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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by slovak044, Oct 30, 2012.

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  1. slovak044

    slovak044 Tourist

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    Hi, my fiance and I got engaged in front of the bellagio during the water show this past new years eve. I used this site to learn as much as I could about Vegas before we went since it was our first time there. We are getting married next may and my fiance wants to go back to Vegas for our honeymoon. We are looking for 6 or 7 days either Monday to Monday or Monday to Sunday. so my questions are:

    What are the most romantic hotels in Vegas ( would at least like a jetted tub in the bathroom)

    are there any hotels that have honeymoon packages?

    and if anyone has any suggestions on romantic things to do or see when we are there it is greatly appreciated.

    Last time we were in Vegas we stayed at TI for 7 days and we both really enjoyed it. we saw the blue man group the show at Excalibur and the hoover dam
     
  2. Tellafriend

    Tellafriend High-Roller

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    Well, we really need to know your budget to be able to answer that. however, Bellagio is certainly high on most folk's list as would be the Wynn/Encore. Avoid Caesars' properties for romance. If its in the summer, MB would also be a good and more affordable choice if that is an issue. If you can afford it, try to get the skylofts. expensive but would be worth it for such an occassion in my mind.
     
  3. slovak044

    slovak044 Tourist

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    budget would be around 2000 for the week for the room

    have been looking closely at mb
     
  4. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Budget is a big factor.

    Almost as big are the exact dates. A room can go from $100 to $350 a night in a second.

    And, what do you LIKE? Plan to spend time? Etc.
     
  5. SandPete

    SandPete Low-Roller

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    Considering where you got engaged, I would say a Salone suite with lakeview at Bellagio (has jetted tub). Problem might be that for such a long stay you probably looking at about 3000. Friday/saturday, tend to be costly. On other had.. worth making it special... ;)

    They do have a romantic 1 night thing in a cypres suite with some extras but think it runs to 1000, it's on their webpage as special package.

    Where ever you decide to go, best wishes!
     
  6. slovak044

    slovak044 Tourist

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    thanks everyone i think we have for now decided on the tower spa suites at mgm. anyone have any experiences with these rooms? and does anyone know when the construction is going to be done?
     
  7. ButterflyMtn

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    I honeymooned in Vegas (6.5yrs ago) on my 4th trip and husbands first so I let him pick the hotel. He chose Luxor (we were on a budget not as large as yours) and got a pyramid spa suite..it was nice for what we wanted but now there is much much more to choose from. I think whatever you all pick will be awesome but look into city center (Aria, etc) or Wyncore. Congrats and enjoy your day - it goes too fast!
     
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    mike_m235 Tourist

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    This was going to be my exact recommendation for you based on your price range. My wife really enjoyed the spa suite at MGM. Don't worry about the renovations -- they won't bother you.
     
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