Las Vegas Hotels are offering steeply discounted rooms in order to draw visitors back into the city of neon lights. If Las Vegas is on your bucket list, check out some of the deals hotels are offering.**
The Points Guy ~ ” Vegas has turned the lights back on and restarted the party.
And call it pent up demand, a desire for a dose of normalcy or the old-fashioned lure of Lady Luck, but enough visitors have returned to warrant speeding up the reopening of even more of the Strip’s iconic resort casinos. Of those that are already open, we’ve seen the expansion of hours, restaurants and other services. The LA Times reports that the day beds and cabanas at the pool at The Cosmopolitan were fully booked up on its reopening weekend.
It’s now expected that almost all of the major Vegas destinations you’ve heard of will reopen by mid-July, with very few major properties still mum on potential reopening dates.
But with more than 150,000 hotel rooms in the area according to the visitors bureau, even if many of those rooms are kept out of commission to aid in the quest for social distancing, how exactly does Vegas plan to bring that many tourists back week after week?
While, thankfully for Vegas, California is a major source of visitors and is a realistic driving distance away, this is still an especially poignant question since around 50 million travelers fly into Las Vegas’ McCarran airport in a normal year. Most travelers surveyed by TPG in May continue to say they don’t plan to get on an airplane anytime soon.
Whether to attract locals, those within driving distance or to spur folks to hop on a plane, it’s obvious that Vegas is going all-in on deals to draw visitors back into the casinos, pools, hotels and restaurants.
Finding $10 hotel rooms in the Caesars family of resorts (sadly, plus resort fee) is easy with a wide variety of dates pricing at that rate this summer at Flamingo, Rio and Harrah’s. (Remember, it’s easy to avoid a resort fee at the Caesars family of casinos by status matching your way into Caesars Rewards status.)” ~ The Points Guy
**Please note: Due to the impact of COVID-19 on travel, we encourage people to always plan trips in accordance with the guidance provided by government and health officials.