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2 queen and 1 king bed suite?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by farscapevr6, Feb 5, 2014.

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  1. farscapevr6

    farscapevr6 Tourist

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    Looking for à suite from 25th of may till 30th of may.

    Reason for à suite is we traveler with à party of three but my brother is à very very very loud snorrer lol.

    So it would be THE best think if we can get à 2 bedroom suite but i like my Dad but sharing à king bed is pushing it :)

    Steen THE 2 bedroom suites at mirage, do they come with queen beds ( seen THE hospitality ons do but prefer à high level room)

    Budget is around 2200 for THE 5 nights.

    Ty
     
  2. RiddickBull

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    Some of the 2-BR penthouse suites at Bellagio have 1 king and 2 queens. Another idea is getting a 1-BR suite with a connector room with 2 queens. I believe Aria has this in the skysuites. The X3 suite at MB has what you are looking for also, which may fall into your budget.

    If you are staying the weekend, prices will shoot up. 1 night on the weekend could cost half of your budget for a 2-BR penthouse.

    Not sure about Mirage.
     
  3. SH0CK

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    The Hospitality Suites at Mirage are pretty nice and, if I'm not mistaken, are on just about every floor. I know the 2BR Penthouse and Tower Suites only have king beds (2 total.) Personally, I would go the Hospitality Suite route if I needed 3 beds and just ask for as high a floor as they can put you on.

    Another option could be Elara next door to Planet Hollywood. They have 3 BR suites that may still fit your budget.
     
  4. farscapevr6

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    Bellagio is too high i think,

    Tyty for Looking:)
     
  5. worldtraveler661

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    The best deal as far as a 2br suite on the major hotels would be Mandalay Bay from my research.

    Of course certain days will shoot up the price if theres something crazy going on in town at that time.

    The X3 2 br unit is the best combo there. Sun to Thurs, it actually averages out to $400 nite. But its the Fri that is killer. It ends up being $1300 a nite for fri. So you see how much different it becomes. If youre willing to spend a bit more at around $2800 then this is the one.


    For 2200, you're not going to get something thats going to be in the major hotels. Look into Grandview next to Southpoint. Its like a timeshare property but its huge and feels like a hotel anyway. We got 1600 sq ft 2br, 2 kitchens, 2 living rooms for $300 each nite last year.

    Everywhere else you wont get $2200 all week for that big of a unit.
     
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    Honestly, If I were you since theres only 3 of you. I"d just get 2 separate rooms. Easier to find that and more options on where you can stay.
     
  7. redsdog

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    I have a very similar Travel situatuion when we go to Vegas - three guys all travelling together.

    Aria Sky Suites have exactly what you want but you will be tight for budget.

    Mandalay Bay x3 suite the same.

    What we do is a Suit with connecting Queen Room - so both rooms get the benefit of the foyer / living area of the suite but you have two individual bedrooms. That gives you loads of hotels within your budget.

    We have just booked Aria Corner suite with Connecting Queen room for this trip.

    Reds
     
  8. Chuck2009x

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    2 bedroom HOSPITALITY suite at Mirage

    2 bedroom City Suite at Cosmopolitan

    A regular room connected to a Bella Suite at Palazzo (or any other hotel where they have a regular king bed room connected to a 2 queens)
     
  9. farscapevr6

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    Well, we booked 2 Bella suites at THE venetian.
    Hope they are next to eachother.

    Any tips for there?
    We booked via expedia, Any chance on à (20$ trick or 50 or more ) upgrade at checking in and what should i ask for?
     
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    You are better off with 2 rooms in my opinion. 2 bedroom suites are usually a lot more money. Not many places you can get a 2 bedroom for under $400 a night.

    Those rooms are great. They are nice suites. You should be happy. You don't need to tip at the Venetian, there isn't much to really upgrade too, unless you want a view or to maybe move to Palazzo... I'd call ahead and have them note you would like to be near each other.
     
  11. farscapevr6

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    Thank you for THE advice
     
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