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Nikki's Picks: This Weekends Top Hotels October 25th-27th

Best Hotels in Las Vegas July 2019

This is the weekend RIGHT before Halloween, so the excitement in the city is high! We have so much going on, that it is the perfect time for a weekend trip to Vegas. Want to know everything that is going on as we draw near to Halloween? Read my post on Halloween Week here.

This weekend, I'm focusing on the hotels that I think are going to be a great time for a pre-Halloween bash. Photo-ops in your costumes, best drink specials, events, the works. Make sure you book your hotel room with my hotel team by getting your room rates from our booking page. We keep rates up to 30% off what you can find anywhere else, and personalize your service! My team is available 24 hours a day for any issues, comments, questions or concerns. And, once you book with me, I'll be available to help you plan out the rest of your trip free of charge. Send me an email right now to get started.

Here are my Top Hotels in Vegas for October 25th-27th:

TREASURE ISLAND


If you are having a Pirate style Halloween, there will be nowhere better for you than Treasure Island! All around the resort, there are AMAZING pirate-themed photo ops to include the larger than life ship out front that is just waiting for you to take your most epic Halloween photos here! Gather your bounty, your booze and get over to T.I. this weekend. Spending the weekend here will cost you upwards of $550. Double bonus, even if you do not choose to stay here, they offer free parking for their customers.

LUXOR

If you've got an Egyptian theme planned out for your costume, you can't stay anywhere else! Stroll through the halls with hieroglyphics and statues of pharos, and DO NOT miss an epic photo op with the Sphynx right where the monorail/train picks up. This place is a gem regardless of your costume choice and is always one of my MUST see stops. I prefer a corner suite here, that will cost around $700 for the weekend.  

EXCALIBUR 

Feeling a little Royal this Halloween? Kings and Queens of all suits are welcome at the Excalibur all year long. I love this place because they went IN on this whole castle situation and I love it. My all-time favorite thing here is the Tournament of Kings dinner show. It is one of the most exciting things I have EVER been to in the city. If your crew is coming as a Royal Court, you should most definitely take some time to get some dope pictures with the castle. A standard room for the weekend will run around $430. 

THE LINQ

While it's fun to stay in a hotel that fits your Halloween vibe, it's also nice to just stay somewhere mad convenient. For that, I'm choosing the Linq. It located pretty nicely in the middle of the strip so you can wander off in either direction and find loads of amazing things. It has the Linq Promenade full of restaurants, shops, bars and entertainment that will leave you busy your whole trip and is usually pretty decently priced. The HighRoller is on one end of the promenade, then you can ride a ZIP LINE from the other. It's pretty exciting just in this one spot! The weekend here will cost about $440 for a standard (but very comfy) room.

Those are my choices for this weekend along with what my team has available for rates as of RIGHT NOW! If you are looking to book here, or anywhere else in Las Vegas or various cities around the globe check out my Hotels page right now to get started. 

Are you coming to Vegas this Halloween? Tag me in your Vacation Photos! You can find me on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat @NikkiOnVegas. I'd love to see how you spent your time in Vegas and share your posts.

Leave me a comment and let me know where you would love to stay this weekend.

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