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Venetian/Palazzo or Signature

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Hope you lovely people can help me with your advice!

We are looking to go to Vegas next Labor Day weekend we have been four times before,three times we've stayed in the MGM Signature and once in the aria.

We absolutely adore the signature mainly due to the size of the rooms and the fact you can use the MGM pool!

We have looked at prices and we can get the Venetian or the Palazzo for cheaper than the signature. I've always wanted to stay this end of the strip to to be closer to the things that we walk to each day . I would say the negative about the signature is the long walk or bus ride to the other end of the strip it would be lovely to be more central.

Normally our budget doesn't stretch to the Venetian but there is an offer on.

I am debating to go with what I know and what I know I will be happy with the signature, as I made a mistake with booking the aria the second time we went to Vegas. I found there was no atmosphere and the room definitely wasn't as good as the signature. was more expensive too

I've heard the Venetian and the Palazzo are really expensive to eat and drink in and especially by the pools

I would appreciate appreciate anyone's opinion

Thank you very much


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