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Golden Nugget exclusive pool

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by dedhd, Mar 28, 2016.

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  1. dedhd

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    Has anyone used this pool on the third floor, 21 and over? Is it worth the extra money and how much does a chaise lounge set you back? Any thoughts would be appreciated!
     
  2. DonnyC

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    Used it once, near the end of the day last year in August (about 1 hour before it closed).

    At that point only 1 or 2 people were there, while the main pool was still busy. The door was open, nobody there charging at that time. I wanted to experience an infinity pool, that was the push for me.

    The pool is a very small area. Having said that I don't think I'd reserve a chair ahead of time and see what type of deal I could swing on the day of.
     
  3. SuzyQ

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    We have used it many times. One of our favs. Not a fan of pools with kids. I don't go to Vegas for kids. We think it is worth the extra cash for adult company.
     
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  4. dedhd

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    how much cash Suzy-Q?
     
  5. iluv2fish

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    I did it for a day. I think it was about $20 when I did it, but the price should be on their website. For me, it was worth it. I don't like crowded, noisy pools full of kids. I have nothing against kids; I teach kindergarten! But on vacation, I look for a little peace and quiet by the pool. It was worth it for me.
     
  6. SuzyQ

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    Thinking about $20 for the day. For an upgraded lounge chair and you can even pick the location.
     
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    thanks we will try it in may!!
     
  8. jintheuk

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    Have used it.IMO definitely worth it, reserved comfy lounger in location of your choice when booked online, versus not finding a lounger in the main pool
     
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    We have used it many times and like many say its nice not fighting for a chair or dealing with the kids. The lounge chairs are 45.00 a day but charge to your room and see if they will comp based off of play on the back end. One thing they are doing now is having a DJ play which is fine but its so damn loud. If your going to try the pool call the nugget and ask for chairs right next to the pool. Have fun and good luck
     
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    WOW $45 a chair. I posted above that It was worth it but we only paid $20 a chair/day about 3 years ago, thats some inflation
     
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