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Las Vegas Suite on the Strip

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I'm looking for the best suite on the strip for the money, ($500-600/night).

I'm currently booked at the B in their penthouse suites but I've been reading a lot of posts saying that the B is outdated and not the hotel that it once was. I'm not sure if they have done any recent renovations, but I certainly don't want to drop $1,600 for a weekend stay at a hotel that hasn't been updated in 10 years just to see some musical fountains.

My girlfriend and I are a younger couple looking more a more modern, sexy look to a suite, which I'm not sure the B's penthouse suites would meet this definition. We're not going to be sitting in our rooms all day / night, but would like it to be something we're excited to come back to.

I have read a lot of people saying that the Wynn/core and the P/V are better stays for the money but I wasn't sure about their suites. Also, I haven't heard any comments about the ARIA and their suites. We want to stay on the strip, so the suites at the Palms, although I hear great things about them, are out. We're going to be going out a lot during the day and night, so a somewhat centralized location is important. We have both been to Vegas numerous times, but just with friends going the "economy" route and are trying to step it up a bit.

Any help you could offer would be great. We'll be down there Mid-July, so I'm trying to get the hotel changed as soon as possible, if necessary.

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