There’s a reason (probably more than one) that Las Vegas is once again the #1 travel destination for Americans and #2 for foreign travelers, according to the Hotel Price Index (HPI) from Hotels.com. It’s fun; it’s affordable; and there’s plenty to do and see. This summer the sun will be shining bright on the Vegas Strip as travel industry reports point to more people traveling even with a slight increase in hotel prices. 2011 hotel prices were up 11% in Vegas, but at an average of $102 a night – It still an affordable playground for young and old alike. Where else can you stay in a three-star hotel for $15 a night?
One thing that I have noticed about Las Vegas is how many celebrities are always going there. Where do they stay? How are they treated compared to the rest of us checking into Vegas hotels? How can I get such treatment? I recently got those answers and today, I’m sharing a secret with you.
Up on the tippy top floor of the Monte Carlo, is one of Vegas’ best kept secrets. HOTEL32 is the new, exclusive boutique hotel where everyone can feel rich and famous. My brother-in-law, Kevin Hockin, and his friends recently spent his 30th birthday at HOTEL32 completing a 30 hours in Vegas marathon (not the running kind). No matter the reason: trip with friends, romantic getaway, or just a reason to getaway, everything about HOTEL32 is designed to cater to your needs. Who wouldn’t like that?
Right from the start, you will know that you are in for a treat because each reservation includes round-trip airport transportation in your own private limo. When you arrive, a personal Bellman escorts you directly to your retreat – checking in privately within the comforts of your room. Goodbye registration lines! HOTEL32 offers five room types from studios to two-bedroom penthouses. And, celebrities aren’t the only ones receiving VIP treatment. A dedicated Suite Assistant makes sure you know every feature of indulgence included in your stay – including a Nintendo Wii, a Blu-ray player integrated in the bathroom mirror, a pre-stocked refrigerator with the guest’s preferences, and complimentary clothes pressing is included. Who would ever want to leave?
Heading to Las Vegas soon? Tell me about your stay.