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Best reasonable independent Vegas

Hornyallthetime

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Messages: 168
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#1
Hello
I travel to Vegas several times a year, staying mostly higher and hotels, such as Aria, I am looking for recommendations for any local independence that don’t go crazy on screening and don’t look like a professional.
up until now I’ve been pretty lucky with some crazy scenarios. And I do say lucky as I hear some crazy stories out there that are no good in terms of being scammed. The one provider I have seen twice there is fantastic, but now has raised their rates which is not worth it for me when there is a plethora of opportunities. I prefer in call to the hotel. Also, any recommendations for hotels that is easier for a provider to get to the room without coming downstairs? In my early days of Vegas the easiest places to do so was Paris, but some of the higher and hotels now have security at the elevators and/or require a card key to go up in the elevator. Feel free to PM me.
 

ChromeRebel

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Messages: 3
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Hello
I travel to Vegas several times a year, staying mostly higher and hotels, such as Aria, I am looking for recommendations for any local independence that don’t go crazy on screening and don’t look like a professional.
up until now I’ve been pretty lucky with some crazy scenarios. And I do say lucky as I hear some crazy stories out there that are no good in terms of being scammed. The one provider I have seen twice there is fantastic, but now has raised their rates which is not worth it for me when there is a plethora of opportunities. I prefer in call to the hotel. Also, any recommendations for hotels that is easier for a provider to get to the room without coming downstairs? In my early days of Vegas the easiest places to do so was Paris, but some of the higher and hotels now have security at the elevators and/or require a card key to go up in the elevator. Feel free to PM me.
Caesars Palace is easy for them to come right up. No keycard needed no security.
 

Dragonfly_James

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Messages: 17
Reviews: 1
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Hello
I travel to Vegas several times a year, staying mostly higher and hotels, such as Aria, I am looking for recommendations for any local independence that don’t go crazy on screening and don’t look like a professional.
up until now I’ve been pretty lucky with some crazy scenarios. And I do say lucky as I hear some crazy stories out there that are no good in terms of being scammed. The one provider I have seen twice there is fantastic, but now has raised their rates which is not worth it for me when there is a plethora of opportunities. I prefer in call to the hotel. Also, any recommendations for hotels that is easier for a provider to get to the room without coming downstairs? In my early days of Vegas the easiest places to do so was Paris, but some of the higher and hotels now have security at the elevators and/or require a card key to go up in the elevator. Feel free to PM me.
No keycard required at Cosmopolitan. If you want to go a step or two below Cosmo, Planet Hollywood, Harrah's, and Bally's do not require a keycard.
 

Dragonfly_James

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Messages: 17
Reviews: 1
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Sounds like the total rewards resorts have easy access. I know Paris doesn’t. What about MGM
Vdara and Bellagio require a keycard. I think NYNY does not. Also I may be wrong about Harrah's. Now that I think about it, I want to say you need a keycard to work the elevators in the remodeled tower. I know for certain PH and Bally's do not as I've entertained at both in the past year.
 

Sobayampman

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#9
No keycard required at Cosmopolitan. If you want to go a step or two below Cosmo, Planet Hollywood, Harrah's, and Bally's do not require a keycard.
At Harrah’s they may not have a security guard by the elevators, but the elevator requires a room card in order to select the floor number in the elevator
 

Vicky559

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#11
Hmu nxt time your n Vegas. Loom for me on private delights. 8583040520... going 2 b out their n acouple wks.
 
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