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Coffee Makers

I've been noticeing that more and more people are saying that there are no coffee makers in the rooms anymore. Are there any hotels that still supply them?

Bob

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Bob,

we dont drink coffee i want to say when we stayed at at fitz(club 21) and suncoast had them

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I really enjoy coffee in the morning as well, but when im in vegas I always end up having a beer instead, cant pass up free booze.

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beer for breakfast

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I think it has become a safety issue. Ever left the coffeemaker on and left for work? It's a sure meltdown. I think I feel more secure in these huge hotels knowing that there isn't a coffeemaker in every room. And I really need my coffee in the morning.

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I think it's an issue too of them wanting you to leave your room as much as possible.

I know my hubby takes the elevator every morning to get coffee and always puts a few bucks in his favorite dollar machine on the way back. ;)

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vegasluvr is correct - we would like to see you out and about rather than stuck away in your room drinking coffee.

Your best bet on finding an in-room coffee maker would be to check you national chains (B/W, Holiday Inn, etc) - they have national requirements to provide such amentities.

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Bob,

I believe the Orleans is your chosen home away from home, they don't have coffee makers. Coffee shop will fill a thermos for you if you want to have a cup in the morning. They do charge for this. I called around a few places, Boardwalk was the only one that had them automatically. Some hotels (Venetian) will provide them at a cost. I was quoted $20 for the average stay. I believe WalGreens has them for $9.99 or so. There is one down the street from the Orleans.

Joe

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I am not sure why coffee makers would be a safety issue only in hotels in Vegas. The trend around the country is more and more hotels include coffee makers in the rooms, everywhere but Vegas.

The casinos just like people walking thru or drinking their coffee as they play.

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I always pack my 4 cup perculator, nice mugs, pre-measured coffee filters and creamer. There is nothing like plugging it in, taking a shower, and entering the room to the smell of fresh perked coffee and drinking it in bed. Sure beats trudging through the casino to find that first cup of morning coffee.