Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by sco5123, Sep 28, 2013.
What do you require or desire in a room?
king bed, separate living area, steam shower, butler. a nice view and/or balcony is nice, but not required.
We don't need anything fancy as we aren't in the room much but to sleep. So a comfy bed, decent bathroom with separate tub/shower will do for us. Enough to catch some zzz's and get ready to go out
Good TV, with more than 10 channels
A soaking tub is a huge plus.
As I get older, I find I appreciate a little luxury along with comfort and cleanliness.
King bed, that is comfortable and has decent pillows.
I can def see the value in a soaking tub as I get a bit older and wiser!
We like a decent view of the mountains, I really like to enjoy my morning coffee in room so a coffee maker is becoming a must.
We like a seperate area like Ballys has in their north tower for the lady to apply make up, use the mirror etc. This allows us both to get ready at the same time.
We dont require super fancy, or fancy at all. We take about 6 vacations a year so we dont splurge on excessive luxury on any of them. We just enjoy travelling and being together.
Sophisticated elegance. Like mirrored ceilings, gold plated jacuzzi, shaggy carpets, and red satin sheets. You know...fancy rich guy stuff.
A pile of money to sleep in
Clean, quiet and a room safe.
It must be clean, lol. A king sized bed. A coffee maker, I have brought my own if I knew they wouldn't have one, I need coffee to get going. Beyond that are the wants that are close to needs. I like a nicely decorated room, SteveCore were my favorites, but I also liked Palazzo and Aria. This trip is GN Rush. My apartment is nice but not NICE and I like to treat myself to living in a really nice room when I can. I also like/need a decent TV. I've rarely had a great view because I usually take the basic room although my stay at Encore had a high floor strip view, that was nice. I've seen a lot of HVACs on roofs!. Lastly, I don't want to hear the group of loud kids in the next room. I do like a nice bathroom although I've never taken advantage of a good tub but it would be a smart idea.
I don't need much, lolz.
King Bed, Nice sheets, quiet - I don't like to hear hallway noise or elevator noise, Soaking tub Is great.
A bed and a door.
a decent view
TV that works
and not noisey neighbors !
King bed, nice flat screen TV with good HD service, standalone shower.
A super nice king bed... Hard Rock has some of the best!
Large flat screen TV with lots of channels
A large, stand-alone shower (hate the shower/tub combos w/shower curtains, though a separate soaking tub is great!)
A well-stocked mini-bar (I'm not one of those who thinks it's against the law to pay $8 for a box of nuts... If I'm hungry, I'm hungry)
I prefer the end of the hall, because of the extra-bank of windows.
I like a new, nearly-new or recently-refreshed room... I don't want to feel like guest number 243,749 who has been in the room
Pretty solid walls and flooring... I don't mind noisy neighbors, but don't like the feeling they're in the room with me.
No bed bugs!
Good temperature controls
A room safe
We don't slum at home so why do it on vacay?
Great bed and linens
Modern electronics and the like
Big windows and a view (love RR and the Spring Mountains from the JWM)
A proper bathroom
Service with a true smile
Zero dead hookers under bed
Good water pressure in shower
Toilet that flushes
Door that locks
1 Shetland Pony
2 Midget porn stars
1 heavy duty swing hanging from the ceiling
1 large vat of Crisco
The tub needs to be 3/4 filled with Chili
Large vat of jello
Unlimited supply of duck tape
Enough bailing wire to fence in the state of Montana
Thtats not a lot to ask is it?
Any room is better with a pile of money
My must-haves: King size bed, good linens, and good or excellent customer service.
My preferences: Strip view, high floor, true suite with a door between the living room and bedroom, twice daily maid service.
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