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Coffee pots in Harrah's rooms?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by azplayer, Jul 31, 2013.

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  1. azplayer

    azplayer Tourist

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    I searched back and found an entry from 2010 that said there were coffee pots in the rooms but a lot has changed since then.

    Still coffee pots in Harrah's rooms?
     
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    undathesea Grandissimo

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    I don't know why but this question made me laugh. According to some users over on the TA board, newly renovated rooms have coffee makers in them. I think you have to ask to be "upgraded" to get these rooms though.
     
  3. Keyser Soze

    Keyser Soze Low-Roller

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    Probably not a good idea to use a coffee maker in a Las Vegas hotel.

    I've read too many stories of college kids pissing in them. Saw a few videos too. Beware.
     
  4. Tammy58

    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    Suites and the top priced reg rooms have them, lower class regular rooms do NOT. The ones with a redone room description had them last I knew.
     
  5. azplayer

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    Thanks guys for your answers--appreciated!

    Think we will just take our own, just throw it in the car. I know nobody has pissed it it!!! LOL
     
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    runningonthehub Low-Roller

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    I would NEVER use a coffee pot in a hotel room. You never know what people have done in those pots. I just don't trust people that much and I don't need coffee that much.
     
  7. azplayer

    azplayer Tourist

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    What is the TA board? Trip Advisor?
     
  8. undathesea

    undathesea Grandissimo

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    Yep. Trip Advisor. If you're going to brew in the room, please take your own high-quality coffee with you. I can't stand to imagine someone having to slurp down that crap they leave in the room just to get some caffeine on the cheap!
     
  9. azplayer

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    Of course. We will bring everything as that room coffee is always bad!
     
  10. topcard

    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    Actually, I think (for the first time ever), I'm gonna pack my 4-cup maker and some freshly-ground bean with me on this next trip.
    Thanks for the idea!
     
    Seems like forever from now, but the flights are booked, so it counts!
  11. wpete

    wpete High-Roller

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    Never heard that before but I can imagine it happening. Let's just say for now on.....Starbucks.
     
  12. Tammer

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    That's one thing we never leave home without, as well as a cooler bag so we can keep the real cream in it and not that awful powder stuff. We also make a stop at the drug store and get some fruit and yogurt so there is no need to rush out first thing in the morning to get something to eat. You would be surprised at how much easier it starts the day off when you've had that little bit of caffeine and eats before you strike out for the day.
     
  13. Julie888

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    I scour that coffee pot before using. Also bring my own good coffee and pick up some breakfast food. Starts the day off right.
     
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