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2 bedroom suites

Discussion in 'Hotels' started by wonka, Dec 29, 2017.

  1. wonka

    wonka Bronze

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    Hello everyone,

    I have a bachelor party to attend in June. we have about 6 of us and looking to book a 2 bedroom room/suite for about 3 nights.

    doing my research right now, and i can see the Cosmo/Mirage (3 options)/MGM available.

    Hopefully this community can help with any other suggestions?
    backstory, i have stayed at the marquee suite at MGM for my own bachelor party and it was fun, just seeing if anyone else has any other suggestions?

    also, if you have a host i can contact to book, feel free to PM me.

    thank you in advance
     
  2. UKFanatic

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    Well, without any mention of requirements or price (other than a two bedroom layout), I would also consider a two bedroom skysuite at Aria, a two bedroom Skyloft at MGM (very big upgrade over the Marquee suite), or a two bedroom suite at the Wynn tower resort. All are fantastic rooms and are spacious enough to have a good party
     
  3. Jimbo4fun

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    Planet Hollywood has suites (apex, boulevard, panama) with a separate bedroom that have a connecting standard room option.
     
  4. scottndindy

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    A lot of the 2 bedroom suites will be a 1 bedroom suite with king bed with a connected room with 2 queen beds.

    Cost wise it is generally much more cost effective to get 2 connecting regular rooms rather than the suite.

    I’ve done a 2 bedroom at Mirage and was really happy with the room.
     
  5. jyen

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    Just checked my mlife offer today and saw a 2 bedrooms suite at Mandalay bay. Never stayed there before so can't comment. Just another option for you
     
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    I will be staying at The Mirage in a 2 bedroom Tower Suite for two days middle of Jan. Will post a trip report so you can see.
     
  7. Goldenknight

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    They're nice. Two separate rooms at each end of the room, with a large common area in the middle that's good for entertaining
     
  8. wonka

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    thanks for the responses everyone!

    UK fanatic: the skylofts i checked out but a bit pricey for everyone involved, we are looking for more of the standard suites (in line with the marquee one)

    Mirage is high on the list due to the location as it is close by to other casinos and restaurants (not a huge fan of the MGM eats)
     
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  9. Jchi91791

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    You might also want to look into Palazzo. I believe they have a Sienna Suite with 2 Queen Beds now and you should be able to connect the Sienna to a King Suite and/or a Queen Suite. I believe you can connect 2 queens to the Lago Suite, too. The Sienna and Largo are more like small apartments without kitchen so it will offer you space to hang out but also separate bedroom areas. I think the new MB suites are nice but I have never stayed in one. Depend on your dates, The Bellagio Penthouse Suite might also be a good option. I know for sure it can be connected to a another king room but not sure about 2 queens.
     
  10. Packeral

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    We did the Mirage Hospitality Suite. One king and two queens. Fridge with ice maker big table and sectional. Might work well for you. Great location.
     
  11. terrybenedict

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    In the last year I’ve done the two bedroom hospitality suite with pool table and Vista suite with connecting room at Mandalay. Both are reasonably priced. Mirage Hospitality suites are right off of the elevator which is a big plus in my book!
     
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    You had a Pool Table at MB? Were you in a Penthouse Suite like the Coral Suite? I didnt think any of the X2 or X3 suites had anything extra like pool tables.
     
  13. wonka

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    Thanks, i think we are leaning towards the mirage ones. location is a big factor as we have a couple of vegas virgins coming. with some of the comments hospitality suite sounds great as it is close to the elevator ... last time at the marquee suite at MGM it was down at the end of the hallway.. tough walk after a day/night of drinking.
     
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