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Experiences with Silverton

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by leo21, Oct 9, 2015.

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  1. leo21

    leo21 VIP Whale

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    Gearing up for my first stay there and I was wondering how they are on upgrades. I have a comp offer and it was for the older rooms. Will I be able to upgrade for free or for a fee?
     
  2. LVHooked

    LVHooked High-Roller

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    They only have two room grades (can't remember the names) and suites. There's not much difference between the basic rooms. I tried a twenty for a suite and was shot down, upgrade was $100 a night.
     
  3. 4dazeoff

    4dazeoff Low-Roller

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    The upgraded rooms are called "luxury King". I believe they only have about 9 of these upgraded rooms. Nicer furniture but the best part is the bathroom has been upgraded. Still small but they took out the tub and put a nice tiled walk in shower and nicer counter and sink. I get regular rooms comped and they will give you this room for $30 more a night if available. I always try to get it as the wife is happier in this room. Also, once when checking out after a stay, the clerk recommend I ask a host to get the $30x 3 nights comped due to my play. I have either been paying with cash or points. She was able to call a host who comped it. Our last stay, this room wasn't available so I wasn't able to try for the comp upgrade a second time. They did however have a large flatscreen TV in the regular room which has to date had the old tube TV's, LOL. I usually ask for the luxury king when I make my reservation as I'm willing to pay a little for the better room. If I get it comped, that's great, if not, it's cheap enough! Good Luck!:beer:
     
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