Best Bed in Las Vegas?

Jan 26th, 2004, 11:54 AM
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Best Bed in Las Vegas?

Going to Vegas again, have stayed in 3 star hotels. Looking for a nicer bed, luxury bath, some place for a second honeymoon. We love to gamble, like to be on the strip. He wants mid-range price, I want High End accomodations. Nightlife is not high priority, but interesting.

Any favorites, recent horror stories?
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Jan 26th, 2004, 12:02 PM
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Bed and sheet quality at Four Seasons (atop Mandalay Bay) is very good. Bellagio has good beds but sheets don't seem quite as nice as they were 5 years ago. The new Westin will have the standard Heavenly Bed (which is by no means 'standard' by comparison--it's excellent) but the hotel itself isn't anything special.
Venetian's beds are definitely a notch below the beds at the three hotels above.
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Jan 26th, 2004, 12:16 PM
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The Palms has comfortable beds and good night life.
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Jan 26th, 2004, 01:05 PM
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I always sleep like a baby in the Bellagio.
Big comfortable bed and pillows and the refurbished rooms have duvets rather than those blankets and big heavy bedspreads. And the rooms are quiet~
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Jan 27th, 2004, 08:55 AM
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Thanks! I knew I shouldn't ask, because now I REALLY want to stay at the Bellagio, but H is becoming nervous (dipping into the gambling budget!LOL!). We loved our stay at a Westin, the Heavenly Bed being exactly that!
I guess I'll have to make a few more trips to Vegas and try more hotels!
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Jan 27th, 2004, 09:05 AM
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Embassy Suites (Convention Center at Paradise Rd) wowed me with the high quality of their furnishings and linens. Best bed I have ever slept on in the Hilton chain. Good thread count sheets, large thick fluffy towels made me feel like I was at home. I certainly didn't expect it, but highly recommend it.
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Jan 27th, 2004, 01:20 PM
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try out the new westin and you'll be saying "what strip".
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Jan 28th, 2004, 05:58 PM
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HoJo- Get creative!

Think outside the box (I mean the strip.)

Try the Golden Nugget downtown. It's a AAA four-diamond award winner year after year. I've seen rates as low as $59.00 midweek.

If you have a car try the JW Marriott on the Northwest side, or Green Valley Ranch Station on the southeast side. Both are at least 4 star hotels by any measure with better odds of winning than any strip hotel.

Need more ideas? Let us know!



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