Summer time in Las Vegas means the temperature is well above 100 degrees (37 C) so we have put together a list of the Best Pools in Vegas to beat the heat. While pool parties have become a big thing in Las Vegas in recent years Las Vegas hotels have always had some of the Best hotel pools in the world. This list is what we think are the Best pools in Las Vegas.
1. Hard Rock Hotel Pool & Rehab Pool
The Hard Rock Hotel pool first opened in 1995 at the Hard Rock Hotel as a tropical oasis in the desert. This pool has been a staple in Vegas since the Hard Rock opened featured swim up blackjack tables as well as the pool side gaming. The pool covers over 5 acres with multiple pools, a water slide and a ton of cabanas for you to spend the day drinking. The Hard Rock pool also features underwater speakers and a sandy beaches for you to enjoy. Read More
2. Mandalay Bay Pool
The Mandalay Bay pool is more like a complex of pools that covers an enormous amount of space. The pool at Mandalay Bay features of a lazy river and their Beach and Wave pool. The cabanas at the pool feature flat screen TV’s, fridge, ceiling fan right on the beach. In addition to this they have a poolside indoor air-conditioned casino, Moorea Beach Club that is their European sunbathing pool and Daylight Beach Club that is one of the best pool parties in Las Vegas. Read More.
3. Wynn Las Vegas Pool
Pretty much everything that Steve Wynn seems to be the best since he built the Mirage in 1988 and the Wynn pool is just that. The Wynn pool has two traditional round pools and a European style pool that feature topless or European sunbathing. The Wynn pool cabanas come equipped with refrigerators that are stocked with cold drinks, flat screen TVs, chaise lounge chairs and even a preprogrammed iPod. Read More
4. Drai’s Beach Club at the Cromwell
Drai’s Beach Club is the newest pool party to open on the Strip, but that is not what makes it one of the best. The thing that sets Drais Beach Club apart from the rest is that it is located on the rooftop of the The Cromwell Hotel. It is 35,000 square feet with a capacity of 2,500 people. The pool has ten VIP bungalows, eight luxury pools and secluded private spas. Drai’s Beach Club is open during the week for pool serve and then Friday-Sunday for their pool party. Read More.
5. Encore Beach Club
EBC follows in the Wynn tradition in regards to service, presentation and quality of the venue. Encore Beach Club is 60,000 square-foot venue that features luxurious oasis with three tiered pools, daybeds featuring private safes and 26 cabanas and eight bungalows. Each of the bungalows offer high-end seating with private infinity hot-tubs, private bathrooms with showers an temperature-controlled cooling systems. In addition to all of this Encore Beach Club also offers a gaming pavilion incase you are looking to take a break from partying and try your luck on the tables. Read More.
6. Boulevard Pool at Cosmopolitan
The Boulevard pool is located on the fourth floor of the Cosmopolitan with views of the Las Vegas Strip. It is a multi-level open-air environment that provides amazing views. The boulevard pool converts to a concert venue at night where they have had a number of amazing artists and groups play since the opening of the Cosmopolitan. In the winter time, the boulevard pool transforms into an ice rink for ice skating during the holidays. They even has a movie by the pool series on Mondays. Read More.
7. Mirage Las Vegas Hotel Pool
The Mirage pool is one of the first big hotel pools on the Las Vegas Strip. The pool at the Mirage has both space for grabbing a chaise lounge chair by the pool or reserving one of their 16 cabana by the pool. The pool, that was opened in 1988, features a large water fall. In addition to the main pool and cabanas. The Mirage cabana staff provides complimentary service including tastings of fruit, juice and refreshing sorbet. Their is also poolside food and beverage from the Paradise Cafe. The Mirage pool also has the Dolphin pool and Bare pool Lounge, which is their pool party.
8. Caesar’s Palace
Caesar’s Palace pool or the Garden of the Gods as they called it is divided into six separate pools each that are named after a Roman God. Each of the pools are designed for a different purpose for example, the Fortuna pool features swim-up blackjack and the Temple pool features 24 hour day bed. There are eight swimming pools, three levels, and 18-foot tall waterfall, swim-up blackjack, classical landscaping, Roman statues, fountains, deck chairs, daybeds and 44 luxurious cabanas. Read More.
9. MGM Grand Hotel Pool & Wet Republic
The pool at the MGM Grand sits on 6.5 acres and is separated between four different pools, three hot-tubs and a lazy river. The pool deck has 26 cabana located through out the pool deck with room for up to eight people. The MGM Grand pool cabanas feature a private patio with flat screen television, private safes, mini refrigerators and complimentary pair of tubes for the lazy river. The main pool at the MGM also features a restaurant and five bars. The MGM pool also has Wet Republic which is their pool party and one of the best pool parties in the world. Currently they have Tiesto, Calvin Harris and Steve Aoki to name a few of the DJs that play in MGM. Read More.
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