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Best rooms at the Plaza

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by rotweiler, Jul 18, 2014.

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  1. rotweiler

    rotweiler Newbie

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    Hi,

    We are planning to stay down town this year (we normally stay at the Orleans or Gold Coast). We are thinking of staying at the Plaza but have heard some rooms are better than others there. Please share any advice or tips when booking / staying at the Plaza. We are going to be there between the 12th and 25th September this year.

    P.S. How good is the pool / sun bathing area?

    Thanks
     
  2. prodaddy

    prodaddy Tourist

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    We recently stayed in the tower closest to the hotel and rooms were quite good with modern furnishings etc. obviously the rooms facing fremont would be good for viewish stuff.....the pool? Disappointing. Could be so much better but brutal lazy staff and dirty surroundings....but decent sun/shade mix.
     
  3. aliasyoshi

    aliasyoshi Low-Roller

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    Have recently stayed in both North and South Tower rooms. Rooms were very, very similar after the update. I prefer the North just because it is closer to the front desk and coming in from Fremont. But totally loved the South tower as well. Very quiet and didn't hear the train in back as some complain of from time to time.
     
  4. Eldon

    Eldon Low-Roller

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    North tower also has much stronger WIFI signal. Might have just been random luck but my South Tower signal has been consistently weak.
     
  5. marksind

    marksind Low-Roller

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    Depends on your priorities. If you want minimal noise, go for south tower, south side, up and east end (away from train tracks). North tower, east side is really noisy due to the FSE stage across the street. We've stayed there five times since the remodel. Only time we wish we hadn't was when we were in the north tower facing the FSE. Loud til at least 2 am.
     
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    Foos Low-Roller

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    feadolphus Newbie

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    Hi. I agree that preference would be a key factor in choosing your room choice. Give me a call and we can discuss more. :)
     
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