Las Vegas Grand Reopening Hotel Rates

Update: On May 26, we ran a new article on rates for the June 4 Las Vegas grand reopening. You will find it here

Las Vegas is set to reopen on May 1. That is the first date non-essential businesses are permitted, though Governor Sisolak may extend the closure order. I predict the date ends up May 21.

Most Las Vegas casinos are accepting reservations effective May 1. This helps gauge demand so that the correct staff and procedures may be used to maximize potential revenues while still offering guests a good experience.

While the date may get kicked down the road again, the rates figure to be about the same whenever resorts can greet guests again.

The rates below are for weekdays/weekends for a base room. The weekday rate is for Monday, May 4, 2020. The weekend rate is for Friday, May 1, 2020. The other weekdays mostly followed Monday’s rate. The Saturday night was typically equal to the Friday. The resorts owned by Caesars Entertainment have the same rate for the weekday and weekends during the first half of May.

It is possible that guests may book a room at a hotel that does not open when allowed while others within the same company do. If this occurs, these guests will be rebooked at a comparable property. I went over this scenario in my article about what I think a Las Vegas reopening looks like.

The rates do not include resort fees, which run from about $25 to $45 per night, or any taxes. The rates were taken from each resort’s website. Loyal casino players should be able to receive free rooms during this time. Make sure to check your offers or call your host. 

All hotels on the Strip and downtown are accepting reservations effective May 1 except Binion’s and Tropicana, which are not accepting reservations of any kind now.

Las Vegas Strip Reopening Hotel Rates

  • Aria: $119/$159
  • Bally’s: $45/$45
  • Bellagio: $149/$179
  • Caesars Palace: $99/$99
  • Circus Circus: $16/$42
  • Cosmopolitan: $120/$280
  • Excalibur: $22/$49
  • Flamingo: $45/$45
  • Harrah’s $53/$53
  • Linq: $35/$35
  • Luxor: $32/$59
  • Mandalay Bay: $65/$99
  • MGM Grand: $59/$89
  • Mirage: $65/$99
  • New York-New York: $49/$69
  • Nobu: $129/$129
  • Paris Las Vegas: $75/$75
  • Park MGM: $59/$99
  • Planet Hollywood: $75/$75
  • Sahara: $46/$67
  • Strat: $24/$49
  • Treasure Island: $49/$63
  • Venetian/Palazzo: $119/$172
  • Wynn/Encore: $199/$259

One thought from these prices is that some luxury resorts are priced much higher than others. These resorts may not want to attract guests that do not meet a typical spend on the property or take away from the experience of other guests. Having a very low price now may hurt future bookings when rates inevitably rise due to increased demand in the future.

It seems certain that Las Vegas Strip resorts will not open all amenities when the hotels and casinos relaunch. You should make sure the reasons you are visiting Las Vegas exist when booking. Flights, especially out of the region, may be unreliable. However, hotels have a free cancellation policy. Make sure to read it before booking. 

Downtown Las Vegas

  • California: $41/$155
  • Downtown Grand: $30/$80
  • El Cortez: $23/$45
  • Four Queens: $49/$99 (no resort fee)
  • Fremont: $32/$132
  • Golden Gate: $34/$108
  • Golden Nugget: $49/$79
  • Main Street Station: $41/$122
  • Plaza: $40/$155
  • The D: $40/$79


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