Monday, March 19, 2018

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Club Suite Review


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The Golden Nugget Las Vegas offered 50% off a suite upgrade, so I took it. I'm not sure that the suite I got was really a club suite, but it was an interesting and comfortable place to stay, nonetheless.

Club-level accomodations at the Nugget include additional goodies such as no resort fee, wifi included, water and coffee included, spa access, and a few other things. And they are typically in the top couple of floors of the Gold, Spa, and Rush towers.

This two-room suite was on the third floor of the Gold tower. So I think it was a quick substitution - I checked in very late on a Saturday night, and I think I got a bit more suite for my money than I booked - but not on one of the club floors.

The suite is at the end of the hall, and consists of two normal sized hotel rooms joined together. In fact, it sports the both of the original doors, side by side, perfect for Benny Hill style hallway antics.

The left room contains the bedroom, a powder room and closet, and a full bathroom with jetted tub. The right room contains the living room with sectional sofa, dining set, storage, wetbar with fridge, and a second bathroom with shower.

Let's take a look around, shall we?

The furnishings, carpets, drapes, and other adornments are primarily gold. And brown. Gold and brown. Brown and gold. You'd better like brown and gold if you are staying in this suite.

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite
Left side bedroom

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite
Passage between rooms

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite
Right room living room. In brown. And gold.
 More shots of the bedroom and ensuite.

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite
The king bed was comfortable, and anti Fremont Street Experience earplugs are thoughtfully provided.

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite


Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite
Jetted tub. Bring on the bubble bath.
The living dining room was very spacious with a big ole couch for 9 to watch football from. The fridge under the wetbar counter was just a fridge - no minibar or other essential alcholic and snack supplies.

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite
The Fremont Street Experience is just outside the windows, which were very well soundproofed.

An endless supply of coffee makers and water, if you angle it right.
The second bathroom is just inside the entrance to the living room side of things.

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite

Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite


Golden Nugget Las Vegas Gold Tower Two Room Suite

Overall, the suite has the feeling that it is fairly nice, with lots of mirrors, touches of marble, tile and so on - and yet there is the sense that its soul is missing. All the needed 'suite things' seem to have been put in without much thought or style, leaving it just a little cold.

Perhaps its because there are only two windows, and they are quite small. And they look invitingly onto the rooftop HVAC equipment. If this suite were on the 15th floor, with floor to ceiling views, it would certainly have some oomph.

It certainly was very comfortable to have all that room, a huge step up from a standard Carson tower or Gold tower room for sure. But there are better, newer suites at the Nugget for sure, in the Rush tower.

I fell asleep soundlessly - wondering where the third foam earplug should go.

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