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Reader Poll Starting January 5, 2003


#1.  Room rates in Las Vegas vary greatly depending on time of year, holidays, conventions, etc, . . . this weeks question is what do you think is a fair price to charge for a standard hotel room at a casino?  Since casinos are large and small, please direct your answer regarding Mega Casinos and regular casinos separately .


Reader Poll Replies: 

*  My friends and I go to Vegas about five times a year and we get charged a wide range of prices per night.  I think that a mega resort casino should charge around $100 a night and a smaller casino should charge $50 a night.  If you are a real gambler, the price of the room is immaterial because the casino will give you a room.   Ronald W,. 

*  A quality casino room should cost around $125 per night and that should be in one of the bigger joints.  The smaller casinos I think should charge around $75 a night.  Beverly  C. 

*  A fair price for a small casino would be under $100 a night and I hope to pay around $150 a night for the better mega resort casinos.  Donna S,.

 Going 1/17 thru 1/20/03....4th trip in 15 months....have paid as little as $220.00 for entire week and as much as $155.00 for 1 night...this time only paying $93.00 for 3 nights (Las Vegas Club) on the weekend.  For best places on strip I think $100 to 125 would be fair and off strip and Fremont should be well under $50.00.....for weekend rates....Mon thru Thurs about 1/2 of that.  Tim Richardson

*  Paying under $50 on the smaller or off Strip casinos would be fair and anywhere from $100-140 for the upper end casinos.  Wanda S.

*  Great question. Now depending on the location of course I would say $50 a night at a nice strip casino is fair. but things get tricky.  The mega joints will scoff at this low price. depending on the time of the year and how full the place is for a given period is all to be figured into the equation. but I was always with this way of thinking: let people in and they will play and play. put someone in a room rather than have it empty.   Watcherboy



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