Where can I find cheap Las Vegas
...and do I even need to hire a car?
There are lots of cheap Las Vegas car rentals. In fact if you decide to rent a car there are many great deals to be found. But do you actually need a car in Vegas?
Well, it depends on what you want to do while you’re in Sin City. If you’re planning to spend most of your time on the Strip then you’ll do fine without one. In fact, you’ll probably find it less stressful without. The roads in the heart of Vegas get very busy.
We’ve got by on many trips just using public transport such as the
and our feet but if you’re planning on going further afield a car will give you the freedom to explore a number of the truly unforgettable sights and experiences which are within driving distance of the downtown area and Las Vegas Strip.
Are there good car rental deals in Las Vegas?
Yes, there are. You’ll be able to rent a car quite cheaply A great option is Priceline.
Not only do you not pay booking fees but with Priceline.com you can search for cheap Las Vegas car rentals and compare prices at different companies such as Avis, Hertz and Alamo.
Another great thing about this consolidator is the Name Your Own Price feature. You can enter when you want to hire the car and how much you’re willing to pay (before you bid you can see what others have recently paid.) You can make some amazing savings with this facility – often up to 40%. If you’re from the UK another option to check out for cheap Las Vegas car rentals is
Car Hire 3000,
which is part of the Priceline group.
Another way to save money is to just book a car for the days you need it. You don’t necessarily have to hire a car for the length of your stay especially if you’re planning to spend a chunk of your time working your way along the Strip.
Where can I park my rental car in Las Vegas?
There are lots of place to park in Las Vegas. Most of the big hotels have their own parking garages which are free. And if you’re worried about having to trek across their parking lot to get to your car at the end of the night don’t be; most have a valet service.
So, I’ve got one of the cheap car rentals in Las Vegas. What sites can I drive out too?
There are some great choices if you want to get away from the bright lights of the desert city:
After negotiating all the attractions that Las Vegas has to offer, plan an unforgettable experience by jumping in your hire car and taking a road trip out of the city by night on Route 95. As you head into the desert watch the Strip’s bright lights slowly disappear into the distance.
Desert National Wildlife Range
Desert National Wildlife Range is only 23 miles north on the US 95 which is en-route to the
after you take in the
Total driving time is just four hours. This is one of the most popular excursions for visitors to Las Vegas, with car hire the most sensible option.
Great Basin National Park
A Las Vegas Rental Car is great if you're considering driving out to the Great Basin National Park which features Nevada State’s only glacier, where you’ll also find caves and enjoy stunning mountain scenery.
Lake Mead Recreation Area is less then ninety minutes away by car and is also extremely scenic, although if you’re keen on road trips you may be more inclined to take in the red sandstone canyon of Sedona, or Sierra Nevada and Mount Whitney – the highest American peak outside Alaska, which also takes in Death Valley along the way.
If you have time on your hands, you may just want to head down Route 15 with the radio cranked up as you cruise on down to Los Angeles.
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