Discover the Hidden Values of Las Vegas

The world-famous Strip stretches four miles and offers more restaurants, clubs, pools and attractions than most people can imagine. With so many sights to see, places to go and things to do, it's easy to think that the best of Las Vegas is just for high rollers, but the below hidden values will show how to do Vegas in high style without the sticker shock.

A Suite Stay
Plan the next Vegas trip during the week and enjoy an immaculate suite with amazing amenities for a lot less. Mid-week nightly rates start at just $99 at The Signature at MGM Grand, a luxurious non-gaming, non-smoking hotel that offers personalized service and a serene retreat set within three distinct and beautiful towers. Or, on Monte Carlo's top floor guests can discover HOTEL32 - an exclusive boutique hotel that offers a personal butler and concierge services with numerous high-tech touches, including a TV integrated into the bathroom mirror, starting at $170 per night.

Celebrity Treatment without the Celebrity Price
Get a "Vegas do" at Luxor's Nurture Spa and Salon where a cut and style start at just $65 for women and $45 for men. Looking for the superstar treatment? At Kim Vo Salon at The Mirage, the eponymous salon by the E! television network commentator and hair colorist to A-list stars, a haircut and style starts at just $125 for women and $60 for men - far from the hundreds of dollars celebrities usually shell out for this VIP treatment.

Taste the Highlife
Fine dining meets budget conscious with several restaurants across The Strip. Known as pre-theatre or tasting menus, resorts up and down The Strip offer a multi-course meal between 5 and 6:30 p.m. at comparatively low prices. There's a $30 menu at New York-New York's Nine Fine Irishmen; a $49 option at MGM Grand's L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon; a $39.99 menu at Kokomo's at The Mirage; and the list goes on.

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