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need advise on a hotel

Milton
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need advise on a hotel

Hi there, my husband and I have never been to Las Vegas, and are planning on an adult only vacation in September.

I know nothing about Vegas.

I would like opinions on a hotel to stay at. We would like a hotel with NO club in it as I have heard that alot of them you can hear the bass until the wee hours of the morning. I have noticed that a lot of hotels do not have airconditioning in the rooms, is this true? I need airconditioning.

I appreciate everyones help in this.

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1. Re: need advise on a hotel

EVERY hotel in Las Vegas has A/C in the room as well as any indoor area.

I wouldnt limit your hotel choices to hotels without clubs as that will eliminate many great properties. Ive never once had an issue with club noise in a room and Ive made a couple hundred trips to Las Vegas. There mat be some rooms that are affected so just ask to be put in a room that wont be. If you are on the 30th floor of a hotel I guarantee you wont hear club noise.

Edited: 28 February 2013, 14:59
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2. Re: need advise on a hotel

A hotel without air conditioing? In Las Vegas? Never heard of that! Woul you mind telling us where you saw that info?

In the meantime, the best wayto get assistance here is to post the EXACT dates of your trip, and the budget, per night, in US Dollars.

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How much can you spend per night?

What are some things that you'd like to do in Vegas?

All hotels in Vegas have air conditioning.

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If you can give more info you will get more helpful replies. What is your budget? You can spend from $50 -$500 a night. Do you have specific dates in mind and does your stay include a weekend. A $75 Room during the week can easily become $250 over the weekend. I don't of any Vegas hotel that does not have air conditioning, not sure where you would have heard that. Some decent middle of the road places to consider are MGM, Mirage, Harrahs. But again if you can say more of what you are looking for you will get more helpful suggestions.

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5. Re: need advise on a hotel

Jennifer W - you said,

"I have noticed that a lot of hotels do not have airconditioning in the rooms, is this true? I need airconditioning."

Just curious, where in the world did you notice that?

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I have stayed at the MGM and Luxor and never had a problem

Milton
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We are staying September 20-23. So Friday/Saturday/Sunday. We are hoping to stay in the $200.00-$250.00/night range.

I noticed that a lot of hotels said Airconditioning in publc places, I guess I misread it.

We are going to do one show and the dune buggy in the desert, the rest will be walking and looking at all the hotels.

I have read a few complaints about the Encore at Wynn saying that the club noise reaches up to the 50th floor.

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"If you are on the 30th floor of a hotel I guarantee you wont hear club noise."

LOL Noise doesn't know it is supposed to stop on the 29th floor.

I can give you a pretty big list of hotels where the noise can be heard on EVERY FLOOR, no matter how high. Where your room is, in relation to the clubs is a lot more of a factor than how high it is. Not only that but some rooms get noise from clubs at other hotels.

Don't be afraid to ask here for advice on room location in a specific hotel. Sometimes it means giving up a view, but it is worth it to be able to sleep.

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Here is what I'd reccomend, some of these might be on the higher side of your budget.

- Cosmopolitan

- Venetian

- Mirage

- Paris

austin
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10. Re: need advise on a hotel

I will point out what made Vegas famous in the early years is luxury hotels with air conditioning. So you will have no problem with that at all in even the lower end hotels. I will also second I have never had an issue with a club noise, but the Vdara is my all time favorite place to stay ( no club, casino, or smoke) so you will also have less people making noise in the hallways late at night.