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Golden Nugget Infinity pool questions

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by DonnyC, May 2, 2013.

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  1. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    Hey all,

    I believe it is in a spot called the Hideout, and is open weather permitting.

    I will be arriving for 1 night Wednesday may 22(then moving to the strip) at about 6:30pm at the Golden Nugget.

    I have stayed before but not yet spent anytime at the infinity pool - which is on my to do list!

    I would appreciate any info on the infinity pool that you might have.

    Did anyone go there at night (I believe it is open until 1:00am or 2:00am weather permitting)

    Did anyone go there late night, is the bar still open late night?

    We are looking at going to the infinity pool at either 7:00pm -8:00pm (but then we have to shower before we go out for the night, or we would end the night at midnight there, sit and have some drinks...but be disappointed if it were closed.
     
  2. Mitkraft

    Mitkraft High-Roller

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    We were there back in November so it wasn't pool weather. But we did go to check out the pool area late one night, there were plenty of people on main pool level. The infinity pool area wan't closed off or anything but it was completely empty. Not sure what its like in summer but seemed like its be a neat place to get away. Even the few Cabanas were not closed off.
     
  3. OnTheHorizon

    OnTheHorizon Low-Roller

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    We got a cabana in the Hideout area -- it was very nice and a lot less crowded (you can always use the main pool if you want). The hideout is also reserved for 16 and older (at least it used to be).
     
  4. Rumdranker

    Rumdranker Low-Roller

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    I stayed in March during Easter weekend. I first went up around 10 pm. Totally empty, just walked up and sat on one of the ($20?) Lounge chairs and lit enjoyed the surroundings, view and cigar. Later, a younger crowd used the pool.

    I did not notice the bar open, but during the hour I was there a young lady came by twice to see if I wanted anything.

    There is a fee for a seat, or cabana during peak hours, not sure what they are. I thought they were a little ridiculous, but that's just way of thinking.

    A great area to explore, I think a lot of people miss it because they don't know its there.
     
  5. StuartUK

    StuartUK Low-Roller

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    Sweet!!!!!!
    Am staying there memorial wkend, so plan on grabbing an empty pool on the Sunday night (around midnight or later!)
    Having the infinity pool to ourselves will make for a nice treat! (if it works out that way!)
     
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