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Las Vegas City Guide

Las Vegas Hotels Guide

©2006 PDPhoto.org Despite the many luxurious accommodations in Las Vegas, bargain rooms can be had -- even at popular places like Caesar's Palace.

If you're looking for luxury accommodations, stay at the Mobil Four-Star Four Seasons Hotel (3960 Las Vegas Blvd S), which is nestled onto the same property as Mobil Three-Star Mandalay Bay and Mandalay's latest addition, THEHotel, on the south end of The Strip. It features amazing amenities, including stellar service from check-in to checkout, and one of the best spas around -- The Bathhouse.

Another underrated but luxurious and elegant hotel is the Mobil Four-Star Bellagio (3600 Las Vegas Blvd South), with plush beds and views of the lake that casino mogul Steve Wynn built with fountains that dance to music.

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Las Vegas is cheapest during the off-season -- around mid-summer usually, when it's terribly hot -- and around the holidays, late November through January, excluding one of the biggest Vegas holidays that takes a week to celebrate, New Year's Eve. Room rates can run from $55 to more than $200 for a room on The Strip. When rooms aren't filling, hotels will knock down prices quickly.

From buffets to fine dining, Las Vegas restaurants suit any taste. See our Las Vegas restaurants guide in the next section.

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