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Reserved seating at pools

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by herder, Jun 13, 2017.

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  1. herder

    herder Low-Roller

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    can someone recommend a good pool that has reserved seating for a reasonable price? $50-75?

    I'm staying at the mirage and hate how tight the seating is. The reserved seating here is not by the nice pool.

    Went to MB today and got a seat at the wave pool for $50. It was nice to experience the pool and have my seat I can always come back to.

    Any other nice pools were I can get a seat tomorrow? I was looking at bellagio but don't know how the pool is. I would go to MGM but been there many times and want something different


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  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Bellagio is much more tame compared to MB and MGM. if you want a pool more like those two, look at Caesars Palace. But if calm is what you want, Bellagio is good for that. I do not know the rates for one reserved seat, though.
     
  3. deadeyefive

    deadeyefive Tourist

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    Bellagio has a nice reserved area. Shouldn't be too expensive especially mid week. you can check with the concierge. they can probably hook you up...
     
  4. h0llywood

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  5. Dean Martin

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    Bellagio is a nice set up and I think (it's been a few years) we paid $25 per chair weekdays. Only issue is it's one of their smaller pools just like the pool used at the Mirage. If you like the Mirage hotel and casino better, I'd go with the Mirage pool for reserved seating. You can still get up any time you want and walk about 30 feet and go swim/float in the larger pool.
     
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    snoopydogj Low-Roller

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    I think the Mirage pool reserved chair price is $50 now
     
  7. Dean Martin

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    Now that I think about it, I think that's what we paid at Bellagio too. Well worth it IMO if you like to gamble and have coffee in the morning like I do but still want a good poolside chair when you wander out about 11. Plus the rental chairs are super comfy and they come with ice water and at the Mirage they were always bringing around snacks of some sort.
     
  8. spicole

    spicole No shirt, no shoes... NO DICE!

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    My wife reserved a nice lounger at the Bellagio Cypress pool for (I believe) $75/day. There was a dedicated server and lots of shade. She really enjoyed how tranquil and relaxing it was.
     
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    brownies95 Low-Roller

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    Are the prices higher if your not staying at that property?

    Thanks,
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  10. Teachakat

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    I'm coming next weekend and we have reserved 2 "reserved seats" for Sunday and Tuesday @ $50 each. The woman who booked them told me they come with a table and an umbrella. We are looking forward to hanging by the beautiful pool for the day! The Bellagio pool is my favorite because it's green and lush, not marble and hard like the Caesar's pool. Last September, we booked a cabana for 4 of us and loved it. We are only 2 this time, so we don't need that much.

    Have fun!!!
     
  11. Dean Martin

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    Both Bellagio and the Mirage require a room key for entrance to the pool so you have to be staying at the hotel. Last time we were there, they even checked the key in a reader to make sure it was an active key and not from a previous trip or friend. They just about have to do this and I'm glad they do because think about it....if they didn't, a handful of the best pools in Vegas would be overrun with people and there'd be no chairs for anybody. It's part of what people pay for to stay at a particular hotel. I know people that stay at the Mirage primarily because of the great tropical pool.
     
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