What Matters Your money will go further at Las Vegas hotels than it will in other trade show cities. In Las Vegas, $150 will get you a very nice room at almost any time of the year. In other trade show cities, a comparable room would be twice that price. This is good news for all exhibitors and attendees on any budget. If you want to splurge, you will be pleased with what $500 per night can provide. If you’re on a smaller budget, $50-$75 per night can also offer plenty of fun. We recommend staying with a hotel casino property. They offer more value for your money, as there is a tradition of low cost rooms at casinos to attract your gambling dollars. Tip: Be on the lookout for hotels charging resort fees. Most Strip hotels have implemented this charge and it means that your $35 room is really $65 per night when the $30 per day resort fee is tacked on. Google “Resort Fees Las Vegas” to find the most up-to-date information on your property’s fees prior to making a reservation. Budget Minded Accommodations: Depending on which trade show venue your show is held in, we have suggestions for each. If your trade show is held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, then any hotel / casino on the strip that’s offering the best rates will be a good choice. Staying slightly off of the strip at properties like the Orleans, or slightly older properties like the Tropicana, compete on price to fill up their rooms. For huge shows, all the strip hotels will fill up quickly. So you if you’re on a tight budget, look a little further to one of the outlying Stations Casinos like Red Rock or Green Valley Ranch for lower rates than the strip properties. Impressive Accommodations: Las Vegas developers are always looking to outdo the last big destination resort. The Cosmopolitan, Aria and Wynn would top our list of most impressive accommodations, but there are many more. The Bellagio or the historical Golden Nugget on Fremont Street were top contenders of their time.