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DTG and GN pool policies: outside food/drinks

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by mkcoroner, Jul 15, 2014.

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  1. mkcoroner

    mkcoroner Low-Roller

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    Anyone know pool policies for DTG and GN regarding outside food/drinks? What can you bring in? Can I bring a backpack or small cooler containing beers (cans; no glass)? I'm planning on buying a variety of canned craft beers and would like to enjoy them at the pool. How about a McDonald's cup to pour them into? Thanks! MK
     
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    LoveDowntownVegas Low-Roller

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    DTG has a no outside food or drink policy. They have water available as you walk in (a water dispenser, not bottled water) but you can't take anything in. As I was leaving they asked two people to dispose of their red solo cup drinks prior to entering. I can't speak for GN.
     
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    WannabeinLV Newbie

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    My wife and I have taken outside drinks into the GN pool numerous times in the last couple years with no problem. The only comment was from a server asking us not to bring glass bottles. Have brought six packs to enjoy at the hot tub and adult pool at night as well.
     
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    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    WOW GREAT NEWS!!

    Is that oh during the evening?
     
  5. iluv2fish

    iluv2fish Tourist

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    Am at the GN right now. No outside food or drinks allowed at either pool during the day. Not sure of evening rules. I did manage to bring bottled water in my beach bag because a bottle of water is $3.24!
     
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    WannabeinLV Newbie

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    We are usually at the pool/hot tub in the evenings but have taken drinks in during the day, usually in a swim bag not just walking in with a case of beer. Last time was about a year ago and many staff saw us grab drinks out of our bag. Maybe they are getting more strict on enforcing their policy.
     
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