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Anyone have experience in a Mandalay Bay Panoramic Two Bedroom Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by TheCooler, Aug 5, 2015.

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  1. TheCooler

    TheCooler Professional Gambler and the Best Football Handica

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    From the website, "Modern simplicity and true comfort unite in our expansive 1,450 square foot Two-Bedroom Queen Suite with views of the Las Vegas skyline. With two bedrooms, one with two Queen beds and one with a King bed, and a thoughtfully designed dining and living room featuring a wet bar and luxurious amenities, this suite is the perfect blend for socializing and relaxing with friends."

    There's no floor plan on the website. Does anyone know more about these?
     
  2. RM777

    RM777 Low-Roller

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    akhoya362 Low-Roller

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    This is an X3 suite. I stayed in one over Memorial Day weekend. Not the best suite I've stayed in, but the views are great (especially at night). There's a couch area that can seat 4-6, and a dining room table with a few seats. One bedroom has a single king bed and its own bathroom; the other has two queen beds. Internet was touch and go for a while.

    EDIT: Sounds like MB is redoing all of its rooms, not just the basic rooms. I will say the one thing that would've been better is if they had updated the furniture, which it looks like they're doing now.
     
  5. TheCooler

    TheCooler Professional Gambler and the Best Football Handica

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    I thought it might be, but there is also the X3 available. That's why I thought it was different.
     
  6. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    Floor plan from the website:

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    These rooms are the end caps of the wings.

    The "X3" suites have one king and two queens and are in the "1" wing (points north), which I think would have the best strip view.

    The "Extra Bedroom" suites are the same layout, but have one king in each bedroom. They're in the "2" and "3" wings, with the "2" wing having the better view.
     

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    Hobofrank Prime Minister of Idiocracy

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    stayed in the Penthouse 1500 X3 a few years ago, great views but the wet bar and minibar style fridge are useless and outdated
    we stayed with another couple (4 adults 4 kids total) w/ nanny room down the hallway, same floor

    it was OK, TV in the bathroom mirror was a nice touch but wouldn't stay again
     
  8. Iceicecool

    Iceicecool Low-Roller

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    Delano has a "2 bedroom panoramic suite,' that could be what they were referring to.
     
  9. Chazz

    Chazz Newbie

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    These are great rooms, stayed in them many times. The only issue is that they are all the way at the end of the hallway. Long walk after a long night at the tables. I know, high class problems, eh?
     
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