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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by racer, Oct 28, 2011.
Oh, I thought the timeshare thing was sarcasm
nope. If we end up going to Vegas and don’t go to the pitch, we get charged regular room rates plus resort fees for entire trip.
Thinking of perhaps doing Vegas in mid-September. Would love to do Circa Swim on a Saturday. What's the best way to go about that? Would most likely just be with the GF at that time. Lounge chair? General admission for a couple hours then leave?
If you are there early enough then you should be able to secure lounge chairs in a decent spot. If you don’t want to worry about it though then you can get a daybed.
I see on their website they have lounge chairs with a $200 min spend. I guess you can buy those ahead of time to guarantee a spot as opposed to getting there early and hoping to snag one?
Yes. In the scheme of vegas… food and drink at stadium swim isn’t horribly priced so you guys will have a good day if you just want to guarantee your spot. The food is also better than it needs to be for that type of venue (in my opinion)
Anyone ever done this? I've been curious for a while and I'm going out there without the wife in a few weeks. What she doesn't know won't hurt her.
Doing a couples trip (8 of us) in October and staying at MGM. Want a cabana with a tv on saturday for football and sports gambling purposes. There are like 8 different regions in the MGM pool to get a cabana and I'm unsure where to pull the trigger. We don't want to be in a loud ass day club area but want good scenery and have an open budget.
Any recommendations for a certain part of their pool or somewhere nearby thats worth leaving our hotel for the day?
Dip out of that couples trip ASAP. Go by yourselves.
But to answer the question, probably private reserve unless you want to people watch the lazy river, then west river
This is a nice development