157
Stratosphere Hotel Room Resort Fee: $20.99
AAA Diamond Rating: 2
Expedia.com Rating: 3.6
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 3.5


$36 - $209
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Luxor

Luxor Hotel Room Resort Fee: $26
AAA Diamond Rating: 3
Expedia.com Rating: 3.6
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 4


$42 - $219
Harrah Resort Fee: $29
AAA Diamond Rating: 3
Expedia.com Rating: 3.8
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 3.5


$45 - $249
Flamingo Hotel Room Resort Fee: $29
AAA Diamond Rating: 2
Expedia.com Rating: 3.5
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 3.5


$58 - $219
Monte Carlo Hotel Room Resort Fee: $30
AAA Diamond Rating: 3
Expedia.com Rating: 3.8
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 4


$59 - $296
New York-New York Hotel Room Resort Fee: $33.6
AAA Diamond Rating: 3
Expedia.com Rating: 4.1
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 4


$59 - $195
Bally Resort Fee: $29
AAA Diamond Rating: 3
Expedia.com Rating: 3.8
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 4


$63 - $225
MGM Grand Hotel Room Resort Fee: $30
AAA Diamond Rating: 4
Expedia.com Rating: 4
TripAdvisor.com Rating: 4


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