SEMA eNews Vol. 15, No. 42, October 18, 2012

Discounted Hotel Rooms Still Available Through SEMA's Official Housing Bureau

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The Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino and The Plaza Hotel & Casino have undergone extensive renovations and have been added to the official block for this year's Show.
   

While many hotels around Las Vegas are filling up quickly, there are a few hotels still offering discounted rates through SEMA’s official housing website.  

New this year, SEMA has included two of the most luxurious hotels downtown in the official block, which means affordable options and complimentary shuttle transportation provided by SEMA from the hotels to the SEMA Show. Both properties have recently completed extensive renovations and expansions, providing quality hotels at deeply discounted prices.

  • Golden Nugget: as low as $85 per night.
  • Plaza Hotel: as low as $65 per night.

Meanwhile, on the Strip, SEMA still has rooms available at three different hotels each offering varied options that will fit whatever you prefer. From a luxurious, non-gaming property, to mega-resorts in the heart of the Strip, as well as a more economical option, there is something for everyone. Below are the remaining properties still available on the Strip:

  • Circus Circus: As low as $65 per night.
  • Planet Hollywood: As low as $150 per night.
  • TI: As low as $153 per night.
  • Trump: As low as $160 per night.
  • Westin Casuarina: As low as $149 per night.
Also note that all rates shown on SEMA’s official housing site include any resort fees that many properties in Las Vegas now charge. When comparing prices, be sure to verify if a particular property charges a resort fee and what the fee may be. While it can significantly increase the final rate one pays, these fees include wireless Internet and fitness center access at most properties.

If you have any questions about booking your hotels for the SEMA Show, don’t hesitate to contact Travel Planners—SEMA’s Official Housing Bureau—at 800-221-3531or e-mail res@tphousing.com.
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