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Hotel Room #'s

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by bluerider, Nov 25, 2012.

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  1. bluerider

    bluerider Low-Roller

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    I was just thinking about how I wish I remembered all of the different room #'s of the various rooms I've stayed in over the years. It would be neat to recall where each of those rooms were located within each of their hotels, and which views, etc. accompanied each of those rooms, for future reference.

    Example: I recently read a trip report that mentioned staying at Caesars in the Augustus tower, and that an even room # meant a view of the Bellagio Fountains. Now I know that if I book a room in this tower in the future, at check-in, I can specifically ask for an "even #", knowing it will be facing the fountains.

    I'll start with a room I recently had at Cosmopolitan. Room #3582 is a wraparound terrace suite that is on the southeast corner of the East Tower. It featured a terrace covering two sides of the building, one facing south toward City Center, and the other facing East toward Planet Hollywood.

    Anyone else care to contribute their room # and corresponding views, etc?
     
  2. ez369

    ez369 High-Roller

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    To add to this topic/thread, there is also a website known as Room 77 that has layouts and room#'s and "approximated" views from google earth/map. www.room77.com/

    I've stayed in so many different rooms if anyone has a question about a particular property and I've stayed there I'd be more than happy to provide my input! I always take a picture of my room# so I'll know which wing/side to stay at on future trips if reserving at the same property.
     
  3. MikeOPensacola

    MikeOPensacola VIP Whale

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    Great post ez, thanks.:peace:
     
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  4. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    I never remember my room number. But, since I'm chilling in my room at Wynn watching some football...

    #5011 @ Wynn: It is a regular room on the Tower Suites side. The view is of the strip - looking down on the Lake of Dreams, with FSM right across the street, Trump to the right, TI, Mirage and Palazzo to the left and a great view of the mountains in the distance.

    A tiny amount of nightclub noise is present but you almost have to try to hear it - it hasn't affected my sleep in the least. That said, I'd be hesitant to stay in this area of the hotel if I was on a lower floor - it would probably be pretty noisy when the club is open.
     
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