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Gravesend, United Kingdom
February 5, 2013
From journal Las Vegas Hotels! Not just a place to sleep!
New Orleans, Louisiana
August 19, 2008
Newport Beach, California
May 9, 2008
From journal Las Vegas: What's Hot and What's Not
Coconut Creek, Florida
July 9, 2004
From journal Suite Vegas, Part Two, Six Months Later
Charlotte, North Carolina
May 9, 2004
Regarding the suites, they are amazing. My suite had a very large separate sitting area / living room. There was a desk, a couch and a separate bathroom for this area of the suite. The bedroom was also very large and the beds were very comfortable. Consistent with the theme of spacious, the bathrooms are enormous. Amazingly, each suite has three flat screen televisions (in the sitting room, the bathroom and the bathroom). Everything about the suite was well done and I was very impressed.
The cafe and bar are also very nice. The cafe was a nice change of pace from the typical casino cafe in that it had a sense of style consistent with the rest of THEhotel. The service was a little slow (perhaps this is all part of the stylish motif), but the food was pretty good.
The spa and fitness center is excellent. You pay an additional fee, but you get your money's worth. The pools are also fantastic at the Mandalay Bay. It gets a little crowded (particularly with the two hotels feeding the one pool area), but it is just that many pretty people to look at.
THEhotel has now become my favorite hotel in Vegas. I still like the Bellagio and the Venetian, but for the money, THEhotel is hard to beat.
From journal Las Vegas: My Second Home
December 29, 2003
From journal Vegas, Suite Vegas!