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HGVC Flamingo 2bd question

Aptman

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Hello everyone
I've booked a Flamingo 2bd for a boys trip to Vegas for March Madness, and now I'm worried I messed up. None of us are sharing beds, and we have 4 of us. (actually, we have 2 units for 8 of us, but same theory). Do both bedrooms have only a single king-sized bed in them, or is there a king in one and 2 queens in the other? If there's only a king in each, do you know if they'll send in another bed?

My friends do not want to share a bed, and I hope I didn't pull the trigger too soon!

Thanks in advance!
 

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Per Hilton: "Our spacious 1340 sq. ft. Two-Bedroom Suite... features 2 king-sized beds in separate sleeping rooms. (No two bedded rooms available)." However, there are 2 sleeper-sofas, one in the LR and one in a BR.

I find sleeper-sofas so uncomfortable that I'd rather pick up air mattresses at Wal-Mart before checking in (along with an electric air pump).

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HGVC Flamingo

I'm here at the HGVC Flamingo now. I've owned here since 2007, and have stayed here about a dozen times. The 2br, is basically a 1br and a studio, with a shared entrance foyer. You walk in the foyer, turn left and open an inner entrance to the 1br, or turn right and open an inner entrance to the studio.

The studio has a king bed and a queen sleeper sofa. It also has a kitchenette and a private bathroom.

The 1br has a king bed in the bedroom and a queen sleeper sofa in the living room. There is a large jacuzzi tub and sink in the bedroom, and a bathroom with shower that closes off by a door to the bedroom and a door to the entry hall of the unit, allowing for privacy. There is a small, full kitchen and a washer/dryer.

So, for a 2br, you'd have 2 king beds and two queen sleeper sofas, 2 private bathrooms and a kitchen and a kitchenette.
 

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I had a similar situation a couple of years ago and found out that the Karen Ave property was the only one that offered some suites with two beds in the bedrooms.
 

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Hey Craig - that's great to know, as long as there's 4 beds in the 2bd, then we're good. Thanks for the tip!


I'm here at the HGVC Flamingo now. I've owned here since 2007, and have stayed here about a dozen times. The 2br, is basically a 1br and a studio, with a shared entrance foyer. You walk in the foyer, turn left and open an inner entrance to the 1br, or turn right and open an inner entrance to the studio.

The studio has a king bed and a queen sleeper sofa. It also has a kitchenette and a private bathroom.

The 1br has a king bed in the bedroom and a queen sleeper sofa in the living room. There is a large jacuzzi tub and sink in the bedroom, and a bathroom with shower that closes off by a door to the bedroom and a door to the entry hall of the unit, allowing for privacy. There is a small, full kitchen and a washer/dryer.

So, for a 2br, you'd have 2 king beds and two queen sleeper sofas, 2 private bathrooms and a kitchen and a kitchenette.
 

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Hey Craig - that's great to know, as long as there's 4 beds in the 2bd, then we're good. Thanks for the tip!

2 beds and 2 sleeper sofas, I guess that's "4 beds", as long as I don't have to sleep in one of the sleepers :)
 

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IMO, HGVC's sofa sleepers are not too bad. The base is a full flat panel, so you don't have the dreaded bars across your back. Of course, the mattress is thin, but it is ok for a few nights sleep.

Kurt
 
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