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Luxor Tower 1 Bedroom Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by SAll11, Mar 15, 2020.

  1. SAll11

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    How are these rooms? Is the couch a pull out?
     
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    I stayed there a few weeks ago and it was a good room for the most part. I don't believe the couch was a pull out but not certain. Put pictures at the bottom of my post behind the spoiler.

    A few small criticisms:

    1: bedroom only had 1 set of curtains and they didn't block out light - someone else commented and said they should have a pair of blackouts as well. So mine must have been taken to clean or something and forgotten to be put back up. So this would presumably not be an issue for you or anyone else.

    2: bed was not as soft as I prefer

    3: no shower gel was provided, only bar soap


    Positives:

    1: lots of space in the living room with a wet bar and mini fridge for your own use. There is no mini bar already full of items.
    2: 2 nice TVs, 1 in the living room and 1 in the bedroom
    3: shower pressure was good and got nice and hot
    4: separate tub/shower if you prefer bath


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  3. Paul K

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    Really nice actually for the price point. Got one as a comp. I don't think the couch pulls out.
     
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    I paid out of pocket for one about two years ago. 1 night stay, on a weeknight. I found it to be a really nice room and an excellent value. Don't know either way about the sofa being a pull-out.
     
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  5. SAll11

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    Anyone got pictures of a tower premiere one bedroom suite?
     
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    21st floor, was better than ours on the 11th previously.
     

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    Thanks when were these from
     
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    I was JUST going to say we stayed in a tower premier one bedroom, which is a little bigger, but same color theme, decor, etc. It was one my my favorite rooms in Vegas. (But we like a little darker on decor.) What I loved:

    "WOWs"
    • VERY tall ceilings, notice the TV ABOVE the door frame
    • Huge floor to ceiling windows in every room
    • Open concept BUT with huge french doors you can close
    • I really, really loved the wallpaper and crown molding. The wallpaper was like a darker grass cloth with a hint of glitz. 4-5" dark crown molding around the room. The darker wallpaper really made the pure white bedding pop, it just felt really rich.
    • Your OWN fridge that you can use!
    "MEHs"
    • Bathroom: still a good, spacious bathroom, but a few small annoyances. Love the stone, tub too small for what I want in a suite, soap holder in the separate shower has grooves where you can't store shampoo etc.
    • Sundries are meh, but I will ALWAYS pick a way better room with so-so sundries over a lesser room with good sundries. I can always pack/shop for sundries.
    FYI, on the drapes, I am a HUGE night owl in Vegas. We had blackout drapes, floor to ceiling, and they worked great. I also am a sucker for pretty drapes, a raw silk look, and I loved these. I am guessing the one room/mention without them took them down for cleaning or something? I'd be PO-ed too. Gotta have my blackout drapes! :)

    All-in-all, we've stayed in some great rooms on Vegas, but surprisingly, the one bedroom premier suite at Luxor was one of our favorites! I'd also absolutely stay in a regular one bedroom suite. (I've only done the premier, but the one bedroom looks similar, with a slightly smaller living area and possibly less high walls, but still plenty high.)
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    I think they're a great value. Nice room, lots of space. A few quirks tho, like the safe was on the top shelf in the closet and I couldn't see into it, doorway into the bathroom was poorly designed with the way all the doors from the closets and bathroom interfered with each other, some other stuff like that, but I'd definitely stay in one again. Awesome for the price!
     
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