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Suite on the Strip Recommendations

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Landshark, Jul 9, 2014.

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  1. Landshark

    Landshark Way into it...

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    Decided to hold off on my solo Septembed trip; instead, I'll be traveling with two girls in February. We've decided to splurge a bit and get a nice strip-view two-bedroom suite, preferably one with a hot tub. Any recommendations on decently priced suites?
     
  2. lotso-bear

    lotso-bear VIP Whale

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    I'm assuming you and the ladies won't be sharing the same bed? :wink2:
     
  3. bdautch

    bdautch High-Roller

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    Yeah they will! The second bedroom is for the other girls he'll be picking up along the way.

    But seriously, take a look at Anthology, which groups all of CET's suites into one site so it's easier to search. Also look at the Marriott Grand Chateau, which has pretty cheap suites and has a big tub (but I can't remember if it's jetted or not).

    http://www.anthologysuites.com/
     
  4. lotso-bear

    lotso-bear VIP Whale

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    Elara has some decently priced suites. I believe a few of them have hot tubs as well.
     
  5. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I assume you mean a true hot tub, not a jetted tub. My recommendation would be either Mandalay Bay or NYNY. I stayed in a gigantic MB suite for Super Bowl weekend with a hot tub large enough to hold at least four people. At NYNY, just last week I toured the Ritz suite. It has a hot tub in the bedroom. It's not two bedroom, but the Ritz suite connects to a standard guest room. Have fun!
     
  6. heatherlovesvegas

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    I would look at Elara, Vdara, those would probably be your best bet, best deal, also they will have kitchens, good for a little partying.. overall a 2 bedroom suite, is usually at least the cost of a 1 bedroom suite. Keep that in mind. Probably close to $400-$2000 a night depending on your dates.

    Here's one of the Elara ones, looks pretty awesome. That view, damn!
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    Youtube them all and see which appeals to you :)

    If you are interested in the Caesars ones. Some of these are quite pricey. But maybe a better deal at some of the lower tier properties.
    http://www.anthologysuites.com/
     
  7. S'AllGoodMan

    S'AllGoodMan High-Roller

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    The rooms at Ballys have a huge hot tub. Can fit 3 no problem.
     
  8. ex507

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    Because we always try to get a 2BDR suite i have been looking these up for quite a while. In my opinion its not worth to book any of the CET (anthology) suites. Its just way too pricey. I do not know why they charge so much money even for the smaller 2BDR suites.

    In my opinion mlife has much better prices. Way for bang for the B'. I just booked the 2BDR tower suite at the mirage. It was actually the cheapest i could find at a casino hotel. Even the Flamingo metro suite was more expensive. So if you wanna have a casino hotel you should check out the mlife suites. Go to their website, i hope you have a mlife playerscard?

    I stayed at the Planet Hollywood last year. We upgraded at check in and that is actually the only way for me to get a CET suite. Upgrading at check in was like half the price or even less than the price they would normally charge. Still not cheap and kind of a pain in the butt because you are totally screwed if they do not have any of these suites available, but it worked for us. The suite was alright, really really nice view (hard to beat that) but it was pretty old and run down. I would NOT book this suite again except for super duper cheap!

    As said above, check out the non-casino-hotel suites. The price of the Elara suites are hard to beat, very very nice suites (atleast by the pictures and videos, i did not stay there yet). The only bad thing about it is its not right on the strip. As far as i know its connected to the PH. If you liked PH, that would be worth a try! Also check out the Vdara. Even the one bedroom suites are huge and this property itself is very nice. The one i know its huge and affordable is the marriott chateau but i cant tell you much more about it.

    If i was you, i would stick with the mirage tower suite/the penthouse or check out the skyline terrace suite (can get pricey) or the skyline marquee suite. MGM suites are pretty freshly upgraded. Because i like the north strip more than the south strip, i chose mirage.
     
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  9. UKFanatic

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    Generally speaking, the mlife hotels have a lot of fabulous suites. But I think the OP is requesting advice on one with a hot tub. It has been a few years since I stayed in a 2BR suite at the Mirage, but I don't remember it having a hot tub
     
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    If your dates are right, you can get the Vdara two-bedroom penthouse suite for $281 a night ...
     
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    I thought it was preferably and not a must have. Thats why i suggested these suites.

    The tower nor the panorama suite have real hot tubs. Both have a bubbly bathtub, the panorama suite has it literally in the middle of the room. But the bathtub itself isnt very big..
     
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    Really? I've never seen it that cheap...

    Vdara penthouses come with a limo from the airport too. These condo hotels are definitely a better deal for the 2 bedrooms though.
     
  13. Landshark

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    Thanks everyone!
     
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    I would consider the Mandalay Bay X2 suite.

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    If the hotel isn't that busy the rates are decent (300-600 a night), and it can be hard finding 2BR on the strip.
     
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