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Pool hopping with Caesars Brands?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by heather.melski, Feb 5, 2015.

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  1. heather.melski

    heather.melski Tourist

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    Last time I was in Vegas was 2011 and we were able to use all Caesars pools (we stayed at Harrah's and swam at Caesars) is this still an option? I read there might be fee? Is there anywhere to find out how much per hotel pool or if weekdays are less than weekends?
     
  2. captainron62

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    This comes up every year, and almost every year it changes. In 2011 you could roam about freely. I believe 2012 was the year of change. I remember one day we strolled from Bally's right into Flamingo on our April trip and then were denied when we came back in Sept. Flamingo go pool is now restricted to guests with certain exceptions. They will permit entry with a fee, and sometimes let girls in free depending on occupancy. As with everything is Vegas I have heard stories of great variance all over the place. The Caesars pool last year was charging $20 to non hotel guests as well. Caesars usually doesn't publish their pool policies until just before their opening and each year it seems like there is a lot of confusion about their implementation until a little time goes by. I tell everyone the only guarantee of pool entry is to stay at that particular hotel.
     
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    Just go to the pools that have gaming (swim up blackjack, etc) and tell them you're there to play. They have to give you access. Once inside, they don't care what you do.
     
  4. Username

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    Do you know what hotels have swim up BJ......we are staying at Harrah's and their pool is nothing to get exited about or bother to use.
     
  5. heather.melski

    heather.melski Tourist

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    This will be my 4th stay at Harrah's. I like the price and location. We have played Blackjack in the Caesars pool before.
     
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    GREAT.........tell me how do you handle your money if you're in a pool ? ? ?
     
  7. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    As far as CET brands are concerned, Caesars Palace is the only pool that has swim-up BJ.
     
  8. undathesea

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    Buy large chips from the casino. $100s/$500s.

    It really isn't even necessary to play though. You just need tell security at the door you're going to play blackjack. They don't have anyone escort you in and check to make sure that you're actually playing.

    Make sure you go to the right pool though.
     
  9. Username

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    OK, but we might want to play a little BJ or even buy some drinks........I guess a credit card would be best for that.
     
  10. Not at the table Carlos

    Not at the table Carlos Low-Roller

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    I bought a product for 10-15 bucks that is basically an airtight bag that you can fit credit cards, cash, iPhone in. And you can use iPhone through the plastic casing. You could take it in pool and not a drop would get in
     
  11. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    Link?
     
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    ziploc.com lol jk
     
  13. heather.melski

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    If anyone hears or goes to use any of the Caesars Entertainment pools and has any updated before June and could let me know that would be appreciated :) Thanks.
     
  14. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    I'm going in April, staying at Harrah's so I'll definitely be pool-hopping. I'll let you know.
     
  15. Username

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    We are too........maybe see ya pool hopping over the fences.....LOL

    Last year we were at Harrah's but had a couple massage at MGM Grand......talked to the check in boy at the counter and he slipped me a lost or old room card and we used that to enter their BEAUTIFUL pool area with it's lazy river...I slipped the kid a fin and we were both HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY.
     
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    The Caesars pool site says it's only for guest but if room is available it's $20 per person and must be 21 years old or older.
     
  17. heather.melski

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    Tell them your their for the Black Jack...that's what I'm going to try.
     
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    Not sure if this is what you are looking for in regards to pool info, but here goes.... I'm headed to Paris in mid-April and I inquired w/ the pool on Cabana pricing. They've already updated their 2015 pricing for their cabanas & villas:

    Cabanas
    M-TH
    $140 (full day)
    F-Sun
    $200

    Villas
    M-TH
    $200
    F-SUN
    $270

    I don't want to sound like a shill for the Paris Pool, but their Cabana & Villa pricing is very low compared to comparable properties. My wife and I have rented a cabana or Villa each of the past 6 years, and the pricing/service/amenities are great. We've also gotten a cabana there while staying at non-CET properties. They also have pricing that includes bottle service on the weekends as well.

    I know the pool isn't the best, but my wife and I have had better experiences with the quality & service of the cabanas (especially the Villas) at Paris than at Mirage or Mandalay Bay.


     
  20. NativeSoCal

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    I carry cash, room key, DL, credit card right in my swim trunks Velcro pocket.
    I swim in the pool. They get wet, but they are unaffected.
    Wet money plays at swim up BJ, or at the pool bars. :thumbsup:
     
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