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Can a concierge help?

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by snowg00se, Apr 16, 2014.

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  1. snowg00se

    snowg00se Newbie

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    First off, I'm going to Vegas at the end of May.
    Now I know this isn't everyone's cup of tea but as far as party favors go, can the concierge help?
    If I'm going to be in Vegas, I want to do it right. And if I'm going to party and dance and gamble all night I don't want crappy overpriced Colombian. Anyone have any tips? I also don't want to go to some sketchy part of town, meet some guy in a parking lot etc.
     
  2. TheCanoe

    TheCanoe Low-Roller

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    Noooooooooo

    Especially after that half million that Mandalay Bay just got hit with

    Helping you score just isn't worth a concierge job.

    Nope.
     
  3. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    go to foundation room and the hostes:beer:
     
  4. dankyone

    dankyone VIP Whale

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    This is not my cup of tea, but concierge NO WAY. Bellman/doorman maybe, with great discretion.
     
  5. NYPoker

    NYPoker Tourist

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    The short answer. No.
     
  6. ajonate

    ajonate Low-Roller

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    Without fail, advice from a concierge is tainted. They will send you someplace that will benefit them in some way, either through a kickback or helping a friend, family member, or employer. You're a lot better off asking in this forum than asking a concierge.
     
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