But just in case you need some tech assistance, the DVD player which also serves as an iPod hookup and a CD player, has a list of instructions to help you out. Same with the internet. It's an annoying $13.99 a day charge, but you have both WiFi and wireless capability.
Our favorite tech moment happened in the bathroom. We took a bath and watched Seinfeld as it played on the TV in the mirror. Amazing.
The room also has several standard hotel amenities that travelers tend to look for like a hot water and coffee maker, bath slippers and robes, an in-room safe and a small cubed refrigerator.
But again, the GO rooms go a little further in the bath. The toiletries are from Gilchrist and Soames and they come in a clear cosmetic case. Why would you need a case for hotel toiletries? That's because it includes mouth wash, bath salts, bath gel, body lotion, shampoo, conditioner, lip balm, soap and a vanity pack. Heaven.
Topping it all off is the view. Since our room was on the very top floor, we got amazing views of the strip. In short, the GO rooms are a hit. They might just be our new favorites in Las Vegas.
We booked our room through Expedia for $91 a night including taxes.