- 12 Sep
This might be the best time to visit Vegas for a little adventure. Our deal hunters have found an incredible cheap Las Vegas hotel from $29 per night. The cheap hotel in question is the upscale 4.5 star Palms Casino Resort and Palms Place, located only 1 mile from the Strip.
Book soon as rooms will sell out in a glance as you don’t find a Las Vegas hotel from $29 per night – which is also a celebrity hot spot – every day.
Las Vegas Travel Deals
You can travel more or less any time through March 31 2013, blackout dates at your Vegas hotel include: September 14-15, 21-25, 28-29; October 5-6, 30-31, November 1, December 30-31, 2012 and January 6-10, 2013.
As cheap as this Las Vegas hotel is, you may have other plans in mind. We can help with that too!
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