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Las Vegas Strip Hotel Map: A unique map of main hotels on the Vegas Strip

See the hotels on the Vegas strip from a brand new perspective

Just glance at a Las Vegas strip map and you will immediately see what is so unique and special about Las Vegas. It is literally jam-packed with gigantic multi-million dollar resorts where you can get four star accommodations, often at extremely affordable rates.

Map of Hotels on the Vegas Strip

 

Our Las Vegas strip hotel map is interactive. You can CLICK ON any hotel bubble to see pictures, read reviews, and check rates on Vegas.com

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With so much competition for the attention (and dollars) of tourists in their restaurants and casinos, the hotels on the Las Vegas strip have little choice but to keep their rates as low as possible.

And this is where savvy travelers can take advantage of these insane Vegas deals and actually have a luxury Vegas vacation without feeling ripped off. But while this presents a great opportunity, the problem is that there are just too many hotels on the Las Vegas strip to choose from!

If you are new to Vegas, it can be hard to figure out which Vegas strip resort would best fit your needs, and how to get around the Vegas strip easily. This is where insider advice and a good user-friendly map of Vegas hotels on the strip can really help make a difference.

We invite you to check out our custom Las Vegas with kids articles to help you save money and make the best of your family trip to Las Vegas. If you have any questions at all, hit me up on social media and I will answer any question you throw at me!

​Bonus Tip – for those seeking a hotel off the strip – check out The Westgate Resort & Casino. They are a 4-star Las Vegas hotel with a variety of rooms and many budget-friendly options for families to choose from.

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I am a busy mama with 3 delicious babies and a serious itch for travel and writing (when I am not bartending, that is)! After graduating from Cal State San Marcos with a B.A. in Communications, I decided to start a family and pursue a career in freelance writing. I created HotMamaTravel as an outlet to do what I love while sharing useful travel tips and inspiration with others. Our mission is to show parents how to master travel with kids, while keeping your Saturday-night selves. We call it "Family travel...with a twist".

4 Comments

  1. wondering if you know which hotels have pools open in mid-late February?
    Thanks!

    • Hi Katie, This is a very good question! I went in January last year and it was absolutely freezing, so I would suspect you would not want to use an outdoor pool during mid February where the average high is 63 degrees F. That being said, I think Bellagio has a small heated pool and Tropicana used to have an indoor pool but I don’t think so anymore. Many other casino resorts have pools closed in February.

      • ok thanks.. we’d likely be fine (from NH where the lakes/ocean is never what you’d call warm) . My daughter really wants to stay at Paris so I’ll have to contact them. I think I did read Mirage pool and maybe Venetian is open too.

        • My daughter (9) loves staying at the Paris Hotel! They have a great buffet with all you can eat crepes (savory or sweet)! Our favorite family pool is always the Mirage, so if it is open during mid Feb, it is always a great choice. Have fun on your trip 🙂 ~Amanda

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