It has started once again. Vegas, like most vacation destinations has a busy season, and we are now right in the middle of it. Vegas although a popular destination on many big holiday weekends, experiences most of its tourism starting in March and continuing through October. March is truly the beginning of the vacation season with many students flocking to the city for their Spring Break vacations. This is also the time when many of the party pools are opening up to accommodate activity for these large number of young people.
This is the perfect time for people to start flocking to the city. The weather is much warmer than most of the rest of the United States, but still cool enough to enjoy being outside and touring the strip and the surrounding areas. Into April and May, visitors continue to flock to the city, many for graduation trips, vacations from work or the bachelor and bachelorette parties before those early summer weddings.
Summertime, although the weather is almost not enjoyable because it is too hot, still brings in large crowds of people. Luckily for them, they can find a pool about every 100 yds on the strip. Whether they are looking to relax by a regular hotel pool, visit a party pool and have a few drinks or get in the hot tub at night, almost every hotel has something to suit their needs.
Many hotels start charging more money during these big tourist seasons. Their prices can fluctuate by hundreds of dollars. If you buy your plane ticket before looking at hotel prices, sometimes you are just out of luck. But there are other options. Consider choosing weekly rentals in Las Vegas or off the strip hotel locations to save money. A hotel like Holiday Royale, located on Paradise right behind the strip, can help you save a lot of money on your stay, so you can spend that money truly enjoying yourself.
There are obviously various reasons that bring people to Vegas. If you see yourself coming anytime soon, make sure you are doing Vegas the right way. Hit up a pool party or two and choose to spend your money on a few extra drinks or gambling rather than paying too much for your hotel. Enjoy Vegas’ busy season by relaxing and maybe even meeting a few new friends.