First things first, you want to make sure that the pool you want to go to is open. This isn’t a problem during the summer – but when it’s cold out you want to make sure you know where to go. Also, you’ll want the pool to be open long enough to have fun, and you don’t want to be listening to babies cry as they touch the water so you’ll want to go to one that primarily caters to adults.
For your bachelor party you’ll also want to use pool time as a chance to pre-game for the night’s festivities so you’ll most likely want to bring a cooler – or at least make sure that they serve drinks at the pool. Worst case scenario – know where the house phone is at the pool so you can call room service and convince some guy to bring you a bottle of vodka poolside.
The good part about casino hotel pools is that generally it’s a place that the female guests of the hotel like to hang at during the day. Typically they’d rather sit by a pool rather than in the casino – so your bachelor party should have no problem embarrassing themselves in front of some bikini clad cuties all day long. Send the guy who actually works out in your group over to invite them to your lounge chairs for drinks.
Some of the pools have cabanas you can enjoy as well and if there’s a game on TV there’s nothing better than sitting back and having one foot in the pool, one hand on a drink and one hand on a remote, while your new female guest massages your back because she lost a bet about something funny or stupid.
The pool’s also a great way to recover from the night before and doing a couple quick dunks between the hot tub and a cold pool can get you back in drinking shape very quickly.
Just do us a favor, do not under any circumstance do the Caddyshack trick. No one wants to shut down the pool while they clean out your Baby Ruth.
Don’t forget the arm floaties,
Mike – Atlantic City Bachelor Party