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Planet Hollywood noisey vs quieter rooms

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by shokhead, Nov 25, 2012.

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  1. shokhead

    shokhead I'm no big spender!

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    Want to stay there for 5 nights in early June. Never have stayed there. Can get the Hollywood Hip King, Hollywood Hip Strip View, Mountain Luxury Room comped. Which one would have the least noise from the music I've heard about.
     
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    We usually have always had the North tower and a strip view room. The only noise I have ever had was when we were the first room off the elevator. That only bothered me the first night. A higher floor would/should be okay.

    We did just stay on the 7th floor and it was the north tower about pool level. I could see the cabana tops out the window. We didn't hear any music. We did have workers out on that roof making noise during the weekdays.

    If you take the strip view ask for the North tower. It's closer to the B fountains.
     
  3. Reston

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    Room type doesn't matter as much as floor. The higher the better. I also find it quieter and more options on the mountain (non-Strip) side.
     
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    been there twice once in each tower never heard a sound
     
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    I haven't ever had a problem with noise there, except for the time I had the room next to the elevator. All night it was like the subway was going through the wall behind the headboard.
     
  6. shokhead

    shokhead I'm no big spender!

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    So I guess I'll go for a Mountain Luxury Room as high up as I can get.
     
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