Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by dis220, Sep 8, 2015.
Are there any strip hotels that have DVD players in their non-suite/VIP rooms? Thank you!
Never heard of that. They want you to buy Pay Per View movies anyway.
If I recall correctly, the flat screens in Wynn had DVD players within them.
I think Palazzo has them. But its been so long since I stayed there I could be imagining it
Go rooms at the Flamingo had them 2 years ago. I would assume that hasn't changed since then.
Venetian/Palazzo have them in the standard rooms unless they've removed them since the last time I stayed there which was about 5 years ago.
what's a DVD?
just kidding I'm so used to using Amazon Prime video and/or netflix
And to that end, many if not most newer Strip hotel rooms (at least within the MGM family) have HDMI inputs so that you can connect your laptop to the TV. You can either stream Netflix/Amazon/whatever, or use your computer's optical drive (if it has one).
But to answer your question, I don't think I've ever seen a DVD player in a standard room. I think I had one in an MGM suite once a few years back, but that was also pre-renovation.
V/P have them in their rooms. Stayed at Palazzo in July, Venetian in August.
Additionally, we've had success using our Chromecast at the MGM Grand on our last trip. Watching Netflix while relaxing between entertainment is awesome.
We always stay at V/P (3-4x a year), and I've never noticed them in the rooms!! I'm not saying they aren't there, I just never pay attention to it as we're not in the room much. If they really are there, maybe I'll bring a DVD next time, I normally put something I've seen before on for background/white noise to help me fall asleep. Can't believe I've never noticed (and taken advantage of) this before!!
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