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If you're planning to come to Vegas for this Memorial Day Weekend, but don't have a room yet, the holiday break won't extend to your wallet.
Just about every hotel is more than $100 bucks a night and that's if you can find one that isn't sold out for one of the nights. We popped over to our super duper booking search engine to see which hotels were still reasonably priced (Caesars Palace at $533 would not be and, yes, that's per night for a standard room) and would still provide a comfortable stay.
After scanning through a half dozen pages, we found five hotels that fit the bill - you can book a stay at Golden Nugget at $129.07 via Travelocity, South Point is at $114.33 if you go through Hotel.com, Hooters is at $111.84 via HotelClub, Circus Circus is at $114 through Priceline, and Stratosphere is at $113 per night via Hotel.com.