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Pool and cabana at Downtown Grand

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels' started by BayouBengal, Feb 3, 2016.

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  1. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

    Jan 1, 2014
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I am making my first foray into actually staying downtown instead of just visiting for an afternoon. I plan on taking advantage of the pool at DTG and the only info on the website is their food and drink menu. There isn't any info on cabanas. Even though the casino is often kind of dead I hear the hotel is often high occupancy so does this translate to a busy pool? I'll be hitting the pool with a couple of friends so having a reserved place or some shade would be nice. Also, any chance they offer any poolside gaming?
  2. LoveDowntownVegas

    LoveDowntownVegas High-Roller

    Jul 14, 2014
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I have been to the pool once; it was not crowded and the people that were there we all probably over 40 (myself included). I honestly didn't pay attention to the cabanas. I do recall some daybed looking setups but I just snagged a chair w/ an umbrella and was good to go. had a lovely cocktail waitress but no poolside gaming.
  3. hail2skins

    hail2skins VIP Whale

    Mar 10, 2011
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    The DTG does have cabana areas but they are very spartan, basically separated seating areas with a cover on top to provide a little shade. Nothing at all like a traditional cabana totally enclosed with a fan, TV, fridge, etc.

    DTG also does have (or at least used to have) a few blackjack tables on the pool deck, but I don't know when they are open (perhaps only on weekends) and what the conditions are (likely 6/5).
  4. gpenguins67

    gpenguins67 High-Roller

    Oct 29, 2012
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    We did the cabana back is September. I think it was a minimum $200 or $250 spending for food and beverage. All the previous comments already hit the mark for the details
    Is it anything special: No not really. Its not a strip cabana by any means. Its just 3 couches and a table in a covered area. No privacy.... its all wide open. No safe, no tv.
    Is it worth the money: If you are going with a few people and gonna spend that much on food / drinks combined anyways....... then yes I would say it is worth it. The way that pool is laid out Its all open and if you are under the sun all morning there is very little place for cover from the sun so having the covered cabana is nice.
    When we were there the pool area really wasn't busy at all so it wasn't like you couldn't find a seat like you might see at Golden Nugget during peak times.
    We had breakfast.... the food was decent.. nothing gourmet but it was good food and big portions for the price.
  5. Joe

    Joe VIP Whale

    Sep 11, 2009
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Pool pic at DTG


  6. reedy

    reedy Low-Roller

    Sep 16, 2009
    Chevy Chase, MD
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I enquired last year. Did not end up going. See below email reply.

    Dear Mr. ****

    We will be happy to assist you with your semi private cabana inquiry. Our rates for semi private cabanas are Food & Beverage minimum credit. Securing a reservation would lock the price to its lowest. These rates will increase with business volume.

    All our semi private cabanas are oversized comparatively to industry standards.

    As of right now, on August 24th, 2015

    · 10 Person Semi Private cabana $200.00* Food & Beverage minimum. An auto-gratuity of 18% will apply and sales tax.

    We do require that you complete, sign, scan and return the attached credit card authorization form to secure the Semi Private cabana and rate. We have a 24 hours cancellation policy.
    The Semi Private Lounge is yours for the duration of the opening hours of the pool, starting at 9 am to 8 pm**. You must check in at the towel booth before or by 11 am on the day of to avoid forfeiting your Semi Private Lounge and be charged for cancellation.
    *Prices are subject to change. Only credit card reservations may secure pricing.
    ** Times are subject to change
    cid:[email protected]
    If you have any further question, Please do

    Jerome Jeannest
    Chef Concierge
    Member of Les Clefs d’Or
    e: [email protected]
    d: 702.719.5174
    c: 702.900.3210

    206 N 3rd Street Las Vegas, NV 89101

  7. Loverboy

    Loverboy Low-Roller

    Feb 21, 2016
    Long Beach,Indiana
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Even though I'm a Emerald with Boyd''. When staying at Mss or Fremont as long as you have your room key DTG will let u use there pool'''

    Pretty nice of them...so I usually throw a few hundys around on vp'''---...thanks for tip
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