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Paris End of Hallway room?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by JR Swift, Feb 25, 2017.

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  1. JR Swift

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    I see one of the room options at Paris is touted as End of Hallway. What is distinctive about these rooms? Is it the size, configuration, view or something else?
     
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    If it's a corner room they are larger than a normal room. I think they are P room - petite suite. They have a couch and seating area. Paris is our home casino and we always request the p rooms and usually can get them. They have two views and large windows.
     
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    We stayed at Paris in a newly remodeled end of hall room last week. Room number was 3298P, here's some pics along with the views out the different windows.
     

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    How was the club noise in 3298P at night?
     
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    You can hear the music from the club but it wasn't all that annoying that it prevented us from sleeping.
     
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    The end of hallway isn't always the P room. We have gotten the other room next to the P room, but was not a corner room. Not sure if the end of hallway room necessarily always means the P room. I haven't checked to see, though, if room sizes are different.
     
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    I see there is a 10 sq foot difference.
     
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    I had one end of hall that was next to a P room. Only had the tub. No stand alone shower. Also configured a bit odd - not standard rectangle. Didn't like it & changed the next day. If it were only available I'd have been ok, just preferred a different type.
     
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    As always, great information from the good people on this board. If it is actually the room in the photos, I am in. Either way, thanks for the replies!
     
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    Thought I would let everyone know that I decided to go with the Burgundy end of Hallway room for my stay next month. Will update based on my experience.
     
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    Cool, let us know.
     
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