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PH Panorama Suite

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by DJ Ran, Oct 27, 2016.

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  1. DJ Ran

    DJ Ran High-Roller

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    Heading back in February and since it's not pool season, thinking about changing things up a bit and staying at Planet Hollywood in a Panorama suite. We've never stayed their but have gambled there numerous times and enjoy the casino. The suite looks pretty nice from what I've seen on line. Has anyone stayed in one, if so what are your Thoughts? Where are the elevators located to go up to them and do they drop you right into the casino?
     
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    Peachiekeehn High-Roller

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    Both towers elevators drop you pretty much right into the casino. One is near Planet Dailies and the other is near the high limit slots. I'm not sure but I think the Panorama suites would be in both towers. If so, I'd try for the North tower for better views of the strip and the fountains.
     
  3. DJ Ran

    DJ Ran High-Roller

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    Thanks for the tip on the North tower.
     
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    Ditto on the north tower tip! I just booked Ultra Hip newly remodeled, strip view suite for December. I'll be sure to ask for the north tower.
     
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    We have stayed in one our last 3 stays there, and love the room. We have been in the south but the view is still great. A few items, outside of the main bathroom there is a small bathroom on the other side of the suite away from the bedroom. a nice wet bar area, 2 TV's bedroom area and main room area, a soaking tub with a sliding panel for privacy or open for a view, the tub is big but not jetted, lots of sitting area and places to have in room dining and over 1200sqft. Looking at the pictures I have the view is of everything from the airport around to the Aria, includes MGM/NYNY area. We both really enjoy it but would like to see the north view.................Rick
     
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    Thanks for the info Rick. I know there's a fridge in the room, is it just a small mini fridge like they have in all the rooms? Probably a long shot but is there a microwave?
     
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    We have never used one so I can't remember if there was a microwave, but yes the fridge is in the bar area as is the coffee maker.............Rick
     
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    The fridge is the small mini ones in the wet bar area. I've stayed in the suites facing north and south, and even the Boulevard suites before also and there was no microwaves in any of the suites.
     
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