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Staycation - Paris, Linq or Harrah's?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by tuck78, Nov 10, 2018.

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  1. tuck78

    tuck78 Tourist

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    So I'm going to the Golden Knights game this Friday (11/16) and I've decided to stay over that night. Already booked a night at MGM Park. I'm thinking of making it more of a mini staycation (I'm a local) and spending Thursday night as well. I have comps for basic rooms at Paris(Classic room), Linq (Deluxe room) and Harrah's (Mardi Gras room). Never stayed at any of them. None of them look particularly nice or exciting but its really just a place to stay. I plan on wandering around so I'm more concerned about the rooms.

    ... Also I can get a Flamingo Fab room for $25 but would rather save some money since MGM Park wasn't cheap..

    Thanks!
     
  2. vegasqc

    vegasqc VIP Whale

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    Paris is best property but classic room is just a fancy word for old, they are the oldest and only room that havent been redone there.
    Linq is pretty new with a good location and easy access to promenade
     
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  3. Shane.Decker

    Shane.Decker One night...In Vegas...

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    I personally didn't care too much for the Paris. I'm more partial to Harrah's and the Linq as there is more to do down in that area.
     
  4. easy_money

    easy_money High-Roller

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    Out of the 3, I'd prefer the Linq room and location. The room is newly renovated and easier on the eyes compared to the other 2, though it's on the smaller side. Should be fine if it's just yourself. Centrally located so you can wander off to all the other nearby properties.
     
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    gs32794 VIP Whale

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    Linq. The room is much newer than the other two. I enjoyed my stay there last December. It's clean, quiet, has a fridge and location..

    ETA: Never pay anything for a Flamingo Fab if the Linq is free.
     
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  6. PsyDoc

    PsyDoc High-Roller

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    It really depends on who you are (age, money limit, etc.) and what is important to you (i.e., what you are planning to do). Paris is good for food options, many say that Harrah's casino has a good vibe, Paris and Harrah's have better strip location, Linq is more popular among younger people,....etc.
     
  7. Flowers

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    I haven't seen a Linq room but I think the Harrah's remodeled rooms look great, it's a centralized location with a great vibe and lots of activity as well.
     
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  8. CheeseHog

    CheeseHog Low-Roller

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    We like the quaintness of the Linq room and the location..
     
  9. breanna61

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    While Paris is the better property, those old classic rooms are really bad...they haven't been remodelled since Paris opened. I'd have to suggest Linq as at least those rooms have been remodelled.
     
  10. Kobra2848

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    We stayed at Paris in August in a red room and I didn't really care for it. We had a great view but the room was worn. I would like to try the Linq.

    Mark
     
  11. runningonthehub

    runningonthehub High-Roller

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    I have stayed at Harrah's and the Linq and I enjoy both. But, Paris would be my choice since I have never stayed there.
     
  12. NPLV

    NPLV High-Roller

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    The base Linq rooms are nicest, the location is the best, but the elevators are a huge inconvenience. You can't go wrong with Paris or Harrah's. Both awesome casinos right next to other awesome casinos. If I were a local I would probably want to go to the more unique place so I could see staying at Paris but that's just me.
     
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