Best (cheapest) hotels near Red Rock Conservation Area


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Laronicus Lehmanold · · Salt Lake, UT · Joined Feb 2014 · Points: 295

What are the names of hotels you recommend that are $70 and less per night? (: Thank you!

Forever Outside · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined Feb 2017 · Points: 160

The Stratosphere?

NeilB · · Tehachapi, CA · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 45

airbnb

C Brooks · · Fresno, CA · Joined Feb 2015 · Points: 546

Walmart parking lot?

Laronicus Lehmanold · · Salt Lake, UT · Joined Feb 2014 · Points: 295
NeilB wrote:

airbnb

Any links? Thanks man!

dave custer · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2010 · Points: 790

hotels.com

Palace Station is often least expensive; just a bed, a shower, and an alarm clock; not particularly to be recommended; not particularly close to the crags.

Sometimes Suncoast has inexpensive rooms; is closer; is nicer.

The hotel fees are not included in internet room quotes and are comparable to the inexpensive room cost. Consider the room fee when comparing to airbnb prices.

Jesse Jakomait · · Colorado Springs, CO · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 0

Stayed here last week, it was awesome

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/12235112

BigB · · Red Rock, NV · Joined Feb 2015 · Points: 340
Andy Novak · · Golden, Co · Joined Aug 2007 · Points: 305

I've stayed at the Days Inn Wild West on Tropicana twice and had good luck. Its close to the strip so still a 20 minute drive out there, but, its $35. Some of the characters around the place can be...interesting but no big deal if you park close to your room, pay attention and dont advertise you have a room full of expensive gear. And, its across the street from Inn and Out.. 

Edit: "hotel" or "resort" fees at Wild West are $15 I believe, bring the total up to around $50. Still cheaper than most (Strip hotels and even off-Strip places might charge up to a $35 resort fee). 

mike gibson · · Rapid City, SD · Joined Jul 2006 · Points: 0
dave custer wrote:

hotels.com

Palace Station is often least expensive; just a bed, a shower, and an alarm clock; not particularly to be recommended; not particularly close to the crags.

Sometimes Suncoast has inexpensive rooms; is closer; is nicer.

The hotel fees are not included in internet room quotes and are comparable to the inexpensive room cost. Consider the room fee when comparing to airbnb prices.

I stayed at Palace Station a couple months ago and the smell in the room was nasty and unbearable - ammonia, mildew, and cigarette smoke.  Plus, as Dave mentioned,  they get you with the hidden resort fees and some other hidden fee that I cant remember exactly.  But most hotels down there pull that scam now. 

TomCaldwell · · Clemson, S.C. · Joined Jun 2009 · Points: 2,563

We like the La Quinta in Summerlin. Easy walk to some bars and a hot tub. The weekly rate is one of the best I have found.

Jonny d · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2011 · Points: 40

I've had great luck with Suncoast..

Trevor. · · Boise, ID · Joined Apr 2012 · Points: 834

Circus Circus is usually dirt cheap and not too sleazy

Pepe Climbs Rocks · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2012 · Points: 0

Got an Air BnB in summerlin area for a little more than $100/night this coming october with a private pool.  I'm assuming you could do much better on a smaller place.

Alicia Sokolowski · · Brooklyn, NY · Joined Aug 2010 · Points: 1,045
BigB wrote:

$85 to stay at the closest hotel to the canyon

https://www.hotels.com/search.do?resolved-location=CITY%3A1504033%3AUNKNOWN%3AUNKNOWN&destination-id=1504033&q-destination=Las%20Vegas,%20Nevada,%20United%20States%20of%20America&q-check-in=2017-04-16&q-check-out=2017-04-17&q-rooms=1&q-room-0-adults=2&q-room-0-children=0&f-hotel-id=237130

Resort fee Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa has a $36.14 per room, per night resort fee. This fee is not included in your reservation and will be collected by the hotel at check-in.

Michael Schneider · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 735

Bonnie Springs Motel is right next to the climbing, saving driving, Family "Safe" comparatively 

Almost - no "Vagas stuff" - corny Wild West show, things in cages, Train ride. . . .

Bar / Restarant - If that matters.

 There are some employee housing deals that you can sub-let some times for longer term seasonal plans

Frosty Weller · · Colorado · Joined Mar 2004 · Points: 1,110
Alicia Sokolowski wrote:

Resort fee Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa has a $36.14 per room, per night resort fee. This fee is not included in your reservation and will be collected by the hotel at check-in.

Yeah Red Rock Casino, it aint the cheapest but the value makes it worthy for those willing/able to swing it.  When it's warm enough the pools are fantastic.  Deluxe accommodations with potential for great views depending on the room.  Numerous restaurants of all types, Starbucks, etc.  Actually it's become my Wife and my preferred place to stay in LV as it's about as close as you can get to RR climbing.

NeilB · · Tehachapi, CA · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 45
Laronicus Lehmanold wrote:

Any links? Thanks man!

No particular suggestions. I just know there's lots of stuff available from places in the center of the city/The Strip to nice residential stuff in Summerlin. Check it out...
airbnb.com

https://www.airbnb.com/s/Las-Vegas--NV--United-States/homes?place_id=ChIJ0X31pIK3voARo3mz1ebVzDo&allow_override%5B%5D=&s_tag=gP3EDk9q

Andrewww · · Concord, NH · Joined Mar 2014 · Points: 620

Stayed at the El Cortez which is right at the end of Fremont street. It was ~$25-27 a night Sunday-Thursday. Weekends are always more expensive but we just camped the weekends. 

Laronicus Lehmanold · · Salt Lake, UT · Joined Feb 2014 · Points: 295

Thank you for the replies everyone! Your input is very helpful! If any locals are around who want to show us around, we plan to climb 04/21 and 04/22 (trad - 5.6 to 5.9/sport 5.8 to 5.11b). Cheers.

Jack Servedio · · Raleigh,NC · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 30

The Howard Johnson can be had for about $50/night with no resort fee. Circus Circus can be had weekday for $20ish, but you have to add in their crazy $30 resort fee on top of that. The resort fee listed on Expedia or hotels.com is typically off - so call the hotel before booking to get what the real fee is.

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