Las Vegas Splashes into Warmer Weather with Much-Needed Pool Season
LAS VEGAS – With a wide range of high-energy experiences and tranquil retreats, visitors looking to shake off the winter blues can soak up the sunshine with lively pool fun in Las Vegas. With new health and well-being protocols in place where applicable, it is recommended that pool guests make reservations in advance for entrance as well as lounge chairs, cabanas and daybeds to guarantee seating keeping with capacity limits and appropriate distancing.
SERENE DAYCLUB-LIKE EXPERIENCES
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ Pool District splashes into the season with three distinct areas for guests to revel in the sun.
- The Boulevard Pool is open daily and sets the stage for an unforgettable poolside experience with an upbeat atmosphere and panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. The pool’s dive-in movies return as well with a roster of classics and blockbusters announced soon.
- The Chelsea Pool will offer poolside lounging Friday through Sunday. On Monday, March 22, operations will move to seven days per week. Designed with relaxation in mind, guests can unwind at the stylish oasis, indulging in refreshing specialty cocktails and light bites.
- The Pool Marquee will amp up the pool experience each weekend with expanded seating areas, a live DJ, specialty cocktails and bottle and food service. The perfect daytime escape, Pool Marquee is a truly experiential evolution of music, food and sunshine.
Encore Beach Club Pool at Encore Las Vegas jumps into weekends with a more laidback vibe. The tiered, three pool venue has 26 cabanas along with plush daybeds allowing guests to enjoy the scene in total comfort. Eight bungalows each offer a private bathroom, infinity dipping pool, cooling system, and a view of the Strip from a private balcony.
With 14 cabanas and cushy daybeds, GO Pool at Flamingo Las Vegas offers a unique tropical oasis for anyone 21 and older with cascading waterfalls, lagoons, prime views of the High Roller Observation Wheel, drink specials and more. For those looking for a more serene poolside experience, check out the adjacent Beach Club Pool.
Influence, The POOL at The LINQ Hotel + Experience provides a cooling escape with spectacular views of the High Roller Observation Wheel and The LINQ Promenade for anyone 21 and older. An air conditioned escape from the sweltering desert heat, The REQ Room features five flat-screen televisions, a pool table, a shuffleboard table, a foosball table and Pop-A-Shot.
Daylight Beach at Mandalay Bay reopens for the 2021 pool season as a more tranquil version of the dayclub with bottle service and beach-worthy food and cocktails. Starting April 30, the pool opens for night-time swimming on Fridays and Saturdays with local DJs providing the ambiance.
WET REPUBLIC Ultra Pool at MGM Grand and LIQUID Pool Lounge at ARIA Resort & Casino jumps into summer weekends as adults-only extensions of the resort pools with cabana, bungalow, and daybed rentals, dipping pools, refreshing cocktails and delicious food offerings.
MORE FUN IN THE SUN
ARIA Resort & Casino’s poolscape provides one of the most spacious and tranquil destinations on The Strip. The three ellipse-shaped pools are perfect for relaxing with friends or people-watching with a drink from Pool Bar. The Sky Pool, exclusive to ARIA’s Sky Suites guests, offers elevated service and surprise indulgences every 90 minutes, including Mochi ice cream and tropical fruit skewers.
Lined with palm trees and filled with friendly poolside attendants, the Blu Pool at Bally’s Las Vegas is a vacationer’s dream. Bally’s guests can play a quick game of tennis or enjoy a day at the nearby spa before heading to the pool.
Bellagio Resort and Casino’s Mediterranean Pool with its five courtyard settings invites guests to cool off by the crystal blue water. An adults-only pool offers chaise lounge chairs and massage treatments.
Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace Las Vegas offers seven luxurious pools with something for everyone. Sunbathers can socialize at Neptune pool – the resort’s largest pool – with its energy, fun and excitement. Kick off your Vegas vacation or staycation at the 18 and older pool, Venus Pool + Lounge (opening late-March) and bask in the ultimate poolside retreat. The center Temple pool, Fortuna pool, family-friendly Jupiter pool, casual Apollo pool and invitation-only Bacchus pool will open based on demand.
The country’s largest pool destination for sports lovers – Stadium Swim at Circa Resort & Casino – brings the party 365 days a year. Featuring six temperature-controlled pools, two swim-up bars and a 143 x 40 foot, 14-million-megapixel LED screen, the pool amphitheater plays the day’s hottest games and televised events. Guests can enjoy live music from DJs and other special guests in one of 30 cabanas, or a super cabana hosting up to 50.
Delano Beach Club offers a posh take on the Las Vegas pool scene – combining effortless luxury with whimsical elements and personalized services synonymous with the boutique hotel. Comfortable seating options include 16 cabanas and playful touches like a submerged, oversized chess board.
Relax at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas featuring the ultimate in luxury and pampering along with the Pool Bar and delicious poolside fare – including hourly complimentary passed frozen fruit and refreshing smoothies – perfect for those looking to escape the parties and unwind poolside.
Golden Nugget Las Vegas welcomes hotel guests to The Tank and The Hideout pool complex daily from 10 am – 6 pm. The complex features a 200,000-gallon shark tank aquarium, an enclosed three-story water slide and 17 private cabanas over three separate floors. The Hideout offers a secluded paradise for guests ages 21 and older. You can take a dip in a two-story infinity pool or relax beneath the covered lounging area.
Complete with personalized host service, The Pool at Harrah’s Las Vegas features cabanas, lounge chairs, daybeds and a wading pool with loungers situated right in the water for the ultimate cooling relaxation.
The 11-acre aquatic playground that is Mandalay Bay Beach at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is the definition of beach fun where guests can ride tides in the wave pool, flow with the Lazy River, lounge in a lagoon and explore the endless possibilities in a tropical wonderland.
MGM Grand Hotel & Casino’s legendary 6.5 acres of waterside fun features four swimming pools, three whirlpools, cascading waterfalls and a lazy river. Pool bars scattered throughout serve tropical cocktails and poolside fare.
The secluded, adults-only tropical ambiance of Bare Pool Lounge at The Mirage Hotel & Casino opens for the season on weekends in mid-March, with its signature contemporary ambiance and ultra-VIP service. The resort’s tropical pool surrounded by waterfalls and lush foliage is open Friday through Sunday.
Reminiscent of a Parisian garden, Soleil Pool at Paris Las Vegas offers a two-acre utopia of secluded relaxation amidst the Las Vegas Strip. Nestled under the hotel’s Eiffel Tower replica, Soleil Pool features lush surroundings, lounge chairs and air conditioned cabanas for rent, as well as mobile orders for food from the poolside bistro Café du Parc.
The lush atmosphere surrounding Park MGM’s pool complex is reminiscent of a verdant European garden. Guests can unwind and indulge at cabanas and lounge areas as well as multiple poolside bars for signature cocktails and light bites.
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino’s well-known rooftop pool, THE SCENE Pool Deck, boasts two separate pool decks, two pool bars and 31 cabanas and daybeds with poolside bottle service and mobile ordering from the pool café.
The Pool at the Plaza in Downtown Las Vegas is making waves. The 70,000-square-foot roof top pool deck gives sun worshipers plenty of space for relaxation and entertainment. Experience a poolside food and cocktail menu, monthly cocktail features and pickleball courts for added fun in the sun.
Feel like you’re at Carnival in Brazil at VooDoo Beach at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. The beach-inspired pool is a hot spot for tourists and locals alike, boasting four pool areas, three whirlpools, private cabanas, specialty cocktails and more. Guests can sip cooling cocktails made by flair bartenders from the Cruzan Island Bar and VooDoo Beach Bar while basking under the sun. Voo Pool, the nearby 21 and older secluded pool, offers private cabanas with bottle service.
SAHARA Las Vegas’ two rooftop pools are both relaxing environments that mix comfort, style and fun. Guests can recline in a chaise, relax in a daybed or for a more exclusive experience, reserve a private cabana. The Alexandria Pool offers panoramic views of the Las Vegas mountains and Downtown Las Vegas. The intimate open-air Retro poolside lounge is centrally located with a glamourous atmosphere.
Located on the 24th floor of The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Skypod, WET24 provides guests panoramic views of Las Vegas and the iconic skyline. In addition to frozen cocktails, signature cocktails and wine and beer, WET24 will serve snacks, salads, burgers and sandwiches.
The tropical-themed TI Pool at Treasure Island is open for hotel guests. Featuring double chaise lounges and round ottomans, the pool also offers cabanas for half- and full-day rentals with seating for up to eight people. All cabanas include a flat screen TV, refrigerator, ceiling fans, deluxe lounge chairs and more.
The Tropicana Pool at Tropicana Las Vegas kicks off pool season with delectable summer bites to be enjoyed under the sun in the tropical setting surrounded by palm trees and flowing waterfalls.
The Venetian Las Vegas pool deck takes design cues from the Italian Riviera and includes four large pools, three of them infinity-style. A splash pad, upgraded pool chairs, in-pool loungers and daybeds in the center of the pools combine to create a contemporary, luxurious oasis. Enjoy a spacious retreat in one of the 10 premium poolside cabanas with over-the-top amenities, some of which feature private plunge pools.
For more information about Las Vegas’ pool scene or to plan your next trip, please visit www.VisitLasVegas.com.
ABOUT THE LVCVA
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is charged with marketing Southern Nevada as a tourism and convention destination worldwide and with operating the 4.6 million square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). With nearly 150,000 hotel rooms and 14 million square feet of meeting and exhibit space in Las Vegas alone, the LVCVA's mission centers on attracting leisure and business visitors to the area. The LVCVA also owns the Convention Center Loop, an underground tunnel designed by The Boring Company to transport convention attendees throughout the 200-acre LVCC campus in all-electric Teslas free of charge. It also owns the Las Vegas Monorail, an elevated 3.9-mile system with seven stops throughout the resort corridor. Both transportation systems will operate when conventions reconvene. For more information, go to www.lvcva.com, www.visitlasvegas.com or www.vegasmeansbusiness.com.
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