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Las Vegas holiday from £559pp - 7nts 3* hotel, flights & luggage

Las Vegas holiday from £559pp - 7nts 3* hotel, flights & luggage

Ahoy pirates, fancy a trip to one of the most exciting places, Las Vegas has something for everyone and this holiday is under £600 per person for a weeks stay.

The Las Vegas holiday departs in September and there are great prices from Glasgow and Manchester.


Booking Info Timeframe: 10. Jul. 2018 - 10. Sep. 2018

Glasgow, Manchester, London
Las Vegas
  • Details

    This holiday is flexible and you can easily adjust the duration, month, amount of travellers and departure airport. To change holiday details, just click the Book holiday button to view calendar.

Holiday details

  • Travel duration: 7 nights (longer or shorter stays possible)
  • Example date: 3rd - 10th September
  • Flight + Hotel package from Loveholidays
  • Departure airports: Glasgow, Manchester, London
  • Circus Circus Hotel Casino & Theme Park
  • 3.5/5 TripAdvisor
  • Board basis – room only
  • luggage - included
  • Based on 2 sharing
  • Not included: Mandatory resort fee (approx $250.11 total for 7 nights) payable locally upon arrival
  • Not your dates/travel party size? Adjust search according to preference

Price breakdown:

  • Loveholidays package £1117 / 2 = £559pp
  • Resort fees payable at hotel

Optional extras

  • Shuttle transfers £16.50 per person (check out public transport and holidaytaxis for cheaper alternatives)
  • Check out our car hire tool to get your own set of wheels during your stay

About your stay

You will be staying in the Circus Circus Hotel Casino & Theme Park which is located off South Las Vegas Boulevard.

The hotel has everything you could need for a great stay including restaurants, bars, its own theme park, a water park and casino.

You will enjoy free access to daily circus performances at the hotel.


Please note -- Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability.

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