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Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by mstefaniw, May 26, 2015.

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  1. mstefaniw

    mstefaniw Tourist

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    If staying at Flamingo, are all CET pools able to be used, free of charge?
     
  2. NewOrleansSlimm

    NewOrleansSlimm Low-Roller

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    no, you need a room key that goes with each hotel/pool
     
  3. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    The following text is from the total rewards faq website: This text is located on several of the pool pages.

    "The pool is not open to the public, however, if you are a guest at another Caesars Entertainment property you can enter at no charge by showing your room key."
     
  4. ICallHimGamblor

    ICallHimGamblor Low-Roller

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    I thought the title said "Cat Pools" and I'm really disappointed in this thread.
     
  5. KKB

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    From Caesars pool site:
    "The pool is exclusively for Caesars Palace and Nobu Hotel guests. However, those 21 and older staying at Caesars Entertainment properties may enter for a fee (based on available seating)."

    I don't see the same wording on the Flamingo site, but I believe they, too, no longer allow guests of other CET properties for free. (tho moot if you are staying there)

    I believe other properties are reciprocal--of course, the other pools are subpar to Flamingo or Caesars.
     
  6. leo21

    leo21 VIP Whale

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    When was that dated as that is an old policy. The current pool policies are usually listed on each hotels page but no, just being a guest will not get you into any other hotel's pool for free. The less popular ones will let you in but the more popular ones will charge. Let's be realistic: Would it really be fair to give someone free reign at Caesar's pools just for paying a fraction of the cost at a lesser hotel?
     
  7. sublarry

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    I stayed at IP a couple years ago and it was going to be $25 for the flamingo pool. I waddled myself back to the IP pool. You could use Harrah's at none extra charge, but it was no better than the IP.
     
  8. mstefaniw

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    Thanks for all the answers,we are happy with the flamingo pools because we have 4 grandkids staying with us, just wanted to take a look at Caesars across street.
     
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    You can get into the Caesars pool area if you tell them you are there to gamble at the swim up black jack tables.
     
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    I didn't take them up on it but while staying at the Cromwell last week, I was told I could use the pool at Ceasars, Flamingo and Bally's I think for no fee.
     
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