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Questions: Planet Hollywood Panorama Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by 2VegasNuts, Nov 10, 2013.

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  1. 2VegasNuts

    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    Hello All,

    We have a Panorama Suite comped at PH in a few weeks. Can someone provide some assistance as to what we should request at Check-in? Location, floor, specific room, etc. Also, do these rooms have pool tables, air hockey, etc? If not, what rooms do? Will the $20/$50 trick work during a slow weekend at Diamond Check in?

    Thank you!
     
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    Most people say the strip suite isnt that great. There is no hockey or pool in the room. It has a really nice bathtub facing the strip but that is pretty much it...

    I got a strip suite, too but i am going for the panorama suite! Trying the 20$ or pay it, we will see!
     
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    The Panorama Suite is the "bookend's" of the main tower, so you either face north or south. I feel that the north is a much better view because you get both the effiel tower and the fountain view. There are a couple of couches, small dining table and 2 large, but outdated TV's in these rooms. No gaming tables though.

    You can try the 20/50 dollar trick but it would only to get you the view you want/high floor. I doubt they would put you in the Apex suite for that little of money.

    Ask for the Bond suite facing the north!
     
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    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    Bond suite sounds great! I wonder if they can pick them by the theme name?????

    I think Apex is out of the question. What I might try and do is the Boulevard Suite. Or, maybe at least get the little connecting room with the Panorama Suite.

    Any more suggestions?
     
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    The Bond suite that we stayed in had a room that connected to make it a 2 bedroom suite...shouldnt be a problem!
     
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    I had the panoramic suite last year, it was pretty nice. Was on the 26th floor I believe and had an awesome view of the south strip (although I agree with Taking that a north view would be better) Room had 2 queen beds, 1.5 baths, dining table, and 2 sitting areas. Also had a connecting room but I didnt have access to that.

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    Thanks!

    Our host requested a room with 2 queens, so we may get that same one. I think I might also ask her if we can just pay for the connecting room up front to make sure. It would be nice to throw out an invite to friends for a "free room".
     
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    In August, my host put me into a Panarama suite. Upon late check-in (diamond check-in) I get the room keys and we head up - non-smoking room (we requested a smoking room). I stopped back at diamond check-in on my way to the casino and mentioned I requested a smoking room and after 5 minutes on the computer they gave me a new room - a Boulevard suite on a high floor (didn't even ask or tip in advance). Boulevard suite was very nice and I had an air hockey table in it (no air hockey pucks, though). It was a very nice room and I had no complaints. My buddy didn't have any complaints sleeping on the couch either - he said it was pretty comfy also.
     
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    Do you know if the boulevard suite has a connecting 2nd bedroom?
     
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    The connecting room was $25/nt, so we booked it. Now we need to decide who to invite :) Still curious about best room to request and whether an upgrade to B suite or Apex (not likely) is a good idea.
     
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