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Best Las Vegas hostels

Most recommended Las Vegas hostels

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Travelers Bed & Breakfast Hostel - Las Vegas - Bedroom
Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning
Sin City Hostel - Las Vegas - Bedroom
Sin City Hostel
8.5 Excellent
R817+
R817+
Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning
Hostel Cat
7.6 Good
R885+
R885+
Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning
Bposhtels Las Vegas
7.2 Good
R596+
R596+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Air conditioning
Hostel Bunk - Free Shuttle
7.5 Good
South of The StripR783+
R783+
Parking
Airport shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning

Las Vegas hostels near the city centre

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Las Vegas Hostel - Las Vegas - Pool
Las Vegas Hostel
DowntownR2 945+
R2 945+

How much is a Las Vegas hostel?

Here are our most popular & best value hostels

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Good to know

Low season

June

High season

August

Average price (weeknight)

R688

Average price (weekend night)

R919
Cheapest month to stay with an average 37% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 96% rise in price.
Average Sun - Thu price over the last 2 weeks.
Average Fri & Sat price over the last 2 weeks.

When to book a hostel in Las Vegas

Price per night / 3-star hostel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
Average nightly price per month
Average nightly price

Top tips for finding Las Vegas hostel deals

  • Staying in a hostel in Las Vegas is a great option for the budget traveler, as hotel accommodations in this city are often rather expensive. Eating and drinking in your hostel in Las Vegas instead of eating out on The Strip can be another advantage if you’re trying to save money. Some options, like the Las Vegas Hostel, even provide communal kitchens for travelers to cook their own meals.
  • The cheapest hostels tend to be located in Downtown Las Vegas, which is now the central business district, roughly a 10m taxi ride from The Strip. They are conveniently located for downtown amenities such as shops and restaurants, and they offer a quieter night’s sleep than accommodations on The Strip.
  • For arts, culture and cool cocktail bars—but slightly higher prices—travelers can opt for one of several hostels in the Arts District, which is located farther away to the north of The Strip and is regarded as one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods.
  • Opting for a hostel in Las Vegas is a good way for solo travelers to meet other people with whom they can explore the city’s nightlife. Some of the best hostels for solo travelers are those with a pool, such as the Shalimar Hostel Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Hostel. Besides offering a place for solo travelers to hang out and meet new people, these hostels often host parties and events.
  • Travelers going to Las Vegas as part of a group may want to choose a party hostel. Among the best hostels for groups is Hostel Cat, which is located on The Strip and which boasts a yoga room, a common area and regular parties. The Sin City Hostel is also popular for groups. It offers a range of bedrooms, including dormitories; a pool area; large breakfasts; and the option of joining a guided pub crawl around the city’s famous nightlife.
  • If you’re looking for a cheap hostel in Las Vegas, you should consider going during the low season. You’ll generally find lower-priced hostels in Las Vegas in June and February.
  • Hostel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll likely find the best hostel deals in Las Vegas if you stay on a Sunday. The most expensive day for hostel bookings is Friday.
  • If you want to ensure you grab a bargain, try to book more than 90 days before your stay to get the best price for a Las Vegas hostel.

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