Pools in Las Vegas

Aug 28th, 2007, 06:49 PM
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We have been to LV in April and the pool atmosphere depends on the weather. Some of the pools are not heated and therefore although the sun is hot the water is still chilly. The quiet pools for relaxing and reading are Bally's and Paris. You can also find a quiet area at Monte Carlo away from the lazy river and wave pool. Haven't been to the Aladdin since they started renovations so I don't know if they have done any work in the pool area there.
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Sep 30th, 2007, 02:26 PM
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Has anyone been to the pool in Paris. We are staying at Bally's and their pool is closed in November but I called Paris and Bally's customers can use their pool.
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Sep 30th, 2007, 02:58 PM
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kit, it is going to be too cold in November in Las Vegas to use an outdoor pool.
Oct 2nd, 2007, 08:25 PM
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The pool at Paris is a very nice, quiet area. It may be too cold to swim but if you have a sunny day the pool area will be a great place to relax, read a book, catnap or have a cool one. I like going to the pool for a bit of "quiet time" whenever I'm in Las Vegas.
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Oct 3rd, 2007, 02:51 PM
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That is why I wanted the pool too. Thanks to you and Go Travel for answering my query.
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May 7th, 2008, 07:22 AM
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Last visit to Mirage's pool was awful. Lounge chairs were literally touching each other, like sardines in a can. It was difficult to find 2 chairs together, which finally ended up being in the middle of a row. Hard to even get to the chairs w/o spilling others' drinks. It was very much like college spring break, loud, empty cups not cleaned up, absolutely awful.
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May 7th, 2008, 07:49 AM
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Lounge chairs were literally touching each other, like sardines in a can.

This was my experience at the Venetian a couple of weeks ago, too. If your lounge is in the middle of a row, you literally have to crawl onto it. Not a pretty picture (me doing that, I mean!)
Jun 16th, 2011, 07:15 AM
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For those that are finding this thread recently: 2011

My husband and I took our annual trip to Vegas last Spring, and seeking a quiet, calm pool to relax around before our gourmet chef's tastings in the evening. We booked at the Paris as it was SUPPOSED to qualify for our quiet criteria. Alas! There was loud, thumping dance music/live DJ most of the day. So, we found we had downgraded the pool ambiance for more quiet - only to find the Paris had changed their 'mood' around their large bathtub they call a pool. Not private - not quiet... be forewarned!
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