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Pools in mid November?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by MTShooter, Oct 25, 2015.

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  1. MTShooter

    MTShooter Low-Roller

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    I know this has been asked and answered a million times here, but I am just not finding the threads so I apologize in advance.... Will I find any CET properties with open pools week of Nov 16? With the HUGE assumption that will catch a warm 70 deg week or even a single nice day! ;-)
     
  2. cphllps

    cphllps High-Roller

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    Paris is open year round.
     
  3. miniwhale

    miniwhale Low-Roller

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    The pool at Paris is ice cold in 110 degree weather. I can't imagine what it would be like in November!
     
  4. meatwad

    meatwad Tourist

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    Caesars has a heated pool seen people in it last year in Dec. Temp was in the low 60's
     
  5. Firedew

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    I talked to the pool manager at LinQ last week. He said they would have the pool open into mid Dec.
     
  6. MTShooter

    MTShooter Low-Roller

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    Thank you all and in particular Meatwad... I remember now that Venus pool is the only heated pool at CP in winter months. Perfect!
     
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    EastCoastVegasFan! High-Roller

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    It better be heated! LOL!
     
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    Where are you staying--they no longer let anyone staying in CET properties to use every pool.
    If you are PH, Paris, Cromwell or Ballys you can likely use Paris pool.
    LINQ=LINQ
    CP=CP
    Flamingo=not sure where they go, guessing LINQ
    Rio=seasonal, not heated, not sure what pool they could use (guess if you are staying there off season you aren't worried about it)
    (not sure if Rio or Flamingo are open; guessing Flamingo guests could use LINQ; not sure about Rio)
    The long range weather forecast is looking like 60s next weekend when we are there.:Þ Maybe you will get lucky the next week.
     
  9. FloppedASet

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    any info on the bellagio pools into thanksgiving?
     
  10. MTShooter

    MTShooter Low-Roller

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    VIP card claims access to all CET pools. Usually stay CP, but Ballys this trip. Not a huge deal as weather looks to top out at 70 deg 1 or 2 days. May have to do a few hours pool just to say I did in November while the snow starts flying here at home in Montana. :) BTW, in all stays at CP in summer months past 8 years or so, have NEVER been asked for a key or ID when entering pool area (except Venus Pool).
     
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    Last 2 times i stayed at the flamingo i had no problem going to the CP pool, there was no security, no bag check, no key check, you just went outside and grabbed a chair once ina blue moon a girlcame by taking drink order

    Lots of people reading books, lounging but only a couple in the pool if any
     
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