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another Jacuzzi question

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another Jacuzzi question

Which hotels have a Jacuzzi in the room and which ones are nice. My husband and I would like to go away for our 2nd wedding anniversary.

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1. Re: another Jacuzzi question

The waterfront tower at Harrahs has them in at least some (maybe all?) of the suites. Some of the Ballys rooms have them too and so do some of the suites at Caesars.

I think all of the casinos have some rooms/suites with jacuzzis but am not certain.

There's a place I wanted to recommend but can't think of the name of. It's a noncasino timeshare property near Resorts. Can anyone help me out? I stayed there once and the 1 bedroom "apartment" room I had was very nice and had a kitchen/living room and a seperate bedroom with a jacuzzi. It was very nice and would most likely be far less expensive than a suite in the casinos.

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2. Re: another Jacuzzi question

It just came to me - Skyline Tower.

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3. Re: another Jacuzzi question

I'm pretty sure you're talking about the Atlantic Palace; we stayed there once and had a nice room with a kitchenette, floor to ceiling window facing the ocean, and a huge jacuzzi tub right in the middle (so you could see outside while tubbing).

The price was quite reasonable for a Friday night.

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4. Re: another Jacuzzi question

It's definitely the Wyndham Skyline Tower, its across the street from Resorts.

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