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Room for 3 Adults on Strip

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by crm1310, Jul 19, 2017.

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  1. crm1310

    crm1310 Low-Roller

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    HI All. Heading out to Vegas and in search of a room that can sleep 3 adult males.


    Our same group stayed last year at MGM in an Executive Queen Suite. It was perfect but we want to stay at a Casino we have not been to before and want a room that basically matches the MGM room we stayed at. Watched Youtube for various rooms I think are close but I have yet to find one just like it.

    2 requirements we wish for.....2 queen beds with a couch and 2 sinks / vanities (one for normal use, other for keeping beer on ice)

    More info as I know it will be asked!
    Budget for room around $200 per night Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
    Don't care about pool, club, dinning and want on strip not off strip.

    The two hotels we would like to stay at this trip with rooms that seem close

    NYNY - Player Suite - From what I can tell it has only a single sink and I can not tell if there is a couch or just chairs. Does anyone know if it has either? Is there another room that would work?

    Planet Hollywood - This is where we really want to stay this trip.
    Ultra Resort Room - With 2 queens it looks like you get chairs instead of couch, if you get a King you do get a couch. Anyone seen 2 queens with a couch?

    Ultra Resort Vista - Can not really tell much difference other than another $120 per night vs the above room. It looks larger and looks to have 2 sinks but not sure of a couch.

    We will grab MGM again if needed but just wondering if anyone knows of a room that might fit our wishes?

    The Casinos we want to stay at PH, NYNY, Mirage, Linq or TI but open to any place to check off my bucket list.

    Out on Hooters, Luxor, MB, Monte Carlo, and Aria due to having been there before

    thanks for any input!
     
  2. GeorgeandTheBear

    GeorgeandTheBear High-Roller

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    The Petite Suite at Treasure Island is advertised as having a king and a sofa bed. At check-in I was told that they actually have a few (5, I think) that have two queens. I don't know how you would go about reserving one, but I was told they exist. The PS has two full bathrooms, so no issue with the sinks.
     
  3. The Rumor

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    A base two queen room at V/P would probably be good for you guys too
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Most suites are a king bed.

    SOME have a half bath which would be great for "sausage fest" situation.
     
  5. spdandpwr

    spdandpwr VIP Whale

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    The Linq does have a bunk room that meets nearly all your requirements but the extra sink. From a value standpoint, that casino is hard to beat and has the best video poker bars on the strip bar none
     
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    This is a great reco, but I see $200 after resort fee being an issue
     
  7. The Rumor

    The Rumor VIP Whale

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    Probably a little over, yeah, but, man, if I wanted a room with a suite setup, these are worth it given the seating area. they are talking midweek.
     
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  8. Jidery

    Jidery Low-Roller

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    This is the answer. You get 3 beds with the bunk room and a fridge for the beer.
     
  9. crm1310

    crm1310 Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the suggestions. The V/P Bella Suite would be perfect! Has everything on our list might have to raise our budget. The Linq Bunk room works as well and in in budget which frees up more money for TAG Bar! Always great suggestions here.
     
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    spicole No shirt, no shoes... NO DICE!

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    I know you said MB was out, but would you consider Delano? Full 2 room suites, 1.5 baths, and a 2Q room will fit the bill.
     
  11. todd7764

    todd7764 Low-Roller

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    You might check out Elara too.
     
  12. KKB

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    I am a LINQ fan but I would never recommend it for more than 2 in a party--no more than one can be in the bathroom at a time unless 1 is in the shower!
    And bunk for an adult? C'mon...
    We (3 women) check into a PH Ultra resort room tomorrow & I chose it for its size. I was leaning toward Ballys as the standard rooms are so spacious. Bath isn't small, but only 1 sink. It LOOKED like the PH room might have a bigger bath or 2 sinks; but the sq. ft. seems to be the same as Ballys. Will let you know.
     
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