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Hotel Pools Mandarin Oriental and Cosmpolitan

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by shemesh, Aug 15, 2015.

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  1. shemesh

    shemesh Low-Roller

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    If you are staying at the hotel, do they charge you to sit in their chairs?

    Is there any free service for hotel guests? Such as water, towels, newspaper, drinks , snacks etc?

    The pools that come to mind are mandarian oriental and cosmopolitan?

    Any tips for a vegas pool visit in one of those hotels?

    Is the pool water actually clean?

    Thanks!
     
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    LVHooked High-Roller

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    Does your mom know your online?
     
  3. shemesh

    shemesh Low-Roller

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    Sorry, did you take offense to my question?

    Only looking for some tips , never been to vegas, ive read certain places charge $50 or more just for a chair, but thought it was odd if you are a guest at the same hotel?
     
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    Can help with Mandarin --

    If you're staying there, no charge for a chair but there will be a charge for a cabana. Throughout the day servers bring by small snacks --I remember frozen fruit and smoothies -- and there's an actual cafe from which you can order. I left a tip on the table next to my chair when I left for the snacks and general attentiveness.

    Pool water was clean.

    It's a very relaxing pool experience especially compared with many other places in Vegas.
     
  5. shemesh

    shemesh Low-Roller

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    thanks for the tip that is great to hear, seems like a wonderful place, was it easy to get a chair there , i heard there are 2 pools? a lower and upper? best time of the day to go?
     
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    TheCooler Professional Gambler and the Best Football Handica

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    No disrespect shemesh, but the (many) posts you are making contain questions that have mostly been asked before. This site has a great search function that will provide you with nearly any answer you're looking for.
     
  7. Stdavis0728

    Stdavis0728 Tourist

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    Cosmo has chairs that you have to pay for, and free ones as well. You obviously
    Must be a hotel guest and show to your key card to enter. There is a bar, and a restaurant. Also waitresses that will come around and take your order.
     
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    good to know, i heard that cosmo has a few pools, is the main one the best? im guessing we will try to reach there by 10:00am, we are going labor day weekend hope its not too packed
     
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    I've only been to the boulevard pool that overlooks the strip. Pretty awesome view. It was pretty dead in the morning when I was there in May. It wasn't the weekend though, and certainly not a holiday weekend. I'm sure it will get packed early.
     
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    10 am on labor day weekend, not a chance there is a chair left.
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    No need to search for most items. Scroll down through a few pages of postings and 90% of the questions have been asked multiple times with some great answers.
     
  13. shemesh

    shemesh Low-Roller

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    wow chairs filling up before 10am. that is kind of weird, how early do u need to get there? or how late? what are the typical pool hours
     
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    Cosmo has 2995 hotel rooms, I would imagine they will be close to sold out. The pool is party central at cosmo so they will fill up almost immediately. If you aren't walking in when they open at 8am no chance at a chair.
     
  15. shemesh

    shemesh Low-Roller

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    thanks for this advice, never imagined it so, guess my pool plans are off, didnt come to vegas to be up at 8am just to get a damn pool chair , am from SOCAL the pacific is my backyard.
     
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    ajp High-Roller

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    You didn't think a pool with a day club in one of the hippest strip hotels on a long weekend would be busy?
     
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    8:00am?????? who the hell wakes up at that time in vegas to get a poolchair, i guess i am just not used to the vegas culture

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    anyways thanks for the advice honestly, im glad i know now
     
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    If you want a chair pay for one, it is yours all day. Vegas isn't cheap, if you aren't ready to shell out cash which based on your other posts you arent, a busy weekend is probably the worst time to go.
     
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    true , thanks for this insight
     
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