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Selecting a room at the plaza

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by 63hearts, Mar 27, 2016.

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  1. 63hearts

    63hearts Low-Roller

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    Trying the plaza hotel for the first time on my next trip, any advice on room selection? I don't mind noise but unless I get a nice view looking up Fremont I'd rather not the noise. I would take a "recently renovated" room over a larger room, and from some pictures I've seen, some have absolutely tiny tv's. Yes I know we don't go to Vegas for tv's but I do like to catch the fearporn in the morning and know what's up in the world and I'm half blind so a larger tv is nice. (If I were comped at the gg in a suite, that was nice sized)
     
  2. PTC Larry

    PTC Larry Low-Roller

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    South Tower, high floor in the middle. Between the sirens on Main street and the trains in the rear ask for higher middle room. Since they put the bandstand on the end of Fremont I am not sure there are any rooms that can look down the street. Drink a lot and go to bed late and you won't care about the room or noise, enjoy.
     
  3. Blonde_4_ever

    Blonde_4_ever "The Welfare Queen of Windsor"

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    I usually stay in the north tower, the one closest to check in,
    but I ask for a room looking out at the mountains and I don't hear a thing.
     
  4. marksind

    marksind Low-Roller

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    My usual Plaza request - south tower, south side, east end, up. Puts you away and facing away from Fremont Street noise and from railroad tracks, plus provides a view toward the strip. I've wondered about the west facing rooms in the north tower. Blonde says they are quiet, so could be fine as well. I've had Fremont Street facing rooms in the north tower twice. Very loud unless you don't go to bed until after 2:00 am.
     
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