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What is the nicest room/suite you ever stayed in on the strip?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by LindainWI, Mar 4, 2014.

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  1. LindainWI

    LindainWI Low-Roller

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  2. heatherlovesvegas

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    I'm kind of a middle of the road person.. meaning I always somewhere good, but not always somewhere SUPER FANCY. I'm assuming this is due to the room rates. It's $65 for a regular room, and $495 for a suite... we usually just go mehh....

    For me the best have been the City Corner Suite at Vdara. Just the view alone, priceless! Also not a great room but the Red Room Premier at Paris WOW, best view I've ever had. Dead on Bellagio fountan view. Perfect!

    The 1 bedroom corner at Trump is super snazzy also, can't beat 2 full bathrooms and the master bath is bigger than my apartment I swear hahaha.

    Also the Venetian and Palazzo rooms are super nice. Last time I was at the Venetian a few months ago they put in this strange suite, that was extra big. We thought it was cool!

    Here's a video I took of it
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  3. God-Speed

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    Last year for our 19th anniversary one of the Penthouse suits at the Mirage.:thumbsup:
     
  4. SoCalTrucker

    SoCalTrucker Tourist

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    Ours would be the Panorama Suite at Vdara. Bid for $100 online and ended up being there. Thought it was a standard room as we didn't care what we got. Walked in the door and was blown away.
     
  5. NYPoker

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    Two Story Two Bedroom Penthouse at the Vdara. We fit 6 people in here no problem.
    This is the video that I took:
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  6. lpearl

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    Wraparound suite at Cosmo. Amazing room!
     
  7. BeeeJay

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    I''ll have to go with a top six:

    #1 Fairway Villa @ Wynn

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    #2 2 BR Penthouse @ Bellagio

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    #3 2 BR Penthouse @ Aria

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    #4 Carlyle Suite @ NYNY

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    #5 Wraparound Terrace Suite @ Cosmo

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    #6 Terrace Suite (pool level) @ Palazzo

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  8. 2VegasNuts

    2VegasNuts High-Roller

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    I tied you on 2/3/4. Out of those, I would go with the Aria 2 BR Suite at nicest. Carlyle was huge, but Aria was nicer. Bellagio 2br is old school and not my style.
     
  9. luci5

    luci5 Low-Roller

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    Probably the Terrace Suite at the Cosmo has most wow factor partly due to the room and partly due to the view.

    Two years ago we had a one bedroom suite in Caesars, don't know the name of it, but it was 1000 sqft with one and a half bathrooms and a chandelier over the dining table.
     
  10. MikeE

    MikeE The Shah's Slightly Hairy Cousin

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    No big deal...

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  11. ex507

    ex507 Low-Roller

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    Planet Hollywood 2 Bedroom Panorama Suite! :beer: We put 8 ppl in this suite without any charge of additional people or rollaways.
     
  12. JosieCat

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    Wow, nothing to compare to these suites. The nicest were the Tower suite at the Mirage and the Bellagio suite.

    I will be staying in the Skyline Terrace Suite at the MGM Grand for my June trip though. Very excited and hoping I don't get bumped:)
     
  13. NYPoker

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    My girlfriend and I watched this the other day and we were just floored!
     
  14. celticnoel79

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    I would have to go with the Salon Suite at the Wynn, we stayed there for 2 nights after our wedding and the room was stunning! Nice wee massage room and huge sitting area room. 2nd choice would be Cosmo wraparound suite, the balcony just made the experience all the better :thumbsup:
     
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    Wow! That's is nice... I LOVE it!
     
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    1st - we do not pay for rooms....we are CET folks and everything is always comped. That being said, we once were lucky enough to get the Imperial Suite (newly remodeled) at Paris. Loved that we had 2 bathrooms...a his & hers, great view of fountains & new pillow top mattress. The linens were also the best we've had in a hotel....smooth as silk - can't imagine what the thread count was...lol.
     
  17. Dweller

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    I think I've stayed in a lot of the nicest ones but I like the Wynn fairway villas and updated lanai suites at Mirage best. I stayed in a 2 bedroom one last year with my wife before we separated and her sister. But I do not like the casino there any more so do not stay there. I never liked the sky loft at mgm and refuse to stay there. I go to Vegas alone now and I do not care about suites, they are a waste for me. I am happier with a normal room and being left alone by hosts so no one is in my business. :peace:
     
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    Can't believe that was available online for limited nights at $1,250/night...and I had to miss the trip when I got lucky enough to book a night.:cry:
     
  19. dvandentop

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    Cosmo terrace. Then prob some room at palazzo.
     
  20. Chuck2009x

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    A Sky View 1050 suite on the 62nd floor at Mandalay Bay I got bumped up to once. Very high ceiling, killer view right up the strip, private lounge, and separate elevator bank.

    I actually preferred the Corner City View at Aria though.

    For value, it was hard to beat a V Suite at THEhotel, because you could often get them for $110 - $120. Not posh by any means, but very nice for the price.
     
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