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Which Room at PH?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by tinytim, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. tinytim

    tinytim Low-Roller

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    We are Vegas veterans BUT we are staying at Planet Hollyweird for the first time. We are a couple in our mid-50's (recycled teenagers). The view isn't too important and are not fussy but DO want a Quiet room. For example, I HATE it when the bass from a nightclub goes on til 2am or later. Any tips? TY in advance. Tim
     
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  2. Laugh

    Laugh Low-Roller

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    Sorry I won't be helpful but... "recycled teenagers" :haha:
     
  3. vegasmacker

    vegasmacker Canadian Ambassador for Sully's Bar

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    I’ve never really noticed any issues at PH except when staying on the 7th floor overlooking the pool. The nerve of the DJ playing loud music at 11AM lol. I don’t think you’d get much night noise unless you were on the very far north side, then maybe you’d get some from beer park/chateau at Paris. As for rooms I do like the resort rooms or the resort vista rooms.
     
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  4. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

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    Yeah I guess if you want the least noise, you don't want to be facing the pool area, they do start the oontz early and end at I think around 5:00pm or 7:00pm I forget which. I've never had a problem with outside noise at night.

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    rgrif57 High-Roller

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    Try an Ultra Resort Vista room. They are high enough for views and have a nice lay out, also these are the rooms at the ends of the 2 mini-towers jutting out. The regular resort room is non view and the same room..................Rick
     
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  6. FYMYAWF

    FYMYAWF High-Roller

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    I had one of the Ultra Hip Strip View rooms high in the northern most side of the main tower (not the buttresses) when I was there. The view was killer (despite small window), room was OK and I had no noise whatsoever. When I say the room is OK it's just kind of boring, not much in the way of decor but it was roomy, had a great, huge bathroom and a fridge. I'm not a huge PH devotee but I would definitely stay there again.
     
  7. PaytoPlay

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    My wife and I just stayed on the 29th floor in a regular (Ultra Hip) king room. It was quiet.

    Hotel was really solid in that regard. Rooms were very nice and the view was amazing to be honest.

    Hotel as a whole was good. We were there during the week and really enjoyed the happy hour drink deals at the bordering spots.

    Not a lot of selection on the slot floor and the buffet was pretty Marriot level but otherwise - a good place to land. Great location. You will have a good time!
     
  8. tinytim

    tinytim Low-Roller

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    Thanks for your answers so far. I should have mentioned that it's a group trip paid by my boss so I'm sure they booked cheapest rooms thru Travel agency. I will ask for upgrade.. Does the $20 trick work here? Is it a thing anywhere now?? lol
     
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    I have had a room at Planet Hollywood where I requested a change because of noise. It was the first room off the elevators and it sounded like they were going up and down the wall behind the bed all night long. I would be sure to tell them you want a quiet room and be sure to get one at least a couple doors down from the elevator. I should have listened to my mom who always asks for a room away from the elevator and ice machine. :)
     
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  10. PaytoPlay

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    FWIW - I am a TR Platinum (only due to credit card) and I had a comped room with no view. I checked in around 1pm on a Monday with a 4 night stay. It was so slow I walked right up to the check in desk. I provided my card and said hi. The desk employee asked if I wanted a high floor or a view. I said a view of the strip would be amazing and we would be really appreciative of that. He put us in a fountain view room. No $20 dollar trick. He was super professional and it was an excellent first impression.

    Maybe I suck for not giving the guy a 20. But he showed no displeasure and was incredibly professional and excellent.
     
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    The $20 Trick is almost the most ridiculous notion that Vegas perpetuates. But I do NOT want to hijack or start ANOTHER $20 thread. The "Be Nice" trick works pretty good in my books.
     
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