Suites in Las Vegas come in all shapes, sizes, levels of luxury, and prices.
Ritzy options get all the buzz, but what about budget-friendly suites for common folks like us who just want a little extra space without breaking the bank?
I thought it would be fun to hunt down some cheap “diamonds on the rough” to help us all out.
Note that this isn’t a breakdown of the “best” or “most luxurious” suites. Far from it, in fact.
Instead, this is a directory of affordable options that’ll give you room to stretch out while leaving you some cash to gamble with.
I’ll be sure to link out to each suite listed below so that you can easily compare your options.
Cheap Suites on The Strip
Luxury Suites at Excalibur: Luxury Suites at Excalibur are found both in the hotel’s Resort and Royal Towers and while they differ from each other slightly, they both represent a strong value proposition.
Luxury Suites offer 682 square feet of space, with a separate bedroom and living area. Prices during off-peak times are commonly under $150 per night.
Spa Suite at NYNY: Although small by suite standards at a mere 500 square feet, the Spa Suite at NYNY makes up for its lack of size with a massive clover-shaped spa tub next to the bed.
If something with a 2-person tub is appealing, this one could be for you.
Best yet, this specific suite has received some much-needed renovation work, giving it a more modern vibe while maintaining affordable rates of around $150 – $200 per night range mid-week.
Pyramid Corner Suites at Luxor: One of the more unique suites on the list, Luxor’s Corner Suite comes with a massive bathtub in the bedroom and inclined outer walls.
The rooms themselves are a tad rough around the edges, but that just means guests can snag this suite on the cheap.
Complete with 850 square feet, and a living area that is separated from the bedroom, Luxor’s Pyramid Corner Suites can be had for around $150 or less per night during non-peak times.
I recently reviewed the Pyramid Premier Corner Suite at Luxor – Take a look inside!
Nighthawk Suite at Park MGM: Fresh off a remodel that marked Park MGMs metamorphosis from its former identity as Monte Carlo, Park MGM’s Nighthawk suite represents a strong value.
Unique room elements include 700 square feet, a walk-in closet, and a wet bar. Mid-week and non-peak pricing for this room can commonly be found for under $200 making it an affordable, yet modern, suite option.
City Corner Suite at Vdara: If you don’t mind the absence of a casino in the base of your hotel tower (don’t worry, Aria’s is steps away), check out Vdara for a high-quality suite at a competitive price point.
Specifically, Vdara’s City Corner Suite offers 811 square feet of space, a kitchenette, a separate bedroom/living space, and a truly modern feel.
Prices during off-peak times and mid-week can frequently be found in the $200 range making this option a strong value for what you get.
This is easily one of the nicest suites mentioned in this article.
King Suite at Delano: Delano offers an upscale experience, commonly at an attractive price point. This is due to the hotel’s somewhat remote location at the south end of the Strip alongside Mandalay Bay.
The King Suite at Delano is a 1-bedroom option that has a separate living area, 2 bathrooms, and boasts an upscale vibe when compared to other options on this rundown.
This suite is commonly priced at or below $200 per night, with prices dipping as low as $109 per night mid-week.
Personally, I enjoyed the relative quiet of Delano’s location when I recently stayed at and reviewed a Stay Well King Suite. While Delano is far from being in the “center of the action”, you’re only a $10-$15 Uber/Lyft away from mid-Strip resorts.
Resort Studio Suite at Horseshoe: Horseshoe’s suites pop with signature red decor and dazzle with views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Horseshoe’s Resort Studio Suite comes in 1 king or 2 queens, provides 590 square feet of space, and offers a small living area.
A rarity in Vegas, this inexpensive suite also offers a coffee maker and fridge. Rates for this suite can often be found for under $200 per night.
King Suite at LINQ: If staying at LINQ, upgrading to something with a bit more space is a good idea as their standard guestrooms are relatively small.
LINQ’s King Suite offers 690 square feet of space, complete with a living area that has a sectional couch.
A unique feature, LINQ’s rooms also offer a selection of board games in your suite. Rates for this suite are commonly below $150 per night during off-peak times.
Flamingo Go Mini and Junior Suites: Flamingo’s 550-square-foot Go Mini-Suite and the Junior Suite are fashionable spacious and fashionable, albeit basic.
Both options offer a living area that could come in handy if entertaining a small group. Pricing can commonly be found for under $150 per night during non-peak times.
Flamingo Premium Room: I recently stayed at and reviewed the Premium Room at Flamingo which comes equipped with 550 square feet of space, 2 TVs, a mini-fridge, and a small living area with a couch and 3 total chairs.
Given the resort’s location, Flamingo’s Premium Room could be the perfect suite for pre-gaming with a small group before hitting the Strip.
Valley Executive Suite at Harrah’s: Also fresh off a recent renovation, Harrah’s Valley Executive Suite offers 680 square feet of space to stretch out, a full wet bar, and a separate living area.
In the bathroom, you’ll find a sizable soaking tub and trendy decor. This suite can commonly be booked for under $200 per night during non-peak times.
Forum Petite Suite at Caesars Palace: Although not one of the cheapest suites in Vegas, Caesars Palace’s Forum Petite Suite is a solid option from a value perspective.
Offering 800 square feet of space, a living area with a large sectional couch, and your choice of 1 king or 2 queens, it can frequently be had at around $250 per night during non-peak times.
TI Tower Suite: Within the Tower Suite’s 930 square feet of space is a combined living area and bedroom, a work desk, and 2 separate bathrooms with marble features.
During non-peak times, TI’s Tower Suite is pretty inexpensive too, commonly at rates below $200.
STRAT’s Classic Grand Suite: The cheapest suite at STRAT is their Classic Grand, which can frequently be reserved for less than $100 per night. Inside the 1 bedroom suite, you’ll find 1,000+ square feet of space, a dining area, and a separate living area.
Additionally, there are a number of other inexpensive suite types at STRAT that could be an option. Although the resort’s main drawback is its location, there is a lot of value to be had if you don’t mind the inconvenience.
Sahara’s Blanca Junior Suite: Commonly available for around $150 per night, Sahara’s Blanca Junior Suite is small, weighing in at a mere 440 square feet, however, the suite does offer a separate living area, mini fridge for storage, and a 55 inch TV.
Cheap Suites on Fremont Street
While suites downtown Las Vegas may lack the polish in most cases that their peers on the Strip possess, many are a lot less expensive as a result. Here are some notable options.
One Bedroom Suite at Plaza: Anchoring the Fremont Street Experience, Plaza’s One Bedroom Suite offers a separate bedroom and living area and 650 square feet of total space. There are also two bathrooms and even a coffee maker.
Best yet, it can be had for around $100 – $150 per night during non-peak times.
Suites at Golden Gate: Tucked on the back half of the resort, suites at Golden Gate are relatively quiet compared to other rooms at the resort.
Complete with fresh decor elements, a large sectional couch, and a Keurig Coffee machine, this suite can be had for prices as low as $100 per night.
One Bedroom King Suite at Downtown Grand: Located in the brand new Gallery Tower, Downtown Grand’s King Suite not only has modern decor and amenities, but it’s among the quietest hotel rooms in downtown Las Vegas.
The room itself is 500 square feet and has a separate sitting area. Just steps away from resorts on the Fremont Street Experience, this room can oftentimes be had for as little as $100 mid-week.
Rush Tower Corner Suite at Golden Nugget: Among the nicer suite options downtown, yet still inexpensive, Golden Nugget’s Corner Suite offers 611 square feet of space, a combined living/sleeping area, and 2 separate TVs.
During non-peak times, it’s commonly priced under $200 per night. While not the least expensive option on Fremont Street, the quality for the price is strong.
Cabana Suites at El Cortez: Uniquely, El Cortez’s Cabana Suites are located in a separate building behind the resort across Ogden Avenue meaning the rooms are sheltered from noise pollution and extremely quiet.
The distinctively green accommodations are commonly offered well under $100 per night.
Related: El Cortez Cabana Super Suite review.
Cheap Suites in Las Vegas Away From the Strip
Rio’s All Suite Hotel: Located just off the Strip, Rio offers a selection of suites that are considerably less expensive than those found on the Strip due to the resort’s location and condition of the property.
While Rio is still a serviceable resort, it’s certainly fair to describe it as being slightly dated which presents a good value opportunity for those that don’t mind.
Suites at Rio can commonly be had for under $100.
Parlor Suite at Palace Station: The Parlor Suite at Palace Station is recently renovated and offers 675 square feet of space, a wet bar, and a sitting area with modern furnishings including a sectional sofa.
Off-peak rates are commonly under $150 per night.
As it turns out, there is an abundance of affordable suites in Las Vegas. They may not all be the most polished or the most luxurious, but if more space is what you desire, these could be a good option!
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.