As I mentioned yesterday my stay at Planet Hollywood was a tale of two rooms. After walking around and taking pictures of dirty room 1, I went back downstairs to check in to inform them about the room. Without question and before I could list off all of the dirty items I had a new room. I think the old man in the scooter yelling about his stay helped me get a nice room. 🙂
I’m pretty sure I was upgraded to a resort room, which I’ll call “Room 2.” This room was MUCH larger and thankfully cleaner. There was ample room and options for me to charge my iPhone. I chose the work area as my charging station.
You can see how big the room is by turning around from the work area. The TV and wall unit was on the opposite wall with the bed set to the right. This was a slightly awkward angle to watch TV, but it wasn’t too bad.
There were two big comfy chairs and a table to the left side of the room. I spent most of my time in the room in one of the chairs.
I may have passed out in the chair after my 3rd tall Grey Goose and Soda, which was proceeded by two drinks in the Diamond Lounge.
Pictures and more after the jump
At first I didn’t think the view was all that good, but that’s because I only looked to the left. The strip was to the right. Dummy.
Back inside the room I go to the awesome big bathroom. Decorations were similar to the Hollywood Hip room. To the right was a water closet and vanity.
The left side of the room had the shower and another vanity.
Dead center once again was a bath tub with a rug in the middle of the tile floor. I thought that was an odd touch.
In case you were wondering the throne was not a high rise.
The carpeting was almost as sweet as my kangaroos.
Room 2 (Resort room) at Planet Hollywood was fantastic. The room was huge while the furnishings looked good and were very comfortable. This was a far cry from the dirty and small Hollywood Hip room I started in. I would gladly stay here any time I’m in Vegas. However, I’m not sure I could say the same for the smaller, Hollywood Hip room.
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