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Mirage - Rollaway in two queen bed?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Altoid, Jun 11, 2013.

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  1. Altoid

    Altoid Tourist

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    I know it cost an extra $30/night but can I get a roll away bed in a Resort Queen Room at the mirage or is that only reserved for the one king room?

    Side question, any chance $20 trick may get the rollaway comped?
     
  2. Altoid

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    Also on top of that that will they charge extra for additional people in the room? Currently have it listed as 2, if I changed it to 3 for the additional person is there a fee on top of the rollaway?
     
  3. Goosey

    Goosey Low-Roller

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    Yes they will charge extra for the extra person in the room. Will a rollaway fit?
     
  4. Altoid

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    That's kind of my question, I think it maybe tight and I'm sure we are ok with it but does mirage see it as not possible. Also will they charge the extra person fee (looked on their site seems to be $35) and the rollaway fee of $30? Meaning $65 extra night if they even allow a rollaway in the room?
     
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    for $65 you can get an extra room at casino rate including resort fee.
     
  6. Altoid

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    Not during the weekend I'm going. I'd like to know if mirage allows this and what they charge (30?35?65?. Thanks.
     
  7. BigGTMike

    BigGTMike Low-Roller

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    This might not be the right place for this...but how strict are properties on occupancy limits in general? If we ended up with 3 in a two person room are they gonna come charging in demanding money if they somehow figure out we have three?
     
  8. heatherlovesvegas

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    I've never had anyone care about my capacity, but I don't ask, and I send away everyone while I check in. It does say if you have more than 2 it's $25 a night. But it would definitely raise a red flag if you ask for a rollaway. Can't one of you just share beds? We usually just cram 4 people in the 2 queens. It's not the most ideal, but it's cheaper and it works if it's a short trip.

    If a rollaway fit it'd be like crammed in the entry way though..
     
  9. Goosey

    Goosey Low-Roller

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    You are better off asking mirage. If they give one to you if it will fit. Keep in mind that most places don't guarantee rollaway beds as far as I know. I've stayed at Mirage and with two beds in there, the only place I can think of that will fit the rollaway is at the foot of the bed. So a pretty tight fit.
     
  10. BWWJR

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    in OCT while staying at The Mirage I requested a rollaway in a 2 queen room and received it at no extra cost. I beleive there regular rooms allow up to 4 people without being charged, and we just requested extra rollaway and wasnt a problem. We asked at front desk when checking in.
     
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