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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by mattjs33, Dec 30, 2015.

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  1. mattjs33

    mattjs33 Low-Roller

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    I've heard that the Strip view rooms at Flamingo are subject to noise at night from the nightclub across the street at Caesars. Is this a problem on weekends only or is it all week?
     
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    Never heard of a noise issue from Caesars.....? We were in a strip view Go Room for NYE week....didn't hear anything at all.
     
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    Do you mean from Drai's at Cromwell? If you're on that side of the Flamingo, you might hear some noise from Drai's, but it is unlikely. I had a Strip view GO room over there when they were remodeling and heard a lot of construction noise, but nothing once they were done. There's no nightclub in front of Caesars.
     
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    I read on a blog, I forget which one, that someone stayed in a Strip view room and could hear noise from Omnia. They have an outdoor terrace? Just wondering if anyone else had heard this.

    Over at Paris we've had noise from Chateau of course but it seems to have been limited to Friday and Saturday nights. Was wondering if it was the same over there.

    Or maybe I misread, I dunno.
     
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    Ummmmmm you sleep in Vegas???????
     
  6. mattjs33

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    Yes, actually I do. I'm 43 and while I can pretty much stay up as long as I'm determined, I'm also old enough to know when I can use some rest.

    Anyway I'm asking because I'm getting my mother-in-law set up over there and believe it or not I kinda like her. I'm thinking she'd like the strip view but don't think she'd like the constant untz-untz-untz if it was audible. It's midweek so I'm thinking it shouldn't be a problem, but trying to verify.
     
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    We were on a high floor Go room with a strip view- fountains to the right- and heard next to nothing at night. We were up and across from the Linq walk that was very colorful at night. 21st floor, if I remember correctly.
     
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    Will give them a try!
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    I was on the top floor, strip view, directly across from Caesars, wow what a view!...........heard nothing but very faint sirens on the strip, of course this was in early Dec and mid week so the niteclub noise might have been minimal at that time.........one little hint about noise, leave the bathroom fan running and it will create "white noise" which tends to mask other sounds.......
     
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    Thought I had read that the terrace at Omnia was closed at the moment on another thread but that is likely only due to weather right now. Not sure when your trip is scheduled for.

    I was in a strip view GO room in August 2014 over a weekend (think it was 24th floor) and can't recall any noise concerns, but that might have been when there was transition between Pure and Omnia.
     
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    That's the type of room I had in mind. It would be midweek late February so like IanP also asked, that might be the same scenario for noise as you folks experienced.

    Thanks for the answers!
     
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    Staying at the Flamingo this summer for the first time in over 20 years. I know nothing about the place anymore. There's 12 of us, ranging from age 21 to 80. I believe we are going to stay in GO rooms. The studio rooms are larger but man oh man are they dated. Square tube TV? Seriously? :)
     
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    I stayed in a strip view Go Room at Flamingo for five days -- 12/29 to 1/3. I often heard a heavy base sound, sometimes during the DAY, which I didn't understand. I assumed it was Drai's as that would have seemed a big distance to hear it from Omnia. The base was strong; I could almost feel it, even though I was on the 24th floor. If I were to stay at the Flamingo again I would still pick that room because the view was fantastic but feeling and hearing the base was annoying.
     
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    Haven't stayed in one in a couple of years but when we did we could definitely hear the bass when it was Pure.
     
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    I've stayed many nights at the Flamingo and the noise I heard was Drai's. It was VERY loud from the strip view rooms facing Flamingo/Cromwell/Fountains and could still easily be heard from the strip view rooms facing Caesar's. I was on the 26th floor and it lasts until 4am. I've not noticed it much during the winter months, altho FFlowers says above that she heard it over NYE. In the summer months, Drai's has an outdoor area and it is LOUD. I took sleeping pills and slept through it, but that thump thump thump base really gets on your nerves after awhile. If you're on the south side of the property, there's not a floor high enough to get away from it! Enjoy your trip!
    diane
     
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    Has anyone ever stayed in a studio room at Flamingo?
     
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    I was looking at those myself. They are large and great price. But they are also dated. They haven't been redone in a long time and still have the square tube TV (if that matters to you). My girlfriend called the Flamingo to get some info on other rooms and asked about the studio and the guy said "it's been quite awhile" since they were updated. That's why they are so affordable.
     
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