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Suites at the Mirage

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by DianeGoldenlover, Aug 5, 2012.

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  1. DianeGoldenlover

    DianeGoldenlover Newbie

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    Hello. We wil be staying at the Mirage in October and are wondering about the differences in the suites. It looks like a basic suite does not have a seprate bedroom. Is that true?
     
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    Tubbs High-Roller

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    If you mean the suites that are now called 'Mirage Suite', then no, there is no divider between the bed area and the living area. This is quite common in smaller suites.

    You would need to get a Tower/Hospitality/Penthouse suite for a closed-off bedroom.
     
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    I stayed in the Tower Suite last year, and it is AWESOME. The bathroom is immaculate. 2 sinks, separate shower & tub, marble floor.

    The rest of the place has floor to ceiling windows, bar, mini bar, 2 tvs, 4 top table and doors to separate the den/dining area and the bed room. The TV in the bedroom comes up from a stand.

    If you are looking for a suite, you should consider the Tower Suite.
     
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