Monte Carlo

Area: Strip
  • Near MGM Grand, New York New York, Paris and Excalibur.
  • Monte Carlo pub and brewery.
  • Monte Carlo Beach Resort, which has its own river.
  • Magician, Lance Burton, performs here regularly.
  • Brass, marble and granite interior fashioned after European casinos.
  • Heated pool, jacuzzi and kiddie pool.
  • Cigar bar.

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16 responses to “Monte Carlo”

  1. Steve the Texan said:

    Most major hotels will have at least one pool that's technically "open" in December, but don't expect to find people lounging around catching some rays. Las Vegas in December may be less chilly than what you're used to in Canada, but that doesn't mean it's warm. It can be downright cold, in fact. So while there may be a handful of people milling around, looking at the water, there will be no real pool scene to speak of. And most certainly nothing going on at any of the "top-optional" pools.

  2. Samantha said:

    My friend and I are going on the first week of December and I was wondering if you know if they have any pool that will be open. We are from Canada so I'm sure the winter months there will still be warm to us, but I am aware they close there outdoor pools during the winter seasons. Also my friend is looking for a topless pool(just for the experience) do you think any will be open around that time?

  3. Sandy said:

    I am visiting Vegas the first week of November and am wondering if the Monte Carlo pool will be open during that time, or a hot tub? I am from Canada, so even cooler weather in Vegas Nov/Dec is warm enough for being in the pool.
    Thanks in advance for any information you can provide.

  4. Steve the Texan said:

    The Monte Carlo pool will be open during your stay, and Las Vegas weather in late April is very often warm enough for a nice time at poolside. You'll want to keep an eye on the short-term weather forecast, though.

  5. Rene Renauld said:

    Going there April 21-25 2013. Is it hot enough for the pools then??

  6. Steve the Texan said:

    Here are a few links that may be helpful, Carol:

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  7. carol best said:

    will be in vegas next april for 3 weeks. everyone keeps telling us about good hotel deals but must be looking in wrong places as we have not found any help please??

  8. Saranya said:

    The Luxor is the nicest but usnles your planning on driving everywhere it becomes a long walk or tram ride to the rest of the strip. The Monte Carlo Treasure Island are center strip, but also located next to all the new construction being built, if you stay there, get rooms away from the noise use the back entrances for easier access to your car. The Tropicana is an older hotel, not as glitzy as the others but less expensive an easy walk to MGM, NYNY the Excalabur. If you don't have a car, l would suggest you avoid the Luxor pick any of the others.

  9. Steve the Texan said:

    Pool parties are coming to a close now -- most wrap up right around the end of September -- so you'll miss those in your November visit. Here's a link that may be helpful for questions about typical weather:

    * Las Vegas weather / What to pack

  10. Raymond Gilmour said:

    I am planning a visit to this hotel in November this year. Can anyone tell me what the weather will be like and if any of the famous pool parties will be running that time of year?

  11. Steve the Texan said:

    If this is the deal you're thinking of, it's good for stays through Sept. 8, 2011. Use promo code ZBUFH11 and make reservations before the promotion expiration date of June 27, 2011.

  12. jeannie said:

    staying at monte carlo 28 aug for two weeks are the free buffet for two or 2 for 1 buffet still on going in aug

  13. Steve the Texan said:

    It'll almost certainly be very hot during your stay. The three most basic steps to take are to hydrate very frequently (that means water; booze doesn't count), use some sort of moisturizers and do not skimp on the sunscreen.

    Here's an article with with more info on how to handle Vegas summers.

  14. Canadian Gals said:

    Myself and 3 girlfriends will be staying at the Monte Carlo July 5-9....I've heard it's super hot that time of year but that it is a dry heat. Any tips you can give us to keep cool as much as possible

  15. Steve the Texan said:

    The pool should be open (unless the weather is very bad), but Las Vegas in February isn't likely to be warm enough for you to want to get in the water. Temperatures usually top out somewhere in the mid- to upper-60s during that time of year. You will want to keep an eye on the short-term forecast as your trip draws nearer, though:

  16. Rawnie McNeil said:

    We are staying at the Monte Carlo Feb 20 to Feb 27...will the pool be open and what is usually the tempature at that time in Vegas. Thanks

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