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Quiet room at The D

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels' started by thekid911, Jul 11, 2017.

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  1. thekid911

    thekid911 Tourist

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    Basically same question that was just asked about DTG - looking to get put in a quiet room at the D.

    If someone has stayed recently in a room that was quiet, if you wouldn't mind sharing the room number.
     
  2. vegasdev

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    I was in 1519 recently, it was fine, no extra noise there.
     
  3. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    Odd side, higher up are quiet.
     
    Another NGO trip. QQQQ/NYNY
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    I just got back tonight from staying in room 409. No noise at all. I usually like a high floor, but it was fine, and quick elevator ride.
     
  5. vegasdev

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    their elevator system does not seem to make a difference.
    you punch in you floor number and the system sorts and organizes, but in the end you can still end up in a car with several passengers stopping at several floors. overall it was not much different than a elevator in a hotel without that system. just sayin
     
  6. djen

    djen Low-Roller

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    Ask upon check in for a quiet room. When I checked in the clerk apolagized for the room I was given, he noted there may be noise from Fremont Street if it was to much to check back in the morning for a different room. I could see the stage on Fremont from my room. The room I was some noise when I returned to my room, but given the time and my current state of exhaustion, the little bit of noise was not an issue.
     
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    I've never really had an issue with noise no matter what side I'm on. I've been on a low floor before, and it was pretty quite. I could hear the stand a little bit, but nothing crazy.
     
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    Quiet room is very subjective and depends on how much noise will bother you. If you are a very light sleeper turn on the AC and usually that drowns most of it out. We had a low floor once and facing the stage but didn't have any problems sleeping. I fall asleep easily though.
     
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    There is alot of bass which is hard to drown out. I have tried the AC unit, earplugs, my white noise machine, high floors on the odd side. I just stay somewhere else now.
     
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    the D is loud joint.....period. I would stay again though. IF you hit the hay before 2 AM and are a light sleeper stay at another property.
     
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