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Strip hotel - lower floor rooms?

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Strip hotel - lower floor rooms?

Can anyone suggest a reasonably priced Strip hotel that has decent rooms on lower floors so I can use the stairs. Hate elevators unless glass and I can see outside. Heard Luxor may have these but when I went into reservations they say can't guarantee a particular room location and are "allocated on arrival".

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1. Re: Strip hotel - lower floor rooms?

Vegas hotels will never guarantee specific room types, floors or locations on floors when you make a reservation. Everything is a request that can't be confirmed until you check-in.

If you stressed your circumstances when making a reservation I'd be surprised if you weren't accommodated. Most people like higher rooms and I'm sure any hotel would try to help. A lot of hotels have conference facilities on the lower floors and guest rooms may not begin until five or six floors up so be sure to do your research well.

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2. Re: Strip hotel - lower floor rooms?

That's a good point blagger....some hotels have shopping plaza's and offices, etc....banquet rooms, on the first few floors.

Hollyfairy....I hope you are in good shape.....

You would do well on the carnival cruiseline...beautiful, plentiful glass elevators aboard the Glory !

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3. Re: Strip hotel - lower floor rooms?

Two Hotels that come to mind with lower floors, only one staircase up, are the Trop and the IP. They are reasonable but older Hotels that are not the brightest bulbs on the strip.

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I don't like to be by elevators or ice machines (or adjoining rooms), because I am a light sleeper and have learned what wakes me at night in hotels...so I always make sure the agents put a note in my reservation and remind the desk staff when I check in that I have a special request. More often than not, the hotel has been able to accomodate but sometimes can't due to being sold out. So I would suggest talking directly to the hotel staff to book, because they know their property and if your request can be met.

Maybe you could consider something like a non-casino hotel near the strip or vacation rental as an alternative?

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I know that the Trop is rundown and a shadow of it's former self but the actually have rooms off the casino floor in the main tower. If you walk off the floor near their Italina restaurant and go down the hall, they have room there...I kid you not. I just remember going to the Trop a couple years back and wandering around and saw these rooms and couldn't beleive it.

Also, the IP has rooms on I think the 3rd floor and up.

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7. Re: Strip hotel - lower floor rooms?

oops, thediceman already gave the same answer...maybe it's a sign?

Devonport, United...
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Yep, I'm looking at IP, I've e-mailed them and just waiting for a reply. Thanks all.

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