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2 bedroom suite with 2 beds in each room on the strip??

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by BKCallaway83, Oct 18, 2013.

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  1. BKCallaway83

    BKCallaway83 Tourist

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    Looking for a penthouse/suite that has two rooms with two beds each on the strip. Seems like Vdara has one but don't want the extra 5 minute walk to Aria to gamble or eat.

    Open to any and all suggestions

    Thanks
     
  2. Jordan

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    I think Planet Hollywood has a suite that will work...:

    http://www.planethollywoodresort.com/hotel.suites.html
     
  3. ex507

    ex507 Low-Roller

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    Planet Hollywood Panorama suite has two bedrooms but i do not know if they are available with 2 queens each.
     
  4. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

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    Don't know about both rooms having 2 beds each, but you may be able to get a Tower 2bedroom Suite at Bellagio or Mirage where the second room has 2 queens. I think you basically have to find a hotel that has one bedroom suites where you can have a second room connector. The Marquus Suite at MGM may have 2 beds in one of the rooms as well. Also maybe some Executive Hospitality suites. Your best bet is to go to the website of the hotels you like and check out the floorplans.
     
  5. JustNgo

    JustNgo Low-Roller

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    Are you sure about Vdara having 2 beds in each bedroom? Their floorplan online shows 1 bed/room. It's pretty rare to have more than 1 bed/room in even 1 bedroom suites (with the exception of base level suites like THEhotel). I've never seen a 2 bedroom suite with 4 beds.
     
  6. UTE

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    Heck, why not get with staff and have a room arranged to your specs? I've had it done before. The higher-end hotels are used to such requests, especially when dealing with suites.

    Bill
     
  7. worldtraveler661

    worldtraveler661 VIP Whale

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    Its gonna be hard finding one with 2 queens in each one. I've stayed at Vegas hundred plus times and I've searched yearly for something like that.

    The closest I've found that has the best and most sleeping space is the Mandalay Bay X3 suite.
    1st room has a king.
    2nd has 2 queens.
    plus the L shaped couch area on the living room.

    I think the Marriott Grand Chateau may have a 2queen, 1 King combo as well. But I cant confrim, its been awhile since I looked that up.

    Most 2br combos will only have 1 king in each one.
     
  8. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Here we go again.

    Almost all suites have a King in the main bedroom.

    Also, you can often find a better deal on a suite with a connecting room, vs getting a 2 BR suite. There are not that many of those, and they are often held out for the casino, vs selling them.


    Tell us a bit more about what you are trying to do, and folks here are VERY helpful, but you need to help them/us help you.
     
  9. Malibugolfer

    Malibugolfer High-Roller

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    This is such a common question. Casinos don't want large groups in their upper end rooms. Groups in town for Bachelorette parties, March Madness and such are not what most places want in their suites.
    You can look at V/P Bella Suites that have 2 queens in each room and get connecting (not adjoining) so you'll have 2 rooms and 2 baths. And you'll also have a casino which almost all the condo places do not have.
     
  10. jamon7

    jamon7 Low-Roller

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    The Mirage has a 2 bedroom penthouse suite. We have stayed in it before. I loved it because it has private elevators to like the top 4 floors I think. it was nice.
     
  11. jamon7

    jamon7 Low-Roller

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    The square ft on that is around 1600 at The Mirage.
     
  12. tdhoier

    tdhoier Low-Roller

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    Pay momma and get the 3 BR Suite at Trump.

    Otherwise, Mandalay Bay's 1500 X3 is the closest thing you're going to find (1 King and 2 Queens in the 2nd room).

    You can request a 2 BR at The Signature and it's a 1 BR connected with a Deluxe. 2 beds and there's a pullout Queen sofa bed.

    Vdara's 2 BR Penthouse, 2 story 2 BR Penthouse and Hospitality Suites all have just 1 King per room, but do have a Queen pull out sofa.

    Save $1500 and get 2 rooms next to eachother at the Luxor or something.

    Good luck.
     
  13. Iceicecool

    Iceicecool Low-Roller

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    I just stayed in a suite with 2 rooms and 2 queens in each room at Planet Hollywood. The Panarama Suite. But most Panarama Suites are 2 Q's and 1 K, but they have a FEW with 2 Q's in both rooms. I believe the room number was 3101 but I could be wrong. You have to call and speak to someone in marketing to book the room, you cannot do it online.

    Another option is Elara - Hilton grand Vacations, they even have a suite with 4 bedrooms.
    Todd
     
  14. JustNgo

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    The question is what hotel has 2 bedroom suites with 2 bed per bedroom (4 beds total). The Mirage rooms have 2 bedroom suites with 1 bed each.
     
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    Yeah I forgot about the number of beds. Well get a couple of air mattresses then.
     
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    Actually, the Mirage Hospitality Suite has one king in the master and two queens in the adjoining room. The couch is good-sized, but I do not believe it folds out, so you would be one bed short. A rollaway could probably be arranged, however.

    http://www.mirage.com/hotel/hospitality-suite.aspx
     
  17. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    And, as usual, we all trip all over ourselves trying to help the OP, but still do not know what the situation is?

    Why they need extra beds. What sort of get together. Are they compable level players. What casinos they prefer or dislike. What is the budget. What are the dates.

    Hello to Original Poster: Help us help you.
     
  18. BKCallaway83

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    I have a group of 10 people going. It's for two nights for fri/sat night. It seems like mandalay bay 3x might be the only way to go. Would only like to stay with Mlife properties.
     
  19. dfalk

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    Why not just get 3 rooms with 2 queen beds and save a bunch of money?
     
  20. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Why not get 3-5 rooms depending on sleeping arrangements, and skip the suite thing. Maybe get one suite if you want to have a central meeting place. Unless you are going out to party on the strip.

    Before picking M-Bay - think about where you will be eating, shopping, dining, gambling, clubbing, etc. (none was mentioned, so we are guessing).

    I love M-Bay, but depending on what you are doing, it might not be the best choice due to location.

    Oh yea - Fri/Sat nights are the more expensive nights for just about any hotel in Vegas.

    Again, ... tell us more and we will help.
     
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