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Hi I'm a little confused about bed sizes in the US. which is bigger a king size or a queen size?

Thanks

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1. Re: Beds

King is bigger than queen.

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In the world we live in---fair or not---the King is always bigger than the Queen.

When it comes to Las Vegas hotel room, Kings is always a room with a single bed while a Queen room often has two beds.

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King

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In case you want a comparison to what you may have at home:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bed_size

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Thanks.

We are currently booked in a bella suite in the venetian which has two queen beds. This was booked as a free upgrade. However I am now wondering if the basic luxury suite with 1 king bed would be better for us.

We are a couple. I mistakenly thought a queen bed was bigger than a king but obviously not.

Are there any other advantages to the bella suite over the basic luxury king at the venetian other than the additional bed? If not, I may try and change this.

Thanks

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Think I have made an error then. I have accepted a free upgrade at the venetian from the luxury king suite with one king size bed to a bella suite with two queen size beds. As there is just my husband and I, I'm starting to thing this isn't what we want.

Does anyone know from experience if there are any other advantages to the bella suites other than the extra bed?

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King is larger than queen.

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>Does anyone know from experience if there are any other advantages to the bella suites other than the extra bed?

Not really. I believe they are in the Venezia tower (the one we stayed in was) which does have it's own small pool and is very convenient to Bouchon. However it's sort of off to the far south side of the complex so it can be a bit of a hike to the casino and other amenities.

Edited: 10 June 2014, 19:26
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There is always a difference between the rooms. Usually it is just furnishings. The King room has more space for other furnishings, while the room with 2 beds obviously loses space due to the 2nd bed. The King Bed rooms will usually have an extra lounging chair or love seat. Often the Queen bed room will have 1 nightstand in between the 2 beds, where the King room will have 1 nightstand on each side.

I'm afraid I can't tell you the differences at Venetian, as I've never stayed in a room with 2 beds there. But I can tell you that the King room there does have a nightstand on each side of the bed, although they don't have drawers, which IMO is a big minus.

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