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Reader Polls Feedback for: November 25, through December 4, 2009

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According to the calendar winter has reached Las Vegas, even though the daily temperatures are still in the high 60-70 degrees every day. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question, would you determine to stay at one hotel over another just on the basis of the casino pool staying open year round and should they also be heated in the winter for all the guests to enjoy?   What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the exact words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I like the idea of swimming in the casino pool when we come to vegas for new years eve.  Here in Chicago the weather is so harsh that vegas temperatures are mild to us.  Robert S. 

The pool really does not excite me much since I am a little older and have a few extra pounds that seem to be in all the wrong places.   Delores Smith  Vancouver

I like the ability to view the pool area and swim if I want.  Ron Hasselbrough

It really does not make any difference to me about a pool, i have been to las vegas more than 20 times and have not been in the water yet.   W. Collins, NY NY

 its important to my wife since she enjoys swimming as excersize so in my case definately. i don't think a lot of people feel like i do since a crowded pool never has been a problem.  brent benson   saint helena  Canada

I do not go to Vegas to swim or lounge at poolside. A hotel pool is not a criterion for my business.  Nick Ogle  Knoxville, TN

A heated pool in winter is an attractive option for those of us who live in colder climates. Hotels offering it have an advantage over those with seasonal only pools.  Sandra Dafoe  Ontario Canada

I do not base my stay at a hotel that has a pool. Vegas has many other things going on, and other things to do. I do however think that in a vacation spot like Vegas pools are very important, and pools should be available to the people that would like one.  Alan Wagner  Sheboygan Wi.

Funny this exact situation happened to me. I come for the rodeo almost every year and the pool is closed - sorry where I come from 70 is not cold weather. Leave the pool open - heated or not makes no difference to me. Oh and the room cost the same amount with ....or without the pool..... Dallas Kristiansen  Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta Canada

 I would definitely pick one hotel over another based on availability of a pool. I feel that heating it would make for great business as I wouldn't want an outdoor pool w/o heat in the dead of winter. Maybe an indoor pool?  Monica Delaney  New Cumberland PA

I'm 26 and like hanging out at the pool during the summer along with going to the lake or floating the river here in San Marcos, TX! My opinion on the question: Even with the temp being ok to be without a shirt and getting sun, I have never thought about choosing a hotel or think I would during the winter months based on them having a pool open, heated or not. I've been to Vegas 3X now and have chosen based on criousity and bargain. For me not a deciding factor. Be there (12-14-09)-(12-17-09)  Brandon Weir San Marcos, TX




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