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Tower rooms at the Mirage

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Anew, Feb 26, 2013.

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  1. Anew

    Anew Tourist

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    What is the difference between the Deluxe King and the Tower Deluxe King rooms at the Mirage? Their web site mentions a separate elevator and larger bathroom. Is that it?

    Has anyone been upgraded to the 24th floor just by asking or with the famous $20 trick?
     
  2. teetoi

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    More or less yes to your question, the larger bathroom space takes space from the room.
    The seperate elevator saved us a lot of time during rush hours. We paid for the upgrade.
     
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    If anyone else is interested in the differance of the deluxe rooms at the Mirage.... I love the 25th floor rooms. The seperate elevator was great. We were able to skip all the stops on the lower floors. Yes a bit petty but it's the little things....... The bathroom with seperate shower and two sinks was beautiful. I am all about the products and loved the larger bottles including bath salts and terry sponge. I took time to relax and enjoyed the whirlpool tub. Two robes in the room were like the frosting on the cake. If the room was any smaller than the lower floors I didn't notice it. Would I pay extra for this room? Maybe or maybe not. But for a free upgrade with my gold card (not $20 trick) I absolutely love my stay at the Mirage.

    On side note: I did not request strip view. For the first time our room faced the mountains. I actually liked it because I could sleep through the night and was never awakened by sirens or beeping car horns. The days of me requesting strip view may be over.
     
  4. smartone

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    Good point on the Strip view... of course, for the infrequent visitor the view is a "must", but once you've had your fill of it, the quieter sides have their advantages too. You can usually get a better room if you ask for the "un-popular" side as well. Glad to hear you enjoyed your stay!
     
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