When the temperature gets close to the 100-degree mark in Vegas, it’s the best time to head out to the pool. In Vegas, you could choose from one of the many fantastic pool options. With artificial beaches, including sand and waves or a waterslide through a shark tank, Vegas has your pool scene covered.
Here’s a list of the top 10 clubs and pools in Vegas to help you make the most of your next trip with tips from the Conde Nast Traveler.
Top 10 Clubs & Pools
Mandalay Bay Beach
Mandalay Bay Beach is located at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Spread over 11 acres, it is an aquatic playground with various simulated beach experiences.
You can enjoy a personalized pool experience in its 1.6-million gallon Wave pool. You could ride the tides, flow with the Lazy River, or even lounge in a lagoon. You could take a respite from the fun to grab some shade in a cabana, grab a bite at the Beach Bar and Grill or sip cocktails at one of their three bars. Mandalay Bay Beach was voted ‘one of the best pools in the US’ by Tripadvisor.
Encore Beach Club
Located at The Encore at Wynn, the Encore Beach Club is a party hotspot. With more than 60,000 square feet of the pool area, it is one of the most impressive day clubs in Vegas. It has palm trees, floating day beds, a gaming pit, and a fantastic line-up of top DJs to get the crowd grooving.
Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis
This gigantic 4.5-acre pool complex is located at the Caesar’s Palace Resort and Casino. It has seven different pools, each with its own unique experience, cabanas, and sunbathing spots. The Temple Pool is one of the most iconic pools at Caesar’s Palace, and statues and shimmering waterfalls surround it.
The Jupiter pool is an exclusive pool for the kids with bubbles and life-sized games. While the largest pool is the Neptune pool, you can head to the Fortuna pool if you’re looking to play blackjack without leaving the pool.
Grand Pool Complex at MGM Grand
The Grand Pool Complex at MGM Grand is one of the most popular pool complexes in Vegas. It is spread over 6.5 acres with four refreshing pools, three whirlpools, and cascading waterfalls. It also has the famous Lazy River, comfortable daybeds, and some great food and drink options.
The cabanas can accommodate eight people and offer incredible views overlooking the pools. They also include flat-screen TVs and personalized bottle service, and food service.
The Pool at Park MGM
The Pool at Park MGM may not be as extravagant as some of its competitors, but it has a fun, young, and modern vibe. The pool oasis has three pools and two bars. It has 12 stylishly designed cabanas, and the Park Bungalow, an amped-up version of a cabana, accommodates 20 and comes with exclusive amenities.
The Tank at the Golden Nugget
The $30 million award-winning pool at Golden Nugget is called The Tank for a reason. The complex features a 200,000-gallon shark tank aquarium that sits in the center. You can swim next to sharks, and those who are particularly adventurous can try the waterslide that goes through the shark tank. It has 17 private cabanas, spread over three separate floors.
Delano Beach Club
The Delano Beach Club offers a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere. It is exclusive to the guests at Delano Las Vegas, and this boutique hotel provides unmatched personalized services. The luxurious Delano Beach Club, with its whimsical elements, features a submerged chess board and offers its signature cocktails. Whether you’re looking for a lively atmosphere or a quiet retreat, this club provides you both.
The Pool at Aria Resort and Casino
At the Aria Resort and Casino’s Sky Pool, you can expect some luxurious poolside pampering. The upscale Sky Pool is an exclusive pool for the Sky Suite guests and comes with personalized services such as a private guest entrance.
The Liquid Pool Lounge is an adult-only pool lounge where guests can relax on day beds or in one of Liquid’s eight secluded cabanas. The 16,000 square foot day-club and 1,200 square foot main pool boasts a luxurious adult experience.
The Palazzo and Venetian Pools
Though The Palazzo and The Venetian are two resorts, guests of both resorts can crossover to the other to use the pools. There are 11 different pools to choose from, and the pool complex is spread over 5 acres.
The Venetian Pool Deck features four pools, one hot tub, and a splash pad spread across 2 acres. The Palazzo Pool includes three swimming pools, one lounge pool, and three hot tubs. The Aquatic Club is located at the far end of the Palazzo pool deck, and it features several small pools. The Venezia pool area, with its relaxing ambiance, includes four swimming pools.
The Pool District at The Cosmopolitan
The Pool District at The Cosmopolitan has three pools, each with its unique and distinct experiences. The Boulevard Pool overlooks the Vegas Strip on the East Deck, and it is the ultimate Vegas lounging venue. You can enjoy upbeat music while relaxing on intimately spaced lounge chairs and day beds. In the Chelsea Pool, it’s all about soothing, ambient music in an indulgent, refreshing retreat.
We recommend checking with individual hotels to learn about their hours of operation, availability, and operational guidelines before making your travel plans.
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