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How "good" or BAD is the Studio | 1 King at Flamingo?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by mdm4sfest, Nov 18, 2016.

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  1. mdm4sfest

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    Inquiring minds (mine) would like to know if anyone has recently stayed in the Studio (old style) room at the Flamingo. I have included a photo below. The rooms comped for 4 days with a king bed (just me and my gf) or I have a choice of the "newer" Studio but it only has 2 double which isnt that appealing either.

    Any opinions would be appreciated.

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    I've seen that option on the website many times, but I've never seen or heard of a newer studio. Is that the same room pictured above but renovated, and are there photos/videos of it anywhere?
     
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    This was my reply to a previous thread about rooms at Flamingo.

    Sorry, neither of us got any pictures of the room, but that one in the first post looks similiar to his room. Bed was lower to the ground, but his sitting area furniture was just trash compared to those in that picture.

    The beds in the second picture looked more like the one I had in my room though.

    Pretty much, I think it's a crap shoot on those room. Some are updated and others, well, you just go back to the front desk and ask for another room.
     
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    If you want a good idea of a studio room, just imagine 2 normal hotel rooms put together, but instead of an extra bed/bathroom, it is just living area with a table and couch. I had one over Halloween for family/overflow and it worked out great for what it is. I have never stayed in one that had that decorative "arch" dividing the 2 rooms, it was just open between the rooms. The rooms are aged and have a good deal of "wear and tear" so if you are looking for a "pristine" room, this isn't for you. If your looking for an affordable, larger room on the strip, this is a good option.
     
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