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Good hotel for a family

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Good hotel for a family

Hi all. On our trip to the South West in August, we're likely to be heading from Zion National Park to Yosemite, via Death Valley and and a one night stop in Lone Pine, CA. We'll probably break this drive up with an overnight stop somewhere, and Las Vegas seems like to obvious choice.

I doubt we'd spend much time in LV but think our sons (13 and 15) would probably enjoy seeing the sights for an evening. Can anyone recommend a good hotel for us (preferably with parking)? I understand that those with casinos don't welcome children, but presumably some of the others will.

All suggestions gratefully received! Thanks...

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1. Re: Good hotel for a family

Here's some suggestions amongst non-casino accommodation:

1. Mid - Strip: Vdara, Elara, Jockey Club (budget choice)

2. South Strip: Signature

All of these are either on or near the Strip, so the main attractions are readily accessible.

All are self catering.

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2. Re: Good hotel for a family

I would recommend MGM signature. It is a non casino property with access to one of the best pool complexes in Vegas that your teenage sons would likely enjoy.

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Hi

Don't worry about being kid friendly all strip hotels are the same. They will not worry at all you have kids in tow. Just remember that they cannot stop in the casino's they must keep walking. They will need to walk through to get to rooms etc.

Any hotel on the strip will be an experience for all of you, where you stay will be governed by how much you want to pay. Steer clear of Circus Circus, not that brill and a bit of a walk to see the other hotels.

You can park at any strip hotel for free, either self park or valet (for a tip on collection)

Take a look on www.smartervegas.com for hotel deals.

Clive

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4. Re: Good hotel for a family

I suggest you stay Mid-Strip, as the main attractions are located closer- for example:

1. Eiffel Tower

2. Bellagio- fountains and conservatory

3. Mirage- volcano

4. Venetian- St Mark's Square

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5. Re: Good hotel for a family

It's ok for children to stay in casino hotels, just not to go into casinos unless its necessary to walk through to get to their room. What like of budget were you thinking and what day of the week? Las Vegas is generally much cheaper Sunday to Thursday although other factors can drive up prices.

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Hi

If it's in your price range, we have stayed at the Venetian (with kid in tow) in a Bella suite. Fabulous hotel with really large rooms, you would love it.

Clive

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Thanks all - I'll take a look!

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Bargain: Flamingo; Reasonable condo, Hilton Vacation Club "AT THE FLAMINGO".

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