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Hello I'm planning on going to Las Vegas with my friends. I want to know which hotels are cheap but nice at least with pool. I'm not planning on staying in the hotel all day long that's why i would like a cheap hotel. (Please No rude answers or will be roported) Thank's.
Thinking between $100-$125 per night.

Weekends are higher than weekdays. The location counts a lot in the rates, and you do have to note daily resort fees and what is included. There are full page summaries at the 2nd + 3rd links here. You also should be looking for discounts in show tickets and night club admission drinks and gambling can be pricey.
That said,
You check
to start. And, compare their rates to direct booking specials at

Depending on number of friends and beds you want is a lot of the key and I assume at least one of you is 21+ for check-in, or your list gets very small for 18+.
Often, the best accommodations for the price is north strip Stratosphere with their renovated rooms, but then you have to bus down to center strip on the SDX or Deuce. For some reason, September weekends priced high this year. You can get cheap hotels downtown and the Golden Nugget is both nice and cheap, but is not on the strip. The Orleans off-strip gets some good prices. On Strip central, Imperial Palace is good location and cheap, but gets noisy. Bill's Gamblin Hall sometimes gets a great price. Nice suites may be found a walk off-strip at The Desert Rose condos. Hooters has not seen renovations in a long time and is also a walk off-strip, but prices cheap. The nice 4 star at a decent rate is usually the Tropicana, and the Luxor and Flamingo are 3.5 star that usually fits a budget.
Circus Circus and Excalibur are cheap, but more for families. Once talking Circ, you may as well take the Stratosphere. The Riviera has also not been renovated, and is North Strip, but sometimes 4 people desiring 2 rooms with 4 total beds, or a larger suite will see its advantage. The Rio is off-strip with a shuttle to Harrah's and a walk to the Palms and has rooms of a good size. It all comes down to looking at bottom line prices including Internet access if you want it, the star rating and reviewer rating at, and the exact location.
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All of them have nice pools, but some are better than others. Best pool at Mandalay Bay as the giant wave pool, and the Tropicana has a beautiful pool, and if in your 20's even though off-strip (and shuttle available), the Hard Rock has the best weekend pool parties:
Tons of photos at this site:

Since rates are changing all the time, and your personal preference of accommodations will count a lot, I suggest you check the offers rather than picking a hotel first.
For example, the Elara Hilton is gorgeous 4.5 star suites, but are one king bed in either the studio, 1 Bedroom, or per bedroom in a two beroom suite. You must consider your bed count, and almost all are 4 people per room max, in two queen beds at most. The Jockey Club as a timeshare open to the public has much lower rates for timeshare members and their guest privilege, but has a 1BR with two queens and a sofabed in a suite with full kitchen and is next to the Cosmopolitan.

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