Vegas Hotel Rates Drop | Accents for the home today

LAS VEGAS — A trip to the Las Vegas market just might have gotten a little cheaper.

Las Vegas Market hotel rates are seeing significant drops — some by more than 50% — as registrations surge for the July 24-28, 2022 shopping event, according to International Market Centers, which runs the show.

Operated by Connections Housing, the Las Vegas Market hotel block offers specially negotiated rates at 30 hotels, located in gaming and non-gaming properties from downtown to the Strip.

Discounted rates are offered at these official Las Vegas Market hotels and casinos:

Aria Resort & Casino: from $148 (instead of $218)

Bellagio Resort & Casino: from $168 (instead of $218)

New York New York Hotel & Casino: from $78 (instead of $148)

NoMad Las Vegas: from $113 ($193)

Park MGM Resort: from $88 (instead of $168) – $78

Sahara Las Vegas: from $69 (instead of $99)

Vdara Hotel & Spa: from $138 (instead of $208)

Specially negotiated rates are available at 30 properties in the Las Vegas market block of rooms. The advantages of booking rooms through the block include the absence of prepayment for the reservation or the signing of reservation contracts, as well as the possibility of earning hotel reward points. All partner hotels are also served by the official Las Vegas Market Shuttles which run from Saturday July 23 through Thursday July 28, 2022.

Las Vegas market participants who book through the block will be entered to earn special incentives including room upgrades or a free hotel stay. One grand prize winner will receive a free hotel room for the 2022 Summer Market and the 2023 Winter Markets, as well as airfare for two for the 2023 Winter Market.

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Managing Editor Allison Zisko first joined HFN in 1998 and spent many years covering the tabletop category before expanding her scope to all home furnishings. In her current role, she oversees all aspects of HFN, including its print and digital products, and represents the brand domestically and internationally through presentations, panel discussions, and HFN’s podcast, The Inside Scoop. .

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