The Trump hotel, a prestigious five-star luxury hotel with its white top and glistening gold facade, offers value for money that you simply wouldn’t find anywhere else in the world.
(PRWEB) May 17, 2011
One of the most expensive parts of booking a holiday to the United States (or anywhere in the world, for that matter) is the accommodation. A seven night stay in a two star hotel in New York, for example, could cost anywhere from $700 to $1000 per person. If you start looking at the upper end of the market, then you can easily double and triple that price. That’s a lot of money for the average holidaymaker.
A typical hotel located in New York makes the large majority of their revenue and profit by selling rooms. If they can’t fill their rooms, they’re in big trouble. And this is true for nearly every destination you can possibly imagine … except one -- Las Vegas.
For the holidaymaker that’s trying to do things on a budget, Las Vegas is a dream come true. There are a multitude of reasons as to why staying in even the most ridiculously exuberant hotel in Las Vegas will set you back less than a mediocre hotel anywhere else.
Firstly, hotels in Las Vegas can treat room reservations as a loss leader to get people through the doors and into their casino. The average holidaymaker spends $651.94 in the casinos – a significant portion of which will be profitable for the hotel. The lower the room rates, the more volume they attract and the more is spent in the casinos.
Secondly, Las Vegas is a tourist destination with one key focal point – the Strip. With over 40 major hotels (over 125,000 rooms) within the space of a couple of kilometres all competing for tourism business, room rates have to be very competitive to attract holidaymakers.
What’s more, Las Vegas has a unique culture of extravagance – tourists come to Las Vegas to experience something new and be blown away. The rich hotel chains don’t disappoint – offering some of the biggest and most luxurious rooms to be found anywhere in the world, and at heavily discounted prices.
The Trump hotel, a prestigious five-star luxury hotel with its white top and glistening gold facade, offers value for money that you simply wouldn’t find anywhere else in the world. A 7 night stay in this luxurious hotel in October of this year costs only $385 per person – that’s five-star luxury, Vegas style at a little over half the price of staying at a two-star hotel in New York over the same week.
When it comes to accommodation in Las Vegas – money travels further and experiences exceed expectations. Now it’s possible to save money, and still have a magnificent holiday of a lifetime!
All prices quoted are true at the time of writing and are available from lowcostUSA.co.uk – the Vegas holidays specialist.