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Best hotel pools for teenagers

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by shopdmz, Apr 1, 2013.

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  1. shopdmz

    shopdmz Newbie

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    I am spending 2 days before and after my Grand Canyon trip in August with my family in Las Vegas and I want to find 2 different hotels with great pools for teenagers. My kids will probably want to spend all day at the pool so that is what matters most to me. At night we will probably walk around to see all the hotels attractions. I don't want "kiddie pools", my girls are 13 and 16 and very good swimmers. Something with slides or other pool "activities" would be best.

    I heard the Flamingo had a good pool but now I am hearing that the main pool is adult only! What are the other pools like? I know 1 is a kiddie pool so we don't want that. Are there 2 others? Are they just plain pools?

    I heard Golden nugget has a cool slide but not sure I want to stay in the Fremont section.

    Mandalay Bay sounds good, but I am concerned that the fun parts of the pool will be in the adults only sections!

    How is Monte Carlos pool? Are the fun parts adult only?

    Are the non-adult pools all free for guests?

    Any other suggestions appreciated!
     
  2. IAlowroller

    IAlowroller Tourist

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    Our 18 year old son loved the Golden Nugget pool, spent most of the day there and then wandered around downtown.
     
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    -(J)- Low-Roller

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    Mandalay Bay pool(s) is the best on the strip! It's huge!!!

    They have a very big wave pool that kids (and adults) really enjoy.
    Also a lazy river to float down and a regular pool.

    It's a mix of all ages but most of the "wild" adults are at the adult pool.

    When I was there last July there were soooo many kids/teenagers at the pool. Actually too many for me!



    Go on google, youtube, oyster and do some searching....
     
  4. angelo

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    Hope this quote answers everythings.
     
  5. mike_m235

    mike_m235 Tourist

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    The lazy river part of the MGM pool complex.
     
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