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Worth upgrading at Venetian? Or standard suite ok?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by SirSwizzlestick, Aug 6, 2015.

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  1. SirSwizzlestick

    SirSwizzlestick Low-Roller

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    Hi,

    Staying at Venetian with my lady for our 10 year anniversary in Oct. Ive stayed in their standard rooms (luxury suite) and they're very nice. I watched some YouTube vids of Piazza suite and Rialto suite and couldn't decide if they really looked that much better than the standard rooms. Anyone have any experience with these suites?

    Thx!
     
  2. scottydoog

    scottydoog Low-Roller

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    Depends how much more for the Piazza or Rialto suites, and depends how long your trip is, multiply nights by extra cost and see what else you could get for those extra$$,it would more than likely add up to a very fancy anniversary dinner, personally I think the standard suites are nice enough.
     
  3. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    I have been upgraded before. If you absolutely NEED a separate second room, then the upgrade is nice, however, I wouldn't pay for it.
     
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    I've been upgraded to a Siena Suite a few times. It's nice but don't know if I'd spend the money on the separate bedroom. It's nice for entertaining and I've had cocktails there for my girlfriends before we went out for the night. When I travel alone, it's just lonely on that big old couch.

    I've found when I have the Siena Suite I spend more time in the living room on the couch and when I have a luxury suite I tend to lay in bed and watch TV and hang out there.
     
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    Casinoqueen Low-Roller

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    Have never stayed in the Piazza suite or Rialto suite but have stayed in the Prima suite at Venetian a number of times. There are a number of videos on Youtube for it, check it out. It is a very nice suite.

    I do have to agree with others that the money spent on the upgrade could be better spent on a nice dinner instead. Not sure of the price for the Prima suite as it is always comped.

    Have always wanted to stay in the Penthouse suite at Venetian and thought it would never happen but this upcoming Sept trip my host has upgraded us to the Penthouse. What a great surprise and am very excited about it.
     
  6. FuzzyDiceCraps

    FuzzyDiceCraps High-Roller

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    We just returned last night from our 10 year anniversary trip at Palazzo. We were given an upgrade to the suite which has a separate bedroom space for the bed. Sorry I don't recall the name of the suite exactly.

    I have to say it was lost on us. We spend so little time in the room, that it really didn't benefit us much. The only difference we really enjoyed was it had a separate powder room off the entry, so if you (like us) ever have one of those mornings where you are experiencing "digestive distress" from a night of binge drinking and greasy late-night food court food, you don't have to wait on your lovely wife to take care of it. :)

    But like others said, I never would pay the money for the upgrade. Mention its your 10 year anniversary and ask about an upgrade when you check in. (Or, better yet, if you have a host, make sure they're aware of it so they can put a note on your reservation).
     
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