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MGM Grand Executive QUEEN Suite - How to book?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by kewidogg, Apr 3, 2013.

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  1. kewidogg

    kewidogg Low-Roller

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    I can't book this from their website. In fact, when I look up this suite on their site, and then click "check rates" (from the dang Executive Queen Suite info page) it shows me all their room types that are available, and the only executive room is the executive king.

    Do I have to call them to book this room? I'd like to price it out online with one of the many discount codes they have going.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. 44inarow

    44inarow VIP Whale

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    I'm not sure why they do that, but it seems to be pretty common in MGM's booking engine. I just went on the Mlife site to check, and a lot of the basic room times -- Bellagio Resort, Aria Deluxe, and Mandalay Deluxe, among others -- don't have a "queen" option listed. My guess is that there isn't a separate room category, and the number of beds is something that's assigned at check-in (which is often the case; I'm fairly certain I recall that previous version of the booking engine let you select king or queen but emphasized that it was only a "request"), but I'd give them a call and see.
     
  3. kewidogg

    kewidogg Low-Roller

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    That is so bizarre. I wonder why they do that! It's a real shame.
     
  4. Tammy58

    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    I had the same issue booking my MILs room at the Mirage. I wanted a Volcano View w/2 beds and it says choice of king/2 queens...yet never lets you choose the 2 queens. I booked it and put a notation in the special request box. We arrive on a slow day so don't see any issue. Now that I think of it don't think it gave a smoking/non box to check either. I signed her up for an mlife card and she is paying (not comped) so I am hoping it works out when we get there.
     
  5. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    You can book it? I've definitely seen it come up for me, and it's definitely it's own category.

    Seems to me it doesn't come up if it's not available? Or not available for the method you are trying to book? I looked up a couple different dates and it didn't always come up. Maybe they just don't have a lot of them..

    See here, from some random promo code
    https://reservations.mgmmirage.com/bookingengine.aspx?host=promo&pid=001&show=rates&code=ZFBM13E&kbid=335345&sub=0!W!ZFBM13E

    The last time i stayed there I had to book 2 queens because there was no king option. MGM doesn't do "bed choice" every room is it's own category and price.
     

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    gpenguins67 High-Roller

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    I booked the 2 queen suite before but I did it over the phone with vip services. Like others have said they told me that they will put in comment to get a 2 queen room but it is not definate. Luckily they came through and got me the right one. I would give them a call to see if maybe it is sold out and thats why they pulled it from the website or if it is just a typical mlife website glitch.

    I do recomend the queen suite over the standard renovated room. Its nice to have the extra counterspace in the bathroom with 2 sinks and the seperate shower was better than the tub/shower combo. plus its nice to have a couch to sit and watch tv when you want to get away from the casino.
     
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