FAQ: Las Vegas suites
How do I find the best deals in Las Vegas?
Balance your Las Vegas luck with smart timing to find the best deals. Peak season high prices will be found around holidays and hot summer weekends, but midweek pricing is often a fraction of the weekend price, so a little flexibility in travel dates can help trim costs.
Also, keep an eye on resort promotions where suites may be offered at a reduced rate for multi-night stays. Discounts at resort casinos are also offered to those who sign up for a free player card, but you’ll need that player number before booking, so pick one up on your next trip to book a suite later.
For suite bookings, prepare to spend between $100-$300 for a modest room with an additional seating area and amenities like a bar or dining area. For larger suites and penthouses, consider splitting the tab with friends as many will start at $600 and up.
However, some suites don’t require too much advance planning. At The Venetian, for example, all rooms, including standard entry-level rooms, are suites.
What are the best cheap Las Vegas suites?
The best suite is the one where you feel comfortable with the price tag and the value offered.
For one person, that could be a standard room at The Venetian, where every room is a suite. Another person may value the free parking and lack of resort fees at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. Finally, others may only consider a lavish suite at a place like Aria to be sufficient.
What should I look for in a suite?
One of the best aspects of a suite is the extra living space, so look for rooms with additional lounge space such as separate living rooms or upgraded amenities like kitchens or spa baths.
Can I host a party in my suite?
Sometimes, but not always. When booking your suite, be sure to read the fine print of hotel policies in regard to inviting extra guests who are not staying with you as not all resorts permit private parties.
Which Las Vegas suites are best for large groups?
Once again, double-check with your resort policies to determine the maximum group permitted in one suite. You may have to call the property to add more than four adults if their online booking system has a limit in place.
You should, though, be able to host a full group of friends with suites at The LINQ, which even has bunkbed options. Planet Hollywood also offers options for connecting rooms.
Which Las Vegas suites have a private pool?
If a private pool is your goal, prepare to splurge.
The Grand Villa Suites at Red Rock Resort come with their own plunge pool, as does the Lanai Suite at Cosmopolitan. But such suites are on the high end of luxury pricing.
More common will be suites that offer shared pools that regular hotel guests cannot access. This is the case for the Sky Suites Penthouse at ARIA.
Or, consider the more budget-friendly Poolside Cabana Suite at The LINQ, where rooms front the main pool directly.
When is the best time to visit Las Vegas?
It’s always a great time to visit Las Vegas, but if pool season is important, you’ll want to visit between late April and early October.
To see the city lit up with even more twinkle and sparkle than usual, and for cool weather, book during late December.
Shoulder seasons in spring and fall offer some of the cheaper hotel deals and moderate weather will still be warm but comfortable.