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Drais rooftop dayclub/nightclub noise question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by zolar31, May 25, 2014.

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  1. zolar31

    zolar31 Low-Roller

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    I would think that club noise becomes an issue in some of the Flamingo's rooms. And maybe some of the Cosmo's rooms.
    I know the club has only been open a couple of days, but can anyone comment.
    Staying at the Flamingo in a week. Thank you
     
  2. Suekel

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    I'm a bit concerned about this if we get a North Tower room at Bally's when we check in tonight. It's an open air club, so I'd think the noise would carry.
     
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    I would imagine it will be loud in Bally's and Flamingo for sure... Ask for a non-strip facing room would be your best bet.

    A couple years ago we had to switch rooms at PH because Cosmo had a super loud pool party. Also at Mandalay Bay I could hear the pool concert loud and clear from my room there.
     
  4. macker69

    macker69 Canadian Ambassador for Sully's Bar

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    Staying at flamingo Friday will be slipping the clerk $20 for a go room hopefully with a view. I don't go to bed til after the club is closing down, but if I happen to go to bed earlier I will be too drunk to care. If I hear anything I will report back
     
  5. Tammy58

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    I agree that it will probably be a game changer. We are the type who actually go to bed at a normal hour in Vegas. The south view was my favorite at the F...if I stay there again it will be a Go Deluxe for me. For us it will be bad, for others it may be great...like everything else in Vegas things change. I'm sure my opinion would be different if I were 26 instead of 56 :thumbsup:
     
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    No noise here in LA at home, but the view at Drais Beach Club looks great...........:wink2:
     
  7. vegasqc

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    It might be a problem for the flamingo but i dont see how it could be for the cosmo, bally's , paris, PH,bellagio are closer to drais than cosmo
     
  8. Julie888

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    I think the really noisy hotel rooms will be in the Cromwell.

    It could be interesting to be in the Flamingo or Bally's and looking down on the Drais.
     
  9. DonnyC

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    WOW! You know they close at 5:00AM!
     
  10. macker69

    macker69 Canadian Ambassador for Sully's Bar

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    Well aware of that. You should read our trip reports lol
     
  11. DonnyC

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    But if you sleep past noon then it doesn't mean a thing - you are still getting the same hours of sleep.

    Maybe I'll have to read the reports!
     
  12. Jasons

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    I'm on floor 17 at Bellagio facing the fountains, and yes you can hear it....
     
  13. smartone

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    I'm guessin' the only ones in the area who won't be affected by the noise will be those in the Cromwell, below it. I hadn't thought about the noise issue, but I bet being elevated that way is gonna be fun to see how this plays out.
     
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    Yep loud as shit even over at bellagio fountain view rooms cant imagine how loud it is at the club.
     
  15. heatherlovesvegas

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    Probably not what you were mentioning, but they have a Drai's beach club in the W hollywood, and you can definitely hear it down on the ground. I remember waiting inline for a concert a few blocks over and you could definitely hear it.
     
  16. DonnyC

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    So what would be a good Go room at Flamingo to NOT have the noise?
     
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    no longer drias pulled out a while ago
     
  18. imamelfan1

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    Holy Cow! We were just at the Flamingo this weekend and had a straight on strip facing GO Luxury room. The noise from the Cromwell rooftop club on Friday and Saturday night was AWFUL! We are not crazy uptight people and generally stay up until around 1:00 am when in Vegas, but the constant beat of the bass went on until around 4:30 am. It was VERY loud and vibrated our windows. It was very hard to sleep. Also during the day, the music noise from the pool was just as loud. I would probably suggest a pool facing room.
     
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    No Heather, i was talking about the view of Drai's Las Vegas on the webcam.......LOL.

    I've never been a dance club kind of guy mainly because i hardly drink and i'm artistically challenged in foot movement. I have and still do frequent the Comedy clubs as well as the Rock clubs on Sunset however.
    It was great visiting Brooklyn Bowl a couple of weeks ago and seeing Jane's Addiction.
     
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