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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by uli_1515, May 6, 2013.

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  1. uli_1515

    uli_1515 Low-Roller

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    Was going to spend 7 nights at the Monaco suite at Monte Carlo. Ended up talking with a relative who set us up at the Polo Towers. Never been to this place and most of the reviews are really mixed. Will still need a room for the last 3 nights of the trip so my next question is what would be your choice on a 300$ a night room at the end. Was looking at Vdara panoramic or even Aria corner suite.

    Not that worried about the location of North or South strip just wanting a nice spot to finish our trip. Was even considering downtown but I doubt I want to do 3 nights this early in my Vegas career.

    Thanks for all the suggestions when they come. Wish my countdown timer was as low as all you other folks.

    Cheers
     
  2. DBear

    DBear VIP Whale

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    I'd personally switch up locations just for the variety. I'd go to the other end of the strip...Wynncore, V/P, even Trump if you like. Whenever I split my stays, I always mix up the location. Switching hotels that are virtually next door doesn't change the trip up too much. Going from south to north makes the 2nd half feel like a whole new trip! You can save on some walking as well if you keep to one area during the first half and the other area the next half - could be important in the summer heat. From your countdown timer, it sounds like you'll be leaving just when I'm arriving.
     
  3. chuckM

    chuckM Low-Roller

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    The Vdara Panoramic or the Trump would be my choices. The Panoramic is an incredible suite. At the Trump, a high floor facing the strip is the best.

    Or you could do a Cosmo Terrace suite.
     
  4. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Title should be "Where should I stay" or something like that. As you scroll down over the past month, you will see this topic often. And, you will find 20 different answers.

    Personally - I would save some money and get a nice room at Paris or something. Is a suite a requirement? Will your play be focused on one casino chain?
     
  5. heatherlovesvegas

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    Yes, both are amazing! I have trouble believe the Panoramic suite at Vdara is worth it over a City Corner.. I don't see how the view could be THAT much better, considering it's usually quite a bit more.

    Trump 1 bedroom corner suites are my favorite in Vegas! Amazing. Huge rooms, 2 bathrooms it's really nice. That should be well under $300 a night.
     
  6. uli_1515

    uli_1515 Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the responses. I'm looking all over and Trump really is looking nice. No the suite option is not a must but seemed to be the main area I was coming across. Ill look at the Paris now and also move my hotel id say to not another south hotel choice.

    Thanks again everyone.
     
  7. TheCanoe

    TheCanoe Low-Roller

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    For less than 300 per night, you can get a Terrace Suite with fountain view at Cosmo. You won't find a better view, and winding the night down on your balcony with a drink can't be beat IMO.
     
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