10 Most Popular Resort Pools in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV is certainly known for its hot and dry weather, but don’t let that stop you from booking a trip to one of the most visited tourist attraction. Aside from all the casinos, spectacular night clubs and bars, Vegas has some “never before seen” resorts with the most luxurious swimming pools in the U.S. Listed below are the top 10 most popular pools that all tourists and local Las Vegans should reserve a stay at when given the opportunity.
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The Cosmopolitan Hotel Resort offers three different pools in which comes in different styles to cater to tourists and residence daytime leisures. If you are a fan of sports and need a spot to hang out with your friends, the Cosmo also has an outdoor living room area to catch one of the big games.
(Bamboo and Boulevard open to guests only; Boulevard opened to non-guests for evening events; Marquee Dayclub admission begins at $20)
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Summer at the Bellagio Hotel Resort has several upsides, for instance, their elegant Italian style villa swimming area is the perfect place for fun in the sun and the perfect place to cool off. From fragrant potted citrus to hand-carved stone fountains, and five different pools to choose from, such as a lap pool and four soothing whirlpools.
(Open to hotel guests only; lounge chairs start at $50, daybeds $150 and cabanas $300)
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The Roman Age-inspired gardens at the Caesar’s Palace Hotel Resort comes with a bath and fitness area for hotel guests at the Temple Pool and is considered to be one of the best swimming spots in town. Caesar’s Palace also offers a program for guests to join called the Laurel Collection which gives these special guests certain luxury room choices to choose from in the Augustus and Octavious Towers allowing for them the treat of a special check-in along with a private entrance leading to “The Garden of Gods” pools.
(Free for hotel guests; open to non-guests: $10 Monday-Thursday, $20 Friday-Sunday)
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The Aria Hotel Resort has three resort syle pools and is recommended for those who are simply just trying to relax at a low key pool. The swimming pools may be smaller in size than all other pools in Vegas, but you can still expect an exotic and floral-theme adding to the tranquility.
(Open to guests and non-guests with cover charges starting at $10)
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The Wynn Pool has four pools for its guests to choose from, such as:
- The Long Pool
- Fitness Inclined Swim Laps
- Two Private Pools
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The Wynn and Encore Hotel Resort offers sunlit pools with signature mosaics and can be seen throughout the entire property.
(Wynn and Encore pools for guests only; Encore Beach $30 for women, $40 for men)
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Thanks to Bugsy Siegel, the Flamingo was first opened in 1946 as the third hotel on the strip and is one of the oldest Hotel Resorts in Las Vegas. However, with the extravagant swimming pool in the Flamingo, visiting guest can’t even tell the difference. The pool area is designed for kids as well, with water slides that connects to a kiddie pool.
(Free for guests, $25 for non-guests, $15 for guests of other Caesars hotels)
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The Golden Nugget Hotel Resort is one of my personal favorites. Why? Well…. its resort pool features a waterslide that propels swimmers through a tube slide that passes through a shark tank and eventually leads to a two-story infinity pool on the third level. This is certainly something unique that not all resorts offer in Vegas.
(Free for guests, $20 for non-guests 12 and over, $15 for kids 11 and under)
Mandalay Beach Wave
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A pool with a beach theme – literally, an 11-acre “beach” that sits as the centerpiece of five different pools which features a quarter mile lazy river! This is the place to have a lazy and relaxed day.
(Mandalay Beach pools open to guests only; Moorea Beach Club subject to cover charges depending on day and event; Daylight $40 for men, $20 for women)
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The Azure pool is definitely for swimmers who are looking to have a laid back kind of day in French Luxe.
(Palazzo guests can use the pools at the Venetian. Azure is $20 for men and $10 for women.)
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Aside from the Paradise pool, you can catch a little calm at the Beachlife area with Nirvana and Breathe pools.
(Rehab is free to hotel guests daily and to the public Monday – Friday. Saturdays from $20 for women and $40 for men; on Sundays, from $30 for women and $50 for men)