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Which suite is best at the palazzo.

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by bigal3967, Mar 12, 2013.

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  1. bigal3967

    bigal3967 Tourist

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    Don't want the absolute best one but not the worst one. I am being comped for a reg room but want to ask for an upgrade. Any ideas what could be reasonable expected to receive?

    Thanks. BigAl
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    We have been on comped rooms there a few times. Asked for upgrade and they were willing to SELL us one - and then only for a better view.

    You might want to visit their website to see the various room types and cost to get an idea of what they MIGHT offer for a price difference.
     
  3. bigal3967

    bigal3967 Tourist

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    Yea I looked on there site and got a pretty good idea. I was just hoping to hear from folks that have been there and stayed in those suites.
     
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    JimboS Low-Roller

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    I've only stayed in the regular suites and they are very nice. Try to get one with a strip view.
     
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    atom High-Roller

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    Venetian/Palazzo check-in staff tend to sell upgrades if they are available. The regular suites are quite nice. A high floor with a strip view is a good upgrade. They have a "concierge level" which doesn't change your room but does give you access to a VIP lounge with great views, free (with gratuity) premium drinks, and snacks. They also have a separate desk for concierge services and check-out. It's very nice if you will have the time to spend in the lounge, and the upcharge isn't too high. I wouldn't suggest an "upgrade" to the Venezia tower in the Venetian (the two properties are connected and they treat them like one hotel, so yes, the Palazzo desk might try to sell you on this). The suites there were bigger, but the one we were in had not been remodeled recently (like the standard rooms in both V and P), it was more of a hassle to get to and from the rooms (elevator to 10th floor, then long hallway, then another elevator to your room) and it just didn't seem like an upgrade.
     
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    Letter_E Low-Roller

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    There are some rooms on the pool level of Palazzo that have a "balcony". It's an extra sitting area outside at the end of the room. There's no view per say, as the end is blocked off by trees and bushes, but the room felt slightly bigger, and the sitting area is perfect if you smoke or just want some fresh air.
     
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