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What room would you choose...if price wasn't a concern?

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by bobbysug, Dec 4, 2013.

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  1. bobbysug

    bobbysug Tourist

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    Hi All,

    Been to Vegas about 100 times and have had the fortune to stay in many wonderful rooms (Skylofts, Mirage Villas, etc.) thanks for the generosity of a great friend who can afford any tab and always treats. We always go together and for next year he is talking about chartering a private jet and taking the whole experience to a new level. He likes to stay in places that have at least 2 bedrooms and outdoor areas (backyards or balconies) that have a hot tub/plunge pool. He is looking at Hard Rock and Palms to consider, but there always seems to be places in Vegas you never knew existed.

    Anybody have a suggestion?
     
  2. kps

    kps High-Roller

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    Cosmo West End Penthouse I have read is incredible. I know the Bungalow in Cosmo, 3 stories, looks over Marquee pool and has an outdoor area but not sure how many bedrooms.

    I've read Elara, behind Planet Hollywood and owned by Hilton has up to 4 bedroom suites. Don't know about outdoor space and all. I think aimed more towards bachelor party groups but you never know.

    Skylofts at MGM may fit everything you need. Link to top 10 suites in Las Vegas:

    http://www.vegasinc.com/business/gaming/2011/jul/07/what-recession-10-las-vegas-most-extravagant-hotel/

    Hope this helps
     
  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Waiting to see some responses.

    I would think the desire or hate for certain casinos would have an impact. After all, an AWESOME suite at Palms would suck if you spent most of your time at Bellagio - for example.

    Being able to stagger back to room is a priceless option.
     
  4. sco5123

    sco5123 VIP Whale

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    Villas at wynn.
     
  5. billyinpg

    billyinpg Low-Roller

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    If money wasn't a problem I would stay in this suite just once, or maybe more than once if I really really liked it.

    Palms Sky Villa

    I wouldn't be concerned with it's location because money not being a problem I would also have a limo on standby during my waking hours.
     
  6. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    If money were not a concern, I would stay at the Palms suite with the basketball court
     
  7. smartone

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    As the resident "cheerleader" for the Hard Rock... they have a pretty solid assortment of specialty suites (check the link below):

    http://www.hardrockhotel.com/las-vegas-hotel/specialty-suites

    I've been in most and stayed in a few of them. I prefer the ones that have direct access to the pools and spa and have they're own private patio area with TV and fire-pit. The ones on the top floor of the HRH and Paradise Tower are very cool. I just really like the direct access out, which comes from the ground floor suites.
     
  8. lotso-bear

    lotso-bear VIP Whale

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    The Mansion at MGM ;)
     
  9. dfalk

    dfalk VIP Whale

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    Damn they have a lot of suites!
     
  10. KellyLovesVegas

    KellyLovesVegas certified personal trainer/retired space nerd

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    ^^Totally this^^
     
  11. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    We can all wear UK and KU jerseys and have an early season showdown :woot:
     
  12. bu$hman

    bu$hman Low-Roller

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    May I come? Rock Chalk, Jayhawk, KU! :cheers:
     
  13. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Booooooooooo. Need more UK love!
     
  14. KellyLovesVegas

    KellyLovesVegas certified personal trainer/retired space nerd

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    Absolutely! Rock Chalk :)
     
  15. zamboni

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    First off, Rock Chalk, Jayhawk- GO KU!!

    Secondly, I agree with Smartone. Easily, Hard Rocks Real World Suite. It has a friggin bowling alley in it. That's a win
     
  16. bobbysug

    bobbysug Tourist

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    Thanks for the input everyone. The Cosmo rooms mentioned are amazing, but no pool/hottub outside. He has been looking at the Hard Rock HRH Suites but seems to be leaning towards going back to the Mirage Villa's we have had the past couple of years. Only concern there is we got bumped out once and had to stay in a different room.

    Things like the bowling alley and basketball court are amazing to think about in a hotel room, but I doubt I would spent more than 5 minutes in my expected drunken state using either, particularly in Vegas. We have gotten lots of use out of the private outdoor pools in past years, mostly in that time before cleaning up and heading out to dinner and/or at 5 or 6am before passing out.
     
  17. dannyocean

    dannyocean High-Roller

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    I'd go Mansion at MGM. Holy crap, that place is amazing. But villas at the Wynn or Bellagio are pretty darn nice ...
     
  18. KBT2012

    KBT2012 High-Roller

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    Sky villa at Aria
     
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    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    I would go old school- something with an obscenely garish tub on a platform like the suite in Rain Man. Better yet, anything that comes with its own private butler- does Vegas have that?
     
  20. Jameezy

    Jameezy High-Roller

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    The rooms I used to stay at in Aria. I don't gamble at aria much but they have the best hotel rooms.
     
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