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GN Rush Tower Room Preference

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Robag, Feb 7, 2014.

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  1. Robag

    Robag Tourist

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    Hey everyone!

    We are going March 9 - 13th at the GN Rush Tower, standard king room. Just wondering if there are certain rooms or floors we should be shooting for when we check in? I know that we might not get a requested room, but maybe it won't hurt to ask!

    Thanks!
     
  2. NeilV

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    Ask for the side away from Freemont Street. Noise from bands can be loud.
     
  3. Marky147

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    I always just asked for a high floor when I stayed in the Rush Tower.
     
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    Rumdranker Low-Roller

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    you could ask for a comp upgrade to a corner room.
     
  5. johnvic

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    I thought all Rush rooms were away from Fremont. I stayed there in October and had a high floor facing the strip, decent view and no noise.
     
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    The Jr. suites rock!
     
  7. Oxygenator

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    If you go to bed before the bands stop on fremont, ask to have a south facing room. The Northeast corner of the Rush Tower can be very loud, especially lower floors, epecially the corner suites .
     
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