PH Towers Photo Review By Head58

Kiss And Condotelling at the P-Tow

Posted by Chuckmonster

Ph Towers Kitchen

The suite opens into the kitchen/dining room, featuring a full refrigerator/freezer (with filtered water and ice dispenser), electric range top, dishwasher, microwave, and black dining room table with white bar-height leather seating for six. Plates, bowls, glasses and flatware are all provided although no pots or pans (a staffer suggested somewhat obliquely that they had them for residents of the Tower but they might have some available for guests if we asked pretty).

Ph Towers Livingroom

Then on to the living room. The red leather L-shaped sofa (part of which is a fold-out queen) and flat screen tv had me at hello. But the blackout curtain functions as a screen for the huge tv projector. THE BLACKOUT CURTAIN FUNCTIONS AS A SCREEN FOR THE HUGE TV PROJECTOR! Okay, timeshare guys, where do I sign?

Ph Towers Projector

When the curtain was up we had a lovely view of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, Bally's, and the doomed Fontainebleu in the distance. We also had a less lovely view of the Miracle Mile roof, the PH and Paris parking garages, and Ellis Island. So it goes.

Ph Towers View



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Thanks for the review... I've always been curious about the PH tower and I think this settles my curiousity. MUCH better than I expected, though. Too bad the tower couldnt be in a better location.

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It must be Captain Picard Day!

Great review. Would be perfect hotel except the parking blows, no Verizon cell service at least on 52nd floor, pay wifi and the washer/dryer smelled like a moldy trout's asshole.

Very nice review, thanks for sharing.

Sweet review!

That couch is perfect for an orgy.

What was that about the mini washer and dryer under the bathroom vanity? I'm intrigued. Stellar review...I've wandered thru the lobby of this place and wondered what the upstairs looked like.

Thanks, everybody.

W/r/t the washer dryer, we used it for bathing suits and a couple of shirts. It is small but plenty of room for that sort of thing. A box of detergent was provided (didn't check to see if it was replenished after we used it). No funky smell in it at all. It was hell of confusing to operate though and we ended up just mashing buttons to get it to open the door when it was done.

Westgate still owns the property, so it is not under the Caesars (Total Rewards) umbrella. I believe they have designated certain floors for use by the timeshares they sold. The walk to the casino is no more than 100yards through the mall. It has larger rooms and is an easier walk to the strip than Vdara or Signature. There is no restaurant and the lobby bar has very limited hours and selection. The 1 and 2 bdrm units are usually available at a decent price.

Great review, and generally agreed! My SO and I stayed here with another couple over Thanksgiving last year, and I was hesitant based on online reviews, but figured the bang for the buck made it at least worth a shot. Was pleasantly surprised - plenty of room for each couple to feel like we had our own space, but a good community area as well. (That window shade/screen for projector tv is FAB for football season). Split between the four of us, this was by FAR our best option for such a high-capacity holiday weekend. Next time I'm on a group trip to Vegas, this will be the first property I check for availability.

Thanks for the write-up. Haven't read too much about this place.
We've got a one bedroom reserved for four nights this January, to try this place out. Don't mind a little walking, and I do like a nice room - yes, I'm one of those that actually uses a room for more than SSS. Now, I'm really looking forward to this.

Oontzfest, hillarious. Nice review thanks for taking the time, was curious about this place.

A very well put together review. Thanks so much! I've always been curious about the PH Towers, and now I have much more info than I thought.

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