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Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

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Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

Hi looking for names most central hotel on strip with good facilities & pool

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1. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

Here's some suggestions:

1. Flamingo- budget choice with expansive pool area

2. Bellagio- premium level

3. Caesars Palace- expansive pool area with a range of accommodation options

4. Mirage- mid-range accommodation

Bon voyage!

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2. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

Many people feel the intersection of Flamingo and Las Vegas Blvd is the center of the Strip. On this intersection you will find Ballys, Cromwell, Caesars Palace and Bellagio.

IMO a 1st time visitor should stay on the Strip at any hotel between Mandalay Bay and Wynn, depending on budget and which features suits them best.

If you want replies that will be applicable to your situation it would probably be best to include EXACT dates and approximate budget. If not you will get recommendations for everything from Flamingo or Ballys (2 star hotels) to Bellagio and Caesars Palace (4 star hotels).

Edited: 08 June 2014, 23:28
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3. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

planet hollywood has good food and the bathrooms are big. the miracle mile mall is connected to planet hollywood with lots to see and more good food and art stores Pinks hotdogs are right outside the door of the planet hollywood.there is a late night sandwich shop called duke of earl sandwich

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4. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

I always say Planet Hollywood for 1st time Visitors or even Paris.. If your budget suited then try and get a Fountain view from those hotels

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5. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

I concur regarding PH and Paris- both are well located, and reasonably priced, with pleasant accommodation

However, their respective pools are not a focal point

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6. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

Having stayed at Mandalay Bay and NYNY, we are travelling with first timers next month and have gone with Mirage. For the money this was a decent located hotel.

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7. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

PH or Paris are good suggestions but they do not have the fancy pool options. The Flamingo has but the hotel is not as good. CP may be ideal but it tends to be priced higher.

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8. Re: Central hotel for 1st time visitors to las Vegas

Agree with ktinca. Need budget and travel dates before a meaningful recommendation can be made. No point recommending Flamingo if you have a Bellagio budget (or vice versa).

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