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Flamingo mini suite w/double beds

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by tonysoprano24, Mar 14, 2015.

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  1. tonysoprano24

    tonysoprano24 Low-Roller

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    Anyone ever stay in one?

    Looking to go in May and everything else is either booked or out of my price range for the fight but this room was $400 a night

    The go rooms and fab rooms with two queens are similarly priced so I'm wondering what's the catch those are 350 sq feet and this is 550
     
  2. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    A couple of us have been asking about these rooms.
    FYI, if you go to book it on the website it may not let you and you'll have to call in. The reservation agent has it listed as a 'studio suite' not a mini suite - don't know why, just is like that.

    I think they are non renovated rooms...but I'm not quite sure. I'm assuming the are like the OLD decor of the fab room. These are L shaped rooms and not true suite, in that there is no separate bedroom.

    I've got one booked for July as it was comped - and so were the FAB rooms. I've done the FAB rooms and although they have nicer decor, they are still a step down from GO rooms (which were sold out).

    If you want to try something bigger, go for it.

    If you want a nice looking room, the FAB should be your choice.
     
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