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Mirage 2 bedroom tower suite info

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by blairc24, Mar 2, 2017.

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  1. blairc24

    blairc24 Tourist

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    Hey guys,

    I have a 2 bedroom tower suite booked for 7 nights in August. I have never stayed at the Mirage before but visited the property / casino many times in the past.

    I know the exact room will be allocated on arrival, but are there any factors that i should be requesting at check in that will make the stay even better?? i.e, volcano view, floor number, north / south??

    Any suggestions or info is much appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Blair
     
  2. SH0CK

    SH0CK Stylin' and Profilin' Quasi Tech Admin

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    The tower suites are only on the top floors of the hotel and accessible via the "Tower" elevators, so floor number won't help you much. Being there are limited number of 2 BR versions though, any requests will be limited too, especially staying a week.
     
  3. Bellbad

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    The Tower and Penthouse Suites are located on levels A through E. A two bedroom suite is a one bedroom with with an adjoining regular room.

    As far as room selection, ask for a corner room with windows on two sides. It's a long walk to the elevator but the view is outstanding. The time we stayed in a corner room, the side windows looked towards The Wynn and the others pointed pointed Venetian and Harrahs way. Not every corner room has windows as one time we endured the walk but there were only windows on one side. But you'll love it no matter what.

    Enjoy.
     
  4. TedCheddy

    TedCheddy Low-Roller

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    The view on these rooms is kind of funny because of the damn Beatles Love window wrap. It's okay for a general, long-distance view but if you're trying to stand at the window and see things you really can't all that well. I think I've stayed in all three wings up there and always had a decent strip view - that may be because I always had the end-of-hall room (which I thought were always 1 BR suites, could be wrong).

    The one time I was facing the volcano was kind of annoying because you'd hear the drums - I must have hit the sack before 11:00 that night or something.

    It's a great suite for an extended period of time like you're staying - there's a ton of room. It doesn't have all the modern stuff like, say, Aria does but the sheer size is fantastic.

    Also, if you're planning on doing the pool, look into reserving chairs at the Oasis Pool at the Mirage. It's a private area with it's own pool, padded chairs, umbrellas, and they serve fruits and snacks throughout the day. Probably be around $50/chair in August but we loved it.
     
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