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Flamingo Pool Cabanas & bottles

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by mrdeadx, Oct 26, 2015.

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  1. mrdeadx

    mrdeadx Tourist

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    I give up trying to contact Flamingo pool so I thought I'd see if you guys would know?

    If I wanted a Cabana in the GO Pool on a Saturday for about 8 of us, do you know roughly how much it would cost? Also do they do any kind of daytime bottle service there? It says I can get a bottle of Vodka before 1pm on a thursday for $100 and friday it's $200 but nothing for a saturday. I just assume this is because the price goes up on the saturday and they don't want to show the price?
     
  2. jfaspen

    jfaspen Low-Roller

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    When i called about a Saturday in September. I believe it was a 700$ fee and a 250 minimum spend. That got you one bottle and mixers.
     
  3. mrdeadx

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    Great, thanks for the info!

    So the one bottle and mixers was included in the $700 and then you had a min $250 on top?
     
  4. jfaspen

    jfaspen Low-Roller

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    Yes. I think it was 700+300 spend on sat. 600+250 spend on Friday.
     
  5. Busyman

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    I didn't like the cabanas at the flamingo because they are too far back from the pool and have lots of people in-between.

    I went with a daybed. I was quoted $400 the day before but instead went down to the pool the morning of (when they opened) and got the daybed for less than $200. The daybeds are RIGHT on the edge of the water. I found the cabanas to be worthless.

    I will add that the Flamingo is very nice. This was in June, btw.
     
  6. mrdeadx

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    cool thanks guys. I think the daybed sounds like a good idea seeing as it's close to the water too. Looking forward to trying out the Flamingo!!
     
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