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Harrah's Carnival Tower?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by jbk1972, Feb 6, 2015.

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  1. jbk1972

    jbk1972 Low-Roller

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    So I am staying at Harrah's coming up in March. Are there any certain rooms or towers that I should ask for? I saw a youtube video of the Carnival tower room and it looked nice. Is that considered an upgraded room or a mini suite? I'll pay a little extra for a decent room since I'll be staying 6 nights. Any advice? Thanks
     
  2. jfw831

    jfw831 Tourist

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    just back, stayed in the carnaval tower, 27th floor. Average old room, it was clean, the beds where comforable, I take med's for back pain. It was called High Roller room, because view of the ferris wheel,,in the back. wasn't a strip view room. No mini refrigerator, no coffee maker, or mini bar if you want one. You can get a mini refrigerator, but have to call house service, charge $50.00 or have a written medical excuse to get for free. Or be very nice to your maid, maybe wheel one in,,for free. Overall, maybe below the level of a comfort inn. It's ok. We didn't do the $20.00 trick, just thought they take better care, since this host in Vegas is always nagging my wife to come out. we still have a free 750.00 to use, will stay at Caesar's or Paris next time.
     
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    waverunner BBHMM

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    StormHawk High-Roller

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    It's like a standard holiday inn type room. Easy casino access. It's been 3-4 years, so the strip access has changed, but it wasn't awful. At the price I prefer flamingo as a property, but the base room is better at harrahs IMO.
     
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