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Jockey Club or Luxor Pyramid Suites or other ideas?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Kbocek1, Jun 5, 2014.

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  1. Kbocek1

    Kbocek1 Tourist

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    I was looking at the Jockey Club because I am looking for someplace nice with a frig and tub ( two important things to me). I looked at standard rooms but most places want $25 extra a night for the frig. My husband is a diabetic and we need to keep his insulin cool and I like to keep diet coke ( a hard found gem in Vegas) around. I considered the Jockey Club due to its location, amenities and no resort fees around $119 a night. Luxor pryamid suites around the same on average including the weekend but have a resort fee. There is a possibility we play enough to get comped partially at the Luxor. We will be staying a week. We have stayed in the Tower rooms before and liked them, but my husband wants to stay in the pyramid if we go to Luxor. Anyways, anyone with experience with these options or has a better idea please way in. We want to stay on the strip though.
     
  2. hillwood24

    hillwood24 High-Roller

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    The location of the jockey club is hard to beat, but I'm personally partial towards Luxor. However, I enjoy the south end of the strip more so than mid strip.

    I've stayed in a pyramid suite twice and both times I had a good time. The fridge is nice, but the layout of the room is kinda weird. I also really enjoyed the bathrooms. They have a large amount of space. The rooms were also really clean, but they were showing some wear.

    I vote Luxor, but I'll definitely be in the minority on this board.

    Have a good trip!
     
  3. Hurr1cane310

    Hurr1cane310 Tourist

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    I am almost 100% sure that if you need the fridge for medical reasons they are required to supply one at no charge.
     
  4. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    True....if a fridge is needed for medical reason, any hotel will bring one to your room at no charge....
     
  5. phade

    phade Low-Roller

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    Agreed as above, medically required means no cost to you.

    Flamingo has done this for a family member.
     
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