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Still looking for a place to stay over Super Bowl weekend? These Las Vegas timeshare rentals have got you covered.

published on December 19, 2023 by

With just under two months to go before the Super Bowl hits the Las Vegas Strip, you may think it’s too late to book a trip to Sin City for football’s marquee event, especially if your budget is limited (many of the brand-name hotels are listing rooms at close to, if not more than, $1000/night during Super Bowl weekend!!). And if you’re a group or a family that needs more extensive accommodation, a standard room probably won’t cut it. 

But all is not lost. Several timeshare rentals available on RedWeek for that period are ideal for larger groups and ideally located to take advantage of both activities on the Strip and off, like the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam.  With amenities such as full kitchens and separate living spaces equipped with state-of-the-art entertainment centers and access to pools, on-site bars and game rooms, you’ll have a perfect retreat to escape the hustle and bustle of The Boulevard when you need to.  

Here are our picks for where to stay in Las Vegas during Super Bowl weekend and beyond.  

Rentals during Super Bowl starting at $171/night 

Marriott’s Grand Chateau 

Hang out by the rooftop pool and revel in the bustle on the Strip down below while sipping a creative cocktail at this property, which resembles a French Chateau on the outside but is fully modernized on the inside. Rooms range from a studio that sleeps four to a two-bedroom villa that can accommodate a group of eight and include a fully equipped kitchen, separate living and dining areas, deep soaking tub, and oversized shower. If you can’t snag tickets to the big game, you can still enjoy the action on the big screen at the resort’s on-site restaurant, La Diva, which serves classic American fare.

Rentals during Super Bowl starting at $283/night 

Hilton Grand Vacations On the Boulevard 

Located on the north end of Las Vegas Boulevard, the one-two-and three-bedroom condo-style suites at this expansive property are designed with groups in mind. With modern yet comfortable furnishings, you and your crew can catch the half-time show with a homemade spread of Super Bowl faves whipped up in your rental’s kitchen huddled around the TV before heading down to the Strip to partake in the post-game celebrations.   

Rentals during Super Bowl starting at $200/night 

Wyndham Grand Desert 

At this property, you get the best of both worlds: a secluded, Mediterranean-style retreat mere blocks from the action on Las Vegas Boulevard. With either mountain, city or courtyard views, you can indeed choose your adventure at this family-friendly resort. While there is no casino on site, there’s plenty you and the little ones can enjoy, from an activity center and sauna to four outdoor hot tubs — a perfect way to warm up on a cool February night. 

Rentals during Super Bowl starting at $250/night 

Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Desert Club Resort 

While it can sometimes be easy to forget that Las Vegas is a desert city, you’ll quickly be reminded during a stay at this property. Pulling up to the drive, you are greeted by a tan stucco façade and a landscape peppered by cacti and succulents, while in the pool area, where you’ll find five heated pools and hot tubs, a waterfall tumbles from a craggy hill made of rock. An off-Strip, villa-style resort ideal for families, you’ll also find an on-site activity center complete with ping pong tables, arcades, pinball machines and air hockey tables, as well as barbecue grills so you can whip up a classic burger before the big game. 

Rentals during Super Bowl starting at $300/night 

Elara by Hilton Grand Vacations

An action-packed Las Vegas getaway is in the cards with a stay at this iconic, mirrored, 52-story resort located only one block from the Strip. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular views of one of the world’s most eccentric cities flanked by mountains and desert in the distance. The property, which features units that can sleep up to 10 people, is connected to the shops and restaurants of Miracle Mile as well as the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, providing easy access to top-notch eateries and gaming just steps away.   

Don’t have tickets to the game at Allegiant Stadium?  

The whole city will be gearing up for kick-off with venues around the city hosting their own Super Bowl Watch Parties. Here are three you might want to check out:  

Brew Dog, 3767 Las Vegas Blvd. S.  

What’s on tap: Craft beer, including exclusives from the on-site microbrewery. Tickets start at $300 per person for guaranteed TV viewing and cover your food and beverage minimum for the night.  

Carmine’s Las Vegas, 3500 South Las Vegas Blvd 

What’s on tap: An all-you-can-eat Italian buffet and premium open bar that lasts until the two-minute warning of the 4th quarter with plenty of TV screens including a main projection area. Tickets start at $350 per person.  

The Biggest Game Bash @ The Downtown Las Vegas Events Center 

What’s on tap: A free, 21-and-over watch party with stadium-style seating and a 51-foot screen perched on the main stage. If you prefer to reserve a table, fees apply. Reserve here. 

There’s never a bad time to visit Vegas. Head to RedWeek’s Las Vegas hub to view all our available timeshare rentals to suit all types of budgets.  

All pricing mentioned in this article is accurate as of publish date and is subject to change without prior notice.

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