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Paris pool

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by cyvegasgirl, Jun 17, 2012.

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  1. cyvegasgirl

    cyvegasgirl Tourist

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    Heading back out on Labor day and staying at Paris for the first time. Opinions on the pool? Cabana? Will be a mid week stay (Monday - Wednesday).
    Thanks!
     
  2. engicedave

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    Big and round
    Not deep
    Not in sun after about 4pm
    Cabana's are tents with fans and stuff listed on website, a villa is much nicer
     
  3. Leeza14

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    We always stay there mid-week and have always loved the pool there. It's pretty mellow and not ever super busy. That's why we like it.
     
  4. sybgal

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    We also love the pool. Our experience has been about 3/4 shade very-very early in the am but by 11 or so mostly sun. It is pretty laid back with music you can relax with - not bothersome and also very few, if any kids around. We love it because we can get a great foo-foo drink, lay out and actually talk to each other. Loungers are usually not a problem during the week too. Have seldom seen anyone in the cabanas. Another great thing is the restrooms are very close by - you don't have to walk a mile to get to one. Hope you have a great time!!
     
  5. Albrecht77

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    See the "Pool at Paris??" thread.

    Lot of info on there & I was just there a few weeks ago. Nice quite, chill place while I was there.

    @albrecht77
     
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