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Are there any off the beaten path hotels you are curious to see photo/video of?

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by vegas superfan, Oct 11, 2020.

  1. vegas superfan

    vegas superfan High-Roller

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    You can rent the entire hotel out for $8500/night!
     
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    Well, that doesn't say much about the place then.Hmmmmm.. I may have to try to get in there, just to look around, come January
     
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  3. vegas superfan

    vegas superfan High-Roller

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    The penthouse shower is insane.
    https://artisanhotel.com/suites/penthouse/
     
  4. JeJas

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    I thought you could buy the entire hotel for even less. lol.
     
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    Whoah, good tip!

    I've always Ubered to a 24-hour laundromat, so it might be nice to throw a few bucks of play at Skyline to get on their comped list (rooms look to be $69 + tax and no resort fee). Uber to Skyline from the Strip is about $22. Could be worth using for an interim hotel in between 5-day stays at Caesars. And I wouldn't be risking my life or health (no air conditioning at the laundromat I frequent).

    People ask me why I don't just use the hotel's laundry service, and I say I could just toss my current clothes and buy new ones at the outlet mall for that price.

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    I'm curious about Sunset Station - this is off my beaten path, and I'd like to see that Gaudi bar in action, now that bars are open.
     
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    I stayed there when MyVegas had free nights. I loved it when I first walked in, the casino ceiling is painted like a sky - just like Paris. I hated it after three nights (MyVegas let you book 3 nights at Station casinos way back when) because I was so isolated from the rest of Vegas. I don't drive so it was too long of a stay for me.
     
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    Yeah it does seem isolated but I’m curious about the neighborhood for future retirement places, and it’s close to Ethel M’s! I figure I will hit it for a night or maybe 2 next visit, then move on to the strip.
     
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    Sunset Station is good for a night, or two. Long walk to the casino from the rooms. No in room safes, have to use one at the main desk. I hate Gaudi's style so I avoid the place.
    Nearby Sunset Station is Skyline Casino. They just built their hotel a few years ago so the rooms still have a new feel to them. Also, very good diner for breakfast to start your day and great vp.
    Longhorn Casino hotel is a Super 8 (Motel 6?) just like Ellis Island. If I had to pay for a hotel room in LV I wouldn't mind being in either place. Ellis Island was rehabbed in the past few years.
    Boulder Station is a decent hotel as is Arizona Charles Boulder Hwy. Much cleaner than you would expect based on location
     
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  10. vegas superfan

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    UPDATE: For some reason, the rooms here never seem to dip below $70 for all the dates I have tried. But. WHY. If I am going to pay $70/night, I am going to try a less murderous dump, which sucks because it was honestly a good choice. Rooms are better than expected, restaurant gets rave reviews. Casino is too tiny to go degenerate all night long. Too far from everything to want to venture out on work nights, huge plus there. I need to sleep on work nights.
     
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  11. thegov2k2

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    $70 for that joint seems about $35 too high.
     
  12. vegas superfan

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