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luxor tower premier suites?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by bdanak, Sep 6, 2014.

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  1. bdanak

    bdanak Tourist

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    Thinking about changing reservation to a two bedroom tower premier suite at the luxor. Has anyone stayed in the tower premier suites, is it any good?
     
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    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    They have a 2 bedroom? Never seen it! I've stayed in regular tower rooms and they were perfectly fineā€¦ I'm sure the suite would be the same way, but not sure I'd pay extra money to stay in a suite at Luxor.

    Versus what, MGM? Stick with MGM.. even the nicest room at Luxor can't compare IMO.

    Here's a 1 bedroom premier

    [youtube]oKgRhaP8o9E[/youtube]
     
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    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    We had one booked for June but had to cancel our trip. I did extensive research when I booked and the only negative I could find was the long walk from the tower elevators to the casino. We are suite lovers and book them every trip now. It should be a lot less than a suite of the same size at MGM. It is still on our list of rooms to book. Good luck and have a great time.
     
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    The walk isn't bad at all to the tower rooms, compared to other hotels it's actually a breeze haha.
     
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    abileneblues Low-Roller

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    Am I the only person that pictures themselves walking in the door and running over the glass table? I think I'd have an extra CC charge.
     
    Finally!
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    thank you guys for the video, that is great. I think the two bed room is a one bedroom with adjoining queen or king room.
     
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    I've stayed in the Tower Premier Suite and thought that it was just fine. I was upgraded from a normal Tower Room upon check in. We also had an adjoining Queen room with ours. I enjoyed it especially because we had a very large group.. like 12 people and were cringing at the fact it would be 12 people in two Queen rooms.

    The suite itself isn't the nicest suite you can stay in and has an interesting layout but it definitely got the job done for us. It was at the end of the hallway in one of the towers. (I forget if it was East or West) It basically had 4 rooms. A living room with seating and TV, a 'dining'/bar room with the mini bar and large round table and seating then a bedroom with King bed and flat screen tv and finally the bathroom with a full tub as well as a shower. Ours was also close to the side port cochere so it was easier access to taxi/limos.
     
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