If you are an owner of a business and it is necessary for you to travel time after time, you may struggle a bit financially. After all, traveling can quickly become more costly than you may have expected. Plane tickets, hotels rooms, food, and many other necessities all cost money. Now, if you are planning a business trip to or a company’s retreat in one of the most amazing cities in the United States—and yes, we are talking about Las Vegas—you may find this article pretty handy.
There are several cheap hotels in Las Vegas where you can spend a night or two, have all your meetings, and afterward, relax in an exciting casino or bar. Which hotels to choose? Below, we share our top six picks.
1. Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
This hotel is our first pick because of one particular reason: It is located only five minutes from the main Las Vegas airport. Therefore, you won’t spend your precious time traveling from airport to a hotel and be late to your meetings. Mandalay Bay is also an excellent choice because many other business people who stayed there consider this hotel spacious, with excellent amenities and service. The best part is that a two night’s stay here would cost you around $145, which is indeed a great price-and-quality synthesis!
2. New York – New York Hotel and Casino
Our second pick (which is also our second cheapest option) is a hotel located in Las Vegas but dedicated to another amazing American city: New York. Sophisticated, well furnished, modern and indeed business-friendly, this hotel can be a perfect place for important business meetings or company retreats that are professional and not so wild. A business trip here can cost as little as $150 for two nights.
3. The Mirage Hotel & Casino
One of the most iconic hotels on our list, the Mirage hotel, must be mentioned here! Located in the middle of the city, the Mirage is a perfect spot for all first-time visitors to Las Vegas. Why? Well, it is easy to spot from far away, and it is also surrounded by other hotels where, for instance, your business partners might be going to stay. One fact we love about the Mirage is its price range: Two nights here will cost you just around $150.
4. Hilton Grand Vacations on the Boulevard
Hilton is our fourth pick because, in this hotel, all budget-cautious business people like you can satisfy all your business travel needs in one place. It is a little bit further away from the city’s center, yet still comfortably close to all the venues, restaurants, and other meeting spaces. Moreover, your accountant won’t get sad or angry, since two nights here cost just around $169.
5. The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino
One of the most legendary hotels in Las Vegas, the Palazzo is also worth of your consideration if you are having a trip to this city. The Palazzo is widely acclaimed as one of the best hotels around, thanks to their excellent service, rooms and price ranges! Here you can relax after important meetings and one of the thousands of spacious rooms, a few great outdoor pools and even try out our fortune in their casino. You can also have an informal business meeting in a few bars and restaurants located here! A two night’s stay here will cost you around $200!
6. Vdara Hotel & Spa
And last, but definitely not least, Vdara Hotel and Spa where you will surely feel pampered from the second you come in, to the second you leave the hotel. Vdara is a unique hotel with amazing interior design, which speaks of luxury and high-class. Hence, meetings in Vdara will undoubtedly be productive and, hopefully, successful. The different feeling here is created by the fact that Vdara doesn’t have a casino in its building, so sophistication and general vibe of seriousness here are easily felt. Prices are not that bad either: Your two-day business trip here will cost around $220.
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