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Suites with 2 queen beds?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by SirSwizzlestick, Jun 15, 2012.

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  1. SirSwizzlestick

    SirSwizzlestick Low-Roller

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    Ive been looking everywhere for a suite that has 2 queen beds. Im planning a trip with a buddy, and we want a suite but dont want to share a bed. Most everything I have found only has king bed. Any suites in Vegas with 2 queens? Thx!
     
  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    there aren't many 1BR suites with 2 beds, but they're are a few places out there. almost every 2BR suite has 1 king and 2 queens, though.

    but seriously, why spend extra for a suite only to share a room. just get 2 regular rooms and it will probably be cheaper than the suite and you don't have to share. or if you really want a suite, go for a 2BR.
     
  3. SirSwizzlestick

    SirSwizzlestick Low-Roller

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    We want to hang out/party/stay in the same room, just not cuddle. The point of having the suite was to get a killer room to up the Vegas experience, not because we're concerned about spending money on 2 rooms.
     
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    NurseLisa High-Roller

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    Mandalay Bay 1500 suite has two kings or a king and 2 queens.
     
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    wigwam_salesman VIP Whale

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    Get a rollout bed put in the room and take it in turns to have that.
     
  6. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    you can get 2 connecting regular rooms and that would accomplish the same purpose, but give you your own rooms to sleep in and be cheaper overall. or if you're not concerned about the cost, get a 2BR suite.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Since you are new to this suite thing, you should know that most of the lower end suites are not really suites, but just larger rooms. Most people think of suites as separate bedrooms, etc. Or big fancy bars.

    In Vegas you will find that almost all suites have a king. As to hanging out and partying.... you will find they have a couch and a few chairs for your "party".

    Will this be the two of you, or are there others that will join you?
     
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    TommyToledo Low-Roller

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    There's one type of suite at the Paris with two beds, I stayed there with a friend before.
     
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    MGM Grand has the Executive Queen Suite which is a new reno suite. It doesn't have a separate bedroom but does have two queens and a corner couch that sits four or five. It has two TV's, a really large bathroom with his and her sinks, a tub and separate walk-in shower. I think its in the neighbourhood of 750-800 square feet.
     
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    i've been in that room and the fact that they call it a "suite" is a joke. it's just a slightly larger regular room.
     
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    tapakip Low-Roller

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    Hmmm. Trump has suites that have a sofa bed. My buddy took one for the team and slept on it the whole time, so I'm not sure how comfortable it was. Similarly, places like THEhotel and MGM The Signature offer sofa beds as well.

    If you're looking for 2 queen beds in a 1BR, it's gonna be very hard to find it.
     
  13. A.J. Polson

    A.J. Polson MIA

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    Encore has a couple different suites where you can get a two beds that I know of. The two bedroom penthouse suite at Vdara is also a great deal although the property itself isn't a favorite of mine. Also try the Bellagio I know they also do.
     
  14. luvnvegas2

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    Players suite at NYNY as 2 Queens.
     
  15. 2VegasNuts

    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    Just found this thread and agree with other posters, the Players Suite at NYNY should work fine. The picture above shows the typical players suite, really just an "L" shaped large room. There are a couple players suites where the "L" continues down the other side of the wall to form an upside down "U". These feel more like suites in the Vegas sense.
     
  16. SirSwizzlestick

    SirSwizzlestick Low-Roller

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    Thx for all the replies so far, much appreciated:thumbsup:
     
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    Check Player's suite at NY NY, the 1500 at Mandalay Bay and 2 bedroom suite at Elara (PH Towers).
     
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    TheHotel has suites with a separate bedroom and living room. It's not grand, but it has two queen beds. They are in the same room. Living room has a couch, chairs, a wet bar and a half bath.
     
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    I asked about this at TI a couple of years ago when I booked a Petite Suite. Although the website shows only King, they said they have about five with two queens. None were available when I checked in though. The PS does have a sofa bed as well. HTH
     
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