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Which hotel has the BEST private pool cabana?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by samanthaelizabeth, Jul 30, 2014.

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  1. samanthaelizabeth

    samanthaelizabeth Low-Roller

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    Which hotel has the BEST private pool cabana? I want to reserve about 9 months in advance. I was planning on staying at The Bellagio but not sure anymore...
     
  2. Jordan

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    The word "BEST" it is so subjective you many not get any responses to this post, or they will likely be all over the place.

    It would probably help if you list the amenities you require and or some details on what you need the "BEST" of?
    BEST PRICE/BEST FOOD/ etc...

    Just ,my $.02 ... cheers
     
  3. Sonya

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    I agree with G. What do YOU mean by best? Best music? Best crowd? Least crowd? Most private? Best food? Best drink service? Best prices for what you get? Best looking people?
     
  4. samanthaelizabeth

    samanthaelizabeth Low-Roller

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    Sorry! I mean the nicest amenities, flat screen, furniture, etc. I am looking for something with a "WOW" factor. I am thinking it would probably be the Wynn or Bellagio??
     
  5. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I would say Wynn
     
  6. pleepleus

    pleepleus 2016 - The monkey is back

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    If you're not looking for a party scene, I highly recommend the Mandarin Oriental. Great service and very relaxing.
     
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    I have heard Wynn and Bellagio. I am contemplating a bungalow at MB this weekend, which supposedly has a private pool area.
     
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    Aria not to be overlooked in this discussion, either. Great amenities.
     
  9. samanthaelizabeth

    samanthaelizabeth Low-Roller

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    Aria's do look pretty nice, I have to say!!
     
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    What are the amenities in the Aria cabanas? I have not been in one. Thanks
     
  11. Robrasta

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    Paid $200 for Saturday Cabana @ ARIA a few weeks ago. Full service. Water, snacks and fruits complimentary. Large TV, misters, couch (more of a padded bench), fridge, and small table for four located inside cabana. 4 padded lounge chairs located in front of cabana door/private "porch". Cabana 31 was 25 steps to pool (great for people watching) with restrooms right behind (saw only dozen or so people enter restrooms throughout day so most pool folks werent aware of them - nice).
     
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    That seems like an excellent price. Were you there on a weekend or weekday?
     
  13. mutigers

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    Did you get that rate booking ahead of time (they quoted me $250 week day) or did you just wait until day of? I'm trying to decide which I should do.
     
  14. Robrasta

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    It was a Saturday (7/9) Stayed in Aria Suites.. Website inquiry a week ahead quoted a summer price of $450. . I contacted our concierge the Tuesday prior and she quoted $200. SOLD! Keep in mind there is no food/beverage credit with the reservation (like you get at some other hotels). We spent 7 hours in Cabana, had 5 or 6 rounds of drinks for 4 people plus lunch and the food/bev bill came to about $275 before tip. Had a great time - money well spent.
     
  15. dianenjnj

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    i love the private garden bungelow cabanas at Mandalay Bay. pool shared with around 10 cabanas...very private area and great service...expensive though,@$ 525.
     
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    Mandarin is very good.
     
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