Bing Travel’s Hotel Rate Indicator tool help you figure out whether the hotel rate you’re being offered is a deal or not. It doesn’t project whether the cost of a room’ll go up or down on the dates you want to stay; instead, it compares the current rates to past rates for that hotel, helping you buy with confidence. Here’s how it works. From Bing Travel, search hotels in Las Vegas for your dates. On results page, you can filter by number of stars, amenities, brand or geographical location. Then, click “open map” to see a visual layout of the available hotels for your selections. In the pict, yellow coloring shows “average rate”, green coloring – the Rate Indicator says is a “deal,” with an average price of $239/night. And red is marked as “not a deal,” with an average rate of $319. Mouse over each property and you’ll see the specific prices.