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Suites in Downtown Casino/Hotels

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Tree DA, Sep 24, 2012.

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  1. Tree DA

    Tree DA High-Roller

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    I've stayed at MSS and LVC a few times and have a reservation for Plaza in a few months. In looking at these websites the only room choices are standard rooms with and without view; 1 king or 2 queens. I wouldn't mind paying a little more for a ncier room.

    Do these hotels even have nicer rooms like suites? I can't imagine they don't but they aren't avialble online. Do you have to call? Are they reserved for 'high rollers'?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Tree DA

    Tree DA High-Roller

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    OK, a little more googling reveals that one has to call to make a reservation for these rooms. Seems like a hassle. Any idea how much they are compared to the regular rooms? Like 2x or 3x?
     
  3. sammasseur

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    The mini-suites are about 50 percent bigger. The regular suites are two adjoining rooms that have been fashioned into a suite, with the second guestroom being used as a living area with a bar/coffee counter and half-bath instead of a full one, if I recall correctly. I've seen the high-roller suites in the south tower, post-renovation, and they are wonderful. But they're not for regular guests to rent out.

    I'd suggest that you can just ask for a standard room in the south tower at check-in. I've been given one every time I requested. They seem larger than the north tower, are newer, quieter, and have better elevator service. Plus, they're near to the workout facility and parking garage.
     
  4. marksind

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    I'd add this: Ask for south tower, south side, up, and toward the east end. That way you get a (distant) strip view, are facing away from Fremont band stage, and are also away from the railroad tracks. Didn't hear a peep (except for other guests) last time I stayed. I've found them accommodating if the rooms are available. They have a floor map at the front desk to refer to if clarification is needed.
     
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    djen Low-Roller

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    I recall back when the Plaza reopened that suites where available online, but have not seen suites on there reservations page in quite some time. Golden Gate has suites in there new addition which can typically be booked online.
     
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    I was given a suite in the Fremont at check-in on one occasion – probably because they ran out of regular rooms. It's not what I'd call luxurious, but definitely a big step up from their standard rooms. They're easy to spot by their double doors. Later on I asked how much they go for, and was told they don't charge anything, but save them for their "exalted" customers. It was nice, though. 
     
  7. VegasLover8

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    Which tower is the one that have elevators near the sports book? N or S?

    We got one of those room last time. What I didnt like about the room was the slow draining tub when I took a shower - very very slow. But I guess/heard that it is a problem in all the Plaza rooms
     
  8. Joe

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    This is the one of the suites at Main Street Station. They only have one per floor. If you're familiar with MSS it is the room next to the single elevator and ends in a 16 number on every floor. 1016, 1216 etc.
    Compared to some of the high-roller suites some of VMGs members get, it's not much, but it sure beats a single room.
    2 TVs, coffee maker, frig and a nice big bathroom.

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  9. Iamrice

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    We had a one bedroom suite at the Plaza about three months after they reopened. We booked a regular room and I did my usual "Oh do you have a really fancy suite you can put us in?" in a semi joking voice and she gave us that. Pretty nice.

    It is just two regular Plaza rooms, one LR and one for BR. The bath in the LR side is a half and there is a sink on the wet bar. The bed was a California king at a minimum. Huge and comfy.

    We paid $50 for the room on I4Vegas (the plaza was offering me a casino rate of $80) for a Saturday night and I tipped the girl at the desk $10 before we even saw the room (joking that we paid an extra $10 for a regular room). For $60 all it was totally worth it.
     
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    That would be south tower, the newer addition.
     
  11. pikabu

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    We have stayed in several suites in the South Tower at the Plaza in the last couple of years. Always very nice, clean, roomy, comfortable. Love the marble. And good views too.
     
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