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Mirage 3/23- 3/26 Penthouse

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by mesa, Apr 1, 2008.

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  1. mesa

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    My Trip Report

    3/23-3/26 @ Mirage

    Arrived around 11:30am and waited about 1 hour to get into the Penthouse Suite. I had e-mailed the Guest relation Mgr. Who had helped me before with some problems and she got us into a Pool, strip view with no Love signage on the windows. She had also put a rush on the cleaning of the room. Room E14 or 30014 and the room was in really good shape as most of us know Mirage is in need of some room makeovers which they are now doing. Since I had those problems with Mirage before it seems like they have really gone out of there way to help me out. We did a lot of the same this trip Bellagio conservatory, Jean Philippe for breakfast crepes. Lunch at Pho @TI, We did cruise the Palazzo and checked it out it seems pretty nice from what we saw. We set a reservation for Table 10 but I was not really blown away by it. The décor was nice and service was good but my dish did not seem that good for the money. Was not as good as Delmonico’s but they still are fairly new.
    We did get tickets for Spamalot through Goldstar and would use Goldstar again. Of course Spamalot was great and this was my second time seeing it. Got in some pool time as weather was great and the pool was not very crowded. Did not cruise as much as usual as I had foot surgery a month ago and still had somewhat of a limp. Did not have much luck gambling But Mirage comped all our F&B again. And with $75.00 MGM rewards certificates and 126.00 for the room 3 nights in a Penthouse suite came to $277. Not to shabby. Encore is coming along and Trump seems close to opening. Would recommend Goldstar for discount tickets and I am very pleased with the Mirage taking great care of me and can’t wait to get into one of there newly remodeled rooms. And then on the way home an In & Out burger in kingman

    Some pics are posted here.
    http://good-times.webshots.com/album/562921605uBiNsI
     
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    Glad to hear you had a nice trip Mesa...even though you timed it all wrong!:poke:
     
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    Yeah,I know:nworthy:
     
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    Glad to hear the Mirage took care of you; too bad the gaming couldn't be as cooperative. We were thinking about eating at Table 10; we may just do a lunch there instead of a dinner though.
     
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    gmoney590 When I was at Table 10 they were opening at 5:30 so it did not seem like they were serving lunch. I know the web site shows open from 11-11pm but the was not true for us.
     
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