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  1. Bart

    Bart Formula 3

    Nov 1, 2003
    1,488
    Orange County, Calif
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    Bart
    I am coming to Las Vegas for a day the second week of March. I will arrive at the Mandalay Bay Hotel around 9 in the morning. I will be heading home by 5:00 p.m. that day.

    My question is can I park my car at the Mandalay Bay Hotel? I need self-parking valet. Since time is valuable, should I go directly to another hotel, which I know I can self-park valet?

    Thanks

    :)

    12 cylinders or walk
     
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  3. bobleb

    bobleb Formula 3

    Mar 9, 2004
    1,244
    Las Vegas, NV
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    Bob Lebenson
    Whenever I go to Mandalay, I park at the Four Seasons, which is right next door and actually a part of MB. I self-park right out front (watched by valets) with no problems.
     
  4. VTChris

    VTChris F1 World Champ

    Aug 21, 2005
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    Just came back from Mandalay in Vegas, The valet guy was a PRICK!
    His name was DC on his name tag.
    He said self parking was for VIP only!
    Didn't really understand what he meant, I asked him to repeat himself, and he did.
    I asked "what does that mean?"

    He just walked away...
    A total *****.

    Oh, and there were no other cars waiting in the valet area.

    i did let his supervisor know the attitude of this kid.

    He (supervisor) had no interest in my conversation with him, so I told him I would stay in my Comp Penthouse Suite (60-xxx). And I promised him I would not gamble ONE Dollar in this casino, but I will enjoy my free room and never come back.

    his tone changed immediately, as I walked away from his reply.


    I did not play at the Mandalay Bay, and I will not go back.
     
  5. VTChris

    VTChris F1 World Champ

    Aug 21, 2005
    13,009

    What I mean by self park, was to park the car next to the valet stand in front of the hotel, not in the structure.
     

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