What Has SEMA Done for You Lately?

Still Time to Get Great Deals at Many Vegas Hotels for Less Than $100 Per Night

Numerous properties on the Strip are still available for less than $100 per night.

While we are just weeks away from the 2012 SEMA Show, there are still incredible values for hotel rooms all around Vegas, simply by booking in the official SEMA Block with Travel Planners. In fact, SEMA continues to work with the hotels to ensure everyone coming to Las Vegas has an affordable place to stay for each hotel class. Just this past week, SEMA negotiated a $30-per-night rate reduction at the Vdara Hotel, which not only applies for new reservations but also all those who previously booked through the official block. The all-suite four-diamond Vdara is a completely non-smoking and casino-free property, providing its guests a luxurious and quiet atmosphere right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, while also providing all the traditional amenities at the neighboring ARIA.  

Meanwhile, numerous properties on the Strip are still available for less than $100 per night, including the following:

Circus Circus 
  as low as $65 per night
  as low as $65 per night
  as low as $80 per night
Mandalay Bay 
  as low as $80 per night
Monte Carlo
  as low as $70 per night

New this year, we also have two of the most luxurious hotels downtown included in the official block, which means affordable options and complimentary shuttle transportation provided by SEMA from the hotels to the SEMA Show.  

Golden Nugget
  as low as $85 per night
Plaza Hotel 
  as low as $65 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, wireless Internet and fitness center access at most properties are included in these fees.

Hotels will close shortly from the official site and discounted rooms will be difficult to obtain once these blocks sell out. Many will close in the next 10 days, so be sure to book now.  

As always, SEMA will continue to keep you apprised of changes to hotel rates in the SEMA Housing Block, and any reductions made to rates are retroactive to anyone already booked in that hotel.  

If you have any questions about booking your hotels for the SEMA Show, contact Travel Planners, SEMA’s Official Housing Bureau, at 800-221-3531 or e-mail res@tphousing.com.