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Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas

Trump International Hotel & Tower Las Vegas Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Just off the Strip, Trump’s nongaming condominium hotel is a mellow alternative to the mega-hotel-casinos, with 1282 spacious suites boasting the latest technology, luxury touches, and tasteful decor. Room rates are seriously reduced. Too bad the 5-minute walk to the Strip for a casino or better restaurant is so unpleasant.

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For the price, the Golden Nugget is a steal, provided you don't mind staying in Vegas' older downtown neighborhood instead of the newer, livelier Strip. In exchange for giving up the prime location, guests can enjoy clean, well-appointed rooms, excellent service -- and a top-notch pool complete with a shark tank.

Treasure Island

Treasure Island Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Fresh from a recent remodeling, the 2,885-room resort has pulled back from its pirate persona. The pool is crowded, the casino is small, and top-notch Vegas entertainment is in short supply. But for a reasonably priced, clean and comfortable modern room in a convenient central-Strip location, it's hard to do better.

The Platinum Hotel And Spa

The Platinum Hotel And Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A classy condo-hotel tucked behind the big casinos, this 255-suite property is one of the best off-the-Strip values to be found. The luxurious oversized apartments are spectacular. The relaxing pool with a view, modern gym and stylish lounge add to the hotel's low-key, high-service sensibility.

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Since 1966, the 2,419-room Caesars Palace has defined excess on the Strip -- a massive spa with Roman baths; elaborate mosaics and classical architecture around the pools; one of the biggest casinos in Vegas. But base-level "Classic Rooms" are smaller, more drab, and older than the Vegas norm. You can upgrade to a more recently renovated room, but check the Venetian's rates first.

Tahiti Village

Tahiti Village Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The upper-middle-range Tahitian Village on S. Las Vegas Blvd is a large (876-room) time-share property that rents one- and two-bedroom suites. Rates are reasonable considering the array of features (including a spa), many of which other time-share properties off the Strip often lack. This property is very family-friendly, with a lazy river, weekly luau, and kids' activities room. In-house eateries are limited to a Denny's. The tropical decor is a little kitschy, but suites are clean and spacious; all have kitchenettes or full kitchens.

Flamingo Las Vegas

Flamingo Las Vegas Rating: 3.5 Pearls

First opened in 1946, the 3,626-room Flamingo takes its history seriously. The '70s decor, fabled tropical-themed pool, and scenic Paradise Garden buffet draw couples, families, conventioneers, and occasional partiers. For the price -- midrange for Strip hotels -- it's a fun choice, delivering a retro Vegas experience in a convenient mid-Strip locale.

Luxor Hotel & Casino

Luxor Hotel & Casino Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A colossal, ancient Egypt-themed, pyramid-shaped hotel-casino with decent service, a great Strip location, and features on par with several midpriced neighbors on the Las Vegas Strip -- and very low room rates. An excellent budget option, especially if you opt for one of the newer tower rooms over the dated pyramid rooms.

Tropicana Hotel & Casino

Tropicana Hotel & Casino Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A $180 million renovation completed in 2011 turned the once-dingy Tropicana into one of the nicer mid-range hotels on the Strip. This storied hotel is one of the oldest in Vegas -- it was built in 1957, and once had mob associations -- but today it is clean, modern, and even somewhat stylish, with South-Beach-inspired decor and a sprawling pool club and nightclub, Bagatelle Beach. The casino isn't as large as others on the Strip, but the central location makes it easy to gamble elsewhere -- the hotel is connected via pedestrian bridges to MGM Grand and Excalibur. The basic contemporary rooms have fresh tropical style; guests should stay in the Paradise Tower to be close to the Strip or the Club Tower to be close to the pool. But note that prices tend to be a bit higher than at other mid-range options such as Treasure Island and New York New York.

The Quad Resort and Casino

The Quad Resort and Casino Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Formerly the Imperial Palace, the 2,640-room Quad Resort and Casino is an inexpensive option in a prime location on the Strip. The casino is renovated and appealing but rooms and hallways are dated and worn (and carpets are particularly dirty). There are numerous bars and lounges on-site for nightlife and this hotel is home to Guy Fieri's only Las Vegas restaurant. There is a pool, but it is closed during renovations through 2014. Guests seeking a cheap no-frills room might not mind the Quad, but beware of noisy rooms and reports of room thefts.

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