Updated August 19, 2020 - 9:10 pm
Hotel-casinos have started offering midweek promotions to attract customers during off-peak travel times.
The offers come as Las Vegas’ trade show and convention traffic has come to a standstill because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are some of those deals, according to the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Visitors can book a three-night midweek stay in a resort king or queen room for $75 through Dec. 24. Rooms must be booked by Aug. 31 with code ST3Y.
Visitors can book a three-night midweek stay in a “GO King” or queen room for $87 through Dec. 24. Rooms must be booked by Aug. 31 with code ST3Y.
Visitors can book a three-night midweek stay in a deluxe king or queen room for $75 through Sept. 3. Rooms must be booked by Aug. 31 with code ST3Y.
Visitors can book a three-night midweek stay in a deluxe king room for $375. The promotion is available on select dates through Dec. 24, and bookings must be made by Sept. 30 with the code STAY3.
Paris Las Vegas
Visitors can book a three-night midweek stay in a burgundy king or queen room for $135 through Dec. 24. Rooms must be booked by Aug. 31 using the code STAY3.
Bellagio and Aria
Two MGM Resorts International properties are offering a work-from-Las Vegas experience through their Viva Las Office package, which includes an executive assistant and food and beverage credit.
The Strip-adjacent property has yet to reopen but is offering deals for 2021. The “Stay More, Play More” promotion offers up to 10 percent off accommodations for one night, 20 percent off for two nights and 30 percent off for three or more nights and includes $5 in free slot play and $10 in table games match play. The promotion also includes a buy-one, get-one drink voucher, 10 percent off between 2 and 5 p.m. at Hooters, 10 percent off at the Splash Cantina poolside restaurant and bar and more. The package is available through Dec. 29, 2021, and must be booked by Dec. 31. The property is also offering 30 percent off to those with a valid California ID and 15 percent off to those with an Arizona ID, among other incentives such as free slot play and discounts to restaurants.
The downtown property is offering visitors stays through Dec. 29 with the lowest available room rate, $25 in daily food and beverage credit, $75 in daily bingo match play, $10 in free slot play, a complimentary hotel room upgrade, early check-in and late checkout and free parking. Stays must be booked by the end of the month.
Sahara Las Vegas
Those with a valid ID from Arizona, Utah, Colorado and Texas can receive half off resort fees, complimentary room upgrade to the Marra Tower, free parking and up to 24 hours to cancel or change reservations before check-in with no fees. Visitors from California can receive a waived resort fee, complimentary room upgrade to the Marra Tower, late checkout, free parking, half off cabanas and daybeds, free Starbucks coffee and more. The promotions apply to stays through March 31 and must be booked by Aug. 31.
Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock resorts
The two Station Casinos properties are offering a “Summer Dreamin’ Package” that includes up to 25 percent off rates with a $50 food and beverage credit per stay. The promotion requires a two-night minimum stay and is available through Sept. 30.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Strip property’s “Ditch Everyday” deal offers 20 percent off hotel rooms, plus a $50 pool credit with a two-night minimum stay. The package is available through Sept. 3.
The “Stay & Dine” package requires a two-night stay from Sunday through Wednesday through Dec. 24 and allows visitors to book a room at the newly remodeled Elevate rooms with free valet and self park, free cancellation up to 72 hours before check-in and a $100 resort credit valid at the Top of the World restaurant. Rates start at $209 and must be booked by Dec. 20 with the code TOWSD20.
Through the Give Love offer, visitors can receive up to 25 percent off and give a complimentary night to an essential worker. The package is available through Dec. 29 and must be booked before Aug. 31.
The property’s “TV Ad Special” offers a deluxe room rate starting at $99 with no resort fee, two-for-one draft beers and 20 percent off admission to the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N for stays Sunday through Thursday. The “TI Strip Experience” offers guests who booked Monday through Thursday stays up to 30 percent off newly renovated rooms and suites with a buy-one, get-one-free offer that includes dinner, draft beer and Gilley’s Saloon and adult admission to the Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. It also includes a $50 full-day pool cabana credit. Stays must be Monday through Thursday.
Wynn Las Vegas and Encore
The “Stay and Play” lets golfers stay and play two nights and receive a $50 dining credit, one round of golf at the Wynn Golf Club and a personalized gift for stays through Aug. 31. The “Enjoy More Time Away” deal gives guests a complimentary third night when they book a two-night stay in a resort or tower suite room through Dec. 27. Rooms must be booked by Aug. 31.
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