Las Vegas, also known as Sin City, is a stunning resort city known for its abundance of entertainment, gambling venues, shopping malls, and crazy night life. It’s the leader of culture and finance in Nevada. The city is The Entertainment Capital of the World and is wildly famous for all of the hotel-casino buildings and the entertainment that goes along with this.
Las Vegas is becoming more populated each year. It currently stands as the 31st most populated city in the US (most populous in Nevada). Placed high on most people’s list of places to visit before they die, Las Vegas is a jam-packed tourist destination with a ton of things available to do.
In addition to the high stakes gaming, luxurious hotels, hot night life, and incredible entertainment – one of Vegas’s best pleasures are its incredible pools. This list will give you an idea on what the best pools are in Las Vegas. We will go over the top 10.
1. Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan
The Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas is described as a place where people can come together to drink, eat, mix, and mingle to have fun. The East Deck of this pool overlooks the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The Boulevard Pool is a multi-level, open air environment that gives you unobstructed sights in whichever direction you want to see. Its definitely one of the best pools in Vegas.
There’s always something to do at this pool. They have a lot of live musical performances on their “pool stage” and there are also movies playing in The Yard. The Boulevard Pool is a great spot to see a concert or to watch a movie with someone you love or with your friends.
2. Liquid at Aria Resort & Casino
The Liquid Pool Lounge at the Aria is described as ‘something a little different.’ It’s tucked away behind the three other pools belonging to the Aria Resort. Music doesn’t even escape this quaint location.
This is not one of the biggest pools in Vegas, but there isn’t anything missing from it. The bar has a complete menu allowing you to choose from a number of different frozen drinks, sangrias, mojitos, and more. The food is good, too.
This day club has beds and private areas where you are treated like royalty by the friendly servers.
3. Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
The Rehab lounge is a gorgeous pool at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. According to most people, Rehab is the best Las Vegas pool party you will find anywhere. It used to be an intimate day club that stayed quiet throughout the day, but now it has grown into a destination that weekend revelers love to visit.
Rehab just had a grand reopening on April 21, 2013.
4. Bellagio Pools
The Bellagio is the casino that has the beautiful fountain display out in front. Those who have seen it will assure you that the water show is something that you need to see.
The pools at the Bellagio are no disappointment, either. When you first enter as a guest you will descend down a staircase to the posh area on a balcony.
Services are provided throughout the pools. Your comfort is not overlooked by the staff at the Bellagio. You will get cocktail service and you have the ability to set up a table and some chairs to eat lunch from the café if you want to take a break from swimming.
5. Palms Pool
The Palms has three pools that add up to about two acres worth of water. The Palms Pool is a great playground for beautiful women and sun gods. At this spot you will be able to get deluxe cabanas, see waterfalls, and experience pool side gambling.
6. Marquee Day Club
After entering the Marquee Dayclub through the dim-lit hallway, you’ll be welcomed by a host just after you walk past the velvet rope.
Marquee offers many rows of day beds and lounge chairs that are spread out evenly to ensure that everyone has a spot to stretch out and get some sun. To make this lounge even more enticing, the daybeds and lounge chairs are scattered across the edges of the pools so you can let your feet dip in the water while you’re relaxing.
7. Mandalay Bay
The Mandalay Bay Pool is an exciting man-made beach sitting right in the middle of the Las Vegas desert. As the thermometer creeps to incredibly high temperatures, tourists look for the best spots to take a dip in a pool and cool off. What’s better than a pool, though? A beach!
Mandalay Beach sits pretty on eleven acres of real estate on the Mandalay Bay Property. Palm trees, exciting waterfalls, and aesthetic fountains make up eight different pools including a great wave pool and a beach with real sand.
8. Mirage Las Vegas
As one of the most popular pools in Vegas, the Mirage pool looks more like a tropical garden than a pool. It’s laid out in the perfect format if you want to be a beach bum for the day. There is plenty of beautiful scenery and a number of cabanas that you can rent out that come with TVs and refrigerators and your own food/beverage host.
9. Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace is so enormous that it is actually pretty difficult to NOT get lost. At Caesars Palace, you’ll eventually find the incredible Garden of the Gods pool where you may also lose your way.
This group of eight pools sprawled across the five acres of land on Caesars Palace includes fun fountains for kids and a waterfall that nearly reaches 20 feet.
For parents, there is the Fortuna pool where you can play blackjack in the water and order drinks at the bar.
10. MGM Grand
The MGM pool is an extravagant, greenly-landscaped and manicured lounge where you can view entertainment and attend luncheons. This pool is strictly for adults only.
The MGM Grand hosts a number of water volleyball events throughout the year as well as other events so be sure to check out what is going on during your stay in Vegas.