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Where to stay? June +Adult child

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by pthoma2942, Apr 14, 2013.

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  1. pthoma2942

    pthoma2942 Newbie

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    We are going to Vegas in late June to celebrate our 30 anniversary. Our 24 yr daughter is coming from LA for 2 or 3 nights. Last time she was in Vegas she stayed at Mandalay Bay. My daughter and I will go to the pool my husband will hang out somewhere else.I laughed after my daughter got back from Vegas last month and nights of clubbing she said can't wait til you come so we can go to shows and eat at nice restaurants.
     
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    I'm exactly the same way haha, I'm 27, and I love to go with my parents because we do nicer stuff! They pay for the steak dinner and the shows!

    Some recommendations that we have done as a family are Vdara and Trump. Trump was the most successful for us. We got a 1 bedroom suite, it's 1200 sqft, with 2 FULL bathrooms, so two showers, she'd have to sleep on the sofa bed, but you can tell her you are paying, so tough haha.

    http://www.trumphotelcollection.com/las-vegas/hotel-suites-las-vegas.php

    Trump is always a good deal too, you can usually get that room for about $150-$180 a night. It's slightly off the strip, but you can walk right into the Fashion Show mall, which me and my mom love, while my dad went off and wandered somewhere else!

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    Same thing with Vdara, City Corner or Executive Corner Suite, only 1 bathroom (or 1 and a half) but it's a big room with a king bed and a sofa bed and a killer view. It's not as big as the Trump room though. But, it's right next to Aria, and the view makes up for the smaller room size.

    Also Venetian, Palazzo, or THEhotel those are all suites, and you can get 2 beds there. Or Elara is also suites.

    We found we like having a suite, it's just too cramped in a regular room for all 3 of us, now that I'm older. Unless it's cheaper to get 2 regular rooms, then I'd try that. I'd honestly go with any of the ones I listed, just whichever was the best deal.
     
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    I have reservations at The Signature but will look at these too. thanks
     
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    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    Signature would be good as you have access to the MGM pools. Also look at Mandalay Bay as well. Since you mentioned pool time with your daughter being important, MB would be a good hotel to stay at.

    I'm also partial to Mirage as well. Love their pool area plus the hotel rooms and the casino are high up on my list.
     
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    Yea Signature should work too. I'd just recommend some type of 1 bedroom so you have a little more space.
     
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    Rates will be VERY high the weekend of June 21st-24th, that's EDC weekend. An extra 250,000 raver party kids in town!
     
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