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Bottle service at Green Valley

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by maanto21, Apr 14, 2015.

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  1. maanto21

    maanto21 Tourist

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    Anyone tried bottle service at the pool at Green Valley??? Bunch of us keen to try this as it apparently pretty affordable. Keen to hear your thought.
     
  2. KOPIER

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    Maanto21 - the bottle service at Green Valley is at the Pond - this is their party pool or adult pool, however it is nothing like the strip it is Avery small area built on its own on the grounds of the big pool. They have DJ that play music on the weekends and have a full bar in the area as well - but that is about it really mellow - not a party pool like some of the strip hotels - I stay at the property about 5 times a year wndt his last time we had the Villa right behind the Pond and it was sup mellow and not a lot of action - great music but no eye candy - good luck
     
  3. 18000rpm

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    Bottle service is basically your rental fee for a table at a hot nightclub. Which makes it pretty pointless to get it at a place like the GVR pool.
     
  4. NickPapageorgio

    NickPapageorgio OG of the Sal Sagev Hotel

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    With a far lower price point at a place like GVR, it makes perfect sense if you goal is R&R and getting sloppy.

    Nick:beer:
     
  5. maanto21

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    I agree, which is what were looking for. Why not have good pool surroundings and have the same type of service you might see in a $$ club? When there's 3-4 guys in it. You can afford a lengthy afternoon or day with 2-3 bottles.
     
  6. QIKFIX

    QIKFIX Low-Roller

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    Is this still our plan one day, we can get pool access by getting bottle service without being a guest of the hotel

    I'm still keen

    Q
     
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