Here's the deal. On my next trip I'd like to get a two bedroom suite, and toying around with dates it looks feasible as my out of pocket cost will be either nothing or pretty minimal. The properties I am interested in are Aria, Bellagio, Vdara, and the Mirage as I prefer mid strip. I will have ~8 friends joining me on the trip. I know that they will want to crash in the suite instead of reserving a different room, which is totally fine by me. We are all low maintenance guys that leave our girlfriends at home so nobody cares about sleeping on the floor or will need a room for a random hookup. My concerns are as follows: -I know that some of these suites have dedicated floors and require a key card just to access the elevator and floor. That isn't a problem as we will be returning together at all times and have several keys. I assume that going to and from the room during the day will be no issue. But if it's 4am and we are all heading back from the casino floor to the room, will the concierge (or whoever is there on the dedicated floor) stop us or anything if we have a group of that size? The entire group is early to mid 20s if that matters at all, maybe we'd have less leeway than an older group? -We typically spend 5 or so hours at the pool each morning and early afternoon. I know some hotels require your room key for access. If we have ~8 people walking in with 2/3/4 room keys, will this be an issue? I know there will likely be suggestions of just having some of the group split a second room in the same hotel, but I'm not interested in that as I see no reason for them to pay a collective $500+ out of their own pockets when the suite will have two king beds, a couch, and plenty of space (I have no problem at all sleeping on the floor if it comes to that). Worst case, I guess we just stay in a standard two queen room where none of the aforementioned problems could arise. Thanks in advance for the help. This board is a wealth of information.