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August 17th, 2021 at 8:22:34 PM permalink
Circa

Keep in mind again - pool side (above stadium swim), noisy as heck along the lines of say, the old Hard Rock Vegas, poolside when "Rehab" was in session - and this is no matter how high up you are in floors.

We prefer the back side, much quieter.

Standard rooms at Circa are 439 sq. ft, although they do have some larger deluxe rooms.


Circa end suite, 980 sq. ft.

Closet space somewhat minimal. No bathtub, shower only.






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August 17th, 2021 at 8:25:04 PM permalink
Circa's elevators take you directly to where you want to go, usually nonstop. It's like your own private elevator sent to transport you quickly. Rare that anyone else gets on during the ride.

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August 19th, 2021 at 10:41:48 AM permalink
Not sure of the necessity of picturing all those bottles destroying the image of the loo!
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August 22nd, 2021 at 8:57:04 AM permalink
We really like the Palms and look forward to its reopening.

The standard rooms, are around 460 sq. feet in the Fantasy Tower.

Fantasy Salon Suite (650 sq. ft.)






Fantasy Grand Suite (1000 sq. ft.)








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August 22nd, 2021 at 9:11:23 AM permalink
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August 31st, 2021 at 9:59:13 AM permalink
Venetian

Here are some pics of a regular room at Venetian, which these Venetian rooms at 650 sq. feet not bad at all and, as I mentioned above, one of the best standard rooms in Vegas. Really love the separated step down floor plan from bedroom to living room area.




Below, is the Executive King Suite (formerly known as Renaissance Suites). I have been staying in these suites since Venetian opened. There are two versions: one has an entertainment center, the other a wet sauna and exercise room with a treadmill. We prefer the latter, known as Executive Wellness Suite, especially since Venetian disconnected the steam in all of their steam showers some years ago. Also, right now with the Pandemic still raging public saunas and steams are remaining closed at many of the resorts, such that having your own sauna in a suite really means a lot.

1850 sq. ft. - 1 bedroom, 6 chair round dining table, 1 full bath plus 2 half baths, sauna and exercise room






















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September 11th, 2021 at 9:43:04 PM permalink
Resorts World

Weíve stayed in three different suites at Resorts World so far.

Standard rooms at the Hilton are 400 sq. ft., Conrad and Crockfordís both 550 sq. ft.

Hilton Entertainment suite, 1250 sq. ft.


















Crockfordís 1 Bedroom suite, 1150 sq. ft.






















Crockfordís Entertainment suite, 1600 sq. ft.






















Weíve stayed extended periods in both the Hilton and the Crockfordís Entertainment suites. Both are nice, although obviously the Crockfordís one is superior.

And again - for peace and quiet, take the back side facing Circus Circus to avoid the day and night noise from the Ayu and Zouk nightclubs.
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September 12th, 2021 at 10:49:05 AM permalink
These toilets (water closets for those across the pond) are pretty cool.




Walk up to it and it opens automatically (similar to the toilets in some of the casino bunkers/suites at T Mobile stadium). After you're done, it flushes automatically.

However, additionally these toilets keep the seat warm for you at all times, and wash a person's front or back side with a press of a button. I understand that during the pandemic bidets started becoming popular even in the U.S. due to the scarcity of toilet paper.

However, the downside of such an advanced toilet is that it must run always to keep the seat and water hot, which burns energy continuously, and makes a bit of noise at all times. Energy usage aside, you'd want it only in a house where the toilet is far enough away from the bed to not be a nighttime noise issue - in a good sized master bedroom for example.

I've seen toilets like these installed in some office buildings in Beverly Hills, but with the bidet functionality disabled.

We were thinking of installing a few with all functions enabled in our home but that constant energy usage doesn't seem environmentally friendly (somewhat defeats the purpose of eliminating paper waste) and then the bit of noise might be an issue in some of our bedrooms.
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September 12th, 2021 at 4:09:49 PM permalink
For best standard room AND quietest Iíd go with Delano.

Definitely an underrated gem.
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September 12th, 2021 at 11:22:14 PM permalink
I stayed at one of the non-gaming towers of Mandalay Bay during that period when I was not gambling, in a one bedroom suite, with a girlfriend. Very nice, at a very reasonable price. This was a while back and as I recall it was called The Hotel. She definitely liked it. "Good choice!"

But yes, if you want to stay in a nice suite, no gaming pressure, at a reasonable price, I do believe The Hotel / Delano would fit the bill.
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