Motel 6 Las Vegas - Boulder Highway
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Motel 6 is a perfect place to stay if you want to make the most of Las Vegas but you are on a budget and cannot afford to stay in a luxurious hotel. It is located right on the Strip which allows you to walk everywhere you will want to go. The staff are very helpful and kind. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a cheap option where to sleep after a busy day in Sin City!
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