The Vegas pool cabana experience has made its way to Imperial Palace.
The IP has revamped two of its rooms, with doors opening into the hotel’s spacious pool area.
We’d never actually been to the Imperial Palace pool prior to our cabana visit, but it’s kind of nice.
The two new “Corona Cabanas” are themed rooms, with easy access to the pool, and tons of extras.
Coolest thing we found? Corona-themed foosball tables.
Bonus foosball trivia: Foosball is also called “gitoni.” By whom, we have no idea, but that’s what the Internet said.
The price of these new cabana rooms is $350 a day, and they have a capacity of up to six people. (Who decided that, by the way? The lawyers? There was room for several more.)
Each room comes with a bottle of hooch and mixers (or a 12-pack of Corona or Corona Light), a private bathroom and shower (MIA in most poolside cabanas around town, obviously), a flatscreen TV, a fruit plate, bottled water and other goodies we didn’t take the time to research. We are a Las Vegas blog, not an investigative cabana reporter.
There’s still plenty of time to enjoy the Sin City summer! In fact, you may want to check out a just-launched promotion for great room rates to Extend Your Summer. Hey, somebody has to keep these stock photography models employed.
Pools generally stay open until the end of October in Las Vegas. Call Regina for reservations at (702) 369-5054. Unless Regina gave us a fake phone number. That happens from time to time in Vegas.
We were teetering on whether our photos of these cabanas warrant a photo gallery, but what the hell. Yes, we said hell in a corporate blog. Get past it.
Corona Cabanas at Imperial Palace