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Best Pool Scene for Over 40 Crowd

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Bond, Dec 31, 2015.

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  1. Bond

    Bond Tourist

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    Hi

    What are your favorite pools for a slightly older (40+) crowd? Thinking about maybe getting a cabana but not set on it, trip will include at least a few weekdays if that matters. Would like to have drink service and decent food available. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. captainron62

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    I have enjoyed LINQ, WYNN and FLAMINGO as man north of 40. As long as you stay away from the straight beach club scenes you should have a fine time and comfortable anywhere. The last time we were poolside at FLAMINGO we had a few girls in their early 20's to our left and a couple in their 70's who had been coming to LV for 30 plus years to our right. I enjoyed the company of both.
     
  3. NewOrleansSlimm

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    i prefer Caesars Palace, they have cabanas and food/drink from snackus maximus, a topless private pool but my favorite is they have many pools...
     
  4. Nevyn

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    I also quite like Caesars' pool scene. They have a lot of space and a lot of pools, so even though there are younger people having fun too, it is not a press of young people or annoying DJs, etc. You can have fun or you can relax. Biggest issue with it would be hotel tower shade kind of cuts the sunny hours.
     
  5. Bond

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    I am pale like death so shade may not be a bad thing.
     
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    I like the Euro pools at Wynn or Encore... You can go to the regular if you don't want the DJ music, although I think it is good and I'm North of 40...
     
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    Caesars.

    And, the back sections of cabanas with dipping pools at Mandalay Bay.

    Bill
     
  8. gilly from philly

    gilly from philly Low-Roller

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    Sky pool at the Aria.

    The euro pools at at the Wynn and Encore are nice as well.
     
  9. Portie

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    I enjoy being over 40 and checking out those under 40. :evillaugh

    Palazzo/Venetian has great pools appropriate for all ages.
     
  10. Snidely

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    Caesars, Wynn, or maybe Bellagio.
     
  11. CindyS

    CindyS Low-Roller

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    I vote for Caesars Pool scene. Very beautiful and a lot of choices. Black jack pool in the back bar and the caprese salad at snackus maximus is refreshing in the summer.
     
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    It has pretty much been covered--Wynn, Aria, Bellagio, CP--probably in that order. Sky pool at Aria has a great relaxing vibe if you have access.
     
  13. DJ Ran

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    I also suggest Caesars, it seems to attract a an older crowd. My wife & I are in our 40's and feel very comfortable there.
     
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