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Best suite for the money?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by vegashq, Apr 27, 2013.

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  1. vegashq

    vegashq Tourist

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    Hey everyone,

    Looking to entertain about 30 people or more in a suite. I have looked at the Cosmopolitan Wraparound suite and the MGM balcony suites and the RIO Masquerade Suites.

    Any other suggestions? I would like to stay under $1500 for the night? Looking for the biggest suite i can get on or very close to the strip on a friday night in October.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated

    Vegashq
     
  2. vegasbeth

    vegasbeth Newbie

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    Suite info - mgm

    What a nice problem to solve! :)
    I was just looking for rooms in my MGM offers, in Aug this averaged $1038 over 4 nights (incl) Fri & Sat. ENJOY!

    MGM Skyline Terrace Suite
    Step outside onto your very own patio for amazing views of the Las Vegas Strip. While outside, you can relax and watch TV from your cozy sectional sofa, or host a small gathering, all while taking in the incredible view. Inside, the 1,300 square-foot suites showcase soaring two-story vaulted ceilings. Designed for relaxed living, these suites feature modern and elegant furnishings with an urban flair. For convenience, there’s a downstairs bathroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom opens into a large master bath with makeup vanity, dual sinks, and a separate oversized whirlpool tub and shower.

    Room Amenities
    786-square-foot outdoor patio
    Spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip
    Large separate living and dining areas
    Junior bathroom downstairs
    Master bedroom on second level with large bathroom
    Large flat-screen HD televisions
    Upgraded amenities, including luxurious robes and slippers
    Separate oversized whirlpool tub and shower
    Wireless high-speed internet
    24-hour in-room dining available
     
  3. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    might want to look at the Mirage Villas.
     
  4. Max2589

    Max2589 Low-Roller

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    Masquerade suites at Rio are pretty dilapidated. Move on.

    I don't know if a cosmo wraparound is big enough to entertain
    30 people comfortably. They are pretty great tho.

    They may have hospitality suites....
     
  5. C0usineddie

    C0usineddie VIP Whale

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    youtube has free videos of all these places so you will be able to judge for yourself which will work best.
     
  6. VegasDave

    VegasDave Addicted

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    Quite the crew, not sure MGM would do it, but Mandalay Bay has a huge Media Suite, and i don't think it breaks your budget but don't know your dates.
     
  7. aperez1988

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    I'd definitely recommend that you check out VDARA. You can get the hospitality suite which is about 1800 square feet for about $700-1100 a night. It's not on their website but if you call they will give you details.
     
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    oc_guy Low-Roller

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    Elara (formerly PH Towers) 4 bedroom penthouse. 2,200+ sq ft.
     
  9. Neemtree

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    I had the same problem and this poster is correct you can get a 2 bedroom media suite a Vdara for about 700 a night in August which was a lot better then the other options I looked at. It also has 2 bedrooms and a pull out Queen Sofa Sleeper so you can actually sleep a large number there as well. There's a photo walk through over at Vegas Tripping which gives a nice walk through on what to expect.
     
  10. aperez1988

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    You could also go to youtube and search the room name, you will see a few walk throughs people have done. That's really the best way to get an accurate feel if your going to like the room or not. But trust me the VDARA media / hospitality suites are big and cheap.
     
  11. UTE

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    X2 - and the view up The Strip at night is fantastic.

    Bill
     
  12. Bubbavegas

    Bubbavegas VIP Whale

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    X3 the Media was the first one that came to mind when I read the post. We had a fight viewing party there during UFC100, don't know what it cost but it was definitely big enough and had a great view and amenities
     
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  13. vegashq

    vegashq Tourist

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    Great stuff thanks for all the input!
     
  14. heatherlovesvegas

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    I think all my suggestions are covered. 100% youtube them, and see what works best for you.

    Not sure I'd do Vdara.. I mean that doesn't seem like the place to have 30 people party with you ya know? It's kinda quiet.
     
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