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Balconies on the strip

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by its1mc, Feb 2, 2014.

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  1. its1mc

    its1mc Tourist

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    Is cosmo the only place that offers balconies on the strip?
     
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    TRN High-Roller

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    It looked like some of the rooms at Bills had a small balcony - not sure if that was just the effect from the outside (I never stayed there), or if they really had small balconies. Also not sure if The Cromwell still has those anymore either.

    MGM Grand has new remodeled rooms with the balcony outside (and there is a 2BR SkyLoft at MGM with a big balcony with a hot tub too).
     
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    vokalml Low-Roller

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    Last year I was in my friends harrahs room and it has a tiny one but still could stand and have a drink outside
     
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    Quad

    The rooms at the Quad have balconies.
     
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    It was just the effect from the outside. You could not actually go out there. You could open the window in the shower and stick your head out though!
     
  6. VegasDave

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    I believe the Polo Towers do as well
     
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    Some of the NYNY penthouse suites have balconies.

    The MGM terrace suite has a huge balcony. It's more like a patio.

    Palazzo has a couple high roller rooms with balconies on the roof.

    Not sure if you would count the Signature right off the strip.
     
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    bdautch High-Roller

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    This is true. They put me up there once as long as I was willing to hear out their sales pitch, and the balconies were MAYBE large enough for two people to hang out for a while. They didn't stick out far enough from the building, if you can sort of picture what I mean.
     
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    Bally's Jubilee Suites have balconies.
     
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    Tropicana has balconies with pool views. They are listed as the bungalow rooms, and are recently renovated. Staying there this summer. :beer:
     
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    I very distinctly remember a real walk-out balcony at the Imperial Palace, but I don't think all rooms have it. You could almost get a chair out there. I know a few years back they had a fatality there when somebody fell from one of them. :(

    The old East Tower at the Stardust had very nice walk-out balconies, and I know that some of the suites in the Alexandria Tower at Sahara also had them.
     
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    I'd like to try the trop 1 day, but $100 for a weekday room in July is too much - not that it is too much money, but it is far more than the Go Room at the Flamingo for me.
     
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