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Red Room vs Burgundy Room

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Echo27, Jun 13, 2017.

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  1. Echo27

    Echo27 High-Roller

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    Hello! I am comped at Paris in a Red Room with two queens and received an email allowing me to upgrade to a Burgundy Room. The fee is nominal. Are the Burgundy rooms much better? Would you do it or stay put?
     
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    Definitely 20170227_170223.jpg
     
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    Echo27 High-Roller

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    Thanks! I decided to go for it earlier in the afternoon. It looks like they're nicely renovated.
     
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    That one room with the doubles windows looks like a P room though, where it's a corner. I don't think all Burgundy rooms have the double windows, and some red rooms do as well. The power is in the P!

    I could be wrong as I haven't stayed at Paris yet, but have been considering it for a future trip, and have been geeking out on comparing rooms myself. You might ask about a P room (or whatever it's called) when checking in, for either room. I'd certainly love two windows to one!!!!
     
  5. Maxbet

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    Actually the pics look like one of the smaller suites. Jetted tub, seating area and table and chairs. I've had the P corner room, and it did not have that much going on like the pics do. That aside, I would have gone for Burgundy from Red.
     
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    I agree with Maxbet. Seems like the pics are the Charlemagne Suite on Paris website which is 1000 sq. foot suite.
     
  7. Echo27

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    Thanks for all of the info, everyone! It seems like the Red Rooms have gotten a little shabby, so I'm hopeful that the Burgundy will be more my speed.
     
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