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Vegas in November

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by jam13rel, Aug 25, 2013.

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  1. jam13rel

    jam13rel Tourist

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    im coming to Vegas, staying at The Mirage from 13th-18th November, what will the strip be like then? Will it still be busy as its out of season? Well The Mirage be full/busy?
     
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    I dont think "full" or "busy" will be the vibe. I have been in Dec, and Feb., w Dec. being the ultimate dead spot, there is nothing busy feeling about the off season. It wont be a ghost town, LV never is, but you wont feel that hustle and bustle vibe all over the city like you do during the busy times.
     
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    The marathon is on Nov 17th so that may make it a little busier than other November weekends.
     
  4. jam13rel

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    i only ask as i stayed last october from the 18th-23rd and iy seemed fairly busy. Just wondered how November compared to October.
     
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    November is a lot slower than October, but if you're there to gamble, you'll still have fun. The clubs and bars will be a lot more empty though.
     
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    We have gone for a few Novembers...

    What I have found, and it really applies to almost any time of the year not just November, is that places that are busy will always be busy and places that are traditionally "slow" will become dead when its a quieter time of the year.

    So if you are going to places like The Strip, Mirage, Bellagio, Caesars - where people just naturally go and are out and about you won't notice much of a change when its a quiet time of year... but if you head to some places like Riviera, Stratosphere , Mandalay Bay, as examples for places that can get quiet from time to time, they can be totally dead during the day and overall pretty quiet at night.
     
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    Going in November also. Looking forward to the thinner crowds. Just hope I can swim at the pool at the GN.:peace:
     
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    The Golden Nugget pool is open year round.

    Its actually not too bad in the winter because there isn't much of a breeze getting in there and they have fire pits set up.

    Only downside might be that its open to the public in winter months so you might get a lot of people just walking through to see the shark tank
     
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    Thanks Augie, do you know if the pool I heated? Thanks dude.:peace:
     
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    I have no idea... we've gone there a few times in November and December and we like to get some drinks and then go sit by the side of the pool at the fire pits - it can be nice and quiet and relaxing.
     
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