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Question on BookIt mystery hotel

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by bwatson23, Feb 9, 2015.

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  1. bwatson23

    bwatson23 Low-Roller

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    So, my wife is big into websites that have "mystery hotel deals' to get super savings. She's done it before and gotten us some nice rates at places like Caesar's Palace and The Venetian in the past.

    This time she put in some info on when we will be traveling there and she's stumped on which resort it could be, so I was hoping to pass some of the info along here to see if anyone had any good guesses. Thanks for everyone's help!

    Info includes a "24-hour casino" so we know it isn't the Trump. Some of the info for the room includes:

    x large, spacious rooms with wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows.
    x king bed (2 beds are available on a request basis only and are not guaranteed).
    x separate seating area with couch and ottoman, dining table and chairs and flat screen LCD television.
    x bathrooms have soaking tubs, his & her sinks, glass enclosed separate shower, plush towels and robes as well as small flat screen LCD and dressing table area.

    She has a couple ideas and so do I, but any help is certainly appreciated! Thanks!
     
  2. VegasDave

    VegasDave Addicted

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    Sounds like Venetian to me
     
  3. hammie

    hammie VIP Whale

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    C'mon, dish the rate! Don't keep it to yourself!

    See if there is a resort fee mentioned, how much? How long is your stay? Is it possible to buy one night to reveal the name, then buy the rest of the nights with more confidence? Might need two computers to do this.
     
  4. bwatson23

    bwatson23 Low-Roller

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    Excellent points! My wife searched for four (4) days in July from Monday-Friday and the rate was $142 and it has $315 crossed out in red as the "original price" for the room.

    "5 Star Opulent Mystery on The Strip" is what it's listed at on BookIt. The resort fee is $25 per night and it's listed as a "5 Star, 5 Diamond Resort"
     
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    I agree with V/P, but we stayed @ Encore several years back and that also describes their rooms. Really having a hard time believing it would be that though. Most posts I have read (there are a couple dealing with Priceline and Hotwire, I just Google them), seem to come back V/P.
     
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