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Plaza Air Conditioning - How is it?

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by dooner, Aug 15, 2014.

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  1. dooner

    dooner High-Roller

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    I gotta have a cool room - the a/c is very important. How's the a/c at the Plaza?

    Does it cool the room down sufficiently? (I don't care about noise/rattling - that's actually 'white noise' for me?)
     
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    warpdrvr Low-Roller

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    We stayed at the Plaza in June when it was mid 90's outside. We had a south facing room in the south tower. The AC worked great for us. We like it cold when we sleep and it worked just fine...
     
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    Blonde_4_ever "The Welfare Queen of Windsor"

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    I am happy to hear this too!!!
     
  4. dooner

    dooner High-Roller

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    Extra question --> which tower to request for least noise?
     
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    aliasyoshi Low-Roller

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    Have stayed in both towers this year and A/C was great in both. I thought noise level was low in both, even slightly facing the railroad tracks. North tower is closer to the front desk, if that matters.
     
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    northerngirl Low-Roller

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    I stayed at the plaza with my hot blooded sisters starting August 1 for three nights. They both set the air so high I felt like I was living in a meat locker! You will be fine.
     
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    zlanga Low-Roller

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    The A/C units were the best thing about the Plaza rooms even before the remodel. I don't know that I have seen many hotels (yes including much much newer hotels) that have A/C units as awesome as the ones at the Plaza. And their hot water rocks as well.
     
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    QIKFIX Low-Roller

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    I have stayed in both Towers & the air-con is great in both.

    Our first step upon checking in is lower the air-con to the coolest setting.

    We are going to need it in 2 weeks time for sure.

    Q
     
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    We stayed at the Plaza about 10 years ago, north tower, facing north. The room was surprisingly nice. We **DID** get railroad noise both day and night. It does not bother me, I'm used to such things, but for a light sleeper I could see that it would be annoying.
     
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    Great news! I like to keep my room cool too.
     
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    maxdaddy254 Tourist

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    works like a charm, not quiet, but who cares. I'm in the south tower, facing north. Glad to also report we didn't have another 4AM fire drill last night.
     
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