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Monte Carlo smoking floor #s

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Tammy58, Oct 3, 2012.

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  1. Tammy58

    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    Hi, wondering what floors at the Monte Carlo are smoking. According to Room 777 the 4th and 5th are...but I am sure they have at least 1 high floor that is also. Planning on booking a Diamond Suite and from what I have seen on the net they seem to start at the 19th floor and up. Thanks all.
     
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    If they don't have it on the floor you want, consider a Spa suite. I liked it better than the diamond.
     
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    Tammy58 Frugal Slot Jockey

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    Thanks mike, I considered the Spa suite. Due to some medical issues we try to get a 2 room suite whenever we can afford it. I agree from the photos that the Diamond Suite could use more furniture in the room...and all the views seem to be to the back/sides.
     
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    The thing I found with the diamond suite was that because it was two rooms, it actually felt smaller than the Spa suite even though it's a bit bigger.

    But if you need two rooms, the spa suite definitely doesn't do it for you because as you can see from the website, it's just the one big room.
     
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    Hi Tammy,
    I have only stayed at MC once, and it was about 2 or 3 years ago. As you know, I too am a smoker when in Vegas, and always request a smoking room.
    If I remember, I asked for a king smoking on a high floor overlooking the strip. I was on the 25th floor, I believe (or close to it).
    Since I haven't heard about room renovations at MC for a couple of years--other than the 32nd floor--I am sure that the smoking floor from a couple of years ago would still be a smoking floor today.

    I just got back from the Aria and had a smoking room on the 38th floor with an awesome view overlooking the strip!

    Good luck and have a great stay! :cheers:

    Roy
     
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    Thank you royski. What the nonsmokers may not realize, is that many of the hotels now only have 2-4 smoking floors. Generally something rock bottom (Paris 4th floor) and something high for the high rollers. Yes, some people smoke in nonsmoking...hence some of the complaining posts. It has gotten to the point where it is starting to play into my decision. At MGM you can't even book a smoking room online. Everytime a new hotel or renovation is completed...the smoking rooms get harder and harder to find. There was a thread here a year ago or so about what floors at what hotels were smoking.
     
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    I hear ya Tammy. I, too, will make my hotel decision based on what the smoking floor choices are. Paris is a great place, but the 4th floor is not where I want to be. And getting a "red room" smoking floor (above 25) is not always guaranteed there.

    Vdara being completely non-smoking is preventing them from being an option.

    Oh well, we still have Ballys and the rest of the Caesars properties that still have plenty of smoking floors high up.
     
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