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Paris room type- which is the best?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by vegasloverfromatl, Apr 15, 2015.

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  1. vegasloverfromatl

    vegasloverfromatl Low-Roller

    Jun 30, 2013
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Hi guys,

    I'm trying to book my fall trip and have the following available comped. Which one is the best room?

    Red room/1 king/high floor

    Red room/1 king/high floor/end of hallway

    Classic room/1 king/eiffel view

    Also, the classic rooms are the bottom level right? What is a blue room? Same as classic?

    Are there other standard rooms that are better? What's a P room?

  2. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

    Apr 19, 2004
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Yes, the blue rooms are the classics. We prefer the Red Rooms on a high floor with a fountain view. The last rooms at the end of the hallway are the old "P" rooms that have windows on 2 walls. Possibly have been remodeled to be a red room....hope someone else can provide that info.
    Impatiently Waiting....
  3. mganut

    mganut High-Roller

    Jul 6, 2012
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Tough decision there Vegasloverfrom atl...especially being comped!

    We have stayed in both the Red rooms and the Classic (formerly called Blue) rooms and since they have been upgrading the Classic rooms over the past year or so there is very little difference in our opinion between them. The main difference that we have noticed is that the Red room's color scheme seems to jump out more versus the gold colors utilized in the Classic rooms.

    Our personal preference is a high floor room with the pool/Eiffel Tower/Bellagio fountains view much more than the room color. A year ago they were still in the process of removing the old mini bars and replacing them with small refrigerators in the armoire and adding flat panel TV's in the Classic rooms but I believe that this has now been completed.

    The P rooms are corner rooms with windows on two adjoining walls providing additional views but the room seemed a bit smaller to us. We just did not care for the overall layout. That may be just us being used to the same layout each trip and knowing our way around the room in the dark!

    Best of luck on your decision and feel free to ask anything else that may come to mind.
  4. Mooda

    Mooda Low-Roller

    Nov 24, 2014
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Red room high floor.
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