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Jacuzzi With a View

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by TrunksFull, Apr 11, 2013.

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  1. TrunksFull

    TrunksFull Tourist

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    Does anyone know any rooms/suites that have a jacuzzi with a good view of the strip? Not looking for anything huge, just a nice suite with a good jacuzzi/whirlpool.

    Thanks.
     
  2. chuckM

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    A Vdara panoramic should get you one, possibly a City View or Exec. also. Salone Suite with Lake View at Bellagio.
     
  3. marktaylor

    marktaylor Low-Roller

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    best room that has a jacuzzi with a view would be the terrace suite at MGM Grand
    the jacuzzi is actually outside on the balcony and IIRC can fit 12 !!!
     
  4. hardways33

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    Are the Vdara tubs jetted?
     
  5. Chuck2009x

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    No jacuzzi on the terrace in the remodeled Skyline Terrace Suites.
     
  6. KBT2012

    KBT2012 High-Roller

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    Aria corner suite - it is actually an Air bath which I like better.
    here was my view:
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    MGM Grand Terrace suites has one outside on a patio. The view is nice. I dont know how it is now since the renovation though.
     
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  10. TrunksFull

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    Thanks for all the great advice! Going to book the Corner Suite at Aria.

    Question - Not all the corner suites are going to be the same. Did you request the ones with the jacuzzi and a view? Would you just ask at check in? $20.00 trick? More than $20.00?
     
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    I'd guess you'd ask for a north strip facing room? Appears that if you have a strip view you would indeed see the strip from the bathroom. It's a corner suite, so wouldn't they all be lined up on the same corner?

    The air thing looks cool! Trump 1 bedroom had a nice jacuzzi tub, but it was awkward, I just floated, you couldn't really sit with the jets on, it was actually hilarious haha... must of been the deepness of it, or the way it was shaped.
     
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    Not necessarily - as far as those Aria suites go, it was a Panoramic Corner Suite that had that particular view and there are only a certain number of them available. There are four corners, so if the rooms facing the Strip are not available when you check in, you could end up in a Panoramic with a mountain view instead (still a great view, but not The Strip). They always make very sure to tell you your requests are based "on availability" as a loophole! LOL
     
  14. TrunksFull

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    Thanks jr. When I booked, I made the request but the response I got kind of felt like "I'll make a note of it but don't expect us to keep this request in mind at all."

    That's why I am thinking my best bet may be to do it at check in.
     
  15. KBT2012

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    I booked mine through southwest airline vacation and there was no option for the panoramic corner suite, just the corner suite. I wrote in the requests for a view of the strip. When I went to check in, I asked for a high floor and a view of the strip and they just told me it would be a little bit longer so they could get one ready for me and there you have it. Best of luck! Also - I do believe they are all jetted tubs - they are not jacuzzi's though, but air baths which are awesome.
     
  16. bloom1966

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    The Ziggurat Suites at New York-New York have a great view of the Strip from the hot tub. The suites are in the emerald green building (Ziggurat) front and center of the hotel.
     
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    Years and years ago, the Luxor Pyramid Suites had a jacuzzi type tub under the slanted glass with a view up the strip. Not sure if they are obscured with the towers now, or not.
     
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    We spent our honeymoon in one of those suites 16 years ago next month. Tempus fugit...

    Shared a bottle of champagne in the tub one night and pretty much passed out from the alcohol/heat combination. Good times... :D

    Ken
     
  19. acoluzzi

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    Another vote for the pyramid jacuzzi suites. Stayed in one in '97 it was super nice. I think they recently found legionnaires disease at the Luxor though so you may want to avoid the water there now :-(
     
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