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Best Pool (CET Property)

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by LVRaiders, Jan 17, 2020.

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  1. omahatovegas

    omahatovegas Low-Roller

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    After going to vegas for almost 30 years, I ventured out of my norm and used the pool at NYNY during my trip in September. Got there about 4:30, bought an overpriced $30 drink and really enjoyed the pool. Imagine my surprise at 6pm when the lifeguards blew their whistles and said everyone out, pool is closed! WTF? For pete's sake, it's still light out, still in the 90's and you're closing the pool? To save a whopping $40-$50 an hour in lifeguard payroll? $40 a night in resort fees, and the pool is closed 12 hours a day.
     
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  2. wagon b0y

    wagon b0y High-Roller

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    Flamingo my favorite, but i haven't been to ceasers pool.

    I like to party tho
     
  3. Brownyboy

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    We're big fans of the Flamingo too, however it gets crazy busy really early. On our most recent stay last April people were queuing before 8am to get a lounger at 9am opening. Luckily I was diamond so went to the front of the queue at 8.59.

    One thing I never understood is you can't take in any food/water/alcohol however coffee and tea is fine!? Maybe because they don't sell it in the pool area anywhere.

    I also like the Cosmo as the daybeds are just f&b minimums, we got one for $150 around midday on a quiet Tuesday on our honeymoon. Easy to spend that with lunch and mimosas.

    Fancy trying the Cromwell next time, can we use if not actually staying there? We are both diamond if it helps.
     
  4. BTFU

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    The swim up BJ in the Caesars pool used to great time. Got the same level drink you got on the casino floor then 2 years ago they changed the drinks service to 1 8oz or beer per hour to go with the single worst BJ game in Vegas. Can only double on 9,10,11, hit soft 17! Can’t double after split, 6/5, $25 to $50 min on weekends. They will let you order food off the pool menu and eat at the table though.

    Now the craps at GO pool was a $5 min on weekday last summer with decent drink service and a great crew. Great time. Guessing the mins shoot up on the weekends when the D-list celebrity DJs are there.
     
  5. Vegasicons

    Vegasicons Newbie

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    Flamingo has been fun for trips with the guys and with the wife. Loungers fill up but we typically socialize in the pool because is cooler. If you dont think the attached pics looks fun then you might want to clear out around 3 when the booty shaking contest start. flamingo.jpg
     
  6. Jackpot Johnny

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    A vote for Caesars, but Flamingo has an old school charm you can’t get anywhere else (when it’s not too crowded).
     
  7. Barolo

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    Caesars
     
  8. B T

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    I been to Flamingo and Caesars. The family pool at Flamingo's is not fun. Adult pool is fun but last summer the pool was frigid cold meanwhile sun was 100 degrees so didn't mind so.

    Caesars had many pools to chose from so I felt at home there. Main pool is heated so no trouble there year round with the exception of winter time.
     
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  9. dankyone

    dankyone VIP Whale

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    I’m a fan of the huge complex at CP with many different pools/vibes. Cromwell is great, particularly the views—when the club is not in session. The others don’t interest me.
     
  10. B T

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    Paris pool isn't too bad. Pro is the view of the Eiffel tower and some strip. If only it wasn't just a large circular puddle of water.

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