Best Lazy Rivers in Las Vegas Posted on September 14, 2018 #Cowabunga Bay water park #Mandalay Bay Casino #Monte Carlo Resort #Tahiti Village #Vegas Lazy River #Wet n Wild water park chicago hotels dallas hotels HendersonLife hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas LAS las vegas hotels lazy lazy river Mandalay Bay pool MGM Grand private jet rental property Rivers travel travel vlog vacation VEGAS VegasBlogs VegasDays vegasfamily VegasGuide VegasHappenings VegasLife VegasLocal VegasMagazine Vegasmom VegasNights VegasStaycation VegasStrip VegasTravel VegasVacation 12 thoughts on “Best Lazy Rivers in Las Vegas” Happy birthday Reply Looks so Fun 🙌❤🌎💦🏄🏊 Reply i agree luv mgms but the best is mandalay 😁 im booked there for the 4th o julyyy ..freekn luv it there Reply I went to cowabanga Bay In Vegas And on Lazy River and All Rides Reply My favorite was the MC Lazy River. Hate it so much that it’s no longer there! So many great memories there. I don’t get why they changed it to the way it is now. It’s horrible now in my opinion. What a shame. They’ve been getting a lot of negative feedback on their new pools. Reply what is the music? Reply This video is awesome! Great info so many to choose from. I want to check out Hard Rocks..nice! Reply That was a really well-done piece! Thank you for the information. I, personally, am a HUGE fan of the Lazy River at MGM Grand. I splurge for a Day Bed and float around the river being served cocktails for most of the day. There's a yearly conference I attend in Vegas and I always schedule a "down" day for my lazy river needs. Reply My dad sells timeshare at Tahiti village so I'm going there for my birthday and renting a $104 room. I'm not greedy it's just my first birthday party ever. Reply we love Tahiti Village Reply I really enjoyed this video. I miss Lazy Rivers so much! But I get sunburn easily, even with sunscreen. :/ And sadly, I am broke; can't afford lazy rivers… let alone vacation. lol. Feel free to check out my channel. ^^ Reply Are these lazy rivers open to locals? Can you pay a daily fee if you're not staying at the hotel/Resort. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.