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Who has deep pools right now?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Ruark, Jun 3, 2013.

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  1. Ruark

    Ruark Low-Roller

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    Things are always changing on the strip. What is the CURRENT list of casino/hotels that have pools with "deep ends," say 8 to 9 feet or deeper? I can't STAND these stupid waist-deep puddles.
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    haven't ever seen a pool at a hotel any deeper than 5-6 feet. too much of a liability.
     
  3. jdvegas

    jdvegas VIP Whale

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    I think Bally's is 12 feet deep.

    ...and there is always the deep end of the wave pool at MB (I think it is a good 6 to 8 feet out there)
     
  4. waverunner

    waverunner BBHMM

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    Bally's has the deepest at 12 ft.......the LVH has a 9 footer.
     
  5. Kathy98

    Kathy98 Tourist

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    Do any of these pools have diving boards?
     
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    jdvegas VIP Whale

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    I don't think any of the resorts have diving boards anymore. My guess is the legal liability caused them to be banished.

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    gerry53 VIP Whale

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    pretty sure the riviera has a deep end and the pool area is nice.
     
  8. engicedave

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    I just walked over and looked (I am at Bally's pool), and their deep end is indeed, 12 feet
     
  9. Ruark

    Ruark Low-Roller

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    12 feet???!!! Sounds great! Is there a way for non-Bally's guests to use it, or do you have to be staying there?
     
  10. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    Agree 100 percent about Vegas pools being nothing more than a bunch of waist-high puddles. Just another case of the pussification of America, along with the greed of lawyers.
    Bring back the old-school pool scene, complete with the diving boards.
     
  11. JimRochester

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    And slides. They did away with pool slides years ago and they were so much fun as a kid. Mirage had a small water slide for a while didn't they?
     
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    I think the sign said for $10 non-hotel guests can use the pool. That was just last week. And definitely, 12 feet in the deep end. It was awesome to have an actual deep end (especially for someone who is 6'5, the normal Vegas pool barely comes up to the top of my legs!).
     
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