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MGM Questions

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by IowaRyan, Feb 24, 2014.

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  1. IowaRyan

    IowaRyan Low-Roller

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    Friends: Sometime ago I booked a Executive Queen Suite at MGM with the assumption that it wold be myself and BIL. A buddy of mine has now decided he wants to go to and is trying to decide whether he should get his own room or bunk up with us. Here are my questions:

    1) The rate is $202--I'm probably being anal but I assume that is for the room, not per occupant--someone please conform this for me.

    2) According to the MGM website the max occupancy for an Executive Queen is 4--I know there are two queen beds. Does anyone know if there is sofa that turns into a bed or would be stuck getting a roll-away?

    3) if there are three would that change the rate? I wold assume no but curious what others have experienced.

    Thanks for any input.
     
  2. Kickin

    Kickin Flea

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    1) Yes that is the price for the room, not per occupant.

    2) Those sofas don't turn into beds, but you can call downstairs for a cot.

    3) Technically there is a charge for every guest over the 2 per room, MGM's site says its $35. In practice they won't charge it unless you make a point of reminding them to. Its no problem asking for 3 keys when you check-in, even if you're alone.

    Enjoy your stay. We were in the executive king suite last time we stayed there and I really like it. Its simple and not very big but its nicely decorated, well appointed, and comfortable.
     
  3. vacationaddict

    vacationaddict Tourist

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    The exec. KING suite I stayed in January the sofa had a fold out bed.
     
  4. gpenguins67

    gpenguins67 High-Roller

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    The sofa in the exec queen is an L shaped couch. I don't think it folded out, but it isn't too bad to sleep on (Its fine for me but I also tend to pass out on my couch everyday when I have a perfectly nice bed in the other room). If you are trying to cut the costs down for the room I would say rotate who sleeps on the couch each night. Worst case if it isn't comfortable pay the extra and get the rollaway cot. The cot will be far less expensive than having an extra room (they may even forget to charge you for it).
     
  5. jdvegas

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    Agree it is highly unlikely you will be charged for extra people, but there is a good chance they will charge for a roll-away bed ($35 or $40). However...

    Last time I was at MGM I stayed in a one bedroom suite. There was tons of extra space in the living room (oddly, no coffee tables). The couch was a hide-away, but we asked for a roll-away anyway... and were told we could not due to fire code??? I did not believe her, so spoke to a manager - same story. Really odd.

    I also agree that the couches in the executive suites are "sleepable", but no hide-away.
     
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