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Paris Pool Villas questions...

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by ejeffo, Jan 8, 2014.

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  1. ejeffo

    ejeffo Low-Roller

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    Let me know about the villas at the Paris pool... We may be staying there next July and would be great ti get a villa. Are they in good locations? What are the current costs? Does anyone have pictures of them?

    Thanks!
     
  2. ejeffo

    ejeffo Low-Roller

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    Nothing? Okay then, how about the cabanas?
     
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    dankyone VIP Whale

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    If they are at the Paris pool, they are not in a good location.
     
  4. josassoc

    josassoc Low-Roller

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    Paris Pool Villas vs. Cabanas

    I've purchased groupons for the past couple of years and gotten great deals on both the Paris cabanas and pool villas. The cabanas are softer tents, with the typical amenities (TV, table/chairs, frig, misters) and a small courtyard area in front which is partially fenced and allows for 2-3 loungers. The distinguishing feature for the Villas is that they are hard walled buildings, about 100sqft each and air conditioned. The villa courtyards are larger and each feature four loungers, with each having a small tree for potential shade.

    The Paris pool is nice, but it is not a "party" pool and offers virtually no shade. Past rates on groupon have been $119 for cabana and $149 for villa, including 4 drink vouchers (usually $15 drinks each).
     
  5. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    If you're going to pay for a cabana at a CET property, get one at Flamingo or Caesars Palace for the pool itself, or Planet Hollywood for the scenery.
     
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