We had stayed here once back in 2003 and we loved the hotel. The hotel has huge rooms with sunken living room. It has two tvs, one in the living area and one infront of the bed. We got a King Size bed so baby can roll around on it. He loves it. I didn't really like the softness of the bed as I prefer a firmer mattress but I didn't mind as it was just for one night.
Our suite was located on the 21st floor and room number 220. It didn't have a view of the LV strip. There was a peek-a-boo view of the mountain far away. Nothing fancy and therefore no picture.
As we walked into the room, immediately we felt like we were in Venice. The bathroom was on our left with their opened french doors. A peek into the bathroom we saw two separate sinks, a separate toilet with door, a tub and a separate a shower, and a dressing table. A few more steps into the suite was the king size bed with a draped canopy and an armoire with a 27" tv. The sunken living area has a work desk at the corner near the window, a dining table with two chairs at the other corner, a sofa, coffee table and a tv set & refrigerator in another armoire.
It is really nice just to relax in the room and enjoy the atmosphere.