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Quiet Rooms At Encore

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Mikey07, Jun 1, 2016.

  1. Mikey07

    Mikey07 Low-Roller

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    Our first 3 nights are at the Encore and as we'll be bringing an 8 hour time difference with us we're rather partial to an afternoon nap in the first few days to help see us through the evening.

    It's a Resort Suite King that we've booked. Is there a particular side of the building or minimum floor level that we should be asking for?

    Thanks.
     
  2. luci5

    luci5 Low-Roller

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    Just ask for a quiet room when you check in. We did when we stayed there and were allocated a room on the 63rd floor, facing north at the far end of the corridor and it was really quiet.
     
  3. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Facing north is the key. I'm not sure if the noise from the pool will reach the top floors, but the bass from the nightclub sure does. So make sure you're facing north. As mentioned, asking for a "quiet room" should get the job done - the front desk clerks will understand.
     
  4. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    I find that almost all rooms in Vegas are towards the quiet side. The only sound issues are generally from late night clubs, or that pain the ass neighbor and friends. I am often perplexed when people suggest staying at a non casino hotel for quiet. Once I get in the elevator, I never, ever hear the casino. (that comment does not apply to this poster).

    Yea, ask for a quiet room... further down the hall, the better.
     
  5. Mikey07

    Mikey07 Low-Roller

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    Thanks folks.
     
  6. jack1057

    jack1057 Low-Roller

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    We stayed in North facing room and it was quiet