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3 Dudes looking for a room: May 27-31

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by DonnyC, Jan 8, 2018.

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  1. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    GOING TO VEGAS!!

    Going with my brother and possibly a friend!!

    As you can maybe seen from other posts we love the Go pool at flamingo.

    currently I'm booked into a goroom to Queens at flamingo.

    We are old enough that we don't share beds!!

    My buddy said that he would be fine sleeping on the floor , but he'll be a first time Vegas virgin !!

    So we would like to know if there's a room that accommodates three guys, at a reasonable price.

    Right now for the four nights at flamingo with two queens I am in for under $500 total.

    What other rooms or hotels should I consider that would accommodate three guys?

    Or does flamingo offer a cot for a charge?
     
  2. greekjim

    greekjim VIP Whale

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    Linq room with the bunk bed, has 3 beds
     
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  3. bnlphan

    bnlphan Degenerate In Training

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    The Flamingo Studio with two doubles is actually cheaper than your Go Room and has two doubles and a love seat......but I agree with greekjim if you absolutely had to have 3 beds then the Linq bunk may be the best way to go. Also check out the suite at Ellis Island. 2 queen and a sleeper sofa should be in your price range for your dates.
     
  4. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    Just look for rooms with two queens and a pull out sofa. I'm sure plenty of hotels offer that configuration in their standard rooms.
     
  5. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    I think you'd be pretty surprised.

    That configuration does not seem to be standard in Vegas at all (at least not in the lower category rooms).
     
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  6. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    At the very least, many places probably offer a rollaway bed for a nominal fee per night. Better than sleeping on the floor...
     
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  7. eksantirik

    eksantirik High-Roller

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    My first trip to Las Vegas in 2008, we were three guys also. We stayed at Hooters and they had three separate beds in the same room (all same size and quality). It was very convenient, and the pool at Hooters was pretty cool. Overall hotel is not comparable to the center of the strip though.
     
  8. Sidekicknick

    Sidekicknick Low-Roller

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    Might be worth a call to Jockey Club .... everyone gets a sleeping surface and you would get access to the Cosmo pool(s)

    2 bedroom suite = 3x queen beds
    1 bedroom deluxe = 2x queen beds + sofa sleeper (or roll-away)
    1 bedroom regular = 1x king + sofa sleeper + roll-away

    I always book through these guys - usually the cheapest for the JC:
    THE LAS VEGAS TOURIST BUREAU @ 1.800.777.8342
     
  9. NewShooter

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    There is NO WAY i would recommend the GO rooms at the Flamingo for 3 guys. On a guys trip once we stayed there and trust me, there is no room for 2 guys let alone 3. One of the queen beds will be up against a sliding mirrored door that leads to the bathroom- distance from that bed to the sliding bathroom door is approx 2 inches- or so it felt.
    Unless you 3 are really close and don't mind being that intimate, choose a different place to stay. I would try MB, TI, or PH but their pool kind of sucks.
     
  10. Hurricane

    Hurricane Eat, drink, be merry and roll points

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    Mirage or MGM if you want to stretch the budget a little.
     
  11. smerrian

    smerrian View from Bally's

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    Solution is one phone call away. Call Flamingo and ask if they offer a roll-a-way bed for a third person. Ask if it will fit in the room that's booked. Easy-peasy.
     
  12. phantomfj

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    An executive fab or go room is a bit larger than the standard room as well, 400 vs 350 square feet.
     
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