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Long term Hotel Stays

Discussion in 'The Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Boss, Jun 13, 2016.

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    Hey Guys,

    I am in the Air Force and will be traveling to Las Vegas for business from July 7th to July 20th. I am given $93 a day for lodging and looking for the best bang for my buck. So far, a lot of places I have searched are out of my price range after the resort fee is added. Looking for a decent hotel on the strip preferably close to a HL baccarat room. I'm also open to private rentals +

    Thanks!!
     
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    Ouch they're screwing you good with that allowance.

    That's motel 6 territory.
     
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    If you are sweating a $93 daily allowance on a room, are you sure you need a HL bacc room?
     
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    If you have any play at CET or MGM, I'd think you could book the week night's really cheap on their marketing offers they offer even low level players. I'm talking Harrahs, Bally's, Luxor, etc. The allowance should cover that with the fee. You'll likely have to switch at some point.
     
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    It's a business trip so I'm not really looking to pay out of pocket expenses. I will check out my CET/MGM offers. Thanks!
     
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    If you're playing HL bacc, I'm sure resort fees won't be an issue and would be cleared on the back end. Resort fees wouldn't need much play to be comped.
     
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    somthing doesnt makes sense , 93$ a day but a basicasly 100$ a hand bac player and 35$ resort fee out off the 93$

    my math doesnt add up.

    if u dont mind walking days in or motel 6 or hampton in right near the strip, also how do u plan on eating .

    do u have a car add an extra 10$ a day for parking at mlife properties so almost half ur money could be resort fees and parking before u even cover hotel stay per nite
     
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    That's $83 before tax. Where do they expect you to stay in any city for that price?
     
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    I'm given $93.00 a day for lodging and $58.00 a day for food. I'm most likely going to be paying out of my own pocket to stay somewhere relatively decent, I was just seeing if anyone had a secret gem that they knew about that might be military friendly before I pay out of my own pocket.
     
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    CET properties give a discount for military, first responders, teachers and students. I'm not sure what the discount is. I've seen it online when you make a reservation.
     

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