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NYNY Marquee Suite. Is it Worth It? Any other info?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Erich17, Sep 19, 2013.

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  1. Erich17

    Erich17 Low-Roller

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    The wife and I are headed down do Las Vegas over the entire Thanksgiving week and staying at NYNY because she loves it and I have MyVegas rewards for a couple nights. We will be getting into town late Monday night and leaving late Friday. Very excited. Well we got 2 nights free in a Madison Ave Room and the other 2 nights I booked in a Marquee Suite. Has anyone stayed in one? What are the chances of the $20 trick working to get the Suite for the first 2 nights. Anything else we need to know about NYNY?
     
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    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    The $20 trick might work. No reason not to try if you want to. The Marquis suite is just a slightly bigger Spa suite. Neither is a true suite. The Upgrade from a Marquis suite is a Players Suite. This is more space with a divider in the middle, so the "living room" appears separated from the bedrom. Not really. Also, the Players suite does not have a jacuzzi tub. The big draw for the Players suite is a nice 1990's BOSE stereo system. Unless you can upgrade to a Ziggaraut suite (2 upgrades over Marquis), I would pass.
     
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    The big difference between Marquis and Player's Suite is king bed vs 2 queens. There is a Jacuzzi tub in the Player's Suite, and the size is deceiving, since it is shaped like an "L" - with the BOSE system with another TV in the lower "L" section.

    I agree that the Zigg Suite is a much better upgrade, however, my attempt with the $20 has been unsuccessful (only able to upgrade one level, not two).

    I have stayed in all three 'suites' - and with the exception of the 2 bed combo of the Player's Suite, they all are quite similar (I give the nod to the Player's Suite, for 2 reasons, however - generally first room around elevator (literally on some floors), and extra space around the 'L' corner was nice for two people with separate beds).
     
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