Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by vegasmann, Feb 13, 2013.
I was wondring if there a list out their that tells what hotels have Fridges.
Standard rooms that I've seen them in were the Riviera and Paris. I would expect all suites to have one.
thanks stayed at paris and they had them make it a nice stay and would stay there again for that reason
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.
thanks big help much appreciated
Usually you can ask for one.
Depending upon where you are staying it may cost you or it may be free.
I do believe Flamingo GO rooms have a fridge and a coffee maker.
TI has them, free, in the rooms, NOT a wet bar.
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.
Jimbo, that link is woefully outdated. I'll keep an eye on this thread and update the page.
casino royale has them.
Luxor in the Tower Luxury Suite and the Pyramid Spa Suite or whatever they call it now.
All suites at Rio have fridges.
Go room at flamingo for sure and its an empty fridge not one full with overprice stuff
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
The Jr Suite we had at Cabana Suites last year had one.
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.
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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