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March 16th - 21st Venetian

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by thedukeofdublin, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. thedukeofdublin

    thedukeofdublin Low-Roller

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    Just literally booked my next trip to Vegas:drunk:

    I cant wait as it's been a really tough year (well 2012 was) and the person I'm going with this time is a new "someone special" who has never been before.

    Got the venetian for €1800 for 5 nights inc flights from Dub-Lon-Vegas & return.

    Well happy with that in fairness.

    The 100% Irish are in town for Paddy's day :nworthy:

    Just thought I'd share my good news with fellow Vegas lovers:beer:

    See you all when we cross the pond.
     
  2. DBear

    DBear VIP Whale

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    Great to have a countdown! I'm currently working on one but nothing booked yet. Let the planning begin!
     
  3. KellyLovesVegas

    KellyLovesVegas certified personal trainer/retired space nerd

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    Perfect - the Irish in town for St Patricks Day! Enjoy!
     
  4. thedukeofdublin

    thedukeofdublin Low-Roller

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    Yeah thanks folks!

    Nothing like booking a Vegas trip.

    1st time staying in the Venetian but I always loved walking through it. Will be my 11th visit in 4 years and have stayed in 9 different hotels with this one being the best/most expensive. I had the Bellagio at the exact same price but just preferred the suite option rather than the basic room at the Bellagio.

    Anyway I presume St Paddy's day is a big deal over in Vegas???

    anyone been before & what am I likely to expect compared to all my other visits from a variety of different months I have been.

    I know its only one day but we tend to make the week of it on the Emerald Isle :Þ
     
  5. BeeeJay

    BeeeJay President of The Red Lobster Hostess Satisfaction

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    St. Paddy's Day is huge all over the U.S. since a lot of the people here are Irish, and an even larger majority of the "drinkers".

    My wife is in fact 100% Irish, which leads me to ask the following questions:

    What is your policy on returns, and do you have much space in your baggage for the flight back?:evillaugh

    J/K (maybe):wink2:

    Have a great trip!
     
  6. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Venetian is a nice hotel. Room is nicer than Bellagio. But, just to be clear, it is not a true suite. Larger than normal room with great couch, etc. But, it is one room. Though some Vegas people will argue, unless there is a separate door to the bedroom, it is not a suite.
     
  7. thedukeofdublin

    thedukeofdublin Low-Roller

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    Strictly no returns. If you have tried it on you're stuck with it pal:Þ

    Sorry yeah I suppose my "Suite" remark may be misleading but thankfully not for me. I saw the virtual room on the site and it looks lovely. Definitely the best standard room I have ever stayed in - but nothing will beat the end of corridor suite I had on the top floor of the MGM:nworthy:
     
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