Reasonable Hotel for CES

The hotel that I usually stay at for CES in Las Vegas used to charge around $110. Now it's $300. Hmmmm. Do any of you have a favorite hotel, reasonably priced within 20 minute drive?
Last year Audiogon was generous enough to offer discounted rates at a couple of motels near THE SHOW at the San Tropez . Just another reason Audiogon is a great place to be. I sure hope they offer this again this year as i am not sure I will be able to attend with the prices I have been seeing lately.

Circus Circus is usually reasonable, and there's a shuttle stop to take you to the zoo where you can change buses and head over to Alexis Park.
Call a travel agent and have them book the hotel as a gambling junket (or other specials offered).

Sometimes there are airfare and hotel combos at an even better price. I have taken advantage of these a few times when I was younger. They are often not timed well with CES and / or return me home on a red eye flight.

I've seen The Stratosphere as low as $24.00 a night during CES and I frequently get a room at the Gold Nugget (downtown) at a reasonable price for several nights stay.

Often these gambling packages include a few free drinks, half price breakfast or lunch or coupons for a few rounds of gambling with no out of pocket expense.

While I'm not a gambler, it's a nice bonus that is included along with reasonable room rates. Don't tell the travel agent or hotel your there for CES, the price goes up immediately. If you have a bad conscience over that, spend a few dollars on the slots, making it truly a gambling trip.

One last piece of advice. You can stay anywhere in Vegas and drive to any hotel where CES has exhibits and take the free bus to view all parts of the show. Take the bus back to your car when day is done and use your private transportation to go to dinner a few miles away from the strip. Generally you can save a 20 min. to 2 hour wait in cab line this way (especially if the weather turns bad) and enjoy a meal without hassle.
Ah, I forgot that there are long taxi lines. In the past I've stayed at a hotel 20 minutes away and parked near St. Tropez early in morning. Never attended any session outside of the high end area, perhaps I should try this time.

Gambling junket, eh?

Sahara. Book online. Acceptable rooms. Adequate Food. Is right on the last monorail stop, 5 minutes from CES. For THESHOW, go to CES, bus to St. Tropez. I usually just get a taxi at either end, about $7.00........If anybody is interested in doing this comforably but cheap, lets get together and share a small suite or ?? say 4 guys, about $35
each???Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun?.....Mike
Gumbei ? Marco ? There's GOT to be a joke here.

Maybe if only something about elderly "yellow" toenails digging into your thighs in the night.

Just the thought of a guy being that close to you in bed makes ANY woman an absolute beauty to behold and a lifetime treasure without reservation.....................right?

Mike, just having fun :^).
The Super8 on Koval is a short walk from the Alexis Park, but I would not do it at night. It is clean and quiet. It was $99/night when I booked. THe casino across the street, Days Inn???, is clean and cheaper, but too smoky. When THE Show had low rates elsewhere, I stayed there but not this year.