Super Bowl in Las Vegas – 5 Resorts on or Near the Strip with Rates Under $100

The big game is only three weeks away and hotel rates for February 3rd (Super Bowl Sunday) at Las Vegas Resorts are going up – and in some cases, there are strip or near-the-strip properties that are already sold out.

There are viewing parties all around town and sports books will be jumping so you really can’t go wrong with any choice you make to watch the game. Whether you stay on the strip, off-strip, or downtown, Vegas is full of exciting places to watch and wager on the Super Bowl.

Here is a list of 5 “Strip-Friendly”Las Vegas resorts with rooms available for under $100 on Super Bowl Sunday (rates are confirmed as of Noon Pacific Time 1/9/13).

The Palms

Hotel Room-$79/Sunday: The Palms has fallen off of the radar a bit but the resort has been making some nice changes lately. For $79/Sunday, The Palms is solid if you don’t mind staying off-strip. The Palms  hosts a “Kingpin” Super Bowl party in one of their decked out suites – cost is $60. A cheaper viewing alternative is to head across the street to The Gold Coast where the game is shown in their ballroom for free.


Hotel Room – $49/Sunday : Great rate for the budget conscious that want a strip location. Dick’s Last Resort located in The Excalibur should be lively for the game. The Excalibur has a $25 Resort fee so tack that on to the price.


Hotel Room – $70/Sunday: There is a convenient walkway from Luxor to Mandalay Bay, which has a nice sized sports book. If you choose to stay at the Luxor, their sports book is non-smoking. A $25 Resort fee is also charged at The Luxor.

Monte Carlo

Hotel Room- $75/Sunday: The Brew Pub has multiple HD screens and a large selection of draft beers so this place is good as any to catch the game. The food is, well, sports bar food. Monte Carlo has a nice sports book if you prefer to watch the game there. City Center is close by with multiple options to watch the game (Cosmopolitan had a viewing party last year with a $50 cover for food and drink). As with the previous three MGM/Mirage Resorts, Monte Carlo charge a $25 Resort Fee.


Hotel Room – $90/Sunday: The furthest from the strip of the 5 resorts listed here, The LVH has what is arguably the best set up for watching football in all of Las Vegas. The LVH will have their theater and ballroom open on Super Bowl Sunday – to go along with their massive sized sports book. Even with seating for thousands, arrive early as The LVH will be a popular spot on Super Bowl Sunday.

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