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Five Sweet Suites Still Available (For Now) For New Year's Eve

December 13, 2012 at 7:06 PM | by | Comment (1)

The view from here at Cosmo.

Yesterday, we took you through what it would cost to get a semi-last minute standard room at various Vegas hotels on New Year's Eve, but we know you've got more flash in you than two beds and a sink.

New Year's Eve rates at Circus Circus ($478) might incite a raise of an eyebrow so how about a one-bedroom balcony suite for two nights at Signature for a few dollars more? Given that rates for the 1st of January always drop way low, you can easily come out on top if you play your cards right. Time is running out to get creative, but here are a couple sweet suites that are still available:

Golden Nugget:

Spa Tower Suite (two-night minimum): Have you ever stayed in a two-story hotel room? We find the experience to be one every traveler should seek to conquer - talk about a notch in the belt. Floor-to-ceiling windows and 1,500 square feet of space round out the perks.

30th: $529
31st: $579
1st: $449

The Cosmopolitan:

Terrace One-Bedroom Fountain View (must stay the 30th and 31st to book the 31st): This room runs a little small to be considered a true suite, but the Cosmo is all about the balconies and this one gives you a fantastic view of the Bellagio fountains.

30th: $595
31st: $820

The Palms:

Salon Suite (two-night minimum): We were going to recommend the Grand Suite (it, too, is still available), but why not save yourself $100 on the 30th or the 1st and go with the Salon Suite? What you sacrifice in size you make up for in rock 'n' roll appeal as the Salon Suite is equipped with a Bose sound system and a Jacuzzi. Party on.

30th: $379
31st: $569
1st: $329

Hard Rock:

Supreme Corner King Suite (two-night minimum): This one happens to be a suite, but we find corner rooms to be one of the most overlooked upgrade. The two 40" televisions in this room have no chance of competing with the panoramic views.

30th: $507
31st: $681
1st: $163

The Signature at MGM Grand:

One Bedroom Balcony Suite (two-night minimum): This beautiful room boasting a balcony has a two-night minimum for New Year's Eve, but you can save mucho dinero if you elect for the 31st and the 1st. Unlike the Hard Rock above, the rate for the 31st changes based on whether you stay the 30th or the 1st. If you go with the Signature, just try to charm or $20 trick your way into an accommodation with a Strip-facing view.

If stay 31th and 1st:
31st: $625
1st: $160

If stay 30th and 31st:
30th: $500
31st: $500

Note: Hotel rates are accurate as of the week of December 13, but can always fluctuate based on demand.

(PHOTOS: The Cosmopolitan on Foursquare, Golden Nugget, The Cosmopolitan, Palms, Hard Rock, MGM Grand)

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Are You Forgetting "RIO"?

I recieved a "NYE Suite" offer in the mail just this past Tuesday. Not sure if it's available to just anyone (I have a high ADW at CET casinos in Vegas). Assuming that myself, and others didn't take up that offer, would't those "suites" open up to everyone?

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