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Harrah's Executive Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Username, Apr 10, 2014.

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  1. Username

    Username VIP Whale

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    We got the Harrah's upgrade offer for our upcoming trip and for $50 we can upgrade from our comped Deluxe room to a Executive Suite. Has anyone here stayed in a Executive Suite ? ? ? Was it nice and do you think this offer is worth it.

    Thanks for your time....
     
  2. azpokerkid

    azpokerkid Tourist

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    I've stayed in the Deluxe room at Harrah's and it was far less than deluxe in my opinion. Based on that I would upgrade if you plan on spending any time in the room. The no wifi option except in the suites on the top couple floors blew my mind. 2014 and no wifi? WTF?
     
  3. ranchette

    ranchette Low-Roller

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    How did you get this offer?
     
  4. Username

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    Via a email that came a couple days ago......it has three upgrade options....View Room $14, Premium Room $18 and Executive Suite $50

    We have had other offers in years past but never for a Executive Suite.....HOWEVER, I should of mentioned this is a "Stand By" offer and your request will be honored only if the room (all 3 upgrades) is available upon check-in. If not you get your free comped room anyways.
     
  5. Tammy58

    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    We stayed in them twice and loved them. They were cable internet at that time. Size of 2 rooms, wetbar w/coffee and empty fridge, table w/2 chairs, sofa, large bathoom with spa tub and stand up shower. Mostly contained to the top floors. We were in the Carnival but there are some in the front tower also. We paid to stay and rates for them this year is much higher than it use to be...for $50 night I would snatch it in a second...but we are suite people.
     
  6. Username

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    Thanks.........Sounds SUITE
     
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    I haven't stayed in one, but I've been in an executive suite recently and it was a newly remodeled room that was pretty nice (far nicer than you would probably expect at Harrahs). That being said the $50/night really just comes down to two things. How much time do you spend in your room (place to crash vs. place to unwind) and how big of a portion is $50/night relative to your trip budget. $50/night is a pittance if you're planning on blowing $500-1000/day gambling and another couple hundred on food or other things. Different story if you're only planning on bringing $1000 in spending money for your whole trip total and you're talking about spending $200-300 on an upgrade it's a bit different.
     
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