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post #31 of 36
I've stayed at the old Maxim Hotel, which had a claim to fame for the site of where Tupac was shot, and it was decidely decrepit with a dusty, tacky wedding chapel that you imagine would have had polyster clad lounge lizards. The casino was closed, and all the gambling equipment was torn out. Everything was mutely dark, and musty with a few of those 1970s ice machines scattered about, and a moribund pool on the roof. The hotel used to be popular because of its attention of personal service. However, Las Vegas has a distinctly odd feeling of surreal loneliness after a few days-like a Robert Frank photograph waiting to happen.
post #32 of 36
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Originally Posted by Stax
you want "THE hotel" at Mandalay Bay, which is a more upscale hotel at the Mandalay Bay complex. http://www.thehotelatmandalaybay.com/

TheHOTEL is actually my favorite place to stay in Vegas. Each room is very well set up for business and quite stylish, if a little bit MTV cribsish... They have a very nice spa there.
post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by kronik
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say a condom.

better double bag it, don't know where that b*tch has been...

1 pt for IDing the quote btw...
post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by Englandmj7
That depends how you look at it. Children of any age can walk through casinos, and whilst they may not be hanging out, a slow trot through the tables is enough to make their presence widely known. Even if there is a law NO casinos enforce it as people usually have to cross the floor to get to their rooms.

matadorpoeta -

I agree with pkincy that the Wynn is an excellent hotel with a much more mature demographic and a more mature price as well! Not to mention their pool is a European/topless pool. My boss played water polo with two topless Swiss models last time he stayed there Unfortunately it is not directly on the strip but a 5-minute cab ride can fix that. The Bellagio and the Venetian are ok, but I really like Caesar's as it is so enormous and has several good restaurants/clubs.

As far as going out goes, just don't get caught in traps like Body English @ the Hard Rock or the two clubs at the Palms unless you know someone and can avoid the lines which otherwise you may find yourself waiting in for up to 3 hours (if you are stupid enough to do so of course ). And for the reasons you complained of before absolutely DO NOT stay at Hard Rock or Palms unless you are solely going there for the night to pick up a lovely lass (most beautiful girls are at these two hotels/their clubs), but alas, with them brings thousands of guys in bootcut jeans, untucked stipey shirts, gelled hair, Doc Martens, and pukka shell necklaces. I assume this is not your crowd.

The Wynn is on Las Vegas Blvd, although it is a ways down. Steve Wynn built that hill infront of the hotel to "protect" the guests from Vegas proper, which is funny because Steve Wynn was one of the principal architects of "Vegas Proper"
post #35 of 36
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Originally Posted by Englandmj7
As far as going out goes, just don't get caught in traps like Body English @ the Hard Rock or the two clubs at the Palms unless you know someone and can avoid the lines which otherwise you may find yourself waiting in for up to 3 hours (if you are stupid enough to do so of course ). And for the reasons you complained of before absolutely DO NOT stay at Hard Rock or Palms unless you are solely going there for the night to pick up a lovely lass (most beautiful girls are at these two hotels/their clubs), but alas, with them brings thousands of guys in bootcut jeans, untucked stipey shirts, gelled hair, Doc Martens, and pukka shell necklaces. I assume this is not your crowd.

I'm not sure he'll find a wholesome big-hearted virgin at either of those hotels.
post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117
I'm not sure he'll find a wholesome big-hearted virgin at either of those hotels.

.. make sure they're christians too!
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