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Hospitality Suite check in at Mirage

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Packeral, Mar 22, 2017.

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  1. Packeral

    Packeral Low-Roller

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    We will be checking in around 10pm on Sunday July 30. What I'm wondering is would it be best to do mobile check in so I'm assured a room or wait til we get there and ask for a room with a view?.. It's been years since I've been to Las Vegas, with our teenage kids this time. Any tips about the Mirage or surrounding area would be appreciated. Also I did sign up for Mlife and booked through them.
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Hmmm... call ahead so they do not give away your room to some last minute high roller if they think you are a no show.

    You should be able to get VIP checkin, but not sure how late that is open. Again, a late afternoon, early evening check in by PHONE is a good idea.
     
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  3. Geogran

    Geogran Whooo. Whooo.

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    Call day of arrival to confirm your suite for very late arrival even if you do mobile check-in. I think VIP check-in closes at 9 or 10pm, so you may need to do regular check-in.

    Your teens will enjoy the pool at Mirage.
    Downtown Fremont Street Experience at night, slotzilla zipline
    Lots of thrill rides to choose from around the strip plus High Roller at Linq
    Pinball Hall of Fame
    Shopping at Fashion Show Mall, Caesar's Forumn shops, and Venetian

    Use lots of sunscreen and stay hydrated
    Have a great time with your teens!
     
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  4. Drewm1972

    Drewm1972 VIP Whale

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    We stayed at mirage last year with my teenager kids and they had great time just like @Geogran suggested all above things are awesome for kids also Strashpher hotel has few roller coasters my kids loved!! Make sure you use Mirage VIP lounge which you will have access to since you are staying at the suite. They have waters, variety of soft drinks & juices in end of July those drinks will help you and save you some money!!! They have some snacks as well. We actually might be there again this year same time; mirage might be possible and yes bring our kids likely lol
     
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  5. Packeral

    Packeral Low-Roller

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    The VIP lounge sounds good but I couldn't find anything on the website about it. Anybody else have more info about this?
     
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    Drewm1972 VIP Whale

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    VIP lounge is where you register for room. So it's VIP lounge/ registration since you check in late you probably need to check in regular but they will give you BLACK KEY ROOM CARD reads VIP on it. And make sure it's black color. Lounge is right next to checkin counter. It's. a glass double door. Doesn't say it's VIP. But make sure when you check in late mention about it at the counter so they can inform you further. Trust me in July you gonna need all the drinks you need, not to mention save you money. Oh they have few types cold beer as well.
     
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    The term lounge is a bit of a stretch. It is actually used primarily to check people in. There are a few seats/couches and light drinks available. No bar.
     
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    The unmarked VIP lounge entrance at Mirage is the very first door (glass) on the right as you enter from the main entrance, just before the bell desk. It is primarily for check-in/out, beverages and a small sitting area. Along one wall are the beverages - coffee, tea, bottled water, soft drink, juices, wine. Beer. You need to flash your VIP room card towards the desk as you enter (after initial check in) - it is great for grabbing beverages for the room or when on he casino floor.
    No food or snacks in Mirage's VIP room for several years now. (Aria and Bellagio VIP's do have snacks).
     
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  9. Drewm1972

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    image.jpg Last year over the summer, check-in/lounge room had some fruits, I remember they having some apples and actually some small bag size potato chips and pretzels. They may not have it year around tho btw, here's the what your room key should look like. ( I collect room keys as a souvenir and this one is from last year)
     
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  10. Packeral

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    Thanks for the responses. Any other information or tips are welcome.
     
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