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2 Bedroom Suites on the Strip

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by hornhiyo, May 7, 2014.

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  1. hornhiyo

    hornhiyo Low-Roller

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    Looking for a 2 bedroom suite on the Strip. Preferably with one of the rooms having 2 queens. MLife, Total Rewards, Wynn and Venetian are all in play.

    Anyone know who has such rooms?
     
  2. Jordan

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    I am wiling to bet that ANY >= mid Tier property has two bedroom suites, I can tell you for sure that, Paris, Planet Hollywood, Caesars and Cosmo all have em!
     
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    Stayed at the Cosmo 2 bedroom in March. King bed in one room, two queens in the other.
     
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    touche22 Low-Roller

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    Staying in the X3 suite in July. 2 bedrooms at MB
     
  5. tipdrill

    tipdrill Low-Roller

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    Price range a factor?
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Aria and Bellagio have what you're looking for
     
  7. hornhiyo

    hornhiyo Low-Roller

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    I know I won't get one for $99 :peace:, but i'd like to keep it within reason.
     
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    wigwam_salesman VIP Whale

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    Paris 1 bed suites offer connecting rooms.
     
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    tipdrill Low-Roller

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    One bedroom with a pullout acceptable?
     
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    Signature at MGM I believe has in their top end suite
     
  11. hornhiyo

    hornhiyo Low-Roller

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    Prefer 2 bedroom.
     
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    DeMoN2318 The DERS

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    mariott Grand Chateu
     
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    Geogran OTD Tea Sipper

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    Mlife -Mirage
    - these suite categories have 2 bedroom offerings: Pinnacle, Penthouse, and Tower suites.
    pinnacle has a king bedroom and a 2 queen bedroom - the others have king but not sure if 2 queens option..
    Have stayed in Mirage Penthouse suites which are huge and we'll appointed with amenities similar to Bellagio -modern and chic - we especially appreciate the large dining table and bar seating when entertaining family and friends.
     
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    hornhiyo Low-Roller

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    Thanks for all of the feedback.
     
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    tdhoier Low-Roller

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    The only 2 BR Suite I've ever stayed in with 2 Queens in one room was the X3 @ Mandalay. I know Vdara's Hospitality Suite have versions where there are two double beds in the second bedroom (I'm 'Platinum' on Mlife and that room still runs just under $500/night with the discount(s)).

    All of the other 2 BR's I've stayed at have Kings....but all (aside from any 2 BR Tower or Penthouse at The Mirage) had pullout queen sofa beds.

    The cheapest you would find (in my opinion) are the 2 BR's at The Signature. It's really just a 1 BR Balcony connected with one of their Balcony Deluxe Suites. It's not one big room...it's 2 separate rooms connected with a front entryway.

    You have to call The Signature to book those and, I believe, they would book you the two different rooms under one confirmation number.

    I know that you could also go through a site like tripadvisor and rent one of those 2 Bedrooms out from an actual owner...but I've never really noticed a big price differential with that. I suppose it would be the way to go if they don't charge for 'resort fees'.

    If you're a Mlife member, I would think that property is your cheapest (and best) option.
     
  16. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Real 2 BR suites can be expensive.

    2 Adjoing regular rooms are much less.
     
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