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Paris - End of Hallway room

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by abandapart77, Jul 10, 2020.

  1. abandapart77

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    I have never stayed at Paris but I ended up getting a comped, End of Hallway Burgundy room for my October trip. Paris has 3 hallways, with some rooms facing away from the strip, I would like to get one that looks out at the Bellagio fountains. Is there something specific I should ask for at check in to get that to happen?
    Also, is there anything fantastic about these end of hallway rooms? Anybody stayed in them previously?
    Thanks for the help
     
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    Ask for anEnd of Hallway, Eiffel Tower View room, as high up as possible.
     
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  3. Sfgiants13

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    Nice thing is you won’t have to worry about club noise most likely. That can be a major issue with those rooms.
     
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    I can’t answer the question about what corridor you want to ask for to ensure you get a fountain view, but I can tell you these “P” rooms are quite spacious.

    These pictures are from our 2017 trip and they’ve completed the whole renovation since then, but it’ll give you an idea of what the room layout is like.

    To get to this room, we turned left into a small alcove that was shared by 2 rooms, so that was a bit weird, but we never ran into anyone in the other room while we were there.

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    You want a "Eiffel Tower View". That's going to look over the pool area and give you the best view of The Strip.

    The end of hall rooms are a hike from the elevators, but it's not too bad. Only at 4am when the floor is so wobbly for some reason. :drunk: :haha:

    They have an extra set of windows. So you have the big window wall and then another window on the wall next to it. Gives you a bit more of a view and a surprising amount of extra light, IMO.
     
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    You may or may not get a P room though. I had an end of hall room once that was accessed from the small alcove but was not a P room. Actually was small & didn’t even have the separate (at that time) tub & shower set up.
     
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    Great view from that room but that carpet would give me a headache. :)
     
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    Here are some pics of the end of hallway room, since the remodel:

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    View for this particular room was facing east through one window (you can see the Elara through the window in one of the pics) and Bally's through the other. Previous times, I have had similar views, but have never specifically requested a Strip view.
     
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    We stayed at Paris a couple of years ago for our anniversary and had a P room and the end of the hall. The lady gave us a tower view with our room being about eye level with the observation deck. It was a nice room pre-remodel but I just never have any luck in the casino.
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    Hopping in here to ask if all the end of Hallway rooms at Paris feature a bathtub, plus the separate shower. I am booked at the end of hallway room for August and it states that my room comes with a bathtub. Was wondering if it's separate from a shower or if it might be a shower/tub combo.
     
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    separate tub and shower.
    But both are on the small side compared to other higher end resorts on the Strip.
     
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    I'm not 100% sure where they are in the upgrades, but most of the rooms should be done. The remodeled rooms have separate tub and shower. The tub isn't a huge soaking tub though, just standard size.
     
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    I just booked Paris Burgundy room fully comped for October. I have never stayed(always do Wynn), but as of right now I haven't got any good offers for Wynn. So until then, I will look forward to Paris! My question is, should I have booked end of hallway? I don't mind walking, but if there isn't really THAT much difference I will keep what I have. Also, how good does the $20 work at Paris? Would I ask for Eiffel Tower/High Floor view? A little guidance would help tremendously!

    Thank you!
     
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    It's my understanding that the end of hallway rooms are slightly larger, feature two sets of large windows instead of one set of windows and they have a separate shower plus a separate tub. But I hear the tubs are rather small. The rooms are also supposed to be fairly quiet. Maybe others can chime in on this.
     
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    Most of the extra square footage is in the form of an entry way, but you get an extra window with a 90 degree offset view.

    Something I havent seen mentioned (oops someone actually did mention it in this thread yay!) I just want to throw out there, is there are FOUR rooms at the end of each hallway, and only 2 of them are premium / corner rooms. Each pair is made to be adjoining rooms with 3 entry doors: one from the main hallway and then just inside that to one side will be a door that goes to the end hallway burgundy room (non-premium), and then straight ahead the entrance to the 'P-room' or premium end hallway room. The one not designated with a P in the room number is a smaller standard burgundy room with a less convenient walk and only one window. Just ne warned, an end hallway burgundy room and a premium end hallway burgundy room are NOT the same room!

    As far as noise, I was on the back side of one of the forward facing wings last year (northwest wing but eastern side of it) at 4th of July on a high floor and heard plenty of club noise in my room, but could see about 1/3 of the fountain show.
     
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    Do you know if all four of the end of hallway rooms have bathtubs? Whether they are "P" rooms or not?
     
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    The P rooms still do as far as I know and I'm not sure about the others. Never been in one but my understanding is they were being replaced with shower-only in most rooms in the latest remodel.
     
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    I have an end of hallway room reserved and the reservation specialist assured me that I had a bathtub in addition to the shower. So I guess I'm hoping it's a "P" room, then.
     
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    Sometimes the P room is listed in the reservation site as just "end hallway" and they are very inconsistent. The reservation specialist usually just see the same or similar amenity list to what's in the web site and may not know. I see right now one just called "end hallway" but lists square footage as "over 400" which is most likely a P-room. The "accessible end hallway" currently listed lists 390 square feet and also says both, but I dont see a non-accessible 390 square foot end hallway listed, not anything listed as premium end hallway currently. If you're at the very end, hopefully you got the premiu. I usually see both "end hallway" and "premium end hallway" in my list when booking a comp, but don't see a premium not-logged-in right this second.
     
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