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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Annie Vegas, Jul 1, 2014.

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  1. Annie Vegas

    Annie Vegas Low-Roller

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    Okay, I'm now booked for the Flamingo for 7 nights in Nov/Dec (unless I get a mouthwatering offer from downtown!)

    My question is does anyone know if the Go Deluxe King rooms have safes? I stayed at the property some 15 years ago and the safes didn't seem very "safe" if you get my drift. Since then every hotel I've stayed has had the in-wall types and I was wondering if Flamingo caught up.

    Also I'm told these rooms have refrigerators. True or False?

    Thank you!!!

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  2. dmr

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    Even Flamingo regular rooms have safes.

    Don't know about refrigerators, sorry.
     
  3. USCHawks

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    I've stayed in 3 Go rooms and they have all had a fridge and a safe. Now the fridge wasn't large by any means, but it could fit a few drinks in there.
     
  4. vegasqc

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    yes to safe and all go room have a fridge
     
  5. paperposter

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    yes to both
     
  6. scohitch

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    Yes, though experiences at Flamingo have always been subpar.
     
  7. Snidely

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    Subpar compared to your expectations. I go into Flamingo with low expectations so I'm rarely disappointed. Flamingo is very nice for $65 a night.
     
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    not mine way above axcalibur or luxor anyday and great location and free pool and dont forget vinny
     
  9. vegasqc

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    Its been great for me, no early check in fees, no line, good service at the desk, clean room, fun casino, amazing location
     
  10. Tahoejoe2

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    Agree 100%.
    I'm also grateful to CET for comp rooms even though I play very little.
    I still think it is the TR Visa card, but many disagree. Whatever it is, I like FREE.
    Also I have had minor upgrades every time I've visited LV CET hotels.
     
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    Yes to a safe but it is not a wall safe. It is in the closet on the shelf.
     
  12. dmr

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    I probably told this incident regarding the closet safe at the Flamingo before.

    One day I arrived in the room to find the safe locked shut, obviously from someone who had just checked out. I phoned the desk and they sent up two people. One was a "suit" and the other was a techie type guy with a magic box.

    The tech guy plugged in his box to the safe and had it open within a few seconds. There was nothing in it. They both looked at each other and recited "empty"-"empty" to each other and the "suit" noted it in a notebook.

    They obviously had two people as to have two witnesses that it was empty, in case somebody claimed that they left kilobucks of cash in the safe and such.
     
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