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Showers and pillows at Paris

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by mickeydfly13, Jan 11, 2014.

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  1. mickeydfly13

    mickeydfly13 Tourist

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    I like staying and playing at Paris, but can't stand the lack of water pressure in the rooms. Also, the pillows are horrendous--big, lumpy things that give me a sore neck. Anyone else have the same opinion? Wondering if Bally's is the same or not as I have a trip coming up in 2 weeks and am currently booked at Paris but will switch to Bally's if it's better. Thanks for the info!
     
  2. sybgal

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    We only stay at Paris or Ballys. Agree with you on the pillows.....have had better ones at Ballys. Can't say we've ever had an issue with the water pressure. Our next stay is in a Jubilee room and hoping for nice new firm pillows.
     
  3. hazfun

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    Agree about paris pillows..Call housekeeping ask for foam pillows...did this
    last week they were great.They will bring you as many as you need....
     
  4. S'AllGoodMan

    S'AllGoodMan High-Roller

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    Pillows suck in both places. We always get foam pillows about an inch thick. Call and request feather and they bring more sucky foam ones... I really think its all they have.
     
  5. numeno

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    Apparently I'm ok with passing out on lumpy pillows. :)
     
  6. atcmurph

    atcmurph Watcher Of The Skies

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    I have no problem with the pillows at Paris. The weak-ass shower is another story.
     
  7. leo21

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    Don't remember the pillows specifically at Paris but nationwide the pillow situation is disappointing. The shower was fine. The real issue to me is the worthless bathtub - what was the point of even putting that tiny thing in the room?
     
  8. atcmurph

    atcmurph Watcher Of The Skies

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    I should clarify. I am a female with a little longer than shoulder-length hair. The time it takes to rinse out shampoo and conditioner is annoying. I mean, the shower is not a trickle or anything, but I wouldn't call the water pressure good. And amen on the bathtub. I mean, really. Unless you have a small child you are bathing it it worthless.
     
  9. texasgal62

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    The bathtub is there for us girls to wash our hair! I agree that it takes so long to wash my hair in the shower that I've taken to kneeling on the floor, dumping my head under the bathtub spout, and washing it there. Great pressure! Otherwise my hubby fills the ice bucket with warm water and dumps it over my head! Creativity is the spice of life! Lol
     
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    Pillows at the Aria are awesome :thumbsup: as are the beds
    Shower pressure not fab but ok :peace:
     
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