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Best pool to party

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by mcptr, Jul 16, 2015.

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  1. mcptr

    mcptr Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    Went to Vegas last year, and spent most of my days in the Go Pool at the Flamingo, cause the atmosphere was sick. Had a blast.

    Going back this weekend (sunday through thursday) and my question is, what pools are similar to the Go Pool when it comes to partying and great atmosphere !! i heard the pool at the MGM and at the Paris were cool !


    we're in our late 20s !!!


    Thanks guys and have a great summer !


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  2. captainron62

    captainron62 VIP Whale

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    I have never heard Paris mentioned in the pool party scene. Cosmo has a party pool as does the Cromwell.
     
  3. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    Hard Rock Hotel and Casino's Rehab, Wet Republic at the MGM, XS at Encore, Drais, Marquee at Cosmo.
     
  4. CosmoGold

    CosmoGold Low-Roller

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    The only way I have found Marquee to be enjoyable is if you shell out the money to get chairs. Otherwise you're just running around without having a real place for yourself (and also zero service).
     
  5. captainron62

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    In my younger days when I was seeking the best pool party scene I didn't even care if they had chairs! haha. Nowadays though you are correct, chairs and shade rank highly. That is why I just enjoy the view from afar mostly.
     
  6. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    That's why I get a Bungalow Suite!
     
  7. mcptr

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    Alright, thanks guys appreciate it !!!

    have a nice trip @Paytriple glgl
     
  8. CosmoGold

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    Why high level -- hope to get there myself one day. I am going to be at the Cosmo this weekend for my 30th, can I sleep on the roof of your bungalow?
     
  9. PayTriple

    PayTriple The Cucumber King

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    I'll send you a PM.
     
  10. mrem3200

    mrem3200 High-Roller

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    The Paris pool is fine, but not really a party pool.
     
  11. Clubmaster

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    This
     
  12. DonnyC

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    Good suggestions but they will run you more than a day at Flamingo...so depends if you are price conscious.

    Personally I'd love to do any of the above, but generally I get priced out.

    I am seriously considering Drais's Tuesday night swim.
     
  13. Rooster0620

    Rooster0620 Low-Roller

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    Paris pool is mostly families. This probably isn't what you're looking for.

    I just got back from staying at the Hard Rock. Rehab was $40 for hotel guests. We opted not to shell out the dough since it didn't look like there were that many people there.
     
  14. Rooster0620

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    [​IMG]

    Rehab a couple weeks ago...
     
  15. mcptr

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    ^^ Thx man !!!
     
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    I agree with "This". if you get a real big name at the pool, it can get jammed up.. I have had fun times a day clubs, as well as a resort pool like the Monte Carlo... it is all what you make it! ;) Enjoy !!
     
  17. OhioStateAlum

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    I think I might be the only person on Earth that enjoys the pool at PH. It doesn't have the DJ/high end pool party reputation, so it tends to be less crowded and pricey. However, it still trends younger and has a party atmosphere.
     
  18. SuzyQ

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    Just came back from 12 days in Vegas...went to the pool all but 3 days...The LINQ has a fun 21 and over pool. Daybeds are $75 during the week including either a bucket of beer or 2 cocktails. The price on the weekends are $100. DJ their and nite swims on Friday and Saturdays. A lot of the staff came over from the Flamingo pool. A fun vibe..
     
    Great way to end 2016!
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    Bally's pool, party like it is 1977. Funny story. 2 years ago we were at the Ballys pool on a Friday in June. Hot as hell that day. Now Ballys pool is not known to cater to the "younger generation" around noon a large group of people all in their 20's came storming into the pool area with inflatables, hats, grass skirts carrying large cigars yelling and screaming party time, let's party, Well they soon realized "this is not the place" after dodging wheelchairs, people mostly in their 40's and up sitting around sunning themselves. They never made it past the DJ area, turned around and left. At one point I thought I heard hissing sounds coming from their inflatables. I never laughed so hard in my life.
    If you want to party I would place Bally's close to the bottom of the list.

    Patripman
     
  20. queuetee

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    That is a great story----and I can just imagine that the "other" people at the pool were glad to see them go.
     
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