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Old TR: Hard Rock 7/18-7/21/2014 Strippers in suite

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by PayTriple, Sep 10, 2014.

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  1. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    My Trip Report

    Location: The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Lucky Seven Suite.
    I've always wanted to stay in the Lucky Seven Suite, after reading about it on the web
    Here are some sites describing the suite at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

    http://www.mademan.com/the-5-most-expensive-places-to-stay-in-vegas/

    http://www.casinob.com/casino-blog/las-vegas/top-5-high-roller-suites-in-vegas/

    http://www.hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-hotel/casino-tower/lucky-seven-suite

    It was awesome!!

    Group: Small group of friends from college, the suite had 3 bedrooms and 4 beds.

    And of course, if you have a stripper pole in your suite, you need to invite some strippers!
    The pics are in the After Dark section.

    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?111781-Strippers-in-suite-7-18-7-21-2014

    More details about the food and gambling to follow.
     
  2. hillwood24

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    Great pictures of the strippers!
     
  3. ND80

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    Except they have clothes on :wink2:
     
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    I need to crash one of Pay Triples parties. JK...


    His TR sounds like what happens in VEGAS..... Thanks for posting on VMB.
     
  5. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    Not for too long....:banana:
     
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    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    You are welcome! And now that I am on the VMB, you will know when I am in Vegas, so if the timing is right, you are invited!:beer:

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    Thanks!
     
  7. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    Gambling: Mostly Baccarat and Craps.

    Baccarat: Made about 15K, hit some shoes with long Player's streaks, betting 100 to 3200 per hand.
    I used a negative progression, and only bet on Player, since the commission screws up my doubling if I bet on Banker.
    I remember hitting a player 14 streak, and had started to increase my bets after 6 in a row.

    Craps: went with the Pass line this time, betting 200 with 600-800-1000 odds,
    but hit the worst streak I have ever seen of setting up the point and 2 come bets, then 7-out, without hitting even 1 of the come bets.
    I remember this happening 3 times in row right off the bat, and out of the first 15 rollers, maybe 8 times with setting up 1 or 2 come bets, then 7 out.
    Lost 25K in craps in that first session.

    Continued to play the Pass line the rest of the trip, but at reduced betting of 50 to 100 on the Pass line, with full odds, but NOT taking more than one come bet at a time.
    Lost another 5K, so overall lost about 15K on the trip.
     
  8. pokerbucketlist

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    Looking forward to the trip report!
     
  9. PayTriple

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    Food:

    35 Steak and Martinis: I like this place, the steaks are tasty, their wine list is not bad, and the decor is modern, which I like.
    I remember seeing some really hot girls while dining there...oh, wait, they were with me! :peace:
    (Funny how a steak always seems to taste better when I'm eating with a buxom blonde.)

    Fu: Decor is not the same upscale like other Asian places on the Strip like Lemongrass or Blossoms at Aria, or Wing Lei at the Wynn.
    But the food was fresh and tasty...maybe had something to do with the company I was with.

    Culinary Dropout: I really like this place, but it is loud with rock and roll music in the background. The sandwiches were very tasty and the portions were generous.
    Had not yet met up with the girls yet, so this review is unbiased.

    Nobu: Ahh...sushi! No sushi in the suite for this trip (see my other Old TR at the Aria for sushi party pictures).
    http://www.vegasmessageboard.com/forums/showthread.php?111690-Old-TR-Aria-3-28-4-01-Warning-Sushi-porn!

    This place is way overpriced. Although the food is delicious, I just can't get over paying $25-30 per piece of sushi.
    If you order the cold sake, ask for the wooden square bamboo cups, this makes for a nice touch.
    They also have a cronut on the menu for dessert. I never had one until now, it was pretty tasty.
     
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    Odds and Ends:

    So some things that happened on this trip that were unusual.

    1) The Hard Rock is more like a medium casino, not quite a lower end place like Casino Royale, but certainly not a MGM, CET, Wynn, or Venetian.
    This shows up in little things.
    For example, I had $1000 play credit, but I could only get $250 per day, and they made me go to the cage each day to get a slip of paper (not even chips), that I could play with.
    Another example: I gave the girls yellow 1K chips as a donation to their respective college funds, to save me the hassle of going down to the cage.
    But they came back to the room saying that the cage would not cash the chips for them, despite seeing their IDs!
    So I had to go to the cage, to get the cash myself.
    I'm not sure whether it is a security issue or not, but I have never had this happen at another larger casino.

    2) One time I was at the cage cashing in 3K in chips, another guy (young yuppy type) walks up on my left hand side near the divider, clearly trying to get the cashier's attention.
    I said "Hey buddy, I'm not done yet, would you mind stepping back?"
    He starts giving me lip "I don't give a fuck about your measly 3 thousand".
    By this time, the cashier had handed me the Benjamins, so I started to walk away and said "Fuck you asshole".
    If this ever happens again, I will hand a 100 back to the cashier and say "Can you please change this for me?"
    And keep doing this, just to make that asshole wait.
    And then I would ask for the cage manager to tell the dick to move back, since I want my privacy.

    3) Many young ladies these days also seem to like other young ladies...nothing wrong with that, in my book, just making an observation.

    4) I had a $500 chip stolen in the room, which I blame on myself because I had forgotten to lock this one chip away in the safe.
    One of the girls (pretty sure I know the one), but overall, I just consider it part of the college donation fund.
    (Did not bother to check their vagina's, since I had my Rolex on me).
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/stolen-watches-recovered-women-vaginas-cops-article-1.1922110

    Always keep valuables in the safe, and assume any stranger in Vegas will steal what is not locked down.
     
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    The Lucky Seven Suite.

    Sorry, I forget to tell you about the Suite itself.

    The layout is very conducive for a large party.
    On the left is the Master bedroom, with a great bathroom set-up similar to the Aria and Cosmo.
    It has a massage chair, which is awesome,
    (It is a sight to behold when you have a buxom female sitting in the chair and it is vibrating...like having the invisible man doing the motorboarding!)

    The main room is very large and rectangular, easily would fit 50 to 75 people.
    The bar is nicely set up along the long part of the room, so it is accessible by many people at the same time.

    The windows open up to fresh air! This was a plus for all the smokers.
    The room overlooks the Pool, so it can get loud during the day, but we didn't mind, since we were there to party.
    Also, it was great looking at all the sunbathing partiers down below.

    The stripper pole and jacuzzi room in on the right, immediately off the main room.
    The jacuzzi had flashing lights, and the water came down from the ceiling to fill it!

    The sound system was awesome.

    The two other bedrooms were further right, next to the pole/jacuzzi room.

    There were 3 bathrooms total.

    Overall, a very nice party pad, and one that I will be looking forward to staying and partying in again.
     
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    Doing Vegas as it should be done...good stuff.

    And eff that clown from the cashier window. It would have been funny if you slow rolled the shit out of him by getting change a single hundred at a time
     
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    Dang it... I was here the following week... I would loved to crash this party! Sounds like it was a lot of fun... thanks for sharin' it with us!
     
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    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    Thanks!
    Yeah, that guy really pissed me off.
    He was so entitled about getting what he wanted.
    But overall, I have to say that running into asswipes like that is not common.
    Usually most people in Vegas are there to have a good time...like VMBers!
     
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    Next time, you are invited!
     
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    Good stuff!
     
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    Nice TR! I would say that was 15k well spent!
     
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    Nice TR triple. We need to play some baccarat and party it up. :thumbsup:
     
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    :nworthy:
    Pay Triple.


    NEED to join the next party
     
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    Baccarat and partying:
    Reminded me of a fantasy I have about playing baccarat at the table limit, while getting...special attention from a female's oral cavity... at the same time.
    Highly doubt the casino would allow that!

    Always looking to party with like-minded people with a positive outlook who appreciate the, uh, finer (raunchier?) things in life.
     
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