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Any have a list of hotel that have Fridges

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by vegasmann, Feb 13, 2013.

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  1. vegasmann

    vegasmann Tourist

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    I was wondring if there a list out their that tells what hotels have Fridges.
     
  2. tigershark

    tigershark Low-Roller

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    Standard rooms that I've seen them in were the Riviera and Paris. I would expect all suites to have one.
     
  3. vegasmann

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    thanks stayed at paris and they had them make it a nice stay and would stay there again for that reason
     
  4. Jimbo338

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    www.travel2vegas.com, then I think there is a listing for "Links" and there is an updated list that Sonya posts there. Sorry I cannot give you a link, I'm not smart enough.

    Jimbo338
     
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  6. vegasmann

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    thanks big help much appreciated
     
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    Usually you can ask for one.
    Depending upon where you are staying it may cost you or it may be free.
     
  8. Laura_W

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    I do believe Flamingo GO rooms have a fridge and a coffee maker.
     
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    TI has them, free, in the rooms, NOT a wet bar.
     
  10. Julie888

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    Not always in a GO room. I've never had one.

    All T.I. rooms have had them.

    Most, if not all, rooms in MSS provide a fridge.

    If you need it to store medicine, you can request it. Doubt there is a charge for this.
     
  11. Sonya

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    Jimbo, that link is woefully outdated. I'll keep an eye on this thread and update the page.
     
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    casino royale has them.
     
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    Luxor in the Tower Luxury Suite and the Pyramid Spa Suite or whatever they call it now.
     
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    All suites at Rio have fridges.
     
  15. vegasqc

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    Go room at flamingo for sure and its an empty fridge not one full with overprice stuff
     
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    Monaco suites at Monte Carlo come with fridges, plus a second fridge full of stuff you can buy. Aria's standard rooms have fridges, but they are full of stuff.

    But I am sure all hotels can provide a fridge for your room at a charge, or free if you need it for medicine.

    If you travel a lot and don't want to pay the daily fridge fees you can buy a tiny electric refrigerator that holds a little more than a 6 pack for around $40-60 at places like Walmart, also have seen one that plugs in to the USB port on a computer or laptop that holds one can for $20
     
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    The Jr Suite we had at Cabana Suites last year had one.
     
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    Go rooms at Flamingo definitely have one - I have stayed in them around 10 times & always had a fridge. If you don't have one, then someone destroyed it & they haven't replaced it - call for one. Sometimes in the far corner underneath the nightstand. Also yes - coffeemaker.

    Warning on the GO ones - they can get VERY cold - do not leave medicine near the walls of the fridge (or adjust the temp) - I didn't put my insulin in there the first night as it felt very cold. Lucky! My juice froze solid by morning!! I have taken to wrapping my insulin pens inside of a washcloth or hand towel to keep them from rolling against the walls etc & freezing.

    Warning on the Paris ones - they are the former minibars & consequently do not cool as well as a standard fridge. But they do basically do the trick. If your fridge is labeled to not remove items etc - ignore it. They evidently didn't get labels off all of them. But all weight sensors and all 'for-sale' items have all been removed. You are welcome to use them. And they are available in all rooms.
     
  19. HallOfPromise

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    Does anyone know about Palazzo? I know they don't include them but do they offer them complementary if asked, or do they charge a daily/nightly fee? I have a feeling they charge a fee.
     
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