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Help me choose please

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by codingkw, Apr 9, 2014.

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  1. codingkw

    codingkw Low-Roller

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    Ok, I will be going in February with my bf and his parents. I am a seasoned vegas traveler, but they are not. All three of them have only been one time. I am a low roller, but my bf's parents have some good play on their card. With their numbers added to mine I can get the following comped:

    Forum Tower queen beds
    Hollywood Hip queen beds
    Paris Luxury queen beds
    Flamingo Go Deluxe
    Jubilee Premium queens

    Ok, now here is what we need: a bath tub, mom likes a bath. A reasonable walk, dad sprained ankle and now walks with a cane.
     
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    sybgal VIP Whale

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    We loved the Jubilee Luxury / fountain view....very nice but no tub. Paris has tubs & easy walking casino & to room. Flamingo Go Deluxe is what we will be trying for NYE & think they do have tubs and the walk around is not bad. Paris & Flamingo both have good food options in or close by. Hope you have a great trip!!
     
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    tinytim Low-Roller

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    Due to the bad ankle, I'd rule out Caesars due to the long, narrow layout.
    PH has the Miracle Mile but music in Casino gets loud at night (or it did a couple of years ago). When you have to shout to talk, it gets frustrating. I like Flamingo rooms and casino but common areas like elevators and hallways to rooms are grungy!
    I'd recommend Paris. Lots of food options and centrally located. Don't know about a tub tho.
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    vegasnut Low-Roller

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    I would say Paris
    Dont know if there is a tub or what kind of tub( sorry i stay in suite:evillaugh)
    Acces to paris is easy and have walkway through ballys, also some good foodoptions
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Trying to read between the lines... but are you all looking to share ONE room?

    That would be a big "not gonna happen" in my world. It is Vegas and folks come and go different hours of the day and night. I need my sleep space.

    Check out the rates for a 2nd room.

    By the way, Paris would be my first choice, Bally's second.
     
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    codingkw Low-Roller

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    To each his own...we travel several times a year together and we stay together so staying in the same room is not a problem for us.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Okay.

    I know it works for some people. And, I don't get it. My wife and I, after 30+ years still have some issues with one staying up late, or one getting up early. Therefore, we book a suite when we can that has a door to the bedroom. I TOTALLY hate waking up at 6am and having to lay there quietly while the other sleep. Just us.

    But, I respect that it does work for some. It does save money, and for some people, it makes for a good trip.
     
  8. Reston

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    But don't you know you're doing Vegas wrong? :)

    PH's Hollywood Hip rooms have soaker tub plus walk-in shower.

    Paris rooms have separate tub and walk-in shower as well.

    Bally's Jubilee rooms have shower only.

    Walking distance to the Strip probably about the same for all three properties, with maybe a slight edge to the Jubilee tower at Bally's. But no bathtub there.
     
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