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Old 09-29-2010, 09:40 AM   #121
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Sounds fun. Might check that out when I go in Jan.
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Looks like we may be staying at the Hooters hotel now. Thoughts? Keep in mind we won't be spending much time there.
Good Gravy!!!! No way on Hooters.
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Old 09-29-2010, 11:28 AM   #124
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Check rates at Planet Hollywood. They are usually around $140 per night on the weekends.
Stayed at the Planet once...He-Man movie themed room...no joke.

...and no, I did not pick it out.

Let's just say the Planet makes Surfer Rick's Paris story seem not too bad by comparo.
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Stayed at the Planet once...He-Man movie themed room...no joke.

...and no, I did not pick it out.

Let's just say the Planet makes Surfer Rick's Paris story seem not too bad by comparo.
I have not stayed there since it was the Alladin, and then it was a decent place for not a ton of cash in a good location. I have only been in the casino since it changed to PH, so you have better info than I.
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I have not stayed there since it was the Alladin, and then it was a decent place for not a ton of cash in a good location. I have only been in the casino since it changed to PH, so you have better info than I.
It was better when it was Alladin....you are correct, sir.
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Meh. Alladin had a decent buffet, nothing special. I'm with Jeff all the way. Venetian, palazzo, wynn, encore or bust. Shit ur in Vegas baby, might as well enjoy ur digs.
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What would you guys say is the best buffet in Vegas? Went to Bellagio a bunch of times... Pretty damn good for a buffet, Caesars is nothing special, my friend went to the buffet at Aria and she said it was 10 times better than Bellagio's.

Just wondering for the next time I'm down there...
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^^ Not a buffet kind of guy.....with all the fantastic restaurants in Vegas, why go to a buffet? There are too many awesome restaurants to waste time on buffets.....IMHO
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And i went to the bellagio buffet.
If it wasn't for the fact I was with some friends, I would've just gotten up and left. That food was terrible and a fat waste of money.
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What would you guys say is the best buffet in Vegas? Went to Bellagio a bunch of times... Pretty damn good for a buffet, Caesars is nothing special, my friend went to the buffet at Aria and she said it was 10 times better than Bellagio's.

Just wondering for the next time I'm down there...


If you are looking for a high-end one, go with Wynn. If you are looking for variety, drive over to the Rio.
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Make reservations for dinner at Carne Vino. Ribeye for two carved table side.
While nice, the Palazzo casino is a bit 'sterile' so I usually play at the Venetian (a short indoor walk). Palazzo shops are nice (Andrew's Ties ) but the Venetian shops are great.If you want to get into the venetian shops, either take the escalator up near the waterfall or (hidden gem) take the escalator up just past the ticket office for Blue Man (to the right facing the ticket windows). This second one puts you in the little courtyard of the Canal Shops with the three or four restaurants, right in the middle of the shops. Taxi driver shift change is at 4:30, so don't try to get a cab then. Check out The sports book in Palazzo (go all the way in to the stadium seating). Impressive to say the least. The pool is nice, but pretty standard. You should be able to use the Venetian pool too if you want. Lower rooms that face the strip will have a good view of the TI pirate show. After 6 or seven runs of it, it get's old though, but if you aren't stuffed into your room working like I often am, this shouldn't be an issue for you.
Thanks, have you hear anything or been to Bouchon? I believe it's in the Venetian. We made reservations for all of the business partners and their wives at Bouchon. Table for 27 please?
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I went to the buffet at Aria, and at Bellagio.... yeah, Bellagio is good, but I think Aria's ranks up there among my favorites. I'm not even a huge fan of crab legs or lobster, but they make it so easy that I really liked eating them both, and they tasted good too. And the desserts were fucking amazing.

The only bad thing is that every once in a while, if you sit still you may notice the restaurant moving.... that's because the buffet sits above the CityCenter tram or whatever. Very faint, but I wasn't the only one who noticed it.
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If you are looking for a high-end one, go with Wynn. If you are looking for variety, drive over to the Rio.
You gotta go for late lunch and then keep eating when they start bringing out the dinner items. That way you get more bang for your buck.
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Thanks, have you hear anything or been to Bouchon? I believe it's in the Venetian. We made reservations for all of the business partners and their wives at Bouchon. Table for 27 please?
You know, I have never been... Let me know how it is.

Truthfully, I have never stayed in the Venezia tower. Only Venetian tower and Palazzo.

If you enjoy it, be sure to let me know. Boulud at the Wynn was my favorite French place in LV, but Wynn closed it...
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now i want some good food

and maybe a buffet, but probably not.
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Looks like we may be staying at the Hooters hotel now. Thoughts? Keep in mind we won't be spending much time there.


Hooters wouldn't be on the top of my list.

Where do you plan on spending most of your time?

Somewhere more centrally located (and actually on the Strip) might make more sense, especially once you think about taxi or valet prices vs being able to walk.

I just checked Kayak and Caesars is a little over $100 a night. Would definitely stay there over Hooters if given the option.
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FYI: Let me know if you want to use the Friends and Family rate. I gotta give them my players card number to get the rate.

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if you have anything that would work jan 7th-9th lemme know.

otherwise i think i might just stay at caesars again.
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Thanks, have you hear anything or been to Bouchon? I believe it's in the Venetian. We made reservations for all of the business partners and their wives at Bouchon. Table for 27 please?
I usually stay at the Venetian, and we always hit up Bouchon for brunch. Great food, and they have the absolute best bloody mary I've ever had. I highly recommend the chicken & waffles.
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well i guess i dont need to bump gatrhumpers leventy billionth vegas thread since i guess this is the new one

still on the fence on going in jan. my friend is not even sure if hes going to go.

if i do go, thinking of caesars or maybe mandalay bay.

any other suggestions, on good but not so damn cheap places.

never again staying at the sahara
all i remember is black water over flowing out of the drain of the sink

and no to stratosphere, to way out away from the main strip area.
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Miz, I will get you pricing for Mirage. Weekend or weekdays?

Also, I will probably be there again in November for G2E if anyone else will be in town.
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its a weekend.

jan 7-9th..

id love to stay at the palms or hard rock hotel..

but those are too money for me...
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Stay at THEhotel @ Mandalay bay 2 weeks ago. The hotel and Mandalay casino had the worst customer service I ever experienced. It seem like everyone hated their job and was down right rude. We had a conference there with over 6,000 people and everyone I spoke to said the same thing. I would advise to stay somewhere else.
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Stay at THEhotel @ Mandalay bay 2 weeks ago. The hotel and Mandalay casino had the worst customer service I ever experienced. It seem like everyone hated their job and was down right rude. We had a conference there with over 6,000 people and everyone I spoke to said the same thing. I would advise to stay somewhere else.
I was at MB last week and had the same experience.
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Miz, I will get you pricing for Mirage. Weekend or weekdays?

Also, I will probably be there again in November for G2E if anyone else will be in town.
whats G2E??
some kind of therapy seminar type sessions about being scared of bugs?
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its a weekend.

jan 7-9th..

id love to stay at the palms or hard rock hotel..

but those are too money for me...
Uh... You are looking for a cheap room during CES?

Serious?

Not going to happen on strip. fuggedaboutit.
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some kind of therapy seminar type sessions about being scared of bugs?
http://www.globalgamingexpo.com/

It's the gaming industry convention.

Imagine casinos and gaming vendors throwing themselves a convention!
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South to North..


Mandalay Bay, aquarium

Excalibur, joust match (hazaa, eff that personally...)

Luxor, ride the elevator

Hawaiian marketplace (strip just south of Harmon, east side of LVB)

City Center, brand new, shopping new casinos, etc.

MGM, lions eating tourists, staff, etc.

(Now you are at Tropicana Blvd and the fun really starts...)
Palms (off strip) Playboy Club. Like you need an explanation...

Hard Rock (off strip other direction from Palms) - cool collection of Rock stuff. Lots of good looking girls.

NYNY, roller coaster

Planet Hollywood - No redeeming qualities...Nothing to see, move along. OK, a shit ton of stores you already have at your local mall at home. Like I said.

Paris - Eifel Tower. Yay. Nice view of Bellagio fountains.

Bellagio - Fountains. Go into the lobby (check in area) and look up. Also, keep walking in (straight) and go into the season theme area. Pretty cool. Some good food. The bar/casino has a lot of female women who do stuff for money around 2AM. I am just saying...

Caesars - Food, shops, statues. Go here.

Imperial Palace - DO NOT go here. unless you are on the other team. Then definitely go here.

Mirage - Good place. Watch the volcano erupt. Yay. Good casino, decent food, crappy lobby bar. The really good looking black girl at the bar... She's not a girl. Check out the fish tank at the checkin counter and the hidden gardens in the back of the property (not to be confused with Olympic Gardens, getting there...)

Venetian/Palazzo - (my favorite) - Great food, good gambling, gondola ride, shopping, people. Eat at Carne Vino in Palazzo (a little hidden). Best steak I have EVER had. Get the ribeye for two. Ask Kirk for a wine recommendation. Sit near the bull if you can.

Treasure Island - under no circumstances should you gamble here. Watch the effing pirate show (hourly).

Wynn/Encore - go here and look around. Great food, good gambling. If you like French food, Try Daniel Baloud ( I am messing up the spelling).

Stratosphere - Ride the roller coaster. Don't get mugged.

Old Downtown - Really fun, especially if you want to play all day and not dump a load of dough. Some of the themed dealers at Binions, etc. can't count, so I recommend blackjack. I think they think the game is played to 23. Woot. Check out the light show on the ceiling every (half?) hour.

Strip clubs:
Spearmint Rhino - top notch
Olympic Gardens - Excellent
Saphires - Haven't been since it opened. Giant. The place, not the girls. Well maybe, if you are into that...



What did I miss?
Oh, at 5AM head to Drais. Just ask around.

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Uh... You are looking for a cheap room during CES?

Serious?

Not going to happen on strip. fuggedaboutit.
well its still early, but yea, last time i waited until like dec. got stuck with stratosphere, screw that place.
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Mirage for $400 total for both nights:

https://reservations.mgmmirage.com/b...rty%20Promo%2B


Bellagio is $720 for both nights:

https://reservations.mgmmirage.com/b...rty%20Promo%2B
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You may find that by calling around some of the hotels have a special CES rate, but generally only the "host hotels" of which there may be two or three...


Found the listing and they have CES rates listed, too:

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whats funny is this year, i didnt even goto CES, i went to something else instead

i would like to go, since i got a buddy that can get me in.
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Yup, but I don't think you get discount room rates for the convention...
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Mirage for $400 total for both nights:

https://reservations.mgmmirage.com/b...rty%20Promo%2B


Bellagio is $720 for both nights:

https://reservations.mgmmirage.com/b...rty%20Promo%2B
the mirage doesnt seem so bad.

but if im going by myself at the bellagio..
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Looks like you could do Bellagio for around $500 with the CES rates.
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whats funny was when i went i met this hot blonde chick in the casino in caesars, pretty chill, but she wanted like $300 bux just to hang out with me for an hour.

wtf is that shit, i just have bad luck
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Ummmm....

"just hang out" meant something different involving your tab A and her slot B.


Swing and a miss!

Sorry Buddy. Also, you could have probably gotten her down to less $$ depending on what you wanted done to your tab A. Just saying. I heard. From a friend. On the internet.
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