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hotels with executive floor

Casino, Australia
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hotels with executive floor

staying for 2 nights at beginning of Nov. would like something in Union Square. a hotel with executive floor. around 300 per night.

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1. Re: hotels with executive floor

You mean a club lounge ? The hyatts Marriott Intercontinental ritz some kimpton hotels should have it perhaps donatello nikko

You will have to check room rates and add 16 percent tax

2 nights gives you one full day and sf needs 3-4 full days to get a flavor so are you in town for a meeting?

Edited: 31 January 2014, 11:10
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2. Re: hotels with executive floor

thanks for that. no not a meeting, we are doing 9 nights vegas, then 9 nights on the road between vegas and SF, no plans with these nights yet, just want to be in a small country town for Halloween, then into SF and flying home on the 3rd November.

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Nine Nights in Vegas and 2 nights in SF. and 9 enroute I see. humm. Do you not want to see SF ? Are you sure you want to spend 9 in vegas ? We come across a lot of folks who want to include vegas in their plans and we see mainly see 5 nights and suggested they do 2-3 but 9 ? Really

I would suggest you also read the california forum top questions on what to do and see and there is one on the drive from LV to SF via DV and the Eastern Sierras and through the Amazing Yosemite NP which you should spend at least 2-3 full days.

Normally people spend one overnight between LV and YNP but perhaps you can expand that to more days --1-2 and then YNP and head over to Monterey for 1-2 days before spending time in SF.

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4. Re: hotels with executive floor

Parc 55 has a good Club Level.

http://www.parc55hotel.com/

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5. Re: hotels with executive floor

Yes, in San Francisco it is usually called "club level" rather than "executive level". The Nikko is another hotel near Union Square which has a club level.

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6. Re: hotels with executive floor

Stayed at the Intercontinental on Howard St. which was walking distance to Union Square. Their club level is good though I'm not sure if you can pay extra to access it if you aren't an Intercontinental member.

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7. Re: hotels with executive floor

Isn't Half Moon Bay the place to be around Halloween?

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I would re-think the nine nights in Las Vegas. There are some great shows and upscale shopping, but most people vist Las Vegas for the casino gambling. After a few days it gets to be a little too much! Don't get me wrong-Vegas is a great city, but unless you're planning lots of day trips or activities outside of Vegas (Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, etc.) I would recommend four nights tops. I love Las Vegas but wouldn't spend nine nights there. Plan more time in San Francisco!

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Many of us avoid Half Moon Bay during pumpkin season... It is too crowded... and traffic is beyond bad... It is a small sea side town on Hwy 1 (one lane each direction) and Hwy 92 (one lane each direction... It does have pumpkins... lots of pumpkins and a wonderful arts and crafts fair... and is being choked by its location and success.

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10. Re: hotels with executive floor

I spent Halloween in Sutter Creek (Gold Country) in 2012 and it was cute... kids in costumes on the main street, lots of decorations, very "small town". It looked like there was some sort of public event if we had wanted to attend. This would also be enroute between Las Vegas and San Francisco, especially if you come via Yosemite or Lake Tahoe, and is an area worth visiting. (Many of the small towns of the central valley would have nothing of interest to visitors to recommend them, other than being a small town.)