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Old 01-26-2013, 06:50 AM   #1
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SL swiming pool

Do they provide towels at swimming pool or do I bring my own?
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Old 01-26-2013, 07:27 AM   #2
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They have towels there but you have to pay for them think it was €2. We just took the towels from our room.
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Old 01-26-2013, 07:30 AM   #3
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Thanks, good to know in advance. How many towels are there in the room? Can I ask for extra?
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:40 AM   #4
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Thanks, good to know in advance. How many towels are there in the room? Can I ask for extra?
I think its standard for 2 bath towels & 2 hand towels. You can ask for extra
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We got 4 bath towels , not sure how many hand towel...
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:17 PM   #6
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I would need 3 for swimming pool. Not willing to pay extra for towels.
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Old 01-26-2013, 03:52 PM   #7
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I think there were 4 bath towels in our room, because it was a room for 4 people. We definitely had at least 3 because we went swimming and took the towels from our room and had one each.
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Sorry for hijacking your thread Isila but am I right in thinking that SL pool is 5 ft deep all round with no shallow end? I am the only non-swimmer on our trip and I don't want to miss out on all of the fun. Is there somewhere I can sit and watch the rest of the family or is there a separate jacuzzi that I will be able to sit in close by the main pool? Although we have stayed in SL twice before we have never used the pool and we want to try it out
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Yes, you are right in thinking that there is no shallow end to the pool. However there is a jacuzzi and there are sun lounger type things by the side of the pool that you can sit on
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Yes, you are right in thinking that there is no shallow end to the pool. However there is a jacuzzi and there are sun lounger type things by the side of the pool that you can sit on
Do you not have to get in the pool to get to the jacuzzi? All I can remember is access via the pool, could be mistaken though
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Do you not have to get in the pool to get to the jacuzzi? All I can remember is access via the pool, could be mistaken though
I'm not entirely sure, I know you have to get out of the pool to get in to the jacuzzi, but I don't know if you can just get in to the jacuzzi without going in to the pool...if that makes sense?
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Yes you need to get in the pool to get to the jacuzzie. They is plenty of those aeroboard float things if you could use one of them to paddle over to it , its only a a short bit . How tall are you? Im 5'4 and i could reach the floor of the pool. You could walk by the wall over maybe???
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Also slightly off topic (apologies) but was wondering if the SL pool tends to get very crowded - is there a particular time of day I should avoid?
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I am only 5' 2".. if the pool is 5' i'd be up to my ears!! I will bring my costume in hope that there is a way of getting into the jacuzzi without going through the pool.. if not i can sit on a lounger and watch everyone else! Thanks everyone for your help
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:41 AM   #15
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Yes you need to get in the pool to get to the jacuzzie. They is plenty of those aeroboard float things if you could use one of them to paddle over to it , its only a a short bit . How tall are you? Im 5'4 and i could reach the floor of the pool. You could walk by the wall over maybe???
Such a shame... DS1 loves jacuzzi and now he won't get a chance I can't swim nor can he.. And we've got the little one with us too. w'll use the baby pool
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