Inside The Golden Nugget Spa Tower Suites
Peeping The New Suites With Joekollar
The bedroom has another big TV on the wall, a dresser and a daybed/lounge thing that was really comfortable. The bed is a king and was very comfortable but like every hotel, the pillows are mushy pieces of crap. There was plenty of room to set up the luggage stand from the closet in the bedroom to make packing/unpacking easier. Next to the bed is a control panel with large old school super villain type buttons for controlling the drapes, bedroom/parlour lights and the Do Not Disturb light. The bedroom also has a doorway out into the hall. You can take the elevator 1 flight up from your room and enter right into the bedroom. This is pretty convenient when checking in/out with bags. The turn down service leaves tasty little chocolates and complimentary bottles of water which is a nice touch after a long day.
The Spa Tower Suite was a great deal for the money. We had a some minor annoyances with getting the safe to work one day and they had to reset the circuit breaker in the bathroom once but both things were handled very quickly. We paid about $350 a night and it's definitely an experience many Vegas visitors will never have. While I'm sure the offerings at Encore or Aria for something similar in size are nicer and newer, I bet they cost much more per night too. The fact is we've stayed in the basic rooms in the Nugget and been very happy, it's just a great hotel and a great Vegas experience.
Silly Bonus Info: They put phones on just about every flat surface in this room and in the bathrooms. Also, they put GN pads and pens everywhere in the room which made my wife happy since she's a free pen/pad freak.