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Cabana at Mandalay Bay

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Packeral, Mar 20, 2016.

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  1. Packeral

    Packeral Tourist

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    We're heading to Las Vegas next week and thinking about getting a cabana. My question is are the refreshments in the fridge included in the price of the Cabana? Or if somebody can tell me what's included. I probably already know the answer but would like confirmation. This is my first post.
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I got a cabana at MB a few years ago, so my information may be out of date. But the time I got one, the price for the cabana is actually a minimum food and beverage spend.
     
  3. Packeral

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    I may be a complete idiot but does that mean what ever is already in the cabana is ours at no additional charge?
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I am not really sure what you mean. Whatever is in the cabana is because you paid for it to be there. When you asked about refreshments, I assumed you meant food and beverages. They are only going to stock it with what you order when you get there
     
  5. abraxis

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    I think (s)he's referring to when a cabana comes pre-stocked with some items, such as bottled waters, perhaps a fruit spread. This wouldn't matter much for a cabana with a minimum spend, but is a valid concern for a cabana with a rental price. It's a safe bet to assume that, if it's there when you show up, without your asking for it specifically, you won't have to pay "extra" for it later.
     
  6. Packeral

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    Thank you. That was my concern
     
  7. VegasDave

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    I asked for a cabana at a few places last year and MB was one that is no longer a minimum spend. You can go online to book and see the rental prices, but that is just the price of the cabana and you buy food on top of it. It was sad and I didn't rent from them, too many better options.
     
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    Got it. And it looks like Dave has confirmed that the process used when I got one is no longer how its done.
     
  9. Sheil813

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    I have a cabana booked and it is just $375 for day. Nothing included except 4 loungers and towels.
     
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    How many people would a cabana fit?
     
  11. Iceicecool

    Iceicecool Low-Roller

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    Mandalay Bay cabanas are a flat rate price, but it does include a refrigerator full of water and soda for free.
     
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