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Paris rooms w. nice tubs?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by jnojr, Jul 20, 2015.

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  1. jnojr

    jnojr Tourist

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    Does Paris have any rooms with a nice tub for two? :-D
     
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    I stayed in a le mans suite once, it had a giant bathroom with a good sized tub.
     
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    The red rooms had a jet tub last I stayed there. Could fit two depending on how big you and he/she are. Sorry I couldn't think of a better way to word that at 4am.
     
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    I did not find the jetted tubs in the LeMans and Calais suite all that roomy for two ppl. Nor did we try to find out. Have you considered CP Palace Tower or Augustus. Much larger tubs.
     
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    I think unless you get a suite - your tub is going to be pretty small. The last time I stayed in a red room - the tub was TINY - almost like a tub in a RV.

    The calais suites and lemans suite both have a good size tub - but not that big.
     
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    If a nice tub is your thing. Paris is not the property for you in the Caesars portfolio.

    For soaking / Jacuzzi tubs you will want one of the following rooms or higher at each property.

    Caesars Palace - Augustus, Octavius or Palace Towers - Large Jacuzzi tubs in rooms easily accommodate two.
    Ballys - Grand Suites have oversized bath and Jacuzzi tubs (Both towers)
    Harrah's - Executive Suite and higher (Whirlpool)
    Planet Hollywood - Large soaker tubs in base rooms, maybe a tight fit for two. Strip Suites has gianormous tub. Resort Vista have tubs with a view (two person)
    Flamingo - No luck except for higher suites, Forever Fab and possibly the old double bay suites?
    Paris - Classic Suite and higher ( whirlpool Tub)
    Cromwell - Only Parlor suites and higher (large soaker tub)
    Rio - Masquerade / Cariocas Suites and higher (Jacuzzi tub)
     
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    Funny, I was just at Planet Hollywood two weeks ago :p And we did like the tub there. But I'm not a 'ph' fan, and I'm already staying at Paris for my upcoming trip for other reasons. But thanks for the list, definitely something to think about for the next trip!
     
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