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Mirage 2 Bedroom Tower vs 2 Bedroom Hospitality Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Letsdoit, Apr 28, 2014.

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  1. Letsdoit

    Letsdoit Low-Roller

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    Hi Everyone,

    I was just given the choice between a 2 bedroom tower suite or a 2 bedroom hospitality suite.

    I've stayed in the 2 bedroom tower many times but never the 2 bedroom hospitality suite.

    Can you help me make the choice? Have any of you stayed in both these rooms and have some advice or feedback.

    Thanks in advance for your responses.
     
  2. heatherlovesvegas

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    I would imagine the Hospitality Suite would be set up to have a meeting.. or a get together, a big table, powder room, amenties that would cater to guests of your suite... so if that's not the plan, probably not necessarily. Looks like Hospitality has 2 double and 1 king, Tower has 2 king. Honestly doesn't seem much different to me! I'm sure you can find videos of both on youtube.

    Our 1,714 sq. ft. Two Bedroom Hospitality Suite is the perfect setting for guests planning a small business meeting or private gathering. The master bedroom features floor to ceiling windows and an upgraded bathroom containing a double-sink vanity, whirlpool jet bathtub, and separate glass-enclosed shower. The second bedroom is equipped with two queen size beds and a 42 –inch LCD television. The large living area comes complete with sound bar with DVD/CD/mp3 player, USB port and faux surround sound capabilities. It also includes a dining table that seats 6, large wet bar, and powder room.

    The beautifully appointed 1,600 sq ft. Two bedroom Tower Suite offers sweeping views of the landscape via floor to ceiling windows. The master bedroom features a king size bed and an upgraded bathroom containing a double sink vanity, whirlpool jet bathtub, separate glass enclosed shower, and illuminated walk-in closet with safe. Double doors separate the large living and dining area from the bedroom. The living area is equipped with a wet bar, dining table, sound bar with DVD/CD/mp3 player, USB port and faux surround sound capabilities.
     
  3. lollyb

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    I'll admit I haven't stayed in the hospitality suite. But I wouldn't even consider it for a single reason - the living area has no windows. An absolute deal breaker for me.

    The benefits appear to be a powder room, larger wet bar and dining table can seat more. But none of those makes up for a windowless main room, IMO.

    Stick to the tower suites, much nicer.
     
  4. Letsdoit

    Letsdoit Low-Roller

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    Thanks for your replies. I will stick with the Tower Suite. Just 4 middle aged guys and parties are intended to happen.

    17 more days!!!!!

    Can't wait
     
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