The Plaza Hotel & Casino in Downtown Las Vegas is offering rooms on Tuesdays through March for .12 per night in celebration of 12/12/12 for any bookings made by 12/14/12. Now, I’ve never stayed off the strip (or at the Plaza) but the hotel seems OK (?) for the area. According to their website, the hotel has been around for over 40 years but recently completed a major renovation.
The Plaza Hotel and Casino redefines Downtown Las Vegas luxury and creates a perfect combination of comfort and sophistication. Anchoring the Fremont Street Experience, the Plaza has been an iconic hotel in Downtown Las Vegas for the past 40 years and a recent property reinvention has allowed the Plaza to retain its classic Las Vegas charm and embrace a new world look. Complete hotel and casino renovations in 2011 have updated and improved the Plaza’s ambience throughout, creating a stylish and exciting new experience for each guest. Our lobby features beautiful marble and inlaid mosaic tiles, sparking chandeliers and a plush front desk that matches the classic Las Vegas feel with a contemporary look. With over 1,000 spacious and fully renovated rooms and suites showcasing sweeping views of the glittering Las Vegas Strip and Downtown Las Vegas, world-class entertainment, a brand new casino floor offering an array of signature and classic gaming choices, a first-class steakhouse and ten new restaurants and bars, the Plaza is a full service property that will create a memorable experience for each one of our guests.
Certainly don’t expect the luxury or popular nightlife of the Venetian or the Wynn, but at .12 a night the rooms like pretty nice and you certainly can’t beat the price. Even factoring in taxi rides to the strip, you’ll still be ahead of the game. If staying for more than one night, rooms are generally available at $22 -$33 for the rest of the week, though completely sold out on the weekends. Trip Advisor reviews are decent as well.
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