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Best Suite/Loft for 6

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by ShotKDR, Jul 9, 2021.

  1. ShotKDR

    ShotKDR Tourist

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    Planning a post-covid blowout trip for me and some friends. Looking for a room that we can all stay in or that has some connectors. Really don't care about price and would like for it to be an MLife property. Any suggestions appreciated.
     
  2. Matco

    Matco Low-Roller

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    There should be various options of Two Bed suites at MLife properties that have a connecting room, you best bet would to call whichever hotel is your first option and go from there. Aria has some nice 2 bed sky suites, occupancy shows 4 but with a connector you should be good for 6. The two bed penthouse at Bellagio has a max occupancy of 6 but it looks like it only has 2 king beds, they do state that it can be connected to a tower deluxe room for a total of 3 bedrooms. The Villas at Mirage go up to 3 or 4 bedrooms but those might be harder to get into. Lots of options out there especially if price doesn't matter. Good Luck and have a fun trip!

    EDIT: Here's a link from MGM Resorts regarding their rooms for up groups https://www.mgmresorts.com/en/hotels/blog/las-vegas-suites-6-plus-planning-the-ultimate-group-trip.html
     
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  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Well, if price doesn't matter and your group wants to blow it out, contact MGM about getting a three bedroom villa at the Mansion. You're not going to do better than that.

    But if price actually does matter, get the Bellagio two bedroom penthouse with the additional connected room. I did that years ago for myself and a group of frieds during March Madness. We had no problem sleeping six and the suite was plenty big to socialize and party in
     
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  4. Matco

    Matco Low-Roller

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    That's right, I totally forgot about the Mansion! @UKFanatic loved reading your TR's from when you stayed there
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Price almost always matters. How much is the group willing to pay?

    Does each person need their own bed? Are they willing to share bathrooms?

    Keep in mind most suites come with KING bed - a few have queen.

    Also, suites do not always mean the bedroom has a door to it.
     
  6. Mr Bulldops

    Mr Bulldops High-Roller

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    Bally's has some pretty well priced and renovated suites. The Resort and Jubilee Premium suites are both 1,500+ sq ft and the Penthouse is huge as well. I believe you can get connecting rooms to both.
     
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    Packeral Low-Roller

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    There’s always the 3 bedroom sky loft at MGM.
     
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    Panoramic suite at either MB or Delano Fit 6 people no problem.
     
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  9. Marlin3

    Marlin3 Low-Roller

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    Elara 2 bedroom corner suite is good. You can make it a 3 or 4 bedroom if you’d like or just fold out the the full size sectional into a bed. Full size kitchen. Pretty sweet view. It’s Hilton and not a casino, but it’s pretty much connected to Planet Hollywood. If you want something top of the line, and don’t care if it’s actually a casino (there’s plenty of those anyway) I would highly recommend it for a large group