The next round of Daily Getaways are from Palazzo and Venetian hotels in Las Vegas. In case you are new to the Daily Getaways, they are daily deals for the next five weeks on discounted hotel stays, discounted points purchases, car rental deals, and more. The travel packages are provided by U.S. Travel Association, in cooperation with participating travel operators of the U.S. Travel Association and advertising support provided by American Express. To get an additional 10% off savings you must pay with any American Express card.  Daily Getaways are only open to those who are US residents ages 18 and up (though some packages are for 21+).  Here is a link to some tips for successfully purchasing these limited quantity deals.

Two nights in a Siena Suite Palazoo – $700 ($630 with 10% Amex discount):

  • Two consecutive nights in a Siena Suite at The Palazzo Resort. Double occupancy. Includes room, tax and daily resort fee.
  • See what amenities await you with the Siena Suite – approximately 1,280 square feet
  • 42 available

Siena Suite in Las Vegas

 

Two nights in a Piazza View Suite at The Venetian – $550 ($495 with 10% Amex discount):

  • Two consecutive nights in a Piazza View Suite at The Venetian. Double occupancy. Includes room, tax and resort fee.
  • See what amenities await you with the Piazza View Suite – approximately 1,400 square feet
  • 50 available

Piazza View Suite - from venetian.com

Floorplan from venetian.com

Terms applicable to both deals:

  • Travel is valid through April 1, 2014. Blackout dates may apply and include June 11 & 12, 2013, December 28, 29, 30, & 31, 2013, and January 7 & 8, 2014.
  • Certificate includes room, tax and resort fee. Incidentals are the responsibility of the guest.
  • Subject to suite availability.
  • Within 10 days of purchase, you will receive a certificate via email to the email address provided at purchase. This certificate will provide instructions on who to contact to book your stay.

Deal Analysis:

I checked a few random nights for the Piazza View Suite and the price was often close to $400 per night + taxes and fees, so I do think that getting it for just two nights at just under $500 with the Amex discount is a reduced price.  Whether or not you want to pay $250 per night for a suite in Vegas obviously will depend on your budget and desires, but the price does seem lower than the regular selling price by about 40 – 50%.  The Siena Suite seemed to often be between $500 – $600 + taxes and fees, so the $630 discounted price for two nights also does seem like a genuine discount.

If you just want a good room in Vegas there are clearly much cheaper ways to do it than this deal.  However, if you want one of these suites specifically then this does seem like a reasonable discount over the regular selling price.

These deals go on sale Thursday at 1PM Eastern on the Daily Getaways website.  Have you stayed in one of these suites before?  Will you be going for one of these deals?

 

Posted by Mommy Points | 4 Comments

4 Responses to “Daily Getaways Day 9 (Thurs): Palazzo and Venetian in Vegas”

  1. Geoff says:

    Priceline has an “Express” booking for the Venetian at $137 plus plus. Might even be able to bid lower.
    Like you said, if you want a larger suite(all rooms are huge anyway) this is an OK deal at best.
    Otherwise this is a bad offer.

  2. Kathy C says:

    All of their rooms are nice but would love to stay in one of their larger suites. We live on the east coast so coming to Vegas for only two nights would be exhausting. We usually come for about 4 nights to make it worth the long flight there and back. I guess you could buy this package and then buy two nights in a regular room.

  3. David says:

    This may be obvious, but Fri-Sat nights are normally at least 2X the rate for Sun-Thurs for Vegas hotels, so this voucher would be maximized on the weekends.

    Also, I think it’s odd that the offer is “subject to suite availability.” I wonder what %, if any, are downgraded after booking a certain suite.

  4. mommypoints says:

    Geoff, agree only an okay deal if you specifically wanted a suite of this size.
    Kathy, I understand wanting a good suite in Vegas. We have done it a couple times ourselves. Actually a pretty inexpensive place for large suites compared to other cities. If you decide to put a trip together I hope you have a great time. ;)
    David, very true!

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