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5 Worst Cheap Hotels on the Las Vegas Strip

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The top 5 worst cheap hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. Thinking of booking a cheap hotel in Las Vegas? You might want to reconsider if it’s one of these hotels! Las Vegas has some amazing luxury hotels, and then it is also some really really awful hotels. Based on tripadvisor rankings, I walk through the five worst cheap hotels on the strip.

5. Excalibur Hotel:
$27/night
3.5 Stars with 3,588 Reviews

The Excalibur is big and soulless. The problems are with the size of the hotel, its a giant over 4500 rooms, many rooms have awful views in to the depressing courtyard. Long check-in lines… often waits of 45 minutes The whole hotel has a musty/smoky smell, that you don’t get in other Las Vegas Strip hotels.

4. Hooters Hotel
$28/night
3 Stars with 3,646 Reviews

The Hooters hotel is very dated. Looks like it hasn’t been kept up since it was built. They could at least do better with cleaning with a facility this run down. It was slightly better than a Motel 6. Starting Advertised room price of $36 become almost $60 at booking checkout the to additional $27 per night as resort fee. This hotel is in desperate need of renovation. The only glimmer of hope was the food and the hospitality staff inside of the Hooters restaurant.

3. Travel Lodge Center Strip
$67 / night
3 stars with 1,079 Reviews

If you’re interested in a location in the heart of Las Vegas: this is perfect. If you care about feeling safe, clean room and nice surroundings: the don’t stay at the Travel Lodge Las Vegas Center Strip. The windows looked like someone had try to pry them open in the past. I did not feel safe in this hotel. The corners of the hotel inner courtyard were used as urinals by pedestrians of the strip crossing the hotel entrance.

2. Travel Lodge Las Vegas
$37 / night
3 Stars with 537 Reviews

The Travel Lodge Las Vegas hotel has a good location right next to the Circus Circus hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. However, it has nothing else. You get what you pay for so don’t be expecting much. The outside stairs coming from downstairs to the second floor smelled like human urine.

1. Circus Circus Manor Motor Lodge
$19.80 / night
2.5 Stars with 295 Reviews

Located in the back of the Circus Circus hotel, the Circus Circus manor rooms are extremely old and run down. The place is filthy , the carpet is disgusting . The windows on the doors are dirty filthy. The wallpaper in the halls is peeling off and looks nasty. A step above a homeless shelter. Entire hotel has a wet smell to it.

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Comments

Yellow Productions says:

Have you stayed at some awful Las Vegas strip hotels? Maybe one of these? Or did I miss another awful cheap hotel that should've been in this list?

The Fozzy Bear says:

Mandalay Bay must a nightmare for some.

Kevin Hewitt says:

Tropicana was my worst. Pubes on the ceiling. Management didn't care. Security staff required to enter my room every time. Locks didn't work. Again, management didn't care. I was there for work and didn't have a choice.

Toto3 says:

Worst tried best western inn, right next to hooters that place should be torn down.

Mr.Sunshine says:

$150 For 5 days, 4 nights at Circus Circus in the West Tower.

My overall review is that it got the job done. Towels were scratchy, bed was okay, cleaned daily, and not too far from the other casinos on the strip. Expect to walk for at least 30 minutes to get to Caesar's palace.

I'd aim for Harrahs or something in that area. The MGM has lots of shady people there, wouldn't recommend even going in.

R Huckabee says:

Seriously, this entire eval is wrong. Every hotel has a resort fee. Its in addition to the tax and rate. You must not be familiar with Vegas or you wouldn't have made it seem like only cheap hotels have it. In fact it's the opposite. Hooters is the best value on the strip. Its clean, nice pool, great location, rooms are in fair and not dated shape. The casino is busy and clean. The reality of your video is the exact opposite. The Excalibur is one of the most popular and busiest on the strip. Please do the research yourself and not a random person on the internet.

R Huckabee says:

Seriously, this entire eval is wrong. Every hotel has a resort fee. Its in addition to the tax and rate. You must not be familiar with Vegas or you wouldn't have made it seem like only cheap hotels have it. In fact it's the opposite. Hooters is the best value on the strip. Its clean, nice pool, great location, rooms are in fair and not dated shape. The casino is busy and clean. The reality of your video is the exact opposite. The Excalibur is one of the most popular and busiest on the strip. Please do the research yourself and not a random person on the internet.

Pexport llc says:

YOU GET WHAT U PAY FOR

Guided Meditation says:

Its all relative. An fairness the prices reflect their prestige. For many people who visit vegas these Hotels are nicer and cleaner than their homes and apartments back home. They are a step up. Personally my favorite hotel in Vegas is the Mirage but I have enjoyed the NYNY surprisingly.

Rakesh Sharma says:

Why do rate hotels your not qualified. Don't have high expectations on reasonable priced hotels

Alan Hamilton says:

You must be nuts to even be anywhere near these dumps. When I stay in Vegas, I always hook up with some showgirls, stay at their places for free. Also cook breakfasts and give massages to the dancers and showgirls. Maybe I should start making these videos.
Agent 86 out

Alan Hamilton says:

You must be nuts to even be anywhere near these dumps. When I stay in Vegas, I always hook up with some showgirls, stay at their places for free. Also cook breakfasts and give massages to the dancers and showgirls. Maybe I should start making these videos.
Agent 86 out

rusty nuts says:

The Mandalay?

John smith says:

LOL, $19 per night? OMG… What did you expect for $19 per night.

Bob A Booey says:

If you can get out of your car and walking straight into your room, its not a hotel.

Rex Pepper says:

i love excalibur!

Dreaded88 says:

@Yellow Productions:
You left out Stratoshpere, Palace Station, Boulder Station, and any one of the Siegel Suites! Bedbug City, baby! YEEECH!

Basic_Assumption says:

Maybe add Mandalay Bay to the list.

Davey Givens says:

It's amazing to me that a lil' stinky Travelodge can co-exist with those multi-billion dollar towers. They must have a lock on that real estate. Wouldn't it be worth a zillion times more to sell than take in $89 a night per room?

Darryl Gore says:

As you said earlier, you get what you pay for.

TX Beachbum says:

Interesting video….. I would say for $ 20 – $40 a night the overall conditions weren't that bad (if it was just a gambling/party trip). You would probably only be in your room a few hours to sleep and shower so it's no big deal. Been in $100 a night or more hotels that have way less to offer.

MarcusCism says:

Good to see that crossover is open again. Hooters is on Tropicana.

Phillip Johnson says:

Stayed at Circus Circus and found that i was in those manor rooms. I walked into the room and back to the lobby. Upgraded to the tower. The tower is ok but really just avoid this dump.

THX-0381 says:

You need the real experts to investigate these hotels, Dan Bell and crew.

Trev Mac says:

these places are paradise compared to the place i live in at home,my place is so poor when burglers break into our building complex "They leave money"

Stan McSerr says:

$19 dollars a night? I remember it being about that in the 70s. Same Circus Circus rooms. I guess much, much older and in worse shape.

williv says:

"I paid $27 and my room was bad!!!" Ummm….duh.

rmx01indiana says:

Excalibur does NOT belong on this list. I've stayed there a couple times, week long stays. It's been the best air conditioning I've stayed in there. Clean rooms, had a nice view of New York New York and most of the city. Everything worked. Decent food court, indoor walkway over to Luxor, big casino floor, and I really don't mind the castle/Camelot theme. It beats the wannabe-swanky, stale, "updates" such as SLS or Cromwell. Just no atmosphere in those places. I will say he is correct about Circus Circus, its so bad that they should be embarrassed. Poor location for them as well. I don't know how they stay in business

Mo Chubby says:

One of the worst hotel I've ever stayed at was the La Concha motel. You know a hotel is bad when there are cockroaches on the walls and evidence of the door jamb being broken from the door being kicked open. I remember the La Concha motel being next to the Riviera. Both places aren't even standing anymore.

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