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Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 10:39 pm

Me and the wife are looking at a visit to Vegas. Which hotel would you recommend - the wife likes quality and is keen on the Bellagio!
 
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 10:42 pm

pick a hotel in the middle of the strip, this is a mistake we made when staying in Las Vegas. We stayed at the Luxor, at the end of the strip. The strip is that long, that by the time you walk about halfway along you are nackered, and need to bus it back.

However, if you stay in the middle of the strip then you can walk up one end one day, then the next day walk up the other way. That way you can see it all without needing to resort to busses to get around!
 
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 10:43 pm

Ah the Bellagio is the one with the mad fountain If I remember rightly. Its a good one, really nice inside and is also nice and central for the Strip

We stayed in the Rio which is a fair way off the strip but shuttle buses run you across to the other Harrahs group hotels. Mind you we had American friends arrange a freebie room there for us, so we weren't in the position of choosing  Smile
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 10:53 pm

I stayed in the Luxor - pretty cool, but I would go for the Bellagio or the Mandalay Bay if I were you!
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:00 pm

Of course the Venetian is the really OTT one - completely surreal (especially if you've been to the real Venice) with canals, gondalas, fake sky, etc, etc.

Completely mad.....
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:12 pm

Don't go to Las Vegas: it's so tacky and cheesy! I would only go to Las Vegas for the aircraft.

I hate it when people shorten its name to 'Vegas.'  mad 
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:17 pm

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 5):
Don't go to Las Vegas: it's so tacky and cheesy!

Actually when I was a "serious" student (no dig here honest!) I wouldn't have dreamed of going to a place like Vegas. my other half and I went there with Californian friends (we drove from LA) between Xmas and New Year and it was an absolute blast. You completely have to leave your sensible hat behind. And everyone should go there at least once. If not for Vegas then for doing helicopter flights from there over the Grand Canyon - awesome !
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:17 pm

I really don't wish to be picky, but I must make this wee point:

Quoting LBA (Thread starter):
Which hotel would you recommend - the wife likes quality

People often say this. If she liked quality, why would she go to LAS? It's just like Orion737 saying he really likes good stuff yet he flies charter airlines and goes on package holidays.  Silly

Anyway, if you wanna go - GO!  Big grin Have a good trip.  Smile
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:23 pm

Pe@rson - thought I should point out a major perk of VEGAS that might make you think a little differently.....

If you are gambling anywhere - even putting mere cents into a slot machine, you get ALL your drinks for free. Surely that's got to be a winner for a drunken wreck of a student Big grin
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:24 pm

Quoting LBA (Thread starter):
Me and the wife are looking at a visit to Vegas

Going to Vegas to Rock the Casbah eh  Wink  Silly
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:27 pm

Nah, don't do gambling - well, except for those quiz machines sometimes in pubs. Certainly wouldn't put more than a couple of quid in.
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:29 pm

Quoting Cornish (Reply 8):
If you are gambling anywhere - even putting mere cents into a slot machine, you get ALL your drinks for free.

The question is: when the drinks start coming, how many people decide to quit gambling? Few, I reckon! So in the long-run you probably spend more (in gambling) than if you purchased all your drinks!
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:30 pm

Vegas is hilarious. As Cornish says, it is definitely worth going once to soak up the comedic atmosphere. Only for a few days, mind you.
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:49 pm

Pe@rson, you're totally wrong and way too arrogant, what's wrong with you? Are you just a bit mad because FR don't have the range to make 'Vegas'?

Vegas is a great place, no questioning it. It's a great base to visit the Hoover Dam, the Grand Canyon and it's an amazing place in itself.

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 5):
I would only go to Las Vegas for the aircraft.

Oh dear, you sad, sad mofo. Please get a life and one that doesn't include FR.
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:50 pm

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 11):
The question is: when the drinks start coming, how many people decide to quit gambling? Few, I reckon! So in the long-run you probably spend more (in gambling) than if you purchased all your drinks!

No you can literally gamble on like one cent slot machines or something that ridiculous and still keep drinking -an absolute bargain if all you want to do is drink.

However as a budding James Bond (see other thread) I naturally was able to win on the tables thanks to my X-ray sun glasses Big grin
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:54 pm

viz james Bond, I was a little disappointed at the actual casinos there: I expected a lot of lovelies like Plenty O'Toole in evening gown and sophisticated russian emigre villains to be there but it was virtually entirely 35-stone Midwestern women in tracksuits.
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Thu Mar 31, 2005 11:56 pm

Oh and did I forget to mention the buffets you get in the hotels - such as the sea food buffet that seems to stretch for about a mile in the Rio - yum yum !

Quoting BA380 (Reply 15):
I expected a lot of lovelies like Plenty O'Toole in evening gown and sophisticated russian emigre villains to be there but it was virtually entirely 35-stone Midwestern women in tracksuits.

Yes and don't they give you the dirtiest looks if you start laughing or taking anything slighlty less than absolutely seriously Big grin
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:00 am

Pearson,

I find it quite amazing how you can dissuade someone from going to Las Vegas! The place is absolutely fantastic! Even if you don't want to gamble there is plenty of entertainment there, even for a penis like yourself....

As for LAS - I'll have to come clean on the 20 minutes that I spent there, It was a total waste of time...

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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:00 am

If it's quality that you want, go stay at the Mandalay Bay. In a word - absolutely amazing!

Personally, I prefer the Luxor. Last time I was there was back in April 2002, but I couldn't have asked for more. Airport view, very spacious rooms, huge pool out back, enough slot machines to keep any gambling addict occupied.... Oh, and of course, an endless supply of cute honeys to satisfy the eye  bigthumbsup 

Wherever you decide to stay, try and get over to the Luxor for the 'all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast' (if they're still doing it, of course). You won't wanna eat all day after that!  eyepopping 

Have fun!

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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:06 am

LOL. My girlfriend and I are into backpacking in poor/very poor countries. Before she got into this (I have been into it for ages), she did visit LAS but says it was her worst place in the USA - followed closely by LAX and NYC (her favourite city was ORD). As we like pretty much the same stuff, I would also probably not like it. However, I would visit to judge for myself.
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:12 am

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 19):
My girlfriend and I are into backpacking in poor/very poor countries

So that's why you live in Wales, everyday is a holiday.
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:12 am

Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 19):
LOL. My girlfriend and I are into backpacking in poor/very poor countries. Before she got into this (I have been into it for ages), she did visit LAS but says it was her worst place in the USA - followed closely by LAX and NYC (her favourite city was ORD). As we like pretty much the same stuff, I would also probably not like it. However, I would visit to judge for myself.

Yes but this is the srange thing - when I was a student, I (and many of my friends) would go for arty-farty cultural destinations or do the back packing thing in obscure places. But when you have grown up (ironically  Smile ) suddenly Vegas becomes a fantastic place, as does LA, as does NYC - to which I'm off to in June to celebrate my other half's birthday with a group of friends. Perfect place to do it.

Odd isn't it, how you grow up and go to far more silly places than you would when you were younger.
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 12:23 am

the luxor is miles from anywhere, but its really cool. also, the rooms are miles away from the door, takes a goo while to get to the rooms!
 
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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 1:42 am

Hi,

I stayed at the Bellagio last week !! Its fantastic, highly recommend it. The Venetian is of comparable quality but its a huge place, the Bellagio is alot smaller and it feels more comfy and private. We had a Bellagio Suite on the 29th floor, unrestricted views of LAS  cloudnine  . The room was huge, electric blinds, 3 bathrooms and a doorbell lol.

Good selection of food, but don't be shied away from ever ordering room service, its actually quite nice especially when they come make up a proper table, flowers etc.

It's a really nice place to stay, definitely somewhere when you get home you'll enjoy saying "I stayed at the Bellagio".

Anyhoo, wherever you stay have a nice trip !!

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RE: Vegas Hotels

Fri Apr 01, 2005 1:55 am

My recommendations:

  • The Bellagio

  • The Mirage

  • Monte Carlo

  • Treasure Island (yes, seriously - it's not a kiddie joint anymore!)

  • Caesar's Palace


  • And if you're looking for a nice, less-expensive place that's in the middle of all the great stuff, try The Flamingo.

    Have a great trip!
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 2:05 am

    Quoting FLVILLA (Reply 23):
    29th floor, unrestricted views of LAS

    How close were the aircraft?

    How much did you pay per night?

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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 2:26 am

    Quoting Pe@rson (Reply 25):
    How close were the aircraft?

    If that's what your interested, then book at the Mandalay Bay and ask for an Airport facing room. It's the closest hotel to the busiest two runways typically used for departures. Just don't expect to take pictures from your room, while you'll be really close to the departures from the 25's, the tint that gives the building its shiny gold look also works from the inside out!

    I had made the mistake of going there last March (2004), yep, the first weekend of the NCAA tourney, and as a result, there were no rooms on the strip available that Saturday under $400. Stayed right on the other side of the interstate behind the M'Bay at a Fairfield in by Marriott, on South Paradise and it was a really nice room, but the best part of it was it's small pool was the perfect place to sit and relax with a few cold one's and watch the departing traffic taking off of the 25's. It went all night!!
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 3:10 am

    Quoting LBA (Thread starter):
    Me and the wife are looking at a visit to Vegas. Which hotel would you recommend - the wife likes quality and is keen on the Bellagio!

    If that's where you want to stay and that's what you want to pay then by all means, knock yourself out. My friend and I went last week on a near last minute deal to the Westward Ho, which an absolute hoot. We loved it. It's an old hotel but the rooms are nice but completely frillless. You get nice walls, a clean modern bathroom, huge mirrors, dressers, beds, and ample storage space. From rear of the property to the strip it's a 3 minute walk. It's free drinks (even when not gambling), free lunch, half off the dinner menu (great prime rib), and $1 breakfast which was just as nice. The payout odds at the casinos on the north side of the strip are much better and it showed.

    We walked the entire strip and I have to put my vote out for Caesar's Palace as a place I'd stay if I wanted to go further down the strip.
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 3:28 am

    well i essentially grew up with vegas. my parents would go and still go every two months or so. after all this time, i still have to say caesars is the best place to stay we have stayed there so many times, and actually last weekend we were in a room on one of the penthouse floors (top two floors of the towers) which have some of the largest bathrooms i've ever seen! all the new tower rooms are gorgeous though having stayed in a few of them. but honestly, all the hotels on the strip are very well appointed, clean, and spacious that you would have a problem going wrong. they all have to compete with one another so quality is quite high.

    vegas is a tacky town, but thats part of the fun! where else in the world can you enjoy a buffet with all you can eat crab, shrimp and prime rib for only $20?!?!

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    Fri Apr 01, 2005 3:38 am

    The only time I've been there was when I was 12 and Vegas was advertising for families and that is who I went with, I stayed at the MGM grand and really liked it but the hotel is really big, however I still recommend it.
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 7:50 am

    LAS is on the east side and adjacent to the southern end of The Strip. The Tropicana, Luxor and Mandalay Bay are practically on top of the airport.

    The Bellagio is on the site of the former Dunes Hotel, and is located almost center strip, on a very busy corner. Caesars Palace, Bally's, Paris and Monte Carlo are next door.

    I miss the good ole days when the mob ran most of the city. Casinos were dark, plush, sophisticated, smoky with gents in tuxes and ladies in gowns. With the arrival of corporate America, it has turned itself into a family attraction. The casinos are bright and flashy, almost every hotel has a roller coaster, food of all kinds is plentiful, and in most cases, cheap! Don't forget to spend an evening downtown at the Freemont Street Experience, a great laser presentation,have a shrimp cocktail (at only 99cents, have 3 or 4) at the Golden Gate, and the steak and lobster special (only $10.95) at the Horseshoe.

    Hoover Dam/Lake Mead is a must see. If you have the time, Red Rock Canyon is within an hour from The Strip. Mt Charleston is about an hour away and a very popular escape for Las Vegas residents (yes, even snow skiing). You can hike to the top of the mountain for some spectacular views, then enjoy a nice meal on the outdoor balcony of The Lodge. For the more adventurous, there are the whorehouses of Nye County, the helicopter tour of Grand Canyon, Death Valley, and of course, Area 51.

    It's important to remember that Las Vegas is more an "attitude" than a place. It's tacky and trashy. It's glamour and glitz. Everyone should (and usually do) visit it at least once! If you visit with an open mind, an anything goes attitude, you will have a very enjoyable, and hopefully profitable, time. Just don't take it too seriously.

    This site http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LasVegasSpotters/ is still in the process of being built, but looks like it will be a very nice one.

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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 8:26 am

    Quoting FLVILLA (Reply 23):
    We had a Bellagio Suite on the 29th floor, unrestricted views of LAS

    I'm not sure you could even see much of LAS, let alone have an unrestricted view... The buildings of MGM Grand and Aladdin might have a bit to say about that unrestricted view. Bellagio is nowhere near as close as the hotels on the south side of the strip either.

    I've stayed on the 28 and 33rd floors at Mandalay bay and they had terrific airport views, you could pretty much see all the operations going on quite well. Another great thing to do is sit by the pool at MB and watch WN 737's shoot out over the palms all day!
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 8:27 am

    Caesar's is a fantastic place to stay, same with the Golden Nugget.
     
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 8:56 am

    I would recommend The Venetian. Especially the newer Venezia tower. Really opulent rooms (esp. the bathroom). Have never stayed at the Bellagio but I beleive it is more classy.

    As said by many above, I think you need to go to Vegas and just soak in the "over-the-top" nature of the city. Vegas doesnt take itself seriously... neither should you. It's like a really large amusement park/carnival/party all rolled into one!!

    The last time I was there I got to visit the famed Pure nightclub... very surreal experience. We were at this terrace on the Caesar's Palace with fantastic views up and down the Strip. Not to mention some extremely hot women all over the place.... Too bad I was pretty damned trashed by then to really take it all in!

    The city itself is best left for night-time exploration. There is a lot to do elsewhere in the day time.

    Hope you enjoy yourselves.......
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 9:43 am

    Quoting BA380 (Reply 15):
    entirely 35-stone Midwestern women in tracksuits.

    Ha! That's awesome, and so so true. But wait until well after midnight and go to a high-class hotel, and you'll see the most incredible collection of high-dollar prostitutes. It's jaw-dropping.

    I hear there's a Thursday or Friday night flight from Burbank or LA that the flight crews have nicknamed the "Hooker Express" for obvious reasons ...
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 9:46 am

    Quoting Jc2354 (Reply 30):
    It's important to remember that Las Vegas is more an "attitude" than a place. It's tacky and trashy. It's glamour and glitz. Everyone should (and usually do) visit it at least once! If you visit with an open mind, an anything goes attitude, you will have a very enjoyable, and hopefully profitable, time. Just don't take it too seriously

    You got that right... when I was there last September, three hot chicks leaving the "Rum Jungle" got on the Elevator with me at the M'Bay headed for the parking garage, all early to mid 20's... the cutest one had on a fish net shirt, and of course no bra!!    Luckily, my wife wasn't any where close, so I could enjoy the view without being slapped!!! Well, to tell the truth, when I got back to the room and told her about it, I got slapped anyway!!
    Now, anyone up for some elevator spotting in Vegas

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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 10:11 am

    Quoting GuitrThree (Reply 35):
    Now, anyone up for some elevator spotting in Vegas

    Was on the elevator at Mandalay Bay with RICKY MARTIN. I did not live that down in middle school...
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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Fri Apr 01, 2005 10:14 am

    Quoting JpetekYXMD80 (Reply 36):
    Was on the elevator at Mandalay Bay with RICKY MARTIN. I did not live that down in middle school...

    I remember I was in the Mandalay Bay elevator with three drunk girls once. One was pretty hot, until she almost threw up on me. Not cool.

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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Sat Apr 02, 2005 4:48 am

    It really doesn't matter where to stay in Vegas. Charm and Luxury are everywhere there.
    I would advise you to stay either at Paris (where the best buffet in Vegas) or at the Bellagio. Both are in the middle of the strip.

    Following are some photos of my last trip there:

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    These are real 1 000 000 $ inside Paris:



    Paris and the bally's:


    Paris and Aladdin:


    The Bellagio:





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    RE: Vegas Hotels

    Sat Apr 02, 2005 4:50 am

    Caesars Palace




    The Venetian
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