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First timer... nice pool area?

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First timer... nice pool area?

Couple in mid 40's...First time for me in vegas... looking for a average hotel but with a nice pool area...help with suggestions... Dont need high end hotel- only there to sleep... help!!!!

milwaukee
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1. Re: First timer... nice pool area?

MGM Grand sounds like what your looking for. Monte Carlo is another good budget option but MGM Grand is one of the nicer pools on the strip.

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The Mirage

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I'll second the MGM..

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4. Re: First timer... nice pool area?

I would have to agree with MGM, awesome pool. Monte Carlo is another good option and it would most likely be a bit cheaper than MGM, it has a really nice pool area as well. One plus with MGM is they let you bring in outside drinks while Monte Carlo does not.

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5. Re: First timer... nice pool area?

What kind of nice pool area are you looking for?

Quiet and relaxing? Fun pools -- wave pool, lazy river? Lots of loungers and good drink service?

At the lower end, Flamingo and Monte Carlo.

MGM Grand at a middle range.

Mandalay Bay has the best pool complex, but it tends to be very busy.

At the more relaxed level, Aria, Bellagio, Ceasars and Venetian/Palazzo, but all of these are more expensive hotels.

Many people recommend Mirage, but it tends to be very busy and crowded, which can make it less relaxing.

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