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Diamond Suite Monte Carlo

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by masterwilde, Apr 15, 2015.

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  1. masterwilde

    masterwilde Tourist

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    Can anyone tell me what there are like. I am booked there in a few weeks for the 2 room suite but i see online alot of people complain about these suites
     
  2. dreric

    dreric Low-Roller

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    I haven't stayed in one, but I would definitely go to youtube and see the videos that have been posted.
     
  3. rvallez6

    rvallez6 Low-Roller

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    I stayed in one, i thought it was pretty good. The furniture isn't the best, but there is plenty of space. One of the best things about them as well is that they are right off the elevator. There are 2 diamond suites per floor i believe, and they are right off the elevator. There is a wet bar area, and we used that for drinking in the room, worked very well. How many people are going to be staying in the suite?
     
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    kboltwkreations Low-Roller

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    Heres my review from December:

    12-09-2014, 03:34 PM #1 kboltwkreations kboltwkreations is online now
    Monte Carlo disappointment
    Just got back from our annual NFR trip to Vegas. We try to stay somewhere different each year we go, last year we were at Aria.
    Since we found ourselves going over to Monte Carlo to play quite a bit last year, we decided to give it a try.

    BIG MISTAKE.

    We were booked in the DIAMOND SUITE for 4 nights. We were not expecting luxury of some of the higher end hotels and I knew these suites would be dated, but I was shocked that they have let these rooms go like they have. Arrived to find the headboard completely off the wall and just propped up behind the bed, mildew and mold in the shower. Also minor compared to these things, but they do not offer 24 hr room service and have really bad hours at their other food locations.

    We moved to the Delano as quick as poosible. Very nice update to THE hotel. Thank goodness for having somewhere to go. Dont think I will be giving the lower end MLife properties another look.
     
  5. Tammy58

    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    We stayed in one last April and it was fine for our needs. I do agree that it depends on what you are comparing it to. They are in dire need of upgrading. Ours was clean and we were comfortable but I am guessing they were last done in 1980/1990's. Not glitzy or over the top by any means. New Ziggurat's at NYNY, Tower Suite at Mirage are both nicer. You do however get 1.5 baths, large wetbar w/ fridge, dining table, couch w/ 1 chair. Big tub and plenty of room to spred out. I have a report here under TR's from last year and I have a video on youtube ( KnKsgram is my name there ) The reason I posted the video on youtube was due to the fact that I found it hard to find a recent video of the suite. If you are not expecting Aria, Bellagio quality the room will be just fine. They are located close to the elevators and we found it quiet. The price is also very reasonable for a full 2 room 1.5 suite. Depending of course on your dates. Same size room with same amenities will cost you much more at Aria, Bellagio, MGM.
     
  6. vegasvic

    vegasvic VIP Whale

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    This is something I do anytime I'm considering staying in a room I haven't stayed in before. There are almost always video tours out there.
     
  7. warmsun

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    Isn't the Club 21 or Floor 21 whatever at Monte Carlo? I heard that it's much nicer than the main hotel..
     
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    Yeah, Hotel32 is the top floor of MC. Never stayed there, but the rooms look really nice from what I've seen online.
     
  9. abileneblues

    abileneblues Low-Roller

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    We stayed in one about a year and a half ago. Like most said, it was clean but dated. The furniture and bed are almost comfortable. The placement of the rooms are great for getting in/out. The major thing missing in the room's bar is a microwave. As I recall, it did have a Keurig and decent tips will have housekeeping leaving you more than enough k-cups.

    When we were checking in, I talked to a manager. Our room was initially showing as off-line. He said they keep trying to do updates but kept being too booked to take blocks of rooms off-line. They did seem pretty booked when we were there, but I don't know if they have done any refreshes since then.
     
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