There is no way to get around the sleep issue in Las Vegas. Sure, you can sleep in your car but aside from that being illegal you most likely would develop an odor problem that would not go over well at the clubs. So, find the right hotel for your Spring Break in Las Vegas. If money is an issue, remember, you can always split the cost between a few friends and sharing two double beds is not that much of an inconvenience if you're having fun. You live in a dorm, right? You have seen and experienced worse.
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Aria Las Vegas For Your Spring Break Bash
The cabanas are nice, the water is warm and the sun turns you a golden tan while you sip a drink. Las Vegas is all about taking your fun to the next level and a day of relaxation by the pool at Aria Las Vegas is just what your Spring Break needs. Cheap food options include pizza at Five50 Pizza.
Spring Break at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas
The pool was designed for the large party atmosphere of spring break. The room rates are very reasonable even on weekends and the location is right in the heart of the south strip action. Cheap food surrounds you at the MGM Grand, New York/New York and the Excalibur.
So you have a little more money and a few of you will split the room. Spring Break at the MGM Grand will most likely be your destination. A couple of clubs, a couple of lounges and a lot of bars means that your spring break will be a little fuzzy. Spend the daylight hours at the pool at the MGM Grand and the evening Hakkasan. The food options are immense and you can still cut a few corners with the fast food at the food court.
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The financial aid checks rolled in and money is no object? Mandalay Bay Hotel is your choice for spring break in Las Vegas. It's simple, the pool is worth the extra cash alone and with the club atmosphere that can engulf the beach you might forget you are in Las Vegas. The shallow end of the pool is like most nightclubs as everyone seems to be on the prowl. At spring break the action gets stepped up a notch and the bar on fun is raised.
You have some money but you want to make sure you make it stretch. The Flamingo is your choice for the simple reason that its center strip location will save you on cab fare and the options for cheap food surround you. The pool is large enough to sustain a very good party atmosphere and plenty of other spring breakers will be camped out on the plastic chairs. Hit Margaritaville for a cheap party atmosphere and Carlos 'n Charlie's will give you a taste of what it would have been like if yo had decided on Cabo instead.
The Carnaval Court outside is where the fun starts everyday. Live music, flashy bartenders and people who want to have a good time. This is the spring break budget party that will make your vacation. Dancing, drinking and socializing at Harrah's at Spring break is cheap and lacks the pretense of the Las Vegas nightclubs.
Encore Beach Club at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
If you have the cash you might as well do Spring Break right! Encore Las Vegas is very nice and Encore Beach club is just a posh. You need a lot of money to have a great time but the scene is out of this world and the crowds are worth the splurge.