Post # 1
Heading to Vegas in November! My husband has a work conference (and our friends, one of whom my husband works with) will also be going. I have narrowed it down to a few hotels. Where should we stay?
I have previously stayed at Mandalay Bay, and my friend stayed at Aria. So, we’d love to try something different.
Post # 3
I love the Bellagio. Ventian is just too big, awesome to walk around but wasn’t pleased with their customer service.
Have a great time!
Post # 4
Wynn, most definitely. Bellagio’s nice but it just doesn’t compare.
Post # 5
My husband & I stayed at the Bellagio for our Honeymoon last year and, honestly, I haven’t stopped raving about it to anyone who’ll listen – lol! Everything about it was absolutely amazing: the room, the customer service, the sheer opulence of the entire place! I highly recommend it.
Post # 6
Flamigo baby! Center of strip, nice renovated rooms, and if you get a strip view you can see the bellagio fountains at night!
Cheaper than most hotels and has the old vegas feel to it.
Post # 7
We stayed at Mandalay Bay, it’s at a far end of the strip, but has an AMAZING view of the whole strip. Very nice, and amazing pools!
Post # 8
Bellagio or Wynn, I prefer the Bellagio but the buffet at Wynn is awesome.
Post # 9
The Wynn. Hands down, no doubt about it.
Post # 10
Thanks ladies! I am looking around for deals now : )
Post # 11
If you stay at the Bellagio (my pic), make sure you spring for a fountain view room. You can turn on the TV to listen to the music while watching the show w/ your floor to ceiling windows. The fountains are my favorite thing in Vegas.
Post # 12
I’d opt for the Bellagio if you’re planning to do much exploring outside of your hotel because it’s a nice central location on the strip and you can walk to more places with less wear and tear on your feet. Wynn is gorgeous, but it’s a bit far down the strip, imho.
Post # 13
For me, I like the Venetian because there’s a food court! LOL I can’t afford (or want to) eat an expensive meal EVERY meal!
Post # 14
Another nice option, IMO, is Trump (it’s basically accross the street from the Wynn). Beautiful hotel and rooms and we had wonderful service when we were there.
Also, they don’t have a casino in the Trump hotel so it was nice when we got back in the evenings to not have to deal with the hustle, bustle, noise and crowds of the casino floor in order to get to our room.
Post # 15
We just booked our vegas honeymoon for Nov and we are staying at the Mirage!
Post # 16
@FaceReality: Totally agree. We stayed at the Flamingo for part of our Honeymoon. Pay the extra for the Go rooms and ask for a Bellagio view. Totally worth it!!