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Cabana Menus?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by jhpa, Apr 15, 2014.

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  1. jhpa

    jhpa High-Roller

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    As we enter into pool season, there is a ton of interest in cabanas. While a lot of information is "out there" about prices of cabanas, I am interested in the prices they charge for the food and drink in the cabanas. For example, I intend to spend the $600 for a cabana at MGM and I know this will geve me a $600 food and beverage "credit" to spend. But I have no idea what this will get me in food and/or drink. (4 cheeseburgers at $150 each? - I am being facetious of course). I understand I will pay a service charge and gratuity on top of the $600.

    Has anyone posted a menu from the cabanas from prior years (or this year)?
     
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    I can't tell you exact prices of the cabanas, but I do have a tip. If you book on a Sunday through Thursday vs Friday and Saturday, it's literally half price. I always book on a Thursday at pay $325 vs $650 at the Flamingo. Thursday is just as good as Friday, but half off.
     
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    The e-mail I received for Flamingo stated:

    'Monday-Thursday- $400 with a bottle, $250 with 2 complimentary cocktails
    Friday/Sunday- $575 with a bottle, $475 with 2 complimentary cocktails
    Saturday- $800 with 2 bottles, $650 with 2 complimentary cocktails'
     
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    You're not that far off, :faint:

    I got an MGM cabana last summer and had a $1000 minimum. We had no problem meeting that requirement. Everything was crazy overpriced
     
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    Unfortunately, our date is pretty much locked. We are heading in to Vegas Tuesday July 1 and MGM considers Wed July 2 through Sunday the 6th all "weekend". We already booked for the 3rd.

    But I know the price of the cabana: $600 worth of food and drink for that day. The question I have is what will $600 buy me at the MGM pool through their cabana server. But I am also trying to see what I can expect?. breakfast stuff for when we get there at 10? decent lunch or even an early dinner menu? or is it all snacks and finger foods?
     
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    Hope this helps.

    "Cabana cost includes beverage and food service featured in our Private Dining Menu from the Cabana Grille up to the amount of your cabana rental fee"

    https://www.mgmgrand.com/pdf/cabana-grill-menu.pdf
     
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    This was the menu they had when I got the cabana last summer. I would describe the quality as upscale bar food. I remember the fruit bowl being very good
     
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    Is there a second page to that MGM grill menu....doesn't load on my PC.
    Seem to remember the pizza being twice as expensive on the old menu and there being bottles of vodka etc.
     
  13. jhpa

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    perfect!

    Thanks
     
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    No second page. I tried Firefox also just in case and still doesn't load up.

    Didn't get the pizza when we did the cabana last July so don't know about that.
     
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    Glad its not just me....they definitely used to have bottles of spirits etc on there last year.
     
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    I don't see it on the menu but I know we got a couple of chicken tender platters @ $50/each this past weekend
     
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    The menu we got was not for individuals but more platters of chicken fingers nd. Huge bowl of nachos. We did get breakfast when we arrived at mgm but they said it was an exception and not typical, whether they lied or not I dunno.

    I have the executive cabana booked for end of this month at Monte Carlo for a $600 f&b credit. They said food can be ordered from The Pub so hopefully it's better than MGM.
     
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    Here is the official cabana menu. You can also order from the Cabana Grill, but you have to ask.
     

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    $55 for a pizza...interesting
     
  20. DReynolds86

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    Does anyone have a copy of Caesars or Paris' menus?
     
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