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TI Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by shaggyboiler, Dec 23, 2014.

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  1. shaggyboiler

    shaggyboiler Low-Roller

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    I have booked a Tower Suite at TI for upcoming trip in April. I was looking for a good deal on a corner suite somewhere, but couldn't find one yet. I went ahead and did TI cause it was a decent deal for now. Hoping other hotels will show up with lower prices as the new year starts. I was amazed that SLS was still so high as well as Cromwell. Guess maybe they are selling suites. Anyone know of when deals pop up? Or is it just kinda random?

    Thanks
     
  2. smartone

    smartone VIP Whale

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    Don't forget... A LOT of the room price in Las Vegas is dictated by what's going on in town and at that hotel on those days, not to mention weekends are ALWAYS higher than Sun-Thurs. There can be a convention that will drive up prices all over town or just in a given area depending on it's size. Sometimes there's something large going on at just 1 hotel, so it pays to check around.
     
  3. Chris9494

    Chris9494 Tourist

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    Sign up for the TI guestbook and you will get an instant email for saving!! The TI is my new home the last 3 years after I gave CET the middle finger!! The suites are very NICE at TI!!
     
  4. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    Does that instant saving have an expiry date? Is it better to wait until closer to a trip to sign up?
     
  5. urbanphotos

    urbanphotos Tourist

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    I stayed at TI in December 2007 shortly before Phil Ruffin bought the place. It had been an MGM Mirage property. Upon entering my room I uttered a profanity.

    TI was originally intended to be the second room tower of Mirage (notice that they use the same font on the building lettering) and I had expected higher quality. What annoyed me the most was that I paid extra for a strip view, and each window was shared by 2 rooms.

    I'm sure the suites are much nicer than the "deluxe room" I had but I think the corner room would be a good option, considering the window sharing.
     
  6. GeorgeandTheBear

    GeorgeandTheBear Low-Roller

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    Why in the world does the "window sharing" make a difference? I stayed there twice before I even knew that the window I was standing in actually continued to the next floor. Even then, I only knew it because someone posted it here.
     
  7. NickPapageorgio

    NickPapageorgio OG of the Sal Sagev Hotel

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    I was a TI guy approx 2010 or so.... The suites are very nice. I would say a step down from Mirage, but then again, Mirage has great suites. The knock on TI now is that they haven't renovated in quite some time, so they are going the direction of Luxor, NYNY, Monte Carlo, (but not nearly as bad) once proud properties that are showing their age.

    Nick:beer:
     
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