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MGM Signature or Platinum?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by dcrawf, Feb 11, 2017.

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  1. dcrawf

    dcrawf Low-Roller

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    And just as importantly, why?
     
  2. VegasTravelNews

    VegasTravelNews MIA

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    These are two fairly different properties. Might help if you could provide more info. For example: what aspect of staying in a Vegas hotel is most important to you? Location? Room types? Etc. Also, The Sig is "strip-adjacent" and the Platinum is off-strip. Are you going to have a car?
     
  3. Jidery

    Jidery Low-Roller

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    Platinum is a boring Timeshare property, the Sig is way nicer and attached to the MGM Grand.
     
  4. amk121

    amk121 VIP Whale

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    Never stayed at Platinum but I have stayed at Signature a few times and really enjoy my stay there. It's quieter and a bit of a walk to the strip, but if you don't mind that, then you will enjoy your stay there.
     
  5. lvchic80

    lvchic80 Low-Roller

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    I've stayed at Platinum several times and really enjoy it. Never stayed at Signature so I can't compare. Platinum feels like home when I'm there. Walking distance to Ellis Island, Cromwell, Bally's etc. Parking is a breeze, and the valet drivers are super nice(valet is included in your resort fee). Hotel is quiet, not a lot of traffice/noise so you really get a chance to escape the strip, without being too far from the strip. Love the full kitchen and washer/dryer(not in all rooms) and just the general space. The suites are huge. They also have a very reasonable resort fee, compared to other properties, $20 a night, and it comes with more than local calls :rolleyes: Let me know if you have any specific questions, I'd be glad to help.

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    I've stayed 6 times and never had a timeshare pitch.
     
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