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Paris vs flamingo

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by golfer1903, Nov 25, 2014.

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  1. golfer1903

    golfer1903 Low-Roller

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    Paris 2 queen luxury room
    Or
    Flamingo go room luxury 2 queen

    And why

    Size
    Fridge
    Larger bathroom
    Beds
    Couch or table
    More modern


    Casino or food choice not worried about. Won't play or eat much on site

    Looking for best for 4 people for a week to live in
    Yes I know there are better choice. But have a budget unless you got an idea on another comparable room option
     
  2. dbueler

    dbueler High-Roller

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    I've stayed in both and greatly prefer the GO rooms. The GO rooms do have a frig, my Paris room did not. The bathroom in the GO room is a nice size, note the sliding door is frosted glass. The beds in the GO rooms are very comfortable, I greatly preferred them (and the bedding) to my Paris room. Additionally, the GO rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, the view will be incredible. The GO room also has a very large flat screen tv which I enjoy.

    Regardless, enjoy your trip!
    diane

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    I've stayed in both and greatly prefer the GO rooms. The GO rooms do have a frig, my Paris room did not. The bathroom in the GO room is a nice size, note the sliding door is frosted glass. The beds in the GO rooms are very comfortable, I greatly preferred them (and the bedding) to my Paris room. Additionally, the GO rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, the view will be incredible. The GO room also has a very large flat screen tv which I enjoy.

    Regardless, enjoy your trip!
    diane
     
  3. leo21

    leo21 VIP Whale

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    I prefer Paris overall but in your case, I'd take the largest room which happens to be Paris. I had a fridge in my Paris room and the bathroom was pretty big. Don't know the furniture setup in a double queen though. But for four people, I would probably shoot fot Bally's which is even larger.
     
  4. Jordan

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    I've stayed in both.....and with 4 people in the room, I'd vote for the Paris simply cause of the frosted glass bathroom door in the Flamingo GO rooms!

    Unless you are EXTREMLY close to people who are staying with you!
     
  5. VegasLambie

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    I would look at a Bally's Jubilee room as well. They are HUGE and recently updated.
     
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    macker69 Canadian Ambassador for Sully's Bar

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    Normally I would say Flamingo Go Luxury having stayed in both rooms many times. That being said after my May trip the music from Drais pounded til 5am. Even going to bed at 4am being homeless drunk I tossed and turned until the music stopped. Given that I would go with Paris and try the $20 trick for a red room. I would agree with the other poster who suggested Ballys Jubilee Tower an alternative.
     
  7. jgates8

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    I have never had a Paris room (since they removed mini-bars) that did not have a fridge? Not sure why you would have not had one - the old mini-bars were converted to fridges. No freezer section in that & not as cold as a true fridge, but definitely works.

    If you are referring to co-workers, etc sharing the room I would say go with Paris - the counter area in the bathroom is a lot larger - even my daughter & I don't have enough room for all her stuff at Flamingo lol. The frosted bathroom door also could be a kicker. I have stayed with one co-worker, my daughter & my mom in Flamingo GO - but wouldn't want to try to do it with 4 people or someone I am not close to.

    By the time you pay the extra person fee for the last 2 it might be more comfortable to put that towards a 2nd room.

    I would also suggest the Ballys Jubilee Tower if available - nice new rooms & decent size. The fridge is hidden inside the dresser - it IS THERE. Bathroom door in my room faced the hall entry vs towards the room - although others may be laid out differently - but still a bit more bathroom privacy than a Go room. Counter not as large as Paris in bath, but bigger than Flamingo.

    Beds - Flamingo Go - very comfortable, Ballys Jubilee - very comfortable, Paris regular - least comfy of the three but they did put in new mattresses a couple years ago and no longer rock hard - no problem sleeping.

    In any of the 3 make sure you have earplugs. Drais or Chateau at Paris or even the club over at Cosmo can make sleeping difficult.
     
  8. GeorgeJ.

    GeorgeJ. Low-Roller

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    Depending upon what your budget is, I'd suggest a two-bedroom suite at the Hilton Grand Vacations Club behind the Flamingo...2 king beds, full kitchen, living room, 2 bathrooms, 2 jacuzzi tubs, etc. Much nicer than either Flamingo or Paris..and you won't have to squeeze 4 people in one room with one bathroom..
     
  9. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    So, where will you be playing and eating?

    Will all folks have similar schedules - meaning when one person turns lights on - everyone is up. When one person turns lights off, everyone is down.
     
  10. golfer1903

    golfer1903 Low-Roller

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    Exact schedule. Hut two shower at nite. Two shower in am. No problem there. Looking for most quite at nite for. Nicest place for the liwest price so we have more cash for actuvities during the day. No excalibur or Circus Circus rooms. Step up from them. Do like a shower stall vs a shower in the tub
     
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