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Separate bedrooms?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by trellaine, Aug 20, 2017.

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  1. trellaine

    trellaine High-Roller

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    i can't find my thread from a year ago or longer. I am looking for hotels that have 1BR where it's separate from the living area? One person sleeps on sofa bed and the other in a bed.

    I know the Signature does.

    Any other suggestions on strip or near strip.

    Thanks
     
  2. DBear

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    Delano in the MBay complex have 1 bedroom/living room setups. That's their standard room setup.
     
  3. Laostuh

    Laostuh Low-Roller

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    Vdara Panoramic Suite
    Cosmo 1br Terrance Suite
     
  4. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I don't know about a pullout sofa, but as long as a couch is ok, then virtually every hotel on the Strip has what you're looking for (i.e, a one bedroom suite). Personally, I have stayed at the following hotels with that set up: Mandalay Bay, Delano, MGM Grand, NYNY, Aria, Cosmo, Bellagio, CP, PHo, Paris, Venetian/Palazzo, Wynn/Encore
     
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  5. trellaine

    trellaine High-Roller

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    Thanks. I need a separate bedroom and living area. I think most would have a pull out. Just a guess.
     
  6. fugsworth

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    Virtually everyone on the Strip offers a 1BR suite of some kind.

    This is not a safe assumption. Only some do. Caesars properties will list this under the 'amenities' tab, 'furniture' subheading of each room listing on their website. MGM properties will have it under the 'room' tab of the 'amenities' section. Since you didn't list budget or any other parameters, I can't really narrow it down any further than that
     
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    Though not exactly "on" the strip, this is the room I stay in at the Hard Rock every visit and it's pretty sweet for the suite! Though to be fair, the bedroom isn't 100% separate, it's pretty secluded. Note: She (Gin Wigmore) doesn't come with the room and YES, the bed is every bit as comfortable as it looks!

     
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    Check the Jockey Club.. Its a hotel that is literally sandwiched between the Cosmo and Bellagio and is very reasonably priced.
     
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    Tropicana whirlpool suite has a bedroom and a separate living room. Has a full bath in bedroom and a half bath in living room
     
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    If you want to be thrifty about it, the King Suite at the Linq has this setup with a seperate bathroom. It's surprisingly spacious / nice too
     
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    Another vote for the Jockey Club ... its the best bang for the buck on the strip. They have 3x room options IIRC:
    1 Bed = King bed + bath, living / kitchen / half-bath / sofa sleeper
    1 Bed Deluxe = 2x Queen beds + bath, living kitchen / half-bath / sofa sleeper
    2 bed = 1 king + bathroom, 2x queens + bathroom, living / kitchen / sofa sleeper .... so this room comfortably can sleep 8 people.
    You can also get a roll-away in any room and the walk in closets are legit big enough for these beds.


    .... I always book via LAS VEGAS TOURIST BUREAU @ 1.800.777.8342.
    I recently priced out a trip in Dec.. Saturday - Wed in a 1 bed deluxe came to $386 including tax/fees. The place is crazy cheap and his direct access to Cosmo casino, its amazing.
     
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    The various incarnations of the Aria corner suites (not just Sky Suites) are all like this. So do the Vdara suites and a usually a much lower price. If you do look at Aria be aware that while the site list 2-3 types of corner suites the reality is that there are far more. We've stayed in a corner suite 6 times and we've never had one that was the same, there does not seem to be anyway to guarantee the floor plan you get. My favorite so far was a true corner overlooking the Cosmo, from the entry hall to the bedroom it formed a 180 degree view with glass everywhere.
     
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    Why not just book two rooms, it's usually, if not always, cheaper than an one-bed suite?
     
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    Very true.

    And by the way, you probably already know this, but the "suites" at V/P are almost all just a large room. They do NOT have a door to the living room.

    And, speaking of a door - if the 2nd person is on the couch and needs to use the bathroom... well...they have to come through the bedroom in many suites. A few do have that half bath in the living room area.
     
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    We love the hallway half bath at Delano (we stayed when it was TheHotel, assume at least the floorplan is the same). I can't remember about a foldout couch but since my husband and I usually aren't on the same schedule in Vegas, having a door that shuts between bedroom and living room is great. (that was a business trip - trade show at MBay convention center....)
     
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    Ivory suites at Palms have separate bedroom and a powder room in addition to the large master bath. Very nice without breaking the bank if you aren't comped.

    Most properties do have some true suites with separate bedroom. In lower price range Tropicana has Paradise one bedroom suites, only one bathroom. Harrahs has executive one bedroom suites, only one bathroom. Rio has a few different one bedroom suites.

    As mentioned, VP suites don't have a truly private bedroom as it is a large open room with a step down to the living room area.
     
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