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Student Housing Las Vegas

Book your student housing Las Vegas easily with Casita. There are many student-friendly neighbourhoods with plenty of student housing options to choose from. Our student housing options include single rooms, shared rooms, flats, studios, en-suites, and more. Casita’s student homes have all the amenities you need, including Wi-Fi, on-site laundry, secure bike storage, an on-site gym, a games area, and many more. Also, they are very well located across the city because they are mere minutes away from the city centre. Simply contact our accommodation experts team, which is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

About Las Vegas

Las Vegas, or simply Vegas, is a popular city in the state of Nevada. It is famous for being a resort city where there’s shopping, entertainment, fine dining, and nightlife. It is often referred to as “the entertainment capital of the world." 

Las Vegas is a Spanish word meaning “The Meadows," referring to the city’s wide grass fields and its desert springs. The city’s full history dates back to about 10,000 years ago, when nomadic Paleo-Indians settled in the city. Las Vegas is one of the most popular destinations among tourists from all over the world. It has a rich cultural heritage, high-quality educational institutions, and a plethora of entertainment venues, making it the perfect combination for university students. Las Vegas is also one of the fastest-growing cities in America.

Suburbs in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has a number of suburbs and neighbourhoods that students can call home during their stay in the city. As a student, you can book student housing Las Vegas in a variety of different areas that differ in traffic, transportation, amenities, and location with respect to your university of choice. Below are some of the most prominent areas to live in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  1. Paradise

This is an ideal neighbourhood for those seeking fun and adventure in the city! The majority of the famous Las Vegas Strip is located within this suburb. Additionally, this is a great suburb for students to live in as it houses the University of Nevada. A number of dining, entertainment, and shopping venues can be found in this neighbourhood for your convenience! 

  1. Boulder City

Located near Hoover Dam, this is one of the smallest suburbs in Las Vegas. Boulder City is great for lovers of nature and the outdoors; there are plenty of outdoor activities to get up to there, including white-water rafting, antiquing, and touring old gold mines. It is also a great place for students to live! 

  1. North Las Vegas

Home to the North Las Vegas Campus of the College of Southern Nevada, this suburb attracts its fair share of student residents. This neighbourhood is fun, youthful, and eventful, with everything from live shows to hiking trails, sand dunes, and lots of adventure! 

  1. Sunrise Manor

This neighbourhood is filled with entertainment and work opportunities! Students, young professionals, and even families can easily reside in this area and have access to everything they might need daily. Adventure lovers would also enjoy their time there and get up to as many outdoor activities as they want! 

Cost of Living in Las Vegas

Although Las Vegas is famed for its luxury and glam, surprisingly, it is really affordable compared to other cities in the US. The cost of living in the city is 6% lower than the national average. The estimated cost of living in Las Vegas is around 1,014.8 dollars; this is set to cover your basic living expenses, including food, groceries, transportation, and even entertainment. This does not, however, include rent. 

Transportation in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has many transportation methods, including buses, taxis, and the monorail. Bus services are operated by the RTC, which offers many bus routes throughout the city. Fees for bus rides are determined according to the travel time. You may also use the mobile application to track your bus and buy transit passes. 

As for taxi services, they are considered the best way to get around the city, and you may catch one anywhere around the city. You may also use private taxi services like Uber and Lyft. The Monorail is another means of transportation in Las Vegas; it operates along the Strip between the MGM Grand and Sahara Avenue. Monorails run every four to eight minutes and cost around $5 for single rides.

Life in Las Vegas

Las Vegas has the best of both worlds: education and leisure. The city is the best when it comes to exciting locations, entertainment options on a budget, and outdoor activities. As the world's entertainment capital, there is never a dull moment in Las Vegas! Casinos, clubs, theatres, concert venues, and so much more are at your disposal 24/7; some of them even offer student discounts! 

The weather in Las Vegas is great most of the year, with 310 days of sunshine. Additionally, owing to the fact that Las Vegas is one of the most popular tourist destinations in America, it has very intensive security measures to ensure the safety of the people. For this reason, Las Vegas is one of the safest cities in the state, round the clock.

Attractions in Las Vegas

As the entertainment capital, there are plenty of fun things to do in Las Vegas and many great places to see. The city has a rich history, a rich cultural heritage, and a thriving arts and entertainment scene. There is always something to do or see in the city of Las Vegas. Attractions in Las Vegas fit a variety of different people with varying interests. 

Here are some of the city’s top attractions you should check out during your stay in Las Vegas!

  1. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

This is the ideal place in Las Vegas to go for a hike on its many trails and witness the natural scenery and maybe even spot some flora or wildlife in their natural habitat. 

  1. Fountains of Bellagio

This Las Vegas attraction is one of the most ambitious and complex water features ever conceived, and it’s 100% free for any visitor to enjoy. No performance is like the next. Every time you see it, it’s a unique experience! 

  1. The Mob Museum

This is the National Museum of Organised Crime and Law Enforcement. It aims to further the public's understanding of organised crime’s history and impact on American society. The Museum offers a provocative, contemporary look at these topics through hundreds of artefacts and interactive exhibits.

  1. Stratosphere Tower

SkyPod is an iconic fixture of the world-famous Las Vegas skyline and was recently awarded the 2020 Travellers' Choice award. It features an internationally acclaimed restaurant and allows you to watch over the Las Vegas skyline and enjoy the view from above. 

  1. Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden

Each season, the talented Horticulture and Engineering teams at this attraction work on transforming the 14,000-square-foot Botanical Gardens into a showcase of inspiring sights, sounds, scents, and colours. With every season change, the displays change, so you’ll have some beautiful scenery to enjoy no matter when you go!

  1. Hoover Dam Bypass

Located between Nevada and Arizona, the Hoover Dam is one of Las Vegas’s most famous attractions and part of the city’s history. 

  1. Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

This attraction houses over 250 authentic artefacts recovered from the wreck site of the Titanic, as well as extensive recreations of some of the most famous rooms from the ship, making this an educational and entertaining experience to partake in while in Las Vegas.

  1. The LINQ Promenade

This is one of the most famous hotels in Las Vegas that provides stellar service and has a rather fun promenade to stroll through and even shop!

Universities in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is home to a number of the country’s top-ranked universities and world-renowned learning institutions. Casita offers a range of options for student housing Las Vegas near these universities. Check them out!

  1. University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • One student accommodation option is offered by Casita within a 17-minute walking distance from the university.

  • MGM Grand Monorail Station train station is within a nine-minute car ride from the university. NB University Ctr before Twain bus station is a one-minute walk from the university, and the Las Vegas bus station is a 13-minute drive. 

  • Nearby places of interest: FlyOver Las Vegas, High Roller, and Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck.

  1. College of Southern Nevada

  • Casita has a student accommodation option to offer that is within walking distance from the college.

  • Sahara Las Vegas train station is a 16-minute car ride from this college. NB Campus at CSN Cheyenne Campus bus station is a four-minute walk away, and WB Cheyenne before Campus bus station is also a four-minute walk.  

  • Nearby places of interest: Observation Deck, SlotZilla Zipline, and Vegas Vic - Famous Neon Cowboy Sign.

Nearby Cities

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Las Vegas, Casita offers student accommodation in these other cities in the USA: Chicago, Berkeley, Columbia, Boston, Denver, Detroit, Washington, New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, San Francisco, Sacramento, and New Haven.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Check out these answers to common questions and go to Help Centre for more details.


When should I start looking for Las Vegas student housing?

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Starting your search for student housing in Las Vegas early is recommended. The earlier, the better. Also, Casita is there to help you with most of the steps; the room type, the amenities provided, the location, and the proximity to your university.


Are there short-term stays in Las Vegas?

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Yes, but you should check the availability of your Las Vegas student accommodation of choice during your desired period. You can also refer to a Casita accommodation expert to help you find accommodation that accepts short-term stays.


How much rent does a student pay for accommodation in Las Vegas?

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The average monthly cost for student housing in Las Vegas starts from around $800 and can go up to $1,800 for bigger houses or properties. This mainly depends on the room type, the provider, the location, and the amenities offered at the property.


How do I pay for my student room in Las Vegas?

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Payment can be made via net banking or through your debit card. We also have our own payment portal at Casita, where we can assist you with the entire payment process!


Can I pay my Las Vegas student housing rent in instalments?

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Yes, you can pay your rent in instalments. However, some providers may require you to have a USA guarantor. Refer back to your accommodation expert for further help on the matter.

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