Fly Round-Trip Vancouver To Las Vegas With Hotel For $380 CAD (Tax Incl)

Travel & Outdoors
Las Vegas / Cheapest Places To Travel

The weather is expected to warm up in Vancouver, with temperatures soaring to 28 degrees next week; however, there’s never a bad time to visit the city of sin, Las Vegas.

And, WestJet Vacations makes your visit all the more economical with this incredible package from Vancouver.

The total cost, including 3 nights hotel, comes to $380.82 CAD per person including all tax based on a double occupancy. The dates of travel are from Monday, June 25th to Thursday, June 28th staying at Ballys hotel.

Las Vegas

Photo: WestJet Vacations

RESORT FEE39.68 USD inclusive of tax per room, per night, paid direct to the hotel. Resort fee and inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the hotel, some restrictions may apply.

You can book your holiday here.

Discover Las Vegas

Vegas is the best place to go for events like bachelor or bachelorette parties, birthdays, anniversaries, and even weddings. Its also a great place to go with a group of friends or family to get in some quality time together and cut loose. No matter what the occasion, Vegas has something for you!

Travel tip: You’ll want to make the most of your time in destination, and not waste time. Therefore, it is imperative that you book your shows in advance. Most of the Cirque performances, musicals, and magic shows tend to sell out. So, it is recommended that you book your shows as far in advance as possible. In fact, some of the clubs and pool parties are even difficult to get into and it is recommended that you make your arrangements ahead of time if at all possible.

And ladies, if you plan on wearing high heels be sure to pack some jelly flip-flops in your bag! You’ll want them for the walk on the strip home. It is longer than you think and deceptively painful after a night of dancing!

Looking for ways to beat the heat this summer? Check out our list of the best waterparks in BC to cool off in! Also, be sure to check out the province’s most serene and secluded lakes.

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