Finding a Deal at the New SLS Las Vegas Hotel



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The Las Vegas just got a new resident as the SLS Las Vegas has opened for business on the North End of the strip. Taking over the property where the iconic Sahara Hotel and Casino once stood the SLS Las Vegas has re-imagined the Las Vegas casino with a look that is part industrial, part modern-design and a bit Las Vegas casino fashion.

Step inside the new casino and the high ceiling quickly reminds you that this is not the Vegas you are accustomed to. Walk around the quaint casino and you’ll be exposed to a lot more features that are not your typical Las Vegas norm. Restaurants and bars spill out onto Las Vegas Boulevard and most of the eating establishments have a great view of the casino from their dining rooms. Even the two nightclub venues have an outdoor component with the pools of the property playing a prominent role in the nightlife attractions.



Off The Strip Deals


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The Vegas Strip is where all the famous resorts are — but what happens off the Strip? Is the rest of the city just for locals? Not at all, there are many unique destinations all around the valley, and great deals to be found if you’re willing to explore. An inexpensive Las Vegas vacation can easily take you into the neighborhoods and surrounding areas off the strip.

Finding Value Off The Las Vegas Strip

Imperial Health & Spa: Not far off Strip lies this semi-hidden surprisingly large spa facility that also offers a variety of specialized treatments. For the standard facility fee (around $20, but even cheaper deals can be found), you’ll get access to separate male and female areas with showers, hot and cold plunges, aromatic steam rooms and saunas, as well as common areas (uniforms and sandals are provided) with clay ball pits, infrared saunas, cold rooms, and relaxation areas. Service is friendly but not at all obtrusive. Consider combining with a trip to the legendary Lotus of Siam restaurant across the street. 1070 E. Sahara Ave.(702) 382-9700

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Food Courts in Vegas


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Finding cheap food on the Strip can seem like the most challenging part of a Vegas vacation. But it isn’t impossible. If you’re trying to manage your budget and sneak in a quick bite in place of a full breakfast, lunch or anytime meal, consider exploring the food courts found at many of the biggest Vegas resorts. Most are open late (some counters even stay open 24/7). Here are some of the best:

Grand Canal Shoppes, Venetian: Just adjacent to the Venetian’s self-parking and above the casino floor (where there is another smaller food court), this offers ample seating and a great variety of quick dining including deli sandwiches, Nathan’s hot dogs, two different classic American burger stands, Panda Express Chinese, as well as Japanese, Italian and another counter devoted to everyone’s favorite crustacean, Lobster ME.