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Bellagio Pool Lounges

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Reefer, Apr 23, 2013.

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  1. Reefer

    Reefer Low-Roller

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    Has anyone used he CYPRESS PREMIER LOUNGES at the Bellagio pools? Thinking of treating my wife to a lounge chair or day bed.
     
  2. lovevegas612

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    Yes. We had 2 lounge chairs in August. We could not find a chair at the other pools, so we went to this area and asked. They only had 2 left/unreserved, so we got lucky. I would suggest making a reservation. They cost $100/per lounge. Charge to your room.
    Waitress comes around often. Also they hand out free frozen sorbet, orange wedges, etc. every now and then.
    Atmosphere is quiet and relaxing. Definitely a treat. Enjoy
     
  3. elvis66

    elvis66 High-Roller

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    We did them last year and really enjoyed it
     
  4. Reefer

    Reefer Low-Roller

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    Decided to take two loungers for the week- also enjoying them....life is good today:kiss:
     
  5. jmatzen

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    The Cypress lounges are only $50 per during the week and so so worth it. I am a huge Aria fan, but stay at Bellagio when I go with my wife just for the Cypress pool. So worth it and so relaxing. Great service. You feel like a king without spending the $500 or more that most places charge for cabana's. Do it!
     
  6. ND80

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    Rented them last two years and will again in 2 weeks. Absolutely fantastic. Very relaxing.
     
  7. Doberlady

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    Are they under umbrellas?
     
  8. ND80

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    Yes they are
     
  9. Reefer

    Reefer Low-Roller

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    We ended renting at Cypress Pool for two days. The loungers are under umbrellas and the pool guys will help you move the umbrellas so you are always under shade. They really take good care of you. We will reserve again next year.
     
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    This sounds great. I don't care to sunbathe, but I'd love to soak up some heat while I'm there. I looked into the cabanas and decided it's much more than I care to consider. lol
     
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    We did the cabana at Bellagio my first year and ended up sitting by the Cypress pool most of the time. A cabana would be nice if it's right by the Cypress pool, but in most cases, unless you're a high roller, they stick you in one kind of hidden away. No worth it in my opinion.
     
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