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Hotel suite for 4

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by pw1388, Nov 30, 2014.

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  1. pw1388

    pw1388 Newbie

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    I'm going to edc next year and we got around 4 people coming. Whats a good and cheap suite on the strip?
     
  2. VegasDave

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    Not a lot of info here, but if you are 2 couples looking for a 2 bedroom suite, prepare to pay big. If you all want to stay in one room, start looking at Cyber Monday deals today, something may come up.
     
  3. GeorgeJ.

    GeorgeJ. Low-Roller

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    How cheap are you talking about? You can get a two-bedroom two-bath suite at the Hilton Grand Vacations Club behind the Flamingo for a good price usually ($200+ range)
     
  4. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Always cheaper to get multiple rooms.

    Esp if it's 4 dudes.
     
  5. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    The vast majority of suites come with one bed. Sometimes hotels call a suite when it is only a larger bedroom - and has not separate living room.

    A suite with a connecting bedroom does exist at most places, but are sometimes held for big players.

    Tell us more what you are after and folks here will help.
     
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    ChickenBone Jones Low-Roller

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    You are way better off getting 2 rooms than trying to find one of the rare true 2 bedroom suites.
    While it is unlikely you will be able to get two rooms t g at are connected, you should be able to get rooms that are close to each other. Make a note on you initial reservation of your desire to have connected rooms and then call the morning of your arrival and ask for 2 connected or close rooms to be blocked for you.
     
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    It is very unlikely that you will find a 2 bedroom suite "cheap" in Las Vegas, especially when a major event is being held in town. Your best option might be to look into someplace like The Jockey Club, which does have two bedroom units, and see what the rental cost is there. It's not the most glamorous spot, but it is right on the Strip between Cosmopolitan and Bellagio.
     
  8. pw1388

    pw1388 Newbie

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    Well its going to be 3 dudes and 1 girl. Because of edc all the suites are overly priced... So you think better deals will come up later next year?
     
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    +1. Book a room that's fully refundable until 24/48 hours before arrival. If the rate drops later, you can cxl the existing ressie then book a new one at the lower rate. I'd prob. go with two rooms if cost is an issue. If not, doing one suite and one room is good since the suite gives you guys enough space to socialize before heading out.

    A place to look at is Elara since they have 2/3/4 BR suites at reasonable rates. Only downside is that there's no casino on the main floor (which might be a positive to some) but the hotel itself is well-placed...

    Also everyone has a diff. opinion on what's considered "cheap" so maybe mention how much you guys are willing to spend per night but be reasonable at the same time...you won't be getting a good 2BR suite for $200...
     
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    Hotels.com has some real good deals today Get on their site, find Vegas Strip Hotels and use the code CYBERMONDAY to get another 10% off. Just upgraded to Vdara for $100 more than my Monte Carlo Reservation on SuperBowl Weekend.
     
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    We had a whirlpool suite at the Tropicana the night we got married and it was huge, and it had a pullout couch. I paid $250 for one night or something like that. Very very nice room. Had a sauna in the bathroom. Never had a steam room in my hotel room before. Also had a wet bar, hot tub, and 2 bathrooms. One was huge, the other was a toilet and sink only.
     
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