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MGM Tower Spa Suite thoughts?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Maqaiti, Oct 20, 2013.

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  1. Maqaiti

    Maqaiti Tourist

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    Staying at MGM for the last night of my upcoming trip as some friends are staying there and the friend I'm going with leaves the day before I do. Never stayed there before and I took them up on an offer for a Tower Spa Suite. How are these rooms? Mandalay is my usual home with a recent stay at Bellagio.
     
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    We were just there in a Tower spa suite on the 27th floor. The room was 694 SqFt and had a jacuzzi in the bathroom, very comfortable bed, and perfect view of NYNY, Excalibur, and the mountains. I can't compare it to anything because it was my only time. :peace:
     
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    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    We had one before the redo when they called them Celebrity Spa Suite. We enjoyed it...only thing to know ahead of time is that they are the next to the last room at the end of the hall. We did get tired of walking after a day lol. You get an empty fridge...our favorite part.
     
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    Here's a video of it!

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    Haven't stayed, but it looks good! The remodeled rooms there are very nice. I think you'll be happy. Much more updated than Mandalay Bay's rooms are currently. Their regular rooms have tiny bathrooms, so this looks like a nice improvement.
     
  5. Cherrymilf

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    We had no fridge other than the honor fridge with a combination lock, and we did not ask for the combination. The left side door of the fridge unit was just empty shelves. This was only 2 weeks ago.
     
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    Thanks for all the info and the video. Either way, it's guaranteed to be way better than the basic rooms my buddies will be in!
     
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    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    I will have to check that out Cherry. The ONLY reason we pay for those rooms is the wetbar. Tub and wetbar are the only difference between this suite and the now called executive king suite (which are MUCH closer to the elevators).
     
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    kboltwkreations Low-Roller

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    We stayed in one in April. They are great rooms with a huge bathroom. If a view is not a big deal for you, there are Spa Suites in the North Tower that you can request. It has a private entrance over by the Watch Boutique. Its very quiet and you never have to wait for elevators.
     
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