- On the Strip, only Flamingo and LINQ currently offer accommodations with bunk beds.
- Away from the Strip, your options are limited to Westgate and Circa.
A fun novelty, bunk beds in Las Vegas are catching on in popularity, and it kind of makes sense.
With that in mind, I wanted to put together a rundown of hotel room options for those seeking bunk beds.
I recommend booking this room type early as options are scarce and typically get booked up well in advance.
Bunk Beds on The Strip
Flamingo Bunk Bed Suites
Flamingo’s Bunk Bed Rooms & Suites each have two sets of bunk beds that are comprised of a queen at the floor level, and a full lofted above it.
Sleeping 5-6 people shouldn’t be an issue.
The 14 standard Bunk Bed Rooms at Flamingo offer 515 square feet of space, while the resort’s Bunk Bed Suites come equipped with 952. The larger suite puts that extra square footage to use by offering a kitchen and a living area.
LINQ Bunk Bed Rooms
LINQ’s bunk bed rooms weigh in at a mere 300 square feet, which is significantly smaller than their counterparts at Flamingo.
Each room comes equipped with 2 queen beds down below, but only one twin-sized bunk bed lofted overhead.
Essentially, this is a standard guestroom, with an additional twin bed available for use.
I recently stayed in this room and found it to be a little beat up, albeit functional, and a solid value if you need the extra twin.
Bunk Beds in Downtown Las Vegas
Circa Bunk Pads and Suites
As the newest casino on Fremont Street, Circa offers a differentiated experience when compared to nearby resorts, breathing a breath of fresh air into downtown Las Vegas.
In addition to boasting a rooftop amphitheater pool deck, a 2-level casino, and the largest sportsbook in Vegas, Circa also has several bunk bed rooms available for guests.
Options at Circa include a standard “Bunk Pad” room, and also a “Bunk Suite” which provides more living space, all 4 beds are twins, so a crew of 4 is likely the most you’ll be able to comfortably fit.
Other Notable Bunk Bed Suites in Vegas
Family Suite at Westgate
Although located away from the action, Westgate is conveniently connected to Strip resorts by the Monorail.
Their Family Suite boasts 700 square feet of space and sleeps up to eight people. One of the beds offered is a bunk bed with stacked double-sized beds and an additional pull-out double (meaning the bunk bed can sleep up to 6 total).
There is also a king bed in the suite in addition to the bunk bed.
A unique touch, the Family Suite also comes equipped with bean bag chairs and an arcade-style video game console loaded with games like Pac-Man and Galaga.
While bunk beds are a great way to sleep a larger party, they also present unique challenges.
Space can be a concern when you have 6 adults milling about, and gaining access to the bathroom can be a fierce competition.
For families and groups that are able to look beyond space constraints though, a room with bunk beds can be a differentiated way to enjoy Vegas.
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Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.