We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.
We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Halloween

Which Las Vegas hotels are on sale?
dd/mm/yyyy dd/mm/yyyy
See hotels
dublin
Level Contributor
310 posts
47 reviews
Save Topic
Halloween

Will the hotels up their room rates for the halloween weekend?

Orlando
Level Contributor
184 posts
Save Reply
1. Re: Halloween

It usually is a busy holiday for Vegas, my personal favorite time to be in LAS. Falling on a Monday this year might help keep rates down, but I would still recommend booking early if you can though.

Edmonton, Canada
Level Contributor
792 posts
34 reviews
Save Reply
2. Re: Halloween

For flight & hotel (Bally's) for 5 nights, we paid $502 per person (taxes in) to stay over Halloween weekend last year, and we booked in April.

Sacramento...
Destination Expert
for Las Vegas
Level Contributor
3,721 posts
1 review
Save Reply
3. Re: Halloween

I didn't experience any boosted room rates when booking for my last Halloween trip, and none of my offers had the date blacked out as well.

If you search around a bit, you'll find that lots of people -- myself included -- will highly recommend the Fremont Street area for Halloween fun. It was significantly more fun than the Strip, where relatively few people were dressed up and partying. Fremont Street was packed wall-to-wall outside with some of the craziest costumes you'll find and everyone was having a blast. The casinos were fairly packed as well.

My best recommendation for hotels for Halloween, given that, would be the El Cortez. You'll be within walking distance of the craziness, but you won't have any difficulty getting to your hotel or sitting at the bar for a few drinks (most of the VP bars at the casinos under the Fremont canopy were packed, sometimes 2-3 people deep). If you're staying for a few days, I'd even consider staying wherever you normally were planning on, but double-booking Halloween night at a downtown place. It won't be expensive at all and it'll give you a home base for the night.

honolulu, hawaii
Level Contributor
521 posts
2 reviews
Save Reply
4. Re: Halloween

if you book early enough, you'll be fine.

past few years we've booked at least 6 months out for Halloween (of course refundable thru the hotels) and kept shopping the rates. was able to find a little cheaper thru discount codes and whatnot. otherwise, rates did seem to creep up a little, maybe 10-20% more by 1 month out.

really seems no way of knowing for sure how much of a possible spike there'd be. after all, it's still a weekend.

Bristol, United...
Level Contributor
17 posts
1 review
Save Reply
5. Re: Halloween

We booked in August for Halloween last year and got a discount on a flight and hotel package from the UK. Be wary, there is a large convention which starts the beginning of November and that usually boosts room rates.

Williston, North...
Level Contributor
199 posts
1 review
Save Reply
6. Re: Halloween

The PBR falls over Halloween this year. So i would keep an eye on rates. If you see a good rate, book it!

dublin
Level Contributor
310 posts
47 reviews
Save Reply
7. Re: Halloween

What's the PBR

dublin
Level Contributor
310 posts
47 reviews
Save Reply
8. Re: Halloween

What's the PBR

Edited: 02 February 2011, 21:00
Dallas, Texas
Level Contributor
2,109 posts
Save Reply
9. Re: Halloween

Also, the SEMA Show starts Nov 1st this year. That's the big convention someone was talking about.

10. Re: Halloween

-:- Message from TripAdvisor staff -:-

This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.

To review the TripAdvisor Forums Posting Guidelines, please follow this link: http://www.tripadvisor.com/pages/forums_posting_guidelines.html

We remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason.

Removed on: 04 February 2012, 07:22