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Caesar's Palace Pool | Best Pools in Vegas, Book a Cabana

Caesar’s Palace Pool

Casesar’s Palace Pool or Garden of the Gods is separated into six different pools that are each named after a Roman God.  Each of the Caesar’s Palace pools have been designed for a different purpose, the swim up blackjack at the Fortuna Pool or the 24 hour day beds that are located at the Temple pool, create a unique atmosphere for each the Caesar’s Palace Pools.  These are open to non hotel guests, who are subject to a $20 admission fee Friday to Sunday. Eight swimming pools, three levels, 18-foot tall waterfall, swim-up blackjack 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily, classical landscaping, Roman statues, beautiful fountains, vibrant blue deck chairs, plush daybeds, loveseat-inspired scoop chairs, 44 luxurious cabanas, poolside spa services by Qua Baths & Spa, Snackus Maximus featuring light American fare.

The Pools at Caesar’s

The Apollo Pool - was the Roman god of light and the sun, so it’s only fitting that this Caesar’s Palace Pool is best suited for catching some sun. The Apollo pool is positioned at the southwest corridor for maximum sun exposure and features five cabanas and seven canopied day beds as well as chaise lounges perfect for soaking in the Vegas sun.

The Fortuna Pool - This Caesar’s Palace Pool is named after the Roman goddess of Luck, featuring swim-up blackjack. The bar at the Fortuna pool also features the Sun Lounge for a mid day cocktail.  The Sun Lounge also features a Scotch tasting menu sure to appeal to whiskey aficionados.

The Jupiter Pool - Is the most relaxing of the Caesar’s Palace Pools, the Jupiter pool is secluded in the northwest corner.featuring five cabanas, eight day beds, three Scoop day beds or chaise lounge chairs surrounding this pool.

The Neptune Pool - The perfect place to mingle, the Neptune pool is the social hub of the Garden of the Gods. The Neptune pool features eight cabanas, 24 day beds (available in three different varieties) and chaise lounge chairs for your enjoyment.

The Temple Pool - This iconic pool is the classic image of Caesars Palace swimming, an elegant spot with statuary and columns, with lounge chairs surrounding the round pool offering some of the most striking views of the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, while its five cabanas and seventeen day beds offering another level of luxury.

The Venus Pool - The Venus Pool Club is the most well-appointed and exclusive pool experience of the Caesar’s Palace Pool, a secluded European-style retreat.  Ultra-high end food and beverage choices are available. Venus Pool features eleven cabanas, four couches, fourteen day beds and chaise lounge chairs.

Pool Cabanas at Caesar’s Palace

There are over 40 new cabanas with stocked refrigerators, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, wireless Internet, ceiling fans and plush furniture. Some of the deluxe services offered poolside include chilled towels and body massages. Evian face spritzers as well as an iPod dock are also available with our VIP Cabanas. Or, just keep it simple and lay out in one of the 832 deck chairs or any of the other additional rentable furniture.

Pool Reservations

For cabana, day bed and outdoor spa reservations, please call Leisure Concierge at (702) 731-7266 or visit Leisure Concierge desk in the front lobby.


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  1. sharon

    Arriving at ceasers nov 7. Any pools open?

    • Hey there Sharon, there are a bunch of pools that are open year round! Bally’s, Bellagio, Caesar’s, Excalibur, Flamingo, Four Seasons, Hard Roock, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Monte Carlo, Paris, and Venetian Palazzo.

      Most of the hotels listed above will have a pool that is open during the day that will be heated.

      Let me know if you need some more information.

  2. Keeley watkins

    Good morning, We arrive in Las Vegas from the uk on March 6th. Will the pools in Cesar’s be open? Is it warm enough? Thanks

  3. Margaret

    Do you have a description of the pools. I have read some are topless, some are more of a meet market and then another is for gamblers . But it doesn’t describe all the pools

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