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Budget 2br suites: MGMsignature, Hilton Grand etc

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by rasmus12b, Nov 16, 2016.

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What is the better choise?

  1. Elara Hilton

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  2. Hilton at Flamingo

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  3. MGM signature

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  1. rasmus12b

    rasmus12b Tourist

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    What is the better choise within decent walking distance from center strip?

    We are traveling a group of 6 and dont mind staying all in the same suite.

    Last time we stayed at Elara Hilton which was pretty nice

    Other options considered for this trip is Hilton at Flamingo or MGM signature. What is the better choise of the 3? Any other suggestions
     
  2. Corinne

    Corinne Low-Roller

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    Hilton at Flamingo two bedroomed is two units. 1 one bedroom and 1 studio. Two doors inside one outside door so sort of separated. The studio and the one bedroom both have one king bed and one double sofa bed. I know the studio is max 2 adults, plus 2 children, not sure about the one bedroom, that may be the same as it has the same sleeping arrangements, just in two separate rooms and a full kitchen etc.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Hard to say. They each have various levels of suites. Some are just oversized rooms. Some have doors. Almost all suites come with a king bed (vs 2 queens). Depends on how many would sleep on sofabeds - and how many would share a sofabed with someone else. Also, some suites have an additional half bath and some have a 3/4 bath (shower). Some just have the one bathroom.

    Now that I have run my mouth, I realize you are not looking at casino hotels, but condo type properties. You get more there.
     
  4. amk121

    amk121 VIP Whale

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    Signature is really nice, but location isn't the best.
     
  5. Candydave

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    Only stayed at the Signature of the three, and continue to stay there. We like everything about it, and don't find the walk that bad to the strip because they do have moving walkways to take you to MGM. Rooms have nice kitchens, two bathrooms (one with an awesome jacuzzi tub), nice dining table and living room, and doors separating bedroom, which is an important feature to us. We also enjoy the balcony. One suggestion is to ask for a room facing the strip. Side facing the Airport is a little noisy.
     
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    Wyndham Grand Desert is also very nice.
     
  7. Sidekicknick

    Sidekicknick Low-Roller

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    If you're cool without giving up some glitz and glamour ... Jockey Club. I have stayed there my last 4 trips, and its seriously impossible to beat for the price.

    * Pros:
    Cheap, large rooms, full kitchen, Bellagio side has a great view (the fountains), direct elevator to Cosmo casino floor, From your room to intersection of PH, Bellagio, Cosmo in 30 seconds, access to cosmo pools, free wifi / no resort fee, no smoke from lack of on site casino

    * Cons:
    View on the cosmo side is a concrete wall, a bit dated

    Assuming OP's group is 6 people (3x couples) a 2bedroom unit is perfect. Bedroom1: 2x queen beds, HUGE closet, and full bath. Bedroom2: 1x queen bed ... then shared space has a full bathroom, kitchen and dining room, and living room. The living has a pullout couch if needed and they can get you a rollaway bed if needed.

    Our next trip is booked for Super Bowl weekend in Feb 2017 ... we have a group of 9 and booked a 1bedroom deluxe (2x queens, 1.5 bath + living and kitchen) and a 2 bedroom. The 2 bedroom pricing breakdown (including all taxes and fees) goes as follows:
    Friday - $267, Saturday - $267, Sunday - $167, Monday -$167 ... total cost for 4 nights was $868 ... if you have 6 people thats only $144 per person ($36/nt).

    Some photos of rooms we've had in the past:
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    One more of the view:
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