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casino temps in Feb

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by GES774, Jan 26, 2013.

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  1. GES774

    GES774 Tourist

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    have always been to Vegas in summer or fall.....and a/c was abundant so always wore extra clothes inside....how about 1st of Feb....will it be the same. I know it will be chilly outside but how about inside?
     
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    They keep it somewhere between "comfortable" and "cool" - year round. Depends on the property. I'd err on the side of "cool" and bring a sweatshirt or zip-up you can throw on over your normal clothes just in case.
     
  3. GES774

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    thanks will throw in an extra sweatshirt or light hoodie.
     
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    Casinos are like movie theaters- always a little on the chilly side, no matter when you go.
     
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    It will not be "hot". Maybe not as cool as summer though.
     
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    Even during the summer, sometimes it is so cold in the casinos that I can't wait to get outside in the 100 degree heat.
     
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    Maybe my internal thermometer is off a bit, but I always find that casinos are way too hot in the winter --> so bad that I can't even play in some (ie. Tropicana)

    P.S. No hot flashes - LOL.
     
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    re: Tropicana.... I do remember walking through there one day. We were going to play their promo deal, but is was too hot to stay. Cashed out and left. do not think we ever left anywhere due to temp before.
     
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    Was there last week when the temps were in the 20's and 30's outside. The casino's were all warm and cozy. Mostly about 70° to 72° inside. I wore a long sleeved shirt with a medium windbreaker over it. Kept the windbreaker on, but unzipped it in the casino's and I felt just right.

    After quite a few rounds of 'antifreeze', I did warm up a little indoors, but it's better than being cold.
     
  10. LucyR.

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    I was in Vegas last year for my Feb. Birthday

    I knew it was going to be cool or cold in Vegas so I packed some warm clothes and a warm jacket.
    My best friends took only summer clothes and no jackets. My friend knew it was going to be 40degrees. "DUH"....

    We were walking around downtown when all of a sudden the cold winds showed up. My friend had to buy a warm jacket to keep warm. She was
    looking for a cheapy deal and we walked all over to find a jacket.

    The Flamingo Hotel was nice and warm..... not hot.

    I will be returning back to the Flamingo to celebrate my birthday again
    in Feb. I will be attending the Chinese New Year parties for my birthday
    and I plan to see the PeepShow at PH the next day with some friends who
    live in Vegas.

    My advise is to take a hoody jogging jacket and you will be fine outside.
    I plan to back my eye gooles sp to protect my eyes from the winds. Lucy
     
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    Windy in Feb.

    Pack a hoody jogging jacket to protect your ears from the winds.

    The Flamingo was warm and not hot in Feb. last years.

    I will be going back to the Flamingo in Feb. for my birthday.
    I plan to also pack eye googles sp to protect my eyes from the winds.
    I have a vision problem and need to protect my eyes. Yes, I look silly
    but my eyes are protected. Lucy
     
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