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2 bedroom plus plunge Skyloft

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Jennylove59, Mar 15, 2015.

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  1. Jennylove59

    Jennylove59 Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone! Been awhile, but am glad to be back. I am planning a 5 year wedding anniversary trip for next year and came across these suites. Some background. It will be my husband, myself and my parents. We will be staying 4 nights and from what I could tell price wise we are looking at around 5k for the stay. Not really worried about the price, as long as we are getting what we are paying for. I was reading reviews and it looks like it is hard to get the 2 bedroom plus plunge option, which would definitely be a deal breaker for us. Can anyone offer any advice on the lofts? Are they worth the money? Is it hard to get the bedroom plus plunge option. Any advice is much appreciated! Thank you all in advance!

    p.s or any information on skysuites vs. skylofts would be much appreciated as well!
     
  2. Universal

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    They almost always reserve the 2BR with plunge for their big players. You may have a chance to get it during the week, but highly unlikely on the weekend.

    The regular 2BR lofts are still extremely nice and worth the money not just for the room itself but the entire Skyloft experience.
     
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    Sorry, I should have added that we will be there Wednesday thru Sunday. Silly question, but do all the lofts offer a terrace?
     
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    No, only the one with the plunge.
     
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    Unfortunately, that's what I thought. Thank you for confirming that though.
     
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    there's only 2 lofts with the plunge/terrace - 97 and 98.

    they are 4800 sq ft rather than 3000 sq ft for a regular 2BR.

    and the 2BR price you were looking at does not apply.

    they cost the same as the 3BR, so you're looking at about 3-5k per night if you can even book them.

    but they are pretty much always booked by big players.

    if you really want a terrace, look into the 2BR Terrace suites.

    they have 2 of them. it's basically a Terrace suite with a connecting QQ room.
     
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    Thank you, I will look into those!
     
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    Even if you could book 97 or 98 you would run the risk of being bumped should a big player come in on short notice.
     
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    Thank you for the information everyone! I guess the search continues :-(
     
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