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Strip noise at TI?

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Strip noise at TI?

Next trip includes our first stay at TI. As Mrs T usually retires early, she would want to avoid any disturbance from the pirate show or any other strip noise. Is this an issue or can we happily take any room at TI without worrying about noise? Thanks.

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1. Re: Strip noise at TI?

The Sirens Of TI has plenty of pyrotechnics. I have stayed in a room that was on a high floor just above Pirate's Cove and the noise in the room was quite loud. It continues until midnight.

Ask for a south facing room and you will not have a problem.

Sterling, Illinois
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2. Re: Strip noise at TI?

the noise does last until around midnight but really who goes to bed before midnight while vacationing in vegas?

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3. Re: Strip noise at TI?

If you retire before the end of that last show you definitely don't want a room on that wing. I stayed in one this spring and the fireworks are quite loud. It wasn't an issue for us since we didn't go to bed that early.

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4. Re: Strip noise at TI?

Ask for a room on the pool side. they are the best strip view in vegas and you wont hear any noise from the fireworks or the sirens screaming.

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5. Re: Strip noise at TI?

We did not have any noise when we stayed there so I know it's possible to get a quiet room. I remember also having a good view of the strip down towards MGM. Ask for something away from the noise of the show, and I think you'll be fine.

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