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Strip Hotel / Suite for multiple people

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by themightydude, Oct 16, 2015.

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  1. themightydude

    themightydude High-Roller

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    Trying to think of some options for a trip that's over a year away.

    Myself and about 6 guys for a weekend in Vegas. I know this question has been asked before but I couldn't find that post so just starting a new one.

    Most of these guys haven't been to vegas before I was thinking about booking a suite..something like a skyline terrace at MGM or similar suite at another hotel. Obviously, 7 guys in 1 suite is a lot, so was thinking about this:

    Book a skyline terrace + 1 or 2 more standard double queen rooms, or book 2 suites that could handle 3-4 guys each. Any suggestions on hotels / suites that might work for that, or should I just book a suite, then book a couple extra standard rooms? Would a hotel like the MGM, Cosmo, Bellagio frown upon a request for an extra cot or something in a suite? May not need one though..I'm sure someone could crash on a couch just as easy.

    Thoughts?
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    You can get rollaways in a suite.

    Your cheaper route is definitely one suite plus other rooms on the same floor.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Do not expect guys to share a big room. Sleeping all over the place. Fart city. Dumps-o-rama. Messes. Sweaty steaming bathrooms.

    Maybe one room to have some drinks, etc.

    But sleep time is not to be shared.
     
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    themightydude High-Roller

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    Yeah. I think I'm leaning towards something like a mgm skyline terrace suite then a couple extra rooms on.

    Which other casinos have rooms similar to the skyline terrace suite at mgm? Can be strip or downtown casinos
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Nothing is really like that with the outdoor balcony.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    As to sleeping, most suites have ONE bed. Many suites do not even have a separate bedroom from the living room.

    So, you have all these "dudes" sharing one bath... well....

    Get one suite if you are going to do room parties... but separate rooms for sleeping. I would be hard pressed to ever share a room with more than one person. In Vegas, I barely want to share with my spouse due to different waking/gambling/sleeping hours.
     
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    themightydude High-Roller

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    Thanks for the advice guys.

    I think we'll head towards a suite for a couple of us, and get some additional rooms as well.
     
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    benbrownjr Low-Roller

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    The one suggestion I could think of is the suite at the Palms used by the cast of the Real World since it was designed to hold 7 folks in it.
    Just a thought
     
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