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Best way to get into different pools

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by herder, Jun 2, 2017.

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  1. herder

    herder Low-Roller

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    Headed to Vegas later next week and wanted to try out different pools. I definitely want to try out MB and thinking of Caesars and Flamingo as they are both close to Mirage where I will be staying.

    Whats the cheapest way to get into MB pool. I guess I would have to rent a chair at $75 or so. Any other ways? Should I do it online or could I get it cheaper if I just go, probably on a weekday

    I noticed Caesars has a $20 admission for non guest. I think they also have chair and cabana rentals for non guest. Is this the same for the Flamingo?

    Any chance of getting into the other pools around Mirage like Wynn or Venetian? Any suggestions on what pools are the best and is there a way in for non guests?
     
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  2. unlvrobo

    unlvrobo Tourist

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    MB - if weekend, tell them you are going to the pool casino or get a Four Seasons room key on eBay and show it at the front and when they ask your Floor # tell them 35-39

    Caesars has blackjack everyday- tell them you are there to gamble

    Flamingo is free admission for everyone

    Wynn- best way is to go to the cafe , walk to the patio and out the gate to the pool

    Venetian - tell security guard at room elevator you need to go make a spa reservation.... then tell the pool podium person you are eating at Wolfgang puck pool restaurant
     
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  3. romeocasido

    romeocasido High-Roller

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    @unlvrobo. Dude you're awesome. Is there any dining tricks, or club tricks you know of? How about ways to get a cabana?

    I picture your Vegas trips being very similar to Ferris Beuller's day off...

    Anyway. If you can get your hands on a room key you can go to the pool.
     
  4. Patman

    Patman VIP Whale

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    We were at MB early May and they were swiping the room keys. They needed to be active or they wouldn't let you in. Also each person had to have their own key.
     
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  5. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    I doubt their unit would be able to check a Monte Carlo room key though and they have access until ParkMGM's pool opens.
     
  6. Patman

    Patman VIP Whale

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    Maybe or maybe not. It wouldn't be too hard to have that but they may not bother. But it may be just checking that it is an active key and then they would see the resort it is from. Just throwing out the warning. I still have my Bellagio room key as I just flashed it to get into the pool there.
     
  7. NeonTurtle14

    NeonTurtle14 Hot Dogs and Buns

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    LOL I was just laughing and reading the original post to my wife and she said the same thing
     
  8. FullPay

    FullPay When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro

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    Last time I stayed at Casino Royale I walked over to Mirage and made my way towards the Secret Garden, which was closed. A gate in the railing opened onto a path to the pool. I returned later in my swimming trunks and crashed the pool experience. My fourteen year old self could not have been more proud.
     
  9. user3657

    user3657 VIP Whale

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    Last year maquee dayclub had free admission during the weekdays.
     
  10. simundo26

    simundo26 Low-Roller

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    why would you want to go to another hotel pool seems pointless unless its for lazy river at mgm Mandalay Bay
     
  11. Vickismom

    Vickismom Tourist

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    We were at MB a couple weeks ago, and they usually scanned our keys to get in the pool complex. One time, a group in front of us was trying to get in and said they were staying at Monte Carlo, and they still had to produce their keys. At that time, we were waved thru by showing our keys, while that group were trying to find their keys.
     
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