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Suite with 3 beds

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Aurelien, Feb 15, 2013.

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  1. Aurelien

    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    Hi everyone, I'm going to VEGAS again :thumbsup:

    this time I'll be with 2 friends, and we will book 3 rooms for the week but we would like to book at least 1 large suite for a night on the strip.
    Do you know any place that have 3 beds available?

    Thanks!
     
  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    most 2BR suites have 1 king in the master and 2 queens in the second room. but then 2 of you are sharing a room. if you're thinking in your mind about how it's going to be like a Hangover moment, get ready to shell out $10k for that one night.
     
  3. VegasKing

    VegasKing Low-Roller

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    How much are you willing to shell out?
    Go to vrbo.com and look for either 2 adjoining rooms at the Signature (this would be a suite, 1 br and 1 pull out sofa & a jr suite with a bed and pull out sofa). Would be a decent deal compared to others. The 2 adjoining essentially become 1 suite with a balcony. Also, the Elara has 3br suites as well.

    Mirage Villas - http://www.mirage.com/thevillas/

    Mandalay Bay X3 suite - http://www.mandalaybay.com/accommodations/mandalay-bay/x3-suite/

    Sure there are plenty of others as well.
     
  4. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    Maybe the 2 bedroom suite at Elara. Or Vdara, Trump. those might be a little more economical than getting one at a "normal" casino hotel.
     
  5. Naturaleight

    Naturaleight High-Roller

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    If price is a factor, the X3 Suite at Mandalay bay is quite inexpensive, I think about $300-$600 a night and has 3 beds. I stayed in it with a bunch of friends and it was quite accommodating.

    The only other one I can think of off the top of my head is a two bedroom Penthouse Suite at Bellagio (one with a King one with 2 Queens) but that's gonna run you up about $1000-$1200 a night.
     
  6. Aurelien

    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    Great guys thank you for the help, I'll check the rate and accomodations you told me about. If anybody have anything else, I'll be glad to read about it as well :)
     
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    smrtypnts Low-Roller

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    The Venetian has 3 beds...sort of.....make sure you get the Bella suite with 2 queens and it will also have a pull out couch. Boom--3 beds.
     
  8. Aurelien

    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    That's an idea, we just need to flip some coins to decide who gets what :)
     
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    SAFCdurham Tourist

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    2 bedroom hospitality suite at the Mirage, King bed in main room, 2 queens in the other room.
     
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    spicole Low-Roller

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    It's not on the strip, but you can get a suite at the Rio with 2 queen beds and a hide-a-bed for probably a fraction of the cost as the Venetian. I was with a group of 6 guys a few years ago who stayed in adjoining suites. If you are travelling on a budget it's not a bad way to go.
     
  11. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    A very high majority of suites in Vegas have one bed - King. And many of them are just a larger room.

    The term suite means different things to different people. To me, it has a SEPARATE door to bedroom vs living room. To the V/P,they all rooms suites, with very view that have a separate door. Nice, large rooms though.

    As you move up, the rooms get nicer. Some suites 0r oversized rooms allow a connecting room with 1 or 2 beds. Pricewise, that often is better.

    All comes down to what you are trying to do. If you wind up only getting ready and sleeping in the room vs hitting the strip - spending lots may not work.
     
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    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    I 2nd the vote for Elara. The 2/3 BR suites are absolutely amazing. Full size kitchen, 4-6 person spa tub, and a 12'x8' HDTV with a 6 seat leather sectional and 2 cozy chairs to watch it. Elara is attached to PH, so it's still like staying at a casino.
     
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    i happened to come across a youtube video of a 2 bedroom suite at flamingo while i was looking at other rooms. like others have said 1 room was a king bed and the other was 2 queens with a common room in the center (living room, dining table and bar)... i didn't see it on the TR reservations site, so you may need to call for prices
     
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    Aurelien Low-Roller

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    The Elara seems a very good idea, 2 king + a queen size sofa bed!
    Thank you guys, I'll talk about it to the guys.
    If one of you are going there june 21-28 beer is on me :beer:
     
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    just saw some specials Elara if you are a AAA member. Looks nice!
     
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    This would be one of my suggestions. To book these rooms, you need to call several months in advance as there are a limited number of rooms available.

    Elara has caught my attention lately as well with their rooms and the rates are much more reasonable.
    http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/nevada/elara-a-hilton-grand-vacations-hotel-center-strip-LASCSGV/accommodations/suites.html
     
  17. danjr

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    When we were looking for places to stay for my bachelor party, I emailed Cosmo and they sent me info on a place not listed on the website:

    "Two Bedroom City Suite: (Can only be booked through Resort Services)- 1,615 sq ft. two separate bedrooms (1st room has 1 king bed + full bathroom. 2nd room has 2 queen beds + full bathroom) large living room with pull out sofa sleeper. This suite also includes a 3/4 bathroom. This includes a fully stock mini bar. Beautiful floor to ceiling windows. Maximum occupancy is 6 people."

    We ended up getting a wraparound with connecting room and another room close by. You could also get rollaway beds too, if you are having a hard time finding 3 beds.
     
  18. italianstallion

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    I stayed at Elara when it was PH Towers Westgate. AWESOME rooms. They have a pull down screen TV that takes up the whole wall. Great during March madness.

    Also, a lot of people post videos of their rooms on youtube if you want an idea how the room looks. I look at that all the time.
     
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    Marriott Grand Chateau

    1 block off the strip.....has 2 and 3 BR suites for 200/300 per night....We are straying in a 2 BR in March for $1000 for 5 nights.... 1 K, 2 Q, and a sofa bed....
     
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    Elara is a very nice place to stay, we had the 1 Bedroom last year. I don't know how every sofa bed is, but the one in our room was HORRIBLE. You could feel every single spring in it, I felt bad for my buddy who had to sleep on it. After the first night though he folded up back up and just slept on the couch.
     
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