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Flamingo Cabana costs 6/5 or 6/6

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by cp13, May 27, 2015.

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  1. cp13

    cp13 Tourist

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    All i called and got quoted prices for cabanas at the adult pool for Friday June 5th and Saturday June 6th.

    Friday- $700 plus 18% gratuity( includes one bottle plus mixers)

    Saturday- $800 plus 18% gratuity (includes one bottle plus mixers)

    I've seen people asking about prices before so I thought I would share.

    Also if anyone has rented one lately is this what you were actually charged- wondering if Friday might be less if its not "packed"

    Trying to decide if it will be worth the cost for my group. :beer:
     
  2. kewidogg

    kewidogg Low-Roller

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    Thanks cp13!!

    My 2 cents is that it's a scam.

    Not literally, but they are really being jackasses compared to other cabanas.

    Take the MGM pools for example, they do a cabana for nearly the same price (actually I think it might be identical..700 or 800 even Saturday) + 18%, EXCEPT it's a food and beverage min. Meaning you are basically opening a tab for $700 and they throw in a cabana.

    1 bottle + mixers at Flamingo?? Wow, sooooo generous... :)
     
  3. kps

    kps High-Roller

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    I agree with kewi which is why we have done MGM and also Monte Carlo's pools for that reason. You're basically paying $826 for 1 bottle of liquor and a cabana.

    Why not go early, get 2 chairs and start a tab??? You'll save a ton if you want to go to the GO Pool.
     
  4. 1slomofo

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    Good info... Always wondered how much lighter my wallet would get to be in one of those..


    turns out it would be empty!
     
  5. NJS24

    NJS24 Low-Roller

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    FYI, yesterday and during the week it is $400 at the Go Pool
     
  6. wishman35

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    Yeah the "rent" fee sucks compared to food/drink minimum. If Flamingo did food drink minimum I would be all over it.
     
  7. cp13

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    thanks for the input everyone. food/beverage minimum sounds a lot better. Think the plan will be snag a couple chairs and see if the cabanas are cheaper if they don't fill up. Gonna have a blast either way!!!
     
  8. kewidogg

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    Same plan. If they aren't full by 11/noon gonna go lowball an offer
     
  9. Mancation 2011

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    My buddies and I are going to the Flamingo July 9 - 12 and have a day bed for $300. Not sure if this includes any drinks but I am pretty sure it doesnt.

    We like doing the day bed better because you are right on the pool. We met some people one year out there and hung out with them in their cabana and didnt like it because you seemed to be away from all the action.
     
  10. jf3976

    jf3976 High-Roller

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    Totally agree with this - I scoped out pools and cabanas at Cosmo last trip. I'd prefer a cabana for shade and other amenities, but want to be AT the pool. Planet Hollywood has some on poolside and Im seriously considering it.
     
  11. kewidogg

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    Agreed, same with MGM Pool (not Wet Republic but the main MGM pools). We got one right on the lazy river that was awesome. Maybe 10 steps out and you were in the river which was great.
     
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