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Best huge suites options

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Grkbella03, Jan 15, 2015.

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  1. Grkbella03

    Grkbella03 Newbie

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    I've been thinking to get a huge suite for my 30th birthday this year for July 21st in Vegas. I'm considering a 2 bedroom suite at least to accommodate a group of 3-4, but have the room big enough to have a party if needed. Whats the best suggestions for big suites for something like that? I don't really want to stay in one where I might get in trouble for being too loud. Last time I was in Vegas, Encore was pretty awesome for that but the 2 bedroom apt looks crazy expensive but I don't see prices online. I'm considering to stay for 2 nights with a budget of $3000 maximum total for the suite. So far from what I've seen online and liked are Mirage Lanai, Encore 2 bedroom apt, Caesars Palace Absolute Suite, Mandalay Bay X3 Suite - I also saw 2 bedroom sky lofts at MGM but it doesn't seem like a good place for being crazy. Any opinions/suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Marque terrace suite at MGM. I don't think they are two bedroom, but you can get a connecting room with it. The terrace is great for parties
     
  3. firstkill

    firstkill High-Roller

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    Being loud is tough in any place.

    im not sure if a 2 bedroom MGM skyloft is in that price range if its the weekend.
    I would try Aria 2bdrm sky suite or Cosmo wrap around suite with the connector room
    MB room seems to be a little dated. Otherwise I would go there, or Planet Hollywood.
     
  4. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    Aria 2 br sky suite is the way to go. Definitely within your budget.

    Cosmo ph and mgm have more of a party atmosphere. The sky suites have their own elevator and is more low key.
     
  5. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED !địt mẹ!

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    Here's another vote for PHo Boulevard Suite...
    Aaron5 had one a while back, and it was pretty slick for 3-4 people, and the main room could hold 10-15 easily...
     
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    The X3 at MB is very small for a 2 bedroom suite. The 2 bedroom sky suites, while nice and big, has a wall that divides the living room from the dining room...great if some of the group wants to talk in one room while everyone else is loud in the other. The 2 bedroom suite/penthouse at Mirage is just as big as Aria, but the dining room and living room is one large room, so you get more space to move around. I have never stayed in any of the others you mentioned, so can't comment on those.
     
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    lotso-bear VIP Whale

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    If you're willing to stay at a non-casino hotel, the Elara has a 4BR Suite.
     
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    2 bedroom Marquee suite is great. It is also the last room on the wing, so you can be pretty loud without disturbing anyone. Great for parties. You can see more pictures in my May 2014 trip report.

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    The 2 bedroom Skyloft is amazing! And it is rock solid - you do not hear a thing from the neighbors. In fact, they showed us how to make the music the loudest possible by turning the speakers in theTV area to face out into the living room. We cranked it to the limit, and no one seemed to have a problem. You just need to be careful about lots of traffic coming and going creating disturbance in hallways or Skyloft lobby. You also have to escort everyone (need keycard access to get to the floor). You can see lots of pictures of the 2 bedroom skyloft in my July and October 2014 trip reports.
     
  9. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Where have you stayed in the past? Do you have any decent theo anywhere? Where would you like to stay/play/eat?

    These answers often result in different answers.
     
  10. pleepleus

    pleepleus 2016 - The monkey is back

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    I don't think he'll be able to pull a bedroom skyloft for $1500 a night in the middle of summer.
     
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    The Mirage suites were really nice!!!
     
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    Cosmo Wraparound was perfect for a party of about 20 people for us, could have easily fit 10 more and still been comfortable and the views are some of the best on the strip (we had 59th floor with Northeast corner)
     
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    I would love to stay at the wraparound suite - Since I've stayed at Encore, I always wanted to try out Cosmo. I've heard nothing but great things about this hotel and that it's also great for a party atmosphere. Is it possible to get connecting queen rooms with the wraparound suite? Can anyone speak on that from experience? That probably would be my first and best option.

    Boulevard Suite at PH looks like a great party atmosphere but I don't see how many bedrooms it has? Anyone know?

    For others saying I'm a he, I'm actually a she. Lol.

    For someone asking what I'm planning on doing while I'm there. I'm only thinking 2 nights but during the week instead of a weekend since my birthday falls on a weekday. SO all the suites I mentioned fall within budget. My first night I definitely want to hit up either XS or Marquee. Second night I was just thinking hotel party. Trying to stay away from the casino from gambling by partying instead...I never have good luck at the casinos there lol As for food, Cosmo looks have to have all the great food options as well.
     
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    Two ACTUAL bedrooms...
     
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    I am not sure how much it costs, but maybe ask Hunter. I think he mentioned a suite with stripper poles at PH. I am sure they wouldn't mind that you get loud if they put those in. Also not sure who is in the group. I have stayed in an Augustus suite in Caesars and it was huge along with a Sienna suite in V/P (1200 sq. ft.), but they seem to be more for older crowd and not designed for younger scene.
     
  16. geoff

    geoff Low-Roller

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    same with the encore 2bed apt. unless you have some kind of big discount.. you would be lucky to get a salon suite + connecting room for $1500 a night
     
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    The Vdara has a couple of different layouts for their 2 BR Penthouses (that is excluding the Hospitality Suites). If you could get them to book the type that is at the end of the hall, that would be the best scenario for you. Not only is it easily the best view (basically panoramic from N to S excluding Paris and Cosmopolitan), but the living room / kitchen area is pushed all the way to the far end / away from the hallway. We usually get this room when we go out there and have never had a noise complaint in four-five years.

    I would only recommend that room type because the other rooms are bordering other rooms in some form or fashion.

    I'm a big fan of the Trump 2 BR Pents as well. I'll be there Super Bowl Weekend and will post some pictures, but we've stayed there twice before and have never had any issues with noise whether it was us being drunk or someone else being drunk. These would fit your budget, but they tend to be a little more expensive than Vdara and the Vdara is definitely a better location, all things considered.

    I'd stay away from The Mirage and Mandalay for sure. Mandalay's X2 / X3 Suites are at the end of the wings, but the walls are foamcore thin and they patrol that noise factor in both resorts (from my experience).

    Good luck.
     
  18. davidcyndi

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    Hotel 32 at Monte Carlo. You should check it out there are a ton of things that come with it when you rent the room. Limo, concierge, food, drinks etc...
     
  19. tial

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    Cosmo wrap around with connecting room is alright....i would check out the Mirage 2 bedroom suite/penthouse.
     
  20. Frasman

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    Bang on about the Vdara. I would recommend the 2 Bedroom Hospitality Suite though. It's a little bit more money, but you get a much larger living room/dining room. The floorplan that we stayed at has about 500 square feet larger than the largest 2 bedroom Loft (which has the 2nd largest floorplan), but was only on the 50th floor, rather than the penthouse.
     
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