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Pools for 50 year old couple

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by jbrown99, Apr 23, 2015.

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  1. jbrown99

    jbrown99 Newbie

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    We're heading to Vegas in a few weeks. My wife and I are both 50 years old...haven't been to Vegas in forever and we're READY for a fun, long weekend! We'd like to hang out by the pools during the day. Any suggestions? We're even considering European style pools, but don't want to feel or look like we're 100 years old either! LOL :beer:
     
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    TriggerMN High-Roller

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    Try the Paris. It's really laid back, there are always a ton of free lounge chairs, and the music is loud enough that you can listen if you want, but soft enough that you can tune it out if you're reading or conversing.
     
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    Bommen High-Roller

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    Whats your price range? There is nothing better then Wynncore┬┤s euro sections.
     
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    Snidely VIP Whale

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    I agree with Wynn. Paris is way too laid back for me. It's pretty dead there. Caesars and Venetian/Palazzo are nice, also.
     
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    I would recommend Bellagio or Wynn with Bellagio being my favorite. Those pools have many different areas, some that are secluded and smaller, but both are not kid friendly. Venetian is good as well but it didn't feel as intimate and relaxing as the other two.

    I would absolutely stay away from Flamingo, MGM, Mirage, and Mandalay Bay... those are highly kid friendly pools. Caesars has many pools.

    Other pools are geared more toward partying rather than relaxing, IMO.
     
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    My suggestion would be Encore...very relaxing!
     
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