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Comped at more than our usual places... which one to choose????

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by btodd, Jan 20, 2015.

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  1. btodd

    btodd High-Roller

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    My Mom and I travel to Vegas frequently. Always seem to end up back at Flamingo as we are comped. I just checked our March dates and are now comped at CP, PH, Paris, Flamingo, Bally's, Harrahs and the Linq.

    My Mom has some mobility issues so we like the location of Flamingo. I would like to try one of the "higher end" properties though. These are all in the lowest category rooms of course. I did upgrade to Flamingo GO room though.

    Comments?? Suggestions??
     
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    TheCooler Professional Gambler and the Best Football Handica

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    Which tower at CP?
     
  3. btodd

    btodd High-Roller

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    Roman
     
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    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    Paris is a pretty good choice for mobility.. If given those choices, I'd pick either PH or Caesars, considering the room quality.
     
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    tinytim Low-Roller

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    For something different, I'd try the new rooms in Jubilee Tower at Ballys....oh wait a minute...I AM! 42 sleeps hahaha. I don't recommend Caesars to anyone with Mobility issues. The place is laid out kind of long and more narrow, so lots of walking, or rent a scooter. The new rooms at Linq intrigue me but I like the pool at Ballys due to the deep end it has.
     
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    btodd High-Roller

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    Thanks all. I agree that Caesars seems to spread out for me.
    Here are the rooms I have been offered.
    Caesars............Roman Tower
    Flamingo...........Fab room
    PH...........Hollywood
    Harrahs...........Classic
    Paris..............Luxury
    Bally's.........Indigo
    Linq...........Deluxe

    I keep wondering about the new rooms at Linq as well..............such fun decisions to make! Look forward to any other advice. Early March so I don't think the pool will be an issue.
     
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    guapoxxx High-Roller

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    I'd go with Paris (Luxury). It's a very nice hotel and easy to move around in. Mobility issues shouldn't be a problem there.
     
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    I like Paris for ease of getting around. I tend to stay there when I take my mom but at CP when I go with my sister or my husband.
     
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    I've stayed at most of these hotels (except bally's and linq) and would recommend Paris!

    Very easy to rent a scooter there from the concierge!
     
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    I agree that Paris is fairly easy to navigate from a layout perpective. However, they also have that cobblestone which might be a problem for someone with mobility issues.
     
  11. btodd

    btodd High-Roller

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    thanks all for your replies. Cobblestones will be fine..................long distances, not so much these days!
     
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