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30th Birthday Celebration Recomendations

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by chanel3, Jul 25, 2012.

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  1. chanel3

    chanel3 Tourist

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    I am going to LV in March of 2013 to celebrate my 30th birthday:woohoo: Does anyone have any recommendations on what to do or where to stay? Money is not an issue for the hotel due to its my bday but i do prefer mid strip and age appropriate. It will be myself and 3 other friends staying in the hotel room.

    Thanks in Advance!!!
    Chanel
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    mid-strip - Bellagio 2BR Penthouse. however, i'm doing the same thing in 6 weeks and my choice is the 2BR Terrace Skyloft. but the main reason for that is because standard rooms at MGM are cheaper for the rest of my guests. if you don't have to worry about that, the B is perfect.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Do you REALLY mean that money is not an issue?

    There are 20 some hotels on the strip. You can find people that would suggest almost all of them at one point or another. Sure, there are some higher end - Wynn, Bellagio,... but not sure what really fits for you.

    March can see rooms swing by hundreds of dollars per night depending on March Madness, weekends, and conferences.

    WAIT - REWIND!!!!

    4 people in one room, and money is not an issue do not calculate. Why only one room? Putting more than 2 adults in a hotel room to me is painful, awful, etc. etc.
     
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    Mayoman Low-Roller

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    Call Presidential Limo, I think they have package that will take you to all the sights and cruise the strip. Have them stop at a liquor store first. Have fun.
     
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    Its my 30th do yes money is not an issue when i am a planner and have 7 months to save it up. The other people are my siblings so i am used to sharing a room with them LOL and to me it makes things more exciting.thanks though
     
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    Thank you I will definitely look into this!
     
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    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Mid strip and “age appropriate” (for a 30 year old) has Cosmo written all over it.
     
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    Thanks I will have to check the skyloft out at MGM.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    As to 4 adults in one room, and getting a suite. Keep in mind that most suites are one king size bed.

    Have you started to pick dates yet?

    Might as well just book one of these top end places.

    Bellagio, Wynn, Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental.
     
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    Im also celebrating my 30th birthday in vegas and chose to stay at Cosmopolitan.

    Mandalay Bay has a 1500x3 room that has two bedrooms, kitchen and living area for pretty cheap if you want your siblings to be comfortable
     
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    What a great place to celebrate your 30th birthday. I did the same thing last year. Boy now I feel old. Just an idea. Instead of spending big money on one room. Maybe get a one or a couple of nicer rooms (aria corner suite wich is great, Monte Carlo spa suite, or others similar) and use the money you save to go to an awesome diner . Or go crazy at the tables or clubs. If you do Vegas on your 30th birthday the way I and most others do. You won't need your room for much but passing out. Just a thought. Have fun.

    Then again if money isn't an issue you can probably do all that anyways.
     
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