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Choosing a Suite Within Budget

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Choosing a Suite Within Budget

Hi, me and a friend (both 21) will be travelling to Vegas on June 20 for 5 days. We are looking for a suite that's either on or off the strip (but not too far). We are however looking a suite that has two queen beds or one king bed and a pull out couch/bed that is comfortable. We will not be gambling and we are not picky on the outdoor pool as long as its not crowded. We're looking for the best bang for our buck. Our budget is a total of 1600-1800. I like the modern feel of the palms place but there's many others that are really large and nice and I can't decide.

Any suggestions?

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1. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

Look at Signature and Elara.

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2. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

What do you consider a suite? Do you want a living room and bedroom seperated by walls, or will a large room with a seperate sitting area do?

If your looking for the large room consider a Bella Suite at Venetian. Guaranteed 2 beds, plus a sunken living area. If you want a real suite with seperate rooms, probably the best value in a hotel/casino is THEhotel. They have seperate bedroom and living room, and 1 & 1/2 baths.

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3. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

I really do like the signature suites and suites at Vdara but apparently there all one king beds only?

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4. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

Also check out Venetian/Palazzo, which are right on the strip.

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5. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

The Mirage has a true 1 bedroom suite. Not sure if either of the two couches are pull-out, but you can request a cot.

Venetian has very large rooms and you can get them with 1 king and a pull-out couch or 2 queens. Venetian also has more pools to choose from than Mirage.

You can also try TheHotel at Mandalay Bay. They have suites, but I hear the pool is quite popular and crowded.

Actually, at that time of year, most pools will probably have competition for space.

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6. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

A lot depends on how important room quality is to you. If you're just looking for a place to sleep and a decent pool, the Rio will work just fine. If you're looking for something mid-range, either Palms Place or the Trump (if you specifically request a room with a sofa bed) will do.

For on-Strip properties, you're pretty much limited to the five-star all-suite hotels: Vdara, Venetian/Palazzo, Elara, Signature, and Wynn/Encore. The only ones that I believe will fit your budget are Vdara (everything except the Deluxe Suite has a sofa bed), Elara, and Signature. Out of those, my recommendation would be Vdara. It's a fairly new property, decent price, and good location with easy access to Bellagio and Aria.

Edited: 21 February 2013, 20:57
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7. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

Can the panoramic suite at Vdara or signature suites come with two beds or a pull out bed? Because from what I've seen it's only one king bed no?

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8. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

The Panoramic Suites at Vdara contain a king bed and a queen sofa bed. From their website (www.vdara.com/suites/panoramic-suite.aspx): "Unique features include: Living room with pullout queen-size sofa bed."

Signature suites all come with king beds, but I believe you can request a rollaway. There may be an additional charge for it, I can't find anything concrete on their website.

Edited: 21 February 2013, 21:05
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9. Re: Choosing a Suite Within Budget

Only place that I know of that has a true suite with 2 queen beds is at THEhotel.

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