I've always wondered what it was like to stay at THEhotel. I've stayed at the Mandalay Bay and that was pretty nice but the better half said that THEhotel is way awesome and after our most recent stay, I'll have to agree.
During our last adventure to Vegas, I made reservations to stay here. I like how the hotel is secluded, not in terms of it's proximitiy on the Strip, but the location of the front desk and elevators. It's like, if you're walking through there, you're a hotel guest otherwise, you're really lost. When checking in, there was a long line, but every Vegas hotel has a line, so that was expected. When I got to the desk, this handsome but cocky gentleman in his early 20's checked me in. You can tell that he and the other desk agents check in hundreds of people a day so, you're pretty much dealing with a person immune to any personality that conveys the most minimal amount of genuine hospitality. You're a number, not a guest, which is too bad with a hotel distinguished with a AAA Four-Diamond rating.
The elevator bank had 6-7 elevators but the cabs were quite small, thankfully they don't stop at every floor otherwise we were screwed.
When we got to the room, I mean, "THEsuite," it was exactly how it looked like online. A living room area w/a wet bar and half bath; a bedroom and a bathroom with a stand-in shower, soaking tub, dual vanity and a private toilet. THEsuite wasn't elegant like the Venetian or plush as the Wynn but it was more trendy, if anything. Now I can see why the better half liked it, the decor were dark woods and clean lines. The bed was quite comfortable and the bath amenities were awesome. I didn't like however when our room was serviced, they replaced all our bath amenities which were barely used, with brand new ones. IMO, that was quite wasteful.
Speaking of which, during our stay, we were in our room around 12pm when a housekeeping representative called to see if we wanted our room serviced, because we had the Do Not Disturb sign illuminated. I asked her what was the latest and she said the housekeepers go home at 4pm. What? For such a large hotel, you won't have one or two housekeepers on duty beyond that time? Really now?
Beyond the little quirks in service I encountered, they're quite easily to overlook and yes, I can honestly say that I'd stay here again!
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