We’re booked in a “Luxury View Suite” at the Palazzo during the last week of March. Unlike other hotels, the V/P site doesn’t seem to say anywhere what they mean by “View”. Does it always imply a high floor, or could it be a low floor just not staring at the garage or AC unit that someone posted a picture of (for example, just over the pool)?
From looking at the building on Google Street View and Bing Birds Eye, it seems that the majority of the “strip” views are just of TI/Trump, although if high enough the mountains would be in view, and I can handle that. It appears that if you’re high enough and far enough north, there might be a better view down the strip a bit. Is there a magic word/section name/room number block to ask for?
On the other side, the view over the Wynn golf course to the city/mountains seems nice if high enough; are those considered “View” rooms also?
This is a 10 year anniversary trip, so I want the best room we can get (for my budget!). We’ll be arriving just around midnight on a Monday, with a SW Jackpot package (the hotel portion of the price seems to be in line with V/P’s best direct website rates, which don’t happen to be available direct that week. So not full rack, but not Priceline either).