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Wynn Tower Suites - Executive/Parlor vs Bellagio Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Legal eagle, Jun 19, 2015.

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  1. Legal eagle

    Legal eagle Newbie

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    Hi.... I'm new to the forum and can't decide between Wynn Tower Suites (Executive or Parlor) vs a Bellagio Suite. I was hoping to get your thoughts.

    Bellagio - concerned about how busy and crowded it can get, I've read that the check in and check out process can be a 45 minute to hour wait. The pool is supposed to be nice and serene. Also understand that the Spa tower is quite a walk?

    Wynn - the biggest concern is location. Is it a big inconvenience or easy to grab a cab if you want to go more central?

    We are currently booked for a Bellagio Suite but I'm seriously considering switching to the Wynn. We have never stayed in the W/E or V/P area. We usually stay more central. Last stay was at the Aria (corner suite).

    Looking for fun yet relaxing. Restaurants/bars and great swimming pool which I hear is great at the Tower Suites pool. Will gamble.... I do slots and hubby does black jack and roulette. With the resort fees and breakfast included, the Wynn tower suites are coming in almost identical to the Bellagio.

    Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    There are 1br Bellagio suites in the main tower also.
     
  3. JosieCat

    JosieCat VIP Whale

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    Just stayed in a Bellagio Suite on 32nd floor of the main tower. It was really nice. Check-in line wasn't that bad, about 15 minutes. This was a Sunday morning around 9:45. The Bellagio can be crowded, but typically it's mostly around the lobby.
     
  4. johnvic

    johnvic VIP Whale

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    I stayed at the Wynn Tower Suites recently, but I stayed in a Deluxe Resort room which is their basic room. I've stayed at the Wynn Deluxe Resort room that was not part of the Tower Suites area. I've also stayed at the base room at Bellagio a couple of times. The Wynn rooms are nicer than the equivalent Bellagio in my opinion. I can't speak for the higher end rooms at either property, but my point is the equivalent room at Wynn was nicer. The Tower Suites check-in was very quick and is separate from the normal check-in. As part of the Tower Suites you have breakfast included at Tableau, which was very nice. There's a separate pool, which I did not use. It's more money but you get breakfast and resort fee included.
     
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  5. landsburger

    landsburger Low-Roller

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    Everyone should stay at the bellagio at least once. Beyond that, the pluses are the casino is much more active and the center location.
     
  6. Malibugolfer

    Malibugolfer High-Roller

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    Wynn Executive is not a true suite with a separate bedroom but rather a large room with a massive long floor to ceiling window facing the golfcourse and 2 his and hers bathrooms.
    The Executives all face the golfcourse as they are on the opposite concave side of the building from the Salons which all face the strip.
    I'd choose a Parlor, then a Bellagio Suite then an Executive in that order.
     
  7. Hudsongrl

    Hudsongrl Newbie

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    Have stayed in Salone Suite at Bellagio several times and also suite in Wynn Tower. Wynn tower is our choice. Service and room much nicer at Wynn. While it is not central strip, it is very easy to grab a taxi at Wynn and be on your way.
     
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