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Polo Tower vs. Tahiti Village Dreaded "Help Me Choose " Thread

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Camp Rusty, Jun 15, 2014.

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  1. Camp Rusty

    Camp Rusty Low-Roller

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    Heynow Gamblers, need a hand if you can help. We are going to exchange a Whistler BC ski week condo for Vegas in September. This is one of those threads I never thought I'd start, just goes to show ya', never say never.

    Our available choices are Polo Tower, Tahiti Village, and the Royal. Royal is likely already out as the units do not have kitchens.

    Any one stay at any of these ?

    Thanks Everyone
    Rusty :beer:
     
  2. VeddaLasVegas

    VeddaLasVegas Low-Roller

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    I would chose Polo Towers because they are the closer to mid strip.
     
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    paperposter VIP Whale

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    i was going to say dont know much about any but i would say polo also as its center strip

    i think some vmb user just spent some time a t village so maybe they can chime in
     
  4. Camp Rusty

    Camp Rusty Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the info..... I think I'll do the tripadvisor thing next and see what they have to say.
     
  5. bdautch

    bdautch High-Roller

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    I actually think the Polo rooms are quite nice. It's cool to have that mini-balcony where you can barely see the Bellagio fountains (maybe), and the beds are pretty comfortable if you get a one-bedrooms (those studios with the Murphy beds can rot in heck, for all I care). The only downside is that weird alley you have to walk up and down to/from the Strip, but it's not all that long.
     
  6. Rut Dog

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    Polo if you like walking to casinos, you're in the middle of the strip.

    Tahiti if you want an off-strip relaxed experience, with some families. Also near outlet mall and LV Town Square shopping center.
     
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