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The D Suite

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by grosx2, Oct 27, 2016.

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  1. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    According to the website, there's only one type of suite at the D? (other than maybe unlisted, high roller ones)

    Has anyone stayed in the D Suite? How was it? What type of play are they looking for to comp it? VP coin in and/or table game avg bet...
     
  2. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    I have stayed in the D suite a few times. It a large two room suite. Three TVs and a full bar (not stocked) in the living room area. I thought I had pictures of it, but I don't.

    It really depends on your relationship with your host. I had a very good relationship with my host, and she put me in there when it was available.
     
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    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    Thanks DaiLun. Anyone else have experience with the D suite and play requirements?
     
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    They also have a king corner "suite". It's all 1 room, but it's larger than their normal room, and has wrap around windows. Was in it last visit, and was nice. There's also a "premier" corner king suite. I think the only difference is that they have a fridge in it, and it's on the higher floors. Hoping to get in that one my next visit.

    As for play requirements, I can just tell ya what I do. I play about 80% craps, and the rest UTH/Slots/BJ. I'll play day 1 and 2 at $10 pass, and day 3 at $25 pass. I'll normally have come bets all across with at least 2x odds. And, from what one of the pit boss' told me, they rate odds. Sometimes I'll up to $25 sooner if I have a good run. So, figure $75-$100/hand maybe? I'm guessing to get their big suite you'd have to play maybe $200/hand?
     
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