Fun City Motel

2233 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89104, United States
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mgm grand bugalows

by gvparsons

HI can any one help I booked a king bungalow suite at the mgm

is there a fridge in the room or ice machines in the hallway

Re: mgm grand bugalows

by leics

The website does not mention a fridge or ice machines:

nor are they mentioned in the FAQs.

Why not phone the concierge and ask?

>To reach the Concierge at MGM Grand, please call 877-660-0660 or 702-891-7800<

Re: mgm grand bugalows

by goodfish

As mentioned, the best source is calling the hotel itself. I did find this film on youtube that someone had taken of their room and you can clearly see an icebucket/glasses on the vanity so I'm guessing they have ice.

Re: mgm grand bugalows

by YVRDave

Call room service. You are in a Suite, why are you conderving money now?

Re: mgm grand bugalows

by Odinnthor

Hotels with a casino, are not likely to have either ice machines or fridges, due to the fact that they want you to drink in the casino and not in your room, and if you do drink in your room, they want you to call room service. The icebucket and the glasses, are a hint.

Remember, in Vegas, - everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING, is geared towards seperating you from your money.

That being said, best to call the hotel and ask them to be sure. I do know that there are some that do have ice machines, but it is not a guaranteed thing.

Re: mgm grand bugalows

by goodfish

Agree with Erik - we did not have an ice machine in our Vegas strip hotel on our last visit for precisely the reason he listed: they want you drinking in the casino. We didn't have an ice bucket either though, so I thought it a hopeful sign. :)

Best to call. If you really want inexpensive ice, buy a cheap styro cooler and ice at a convenience store.

Re: mgm grand bugalows

by pepsi2

MGM have an ice machine on every Floor

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Gondola rides

by imlikeabird

Arrive early if you want to ride the gondolas. I think they open at 10:00 a.m. If you are there when they first open, and when most people are still sleeping off their hang-overs, you can avoid a long line. And I mean a LONG line. The first time I didn't do this and the line was about 4 hours. The second time the line was about 5 minutes cause I went first thing in the morning.

Getting Ready is Half the Fun!

by RudyVEGAS

A trip to Vegas is a lot like fishing. I often have as much fun laying out all of my gear and making little adjustments to my boat as I actually do on the water. Getting ready for a trip to Vegas is also loads of fun!

If you have never been to Sin City, check out the King of all Vegas bargain websites, "Las Vegas on 25 Cents a Day".

Matt and Stinky lay out the best places to get free and cheap rooms, food, gambling opportunities, and little crappy trinkets.

Every hotel worth staying in is outlined and reviewed in their sister site. El Cheapo Vegas Seeing Las Vegas for the first from the air at night is something I will never forget. If you're up for a little adventure and something really unique, try a Neon Nights Helicopter Tour. Maverick and Heli-USA are a couple of good companies operating out of McCarran Airport. They are easy to find on the web and offer discounts for booking online.

Stay away from the Strip located tours, people have told me they aren't nearly as good.

The thing that everyone does...

by tim123

The thing that everyone does in Las Vegas is check out the Strip. This is where everything happens. Even if you don't gamble you can have some fun going from hotel to hotel to see what they have to offer. My favorites were the Mirage, with it's erupting volcano; Caesar's Palace, with it's Forum Shops; Mandalay Bay, with it's tropical atmosphere; and the Venician, with it's Venice canals. Of course, these 'attractions' are all meant to get you in the door, but if you don't let yourself get carried away with gambling you can have lots of fun.

Downtown Freemont Street -...

by doreenellen

Downtown Freemont Street - the old strip. Lazer shows, each hour of the evening., we saw the 7pm, 8pm and 9pm show, they all had a different theme. The atmostphere is amazing. Did not want to leave. A trip around the hotels there is also a bonus as they are all so different- The Golden Nugget still have the biggest Gold Nugget in glass case for all to see. The food in lots of the Casinos are buffet style
There were little stalls and live music too which made it a very entertaining evening.
We went in 1997 and 2000 and was so amazing still second time around.i We were lucky with the Sunshine, There was great atmostphere everywhere, music, different free shows and the strip was so magical in the evening.
Each Hotel so different and unbelievable.

No Pictures?

by SteveOSF

Nevada casinos typically don’t like people taking pictures. Historically, their reason for this policy was to ensure the privacy of their customers. As gambling is considered a vice, many people might not want to be photographed within a casino. In fact, some people might not be found within a casino when their employer or spouce thought they where elsewhere.

Another consideration was that in the days before corporate control of the casinos, some cheating may have occurred. In order to prove a case of cheating to the Gaming Commission, some physical evidence like a photograph would be extremely useful. There are those who believe that casinos used to ban pictures to prevent the collection of evidence.

With the widespread use of camera phones and compact cameras, numerous pictures are being snapped daily by tourists visiting the casinos. The casino security seems to be overwhelmed by all this photographic activity and seems not to enforce the no pictures rule to otherwise harmless tourists. But keep in mind, if you do take pictures within a casino, security might give you a stern warning to stop doing so.


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Address: 2233 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89104, United States