My last trip to Las Vegas was my longest and I split duty between Planet Hollywood and the Venetian. Generally, I love staying at Planet Hollywood and this time was no different. I love the casino and Miracle Mile Shops. The rooms are OK.
My thoughts on the Venetian and room weren’t all that great, but I wasn’t totally disappointed. This was opposite of my stay at Planet Hollywood where I got what I expected – a good time, but not mega-luxurious. I was prepared for the worst as the last time I stayed at Planet Hollywood my Hollywood Hip was still a mess from the previous guests. Kindly, I received an upgrade to a Resort room which was huge and awesome. This time, I wouldn’t receive an upgrade beyond a nice view.
Inside the room was pretty awesome. As I mentioned on Vegas Chatter I had a “Spaceballs” themed room. That ruled as I love that movie! The room was clean and plenty roomy, although the bathroom could be made a few feet smaller to make the main living space a little more roomy.
I was right across from the Cosmopolitan, which is almost finished being built. Please excuse the filthy windows. Apparently, Planet Hollywood doesn’t wash their windows on the outside. Click to view larger images.
Bellagio and Paris were just to the right. I had a nice view of the water show at Bellagio.
The bathroom was pretty nice, but overall I would rather have some of that room to lounge in as I mentioned above. The vanity was huge, marble and because I’m sloppy covered with a wash cloth. There’s also a giant mirror so you can always see yourself. I’m not so into that.
Like most rooms, there are separate showers, tubs and a water closet for the toilet.
This room must have been bigger than my last trip because there was plenty of room between the work station and the very comfortable bed.
I’m not sure what happened to the rest of the pictures from this trip, but I’m missing the ample room for the work station and sitting area.
Overall, this room seems bigger than the last Hollywood Hip room I had. I was extremely comfortable with everything and always had a smile with the “Spaceballs” theme. I’m curious how this room will feel with queen beds and I’ll find that out on my next trip to Las Vegas because I plan on staying at Planet Hollywood again.