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    ASW accommodation?
    It looks like Ceasars ASW12 block sold out and for 6 nights including taxes, the cost is over $4500!. I am not looking to spend that much money on ASW stay!.

    So, what are the other options (near by) available!

    Ceasar's pricing -

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    Deluxe Forum and Palace Towers 1 Bed
    (6 Nights)

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    4074.00
    Taxes

    488.88
    Total

    4562.88
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    4562.88

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    What days are you planning on? I just tried their online reservation system for check-in on the 5th and leaving on the 11th, and for 6 nights it comes to $2224 for a Classic Room, Forum Tower is $2354.

    (I booked a room months ago at the AS rate, so I was just checking, not looking to book)

    As to other hotels, a while back I used to stay at the Luxor and really liked it. They have rooms available that will cost less than $1,000 for the six nights.

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    I was looking for 7th thru 13th as I plan to stay a bit for CES too this time

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    You can get a room at a number of hotels within a block for half the cost.


    It pays to shop around and the walk can be entertaining.
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    Those nights that overlap with CES will drive your costs up. Attendance at CES last year was about 126,000 - which fills up a LOT of rooms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Witzer View Post
    You can get a room at a number of hotels within a block for half the cost.


    It pays to shop around and the walk can be entertaining.

    Great Idea ... I got into Wyndham Grand Dessert (1 mile with free shuttle to strip) for 6 nights for a lot less than $4000 at Ceasars. What's more, the accommodation I got is smoke free (no casino, I like that) and it has 2 bed rooms kitchen etc. too. Obviously I won't be using that space!!. But it still worked out to be a lot cheaper than $4K at Ceasars ... And tripadvisor ratings for Wyndham Wyndham Grand Desert (Las Vegas, NV) - Hotel Reviews - TripAdvisor are excellent!

    From no accommodation to now I have way more accommodation for a lot less cost and I am happy with that

    See you all in Vegas

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    We are staying at the Planet Hollywood Towers Westgate nearby. Found a good deal on Orbitz for 7th-10th. Just around $640 yesterday for a one room suite when I booked it. I also saw pretty nice deals for Mandalay but that's on the end of the strip and not ideal for walking to and from.

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