Heading to Vegas in July

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Posted: 6/21/2010 10:08:47 AM
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Stay at The Mirage

Great prices, great location, Bare Pool, markets towards a younger demographic.   


Mirage!!!
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Posted: 6/21/2010 2:17:42 PM
This is one advantage to staying at Caesars (or any Harrah's property)....you can cash your bet tickets at any property regardless of where you made your bet. You cannot do that with any of the MGM properties.
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Posted: 6/21/2010 7:02:06 PM
I hate the line to cash ur chips at Caesars, they have like one or two cashiers and a long line of people.

A little secret, u can cash ur gaming chips at Caesars in the poker room just to the left of Club Pure!!!

Revenge, trust me, u will be the happiest at the Mirage!!!
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Posted: 6/21/2010 7:56:05 PM
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Originally Posted by revengeissweet1:

What's the lowdown on the Las Vegas Hilton?

Revenge, the Hilton is a nice place to sit down, bet on sports, and drink away.  If you have a seat at the sportsbook, the waitresses will keep bringing you drinks...unlike other places that give you 1 or 2 drink tickets when you place a bet.

Pai Gow was fun for me at the Aria and Circus Circus.  I just remember not losing my buy in and the waitresses bringing drinks.   

 

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Posted: 6/21/2010 9:56:24 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by revengeissweet1:

What's the lowdown on the Las Vegas Hilton?

Revenge, the Hilton was great before the strip, it is now a dinosaur, even though some of the locals like the sports book.

For what u are looking for, Mirage, NYNY, or MGM.  Just go where u get the best deal.

1.  Mirage
2.  MGM
3.  NYNY
4. Mandalay Bay
5.  Bally's

Good Luck.

Cheapovegas.com  check it out.
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Posted: 6/22/2010 5:46:46 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by FrontRowCenter:


Revenge, the Hilton was great before the strip, it is now a dinosaur, even though some of the locals like the sports book.

For what u are looking for, Mirage, NYNY, or MGM.  Just go where u get the best deal.

1.  Mirage
2.  MGM
3.  NYNY
4. Mandalay Bay
5.  Bally's

Good Luck.

Cheapovegas.com  check it out.


Monte Carlo is also on par with NYNY and you should be able to get a good price.  I also stayed there this last trip, my buddy loved the sheets there and thought they were softer than Bellagio's but I thought they were the same.  With the resort fee, included is the gym and the gym is decent there.  For $5 more you can also use the spa services and that looked pretty relaxing though I didn't use the services. 
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Posted: 6/22/2010 6:32:40 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by cutebrute:



Monte Carlo is also on par with NYNY and you should be able to get a good price.  I also stayed there this last trip, my buddy loved the sheets there and thought they were softer than Bellagio's but I thought they were the same.  With the resort fee, included is the gym and the gym is decent there.  For $5 more you can also use the spa services and that looked pretty relaxing though I didn't use the services. 

True.
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Posted: 6/23/2010 8:38:36 PM
I like TI for a good hotel. Next to the Mirage and across the street from the Venetian
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Posted: 7/1/2010 3:26:04 AM
just got back from Caesars in the Augustus tower (overlooked Bellagio water show, Paris, Planet Hollywood, and part of City Center)

It was an awesome room and a great time.  I liked Mirage sportsbook the best out of the area I was within walking distance to
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Posted: 7/1/2010 1:51:42 PM
only been to Vegas once and i stayed at the Mirage and have zero complaints whatsoever about anything  
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Posted: 7/2/2010 4:20:38 PM
We just went to a 51's game last week. It's north of the strip on LV BLVD right past downtown, less than a mile. Quick cab ride. Make sure you don't get the bleacher seats (I still have a sore behind) and gets tickets on 3rd base side or your in 100/+ temp' with sun even at 7:00pm. Make sure you get a Frito pie, killer with a beer!!
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Posted: 7/5/2010 5:22:30 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by B Lugosi:

Revenge, have been to Vegas every year for the last 10 and have always stayed at the Hotel at Mandaly Bay, little pricey but you will defintely get a good sleep even if it for 4 or 5 hours.

We are leaving for Vegas next week.

Enjoy yourself and hope you cash big.

LOVED Mandalay ... The pool was amazing we had the $1600 cabana overlooking everything (including the topless level) .... As far as the tables go however i was very disapointed i would sujest playing elsewhere ... But the rooms in The Hotel @ Man. are amazing as well .... GL on your trip

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Posted: 7/11/2010 5:08:09 PM
Ok I live in Vegas, so heres the official list of hotels that you'll be able to take girls back to them with them saying "eww" or "no":

and keep in mind the girls im talking about are 21-30

Going from south to north:


Mandalay (old people far from good clubs but good pool)

Luxor (decent but not very baller)

MGM (ok choice lots of midwest mid-income people wet republic pool party if your a baller skyloft here will get laid on general principle)

Monte Carlo (not  too shabby but  not too  baller)
City Center (Ballin! tons of girls clubs everything all in one)

Bellaggio (upper scale nice hotel not really poppin off)

Paris (average above average no clubs no good eat pretty simple Eiffel tower restaurant ehhhh)

Mirage (decent price decent rooms not too fancy hotel is old bare pool is cool but theyre are other much better pool parties)

Caesars (always a good look can go wrong here)

Venetian (tao beach! tao and the venetian women everywhere)

Palazzo a clone of the venetian but newer and nicer connected to the venetian my personal 2nd favorite.

WYNN/ENCORE: if you dont have money you dont belong high table costs, 7k minimum spends for dance floor table bottle service at clubs 5 star dinning, but seriously and I mean seriously if you ever wanted to f*** 4 of the hottest strippers from the rhino while you snort blow off the back of two of them while they're going at it in your suite with a full strip view  this is for you my friend
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Posted: 7/11/2010 6:53:17 PM
Wigger?
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Posted: 7/14/2010 6:04:21 PM

Hardrock and Palms hands down!! Right age group/ right price /right food /right girl : guy ratio. Only downer is that they're both off the strip, although minimumally!

........AND YES THEY'RE BALLIN'!!

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Posted: 7/16/2010 1:05:33 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MickeyRivers:

Wigger?
Moron? Regardless of what slang is use the information is still valid. Now im off to ditch fridays at the palms pool with 2 go-gos and a stripper have fun at your miserable job and life. .
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