Need A Room For New Year's Eve? Here's How Much It'll Cost
We're just under three weeks from New Year's Eve, but hotels still have room for those who wish to ring in 2013 under the bright lights of Vegas. (Except for New York-New York, they're now sold out on the 31st. The Cosmopolitan's standard rooms, which had required a three-night stay, are sold out, too.) Most Vegas hotels are requiring at least a two-night stay to ensure a room on the city's biggest night. Some require booking both the 30th and 31st while others allow you to stay the 1st as your second night, which is significantly cheaper across the board. In some cases, staying the nights of the 31st and the 1st can save you almost $200 (which is the case for Bally's).
Here's the breakdown on the policies and prices of some randomly selected Vegas hotels. And, don't forget to check out our Ultimate Guide to New Year's Eve once you get a room!
Hotels requiring a minimum two-night stay to book the 31st:
Hotels requiring guests to stay the 30th and 31st to book the 31st:
Wynn (Three-night minimum stay in addition to required stay on 30th and 31st):
Hotels requiring no minimum stay:
New York New York:
31st: Sold Out
The hotel rates cited were accurate as of December 11, however, pricing can fluctuate based on demand.
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