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Quiet Room for one night

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels' started by absinthe, Oct 5, 2017.

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  1. absinthe

    absinthe Tourist

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    Hello all,

    Possibly odd question but I'll ask anyway. Anyone have input on a quiet and clean room from the list below?

    If I can get the time off work I plan on being in Vegas the weekend/early week before Thanksgiving. To maximize time in Vegas I would fly out Friday after work from the east coast and would need a hotel for Friday night. This would be followed by three comp nights at Wynn/Encore.

    Considerations (in order of priority):

    1. Quiet- The flight would land around 9:30 PM local time/feels like 12:30 AM on biological clock. Basically just need a clean and quiet room to sleep. I realize all hotels can be loud based on neighbors.

    2. Food- Preferably someplace open late that I can get a meal before shower and bedtime. A cafe is fine. Bonus points for breakfast options in the morning.

    3. Casino- Would likely gamble very lightly or not at all. Most likely gambling would be a VP bar to have a few drinks before bed. Majority of gambling would be at Wynncore and wherever I go on the strip the rest of the trip.

    4. Location- My guess is all of these options are within a few dollars in terms of uber to Wynn/Encore. I initially was going to stay downtown but thought excessive noise may be present.

    5. Price- not really a factor as these would all be paid by credit card points (other than resort fee) and cost around the same number of points for this particular night

    List of options (I have never been to most of these places but have gambled downtown a few times and once at Stratosphere ):

    1. Gold Coast
    2. Tuscany Suites
    3. Lucky Dragon
    4. Silver Sevens
    5. Stratosphere
    6. Several downtown options- Would listen if anyone has opinions on a quiet hotel. Based on pricing I would tend to pick Golden Nugget but most downtown hotels were around the same point total.
     
  2. JR Swift

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    I think Gold Coast might fit the bill nicely, although most any of the places you listed would probably be OK. Just thinking you would be more prone to hear street noise or have strange neighbors at the other locations. Late night food at GC would be limited to Subway or Fridays but either is life sustaining. Breakfast buffet is cheap and decent. Pretty good bartop VP and drink service as well.
     
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  3. ExVegasLocal

    ExVegasLocal Low-Roller

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    If you are thinking of downtown, you might try the Cabana Suites at El Cortez. They are in a separate building from the casino, and far enough from Fremont Street that you won't be disturbed.VP bars at ElCo have decent pay tables (from what I remember). You should find all the food and VP you are looking for in that area.
     
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    My guess is that Lucky Dragon would be the quietest of the bunch, there's really nobody there to make noise all night!

    I've stayed down the street at the SLS twice, including weekends, and I was very pleasantly surprised at how quiet it was. I was kinda expecting the El-Lay twentybopper party types making all kinds of noise but it was very quiet. I stayed both in the old Tangiers tower and the old Tunis tower. The rooms are quite small, but they were fine for me.
     
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  5. Trailer666

    Trailer666 Low-Roller

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    I agree with ExVegas about the Cabana Suites. It is the quietest place downtown that I have stayed at. The Gold Coast isn't too bad either for noise. My stay at the Silver Sevens wasn't very noisy either.
     
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    I'd go with Tuscany Suites or Gold Coast. Cabana Suites at ElCo as a 3rd option. Just based on my personal preference and experience.

    Enjoy your trip.
     
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    I vote for Gold Coast
     
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  8. whiskeyandslots

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    I have stayed at Lucky Dragon once. It's definitely quiet. I think the rooms -- although nothing close to on par with Wynn -- are quite nice, or they were when the place first opened up. There's a small casino, so it should be enough for light gambling. When we stayed there, we Uber/Lyfted to the Strip a few times, and it was quite affordable...I don't remember how much, but not much at all.

    It's also a pretty small property, so you don't have to worry about long walks through the casino or resort when you're tired from traveling.

    The only thing that I'm not sure about is the food. They have Bao Now, which is a 24-hour joint. They only serve Asian food there. I guess we aren't very cultured because we're more into Americanized Chinese food. If you like authentic Asian cuisine, though, you might like it.
     
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  9. spicole

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    Thanks for posting this - I was wondering if the rooms were decent. I can imagine that the Lyft/Uber rates from LD are pretty cheap to either downtown or the north-central strip.
     
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  10. whiskeyandslots

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    We aren't used to fancy accommodations in Vegas -- or anywhere, really. Bally's and the like is pretty much our speed. But I thought the room was very nice. The only downside of the room was that the door was really heavy...like REALLY heavy. Maybe for soundproofing or something? The windows are also tinted red. I liked it, but my husband wasn't a fan. Also, it's not a tall hotel, so you're not going to really get much of a view.

    The bed was VERY comfortable. The bathroom was quite nice and had luxurious French toiletries (not sure why they were French, but they were.) Robes were there for use, and there were straw sandal things that you could wear around the room. I meant to take ours home with us but forgot them. This was last year over New Year's Eve, but we thought it was very nice.

    The only reason I say we wouldn't stay there again is because of the location and lack of food offerings and entertainment. The hotel itself is great. And the location really isn't terrible with Uber/Lyft.
     
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    Gold Coast seems to allow you to make all the check marks on your list.
     
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    Gold Coast You can get to-go dinner from Friday's to eat up in the room (Incase you end up playing more than intended)..Works for me and yes the breakfast buffet is not bad at all.
    Close to the airport and chances are no wait in line to check-in that late..
     
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  13. absinthe

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    Thanks for the replies everyone. Gold coast seems likely.
     
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    Avoid any room next-door to mine at the Hard Rock!
     
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    Gold Coast looks like it will be the best bet for you. I would avoid El CO Cabana Suites as it was not that quiet on my last stay. Lot of street noise and drunks. California also was quiet on my three stays I had with them.
     
  16. Chadohio1

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    I would look at either Silverton, South Point or The M Resort unless you are looking for something closer to the strip then I would try Rio.

    Rio has Bigger rooms aka Studio Suites
     
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  17. spicole

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    If this rooms-a-knockin' - don't come... Well, you get the idea.
     
  18. nostresshere

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    Have you considered just doing the extra night at Wynn?

    Avoid moving?

    As to a QUIET room - I see that mentioned often and rarely have we run into a noisy room. Only noise is when there is a late nightclub nearby.
     
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