How to Sell Your Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

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How to Sell Your Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

With the impending closing of the South Point Hotel and Casino, Vegas is losing a valuable investment property. No matter how much you love the city, and the Strip is an amazing experience, there will come a time when you have to move on. So, what can you do to make the transition easier?

If you are looking for a good hotel, it might be a good idea to check out the Las Vegas Hotels Review. The best hotel is a no-brainer. Even if you aren’t necessarily looking for a more luxurious room, it’s important to look at the surroundings, to see if you’ll enjoy the sightseeing or live shows.

The Las Vegas hotels range from the Budget and Moderately Priced to the Luxury Hotels, including two that are for sale. However, the more expensive hotels like the Ritz-Carlton or the MGM Grand require advance booking, as do some of the mid-range and discount hotels.

The One Las Vegas Hotel is one of the more expensive ones available. The amenities include but are not limited to the world-class spa and fitness center, in-room professional chefs, room service, casino bonus, online gaming and even indoor water skiing! There are two larger One Las Vegas Hotels in Vegas, with a floor plan similar to the Best Western “Hilton Garden Inn”.

Another hotel that is a great bet is the Treetops Resort in Vegas. This resort also offers all of the amenities that the Best Western has, along with separate business and meeting areas, meeting facilities, and golfing. This hotel is also near the MGM Grand and one of the most prestigious hotels in Vegas.

The Caesars Palace is also among the many reasonably priced, centrally located Las Vegas hotels. It offers the same great amenities as the Best Western Hotel and is conveniently situated off of I-15 and right near the MGM Grand. Caesars is located directly across the street from the Westgate Las Vegas Resort, which means that you have to drive just a few minutes to the strip.

Another relatively inexpensive, and centrally located Las Vegas hotel is the Sheraton San Diego Bay View Hotel. It offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Casinos and it has the greatest deal of all: It’s right across the street from the Westgate Resort, a high-end casino and resort.

Even if you aren’t planning on visiting the Nevada desert, there are some other options to consider in the area of Vegas. For instance, there are the Monte Carlo, the Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel, and even the Mirage.