Las Vegas is known for its flashy hotels and casinos, but did you know it’s also home to some of the best hotel pools in the U.S.?
Whether you’re planning a family trip to Las Vegas or just looking for a fun place to soak up the sun from about March to October, these hotels have some of the most impressive pools in the city. From rooftop oases to lavish day clubs, there’s something for everyone (even if you are just a day guest).
Here are a few top contenders for the best hotel pools in Las Vegas.
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Located on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, just 4 miles from the airport, the Resorts World complex includes the Las Vegas Hilton, Conrad Hilton and Crockfords Las Vegas. Across the street from the Las Vegas Convention Center expansion and close to the Fashion Show Mall, this location offers easy access to various attractions.
The hotel trio’s incredible complex of pools (many of which are open year-round) includes the city’s first-ever, adults-only infinity pool. There, you can lounge in a private bungalow before dipping in the serene pool with expansive city views.
The kids will have so many options they won’t know what to do with themselves. Bounce between the Main Resort Pool — where the Agave Bar and Grill serves delicious food and drinks — and the Family Pool — where you can rent a private cabana for the whole brood.
Unique and fun water features sprout from the Family Pool, offering fun for kids and adults alike. The Bimini Pool offers guests a lively place to lounge with extensive amenities, including a giant-size chess board and a convivial bar.
Rates at the Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World start at $73 or 33,000 Hilton Honors points per night. Rooms at the Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World start at $74 or 36,000 Hilton Honors points per night. And at Crockfords Las Vegas, LXR Hotels & Resorts, accommodations start at $265 or 80,000 Hilton Honors points per night.
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Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino has some of the best pools in the U.S., let alone Las Vegas. The Mandalay Bay Beach dedicates 11 acres of space to its aquatic experience, but it’s only open during pool season.
Relax in one of the luxurious beach cabanas or bungalows by the 1.6-million gallon Wave Pool (minimum height requirement is 48 inches) and Beach. Enjoy a refrigerator stocked with your favorite drinks in your private setup before you and your friends float in the Lazy River. Private cabanas are available throughout the property surrounding the Beach, Lazy River and Wave Pool and include lounge chairs, love seats and couches.
For a more upscale experience, consider the Moorea Beach Club. Daybeds, cabanas and pavilions filled with elegant furnishings are sprinkled throughout the club, allowing for the most sophisticated and relaxing pool experience in town. Plus, it’s open during the winter.
Rates at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino start at $59 or 17,000 World of Hyatt points per night.
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What do Frank Sinatra, Elton John, Muhammad Ali and Diana Ross all have in common? They’ve all made history at Caesars Palace. But did you know the famed hotel also has pools worthy of its regal stature?
With seven pools, five swim-up blackjack tables, 48 cabanas and 65 daybeds, there’s no way to not have a great time. Aptly named “The Garden of the Gods,” the resort’s pool complex (which opens March 1) is surrounded by statues and fountains that make you feel like a Roman emperor.
Complimentary lounges are available to all guests, while rental cabanas and canopies offer a more selective experience. The adult-only Venus and Fortuna pools are great for lounging or playing blackjack in the water; it’s a perfect set-up for those who like to gamble but want to avoid a stuffy indoor casino.
The Apollo and Jupiter Pools offer a casual and fun experience for all ages. The resort’s biggest pool, the Neptune Pool, exudes the energy you’d expect from a trip to Vegas. You might even spot a celebrity at the VIP-only Bacchus pool.
Rates at Caesars Palace Las Vegas start at $85 or 30,000 Wyndham Rewards points per night.
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The Cosmopolitan is a uniquely luxurious resort in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. Every room available at the hotel is dog-friendly, so you don’t have to leave your furry friends at home. The resort even has two outdoor dog runs, so your pup can have an active vacation, too. In addition, the resort’s three pool offerings have a unique vibe and aesthetic, making the Cosmopolitan a great place for many different types of travelers.
The Boulevard Pool is located on the resort’s East Deck and features panoramic, unobstructed views of Las Vegas in all directions. Uptempo music, lounge chairs and daybeds give the pool a social and lively setting perfect for the extrovert in your group. The pool even hosts movie nights in the summer.
The Chelsea Pool offers a restorative and luxurious setting perfect for those who prefer a quieter backdrop. Ambient music fills the air, and its modern look creates a relaxing oasis unlike any other in the city.
Lastly, the Marquee Dayclub (which closes for the winter) has a signature food menu, hand-crafted cocktails and bottle service. Its raison d’etre is to bring guests great music and DJs that will appeal to the music lover of the group or family.
Every space has pool cabanas available to rent, which include a dedicated server ready to help make your stay memorable.
Rates start at $112 per night.
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Want to take your family to Italy and Vegas at the same time? Bring them to The Venetian Resort Las Vegas — an IHG Hotel. With authentic Venetian gondolas floating along canals, luxury shops and top-tier fine-dining restaurants, you don’t need to travel to Europe for the ultimate vacation. Not to mention, you wouldn’t find pools like these there.
The Venetian Pool Deck has been renovated to include four massive pools, three of which have dramatic infinity edges. The Pool Deck, which closes for the winter season, is fitted with a splash pad, sculptures and comfortable poolside loungers, so you shouldn’t have trouble finding a spot to sunbathe. If you’re looking for something more relaxing, the Canyon Ranch spa is next door.
The Palazzo Pool Deck offers guests luxuriously appointed cabanas and a Lounge Pool for a more exclusive atmosphere all year-round. Beautifully furnished Venetian Private Cabanas (with up to 1,450 square feet of space) and plunge pools are also available to rent; they can accommodate groups of up to 12.
Finally, the TAO Beach Dayclub at The Venetian Tower hosts famous DJs and pool parties that embody that Vegas party spirit.
Rates at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas start at $149 or 24,000 IHG One Rewards points per night.
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Named after the luxurious and serene commune in Italy, the Bellagio Las Vegas fittingly boasts a collection of grand statues and fountains. Its pools offer a luxurious and romantic setting to lounge and enjoy the water, especially under the hot Vegas sun.
Personal cabanas include lounge chairs and bar service, which caters well to group travelers. The spacious daybeds provide the most intimate setting to lounge in with your partner. The Bellagio’s pool offers five distinctive courtyard settings, so there is lots to explore.
There’s a lot to eat, too. The Pool Cafe has a full menu of healthy eats as well as sweet, decadent desserts. Finally, the spa offers poolside services, so you never have to leave your daybed to indulge in ultimate relaxation.
The Bellagio is Las Vegas’s most romantic and luxurious setting to enjoy your favorite pool activities.
Rates at Bellagio Resort & Casino start at $169 or 21,000 World of Hyatt points per night.
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The MGM Grand’s pool complex features four swimming pools, three whirlpools, free-flowing waterfalls, and some exclusive and luxurious amenities. The lazy river (which is closed during winter) is legendary. It spans 1,000 feet in length, and it winds itself around the resort’s 26 private cabanas and 20 daybeds where you can order bottles and food service.
If the pool complex wasn’t enough, the MGM Grand also opened an additional 54,000-square-foot adults-only venue that hosts world-renowned DJs with its state-of-the-art audio and visual entertainment system. Legendary artists like Steve Aoki and Martin Garrix frequent the massive aquatic venue, which is called the Wet Republic.
Rates at the MGM Grand Las Vegas start at $59 per night.
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Three levels, six pools, and a 40-foot-tall gigantic jumbotron playing your favorite games: Circa Resort & Casino’s Stadium Swim multiplex is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. The hotel is so confident of its pool’s excellence that Circa branded it “the best pool in history.”
Book one of the 38 daybeds to indulge in a glorious afternoon nap or sunbathe on one of the 337 chaise lounges. Swim-up bars are scattered around the premises, but guests can also reserve a private cabana to get individual service from one of the 100-plus attentive staff members.
It’s safe to say that Circa Resort & Casino’s Stadium Swim is the most unique pool in Las Vegas. Where else can you watch a football game on a 143-foot screen while sipping a cocktail or lounging in a cabana with your family and friends?
Located in downtown Las Vegas on the Fremont Street Experience, the Circa Resort & Casino is just a 10-minute drive to all the action on the Strip making it convenient when you’re ready to dry off and explore.
Rates at Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas start at $119 per night.
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The Downtown Grand, known for its modern aesthetic, is a quiet retreat from the Las Vegas Strip — even though it’s only a minute or two from all the action. The resort’s 36,000-square-foot rooftop pool is a classy addition to its many other amenities.
The Citrus Grand Pool Deck overlooks Las Vegas’ singular skyline and feels like an upscale but fun garden party. Besides the incredible view, the pool area is filled with unique features. A fire pit with lawn games is perfect for the whole family, while the private cabanas are a romantic, secluded option for couples.
If that’s not enough, the cabanas and Citrus Grand Pool Deck have menus offering a variety of drinks and food, like chips and guacamole, Margherita flatbreads and ice cream sandwiches. The Downtown Grand is an elegant and modern option for any guest.
Rates at the Downtown Grand start at $56 per night.
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The Mirage is famous for the massive erupting artificial volcano in front of the resort. Siegfried & Roy performed at the Mirage for nearly 14 years before retiring, too.
Now, the resort might be better known for its pool complex. Lagoons and waterfalls surround five acres of saltwater pools. Palm trees border the pool area, creating a dream-like, jungly atmosphere. With two jetted whirlpools, waterfalls and 16 luxurious private cabanas, the Mirage feels like a hidden tropical oasis.
The Bare Pool Lounge is The Mirage’s adults-only pool, and it has a full-service bar and a menu for poolside dining.
The Mirage is currently transitioning into a Hard Rock property, so rates are not yet available.
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The Tank at Golden Nugget is a buzzy, $30 million pool concept. The complex features a 200,000-gallon shark aquarium and 17 private cabanas over three levels. Guests can swim surrounded by sharks while being completely protected from them by the tank’s walls.
Golden Nugget’s pools — open for limited hours during early season, Feb. 1 until March 13 — offer varying experiences for guests, depending on which floor they choose. The ground level features the largest pool, which is surrounded by the shark tank.
For a more personalized experience, the second floor has beautiful private daybeds. The top floor holds The Tank’s luxury cabanas — each of which has a TV, safe, refrigerator, ceiling fan, love seat, two chairs and two loungers. Needless to say, there’s room for the whole family. Finally, on the terrace level, guests will find giant circular beds with views of the entire complex.
If you’re looking for an adults-only experience, check out The Hideout, located on the third level of the pool complex. This exclusive area features an infinity pool, chaise lounges, premium cabanas and a walk-up bar.
Rates start at $96 per night.
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Palms is a short 10-minute drive away from the city’s legendary Strip — far away enough to be a peaceful setting, but still close enough to all the action.
In addition to its theater and world-class spa, Palms has two over-the-top pools. Cabanas and daybeds are scattered throughout the ground level of the Palms Casino Resort Pool; the oasis-style setting offers guests a comfortable place to relax. The second level features private cabanas with a plunge pool overlooking the ground level.
The Palms Place Pool is 50,000 square feet of paradise located on the sixth floor of the hotel. Its bright, modern aesthetic and seclusion offer guests a quieter option than the more electric Palms Casino Resort Pool. A fireplace gives the pool a cozy vibe, while personalized service, a full-service bar and private cabana rentals make The Palms Place Pool a desirable place to lounge for the day.
Rates start at $79 per night.
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The Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, and its two distinctive pools have big personalities during pool season.
The Go Pool is an adults-only area while the Beach Club gives families a nice place to regroup after fun out on the town. Unfortunately, the pools are only open from March through October.
The Go Pool hosts live DJs and music on its premises. Spend the day underneath the Flamingo’s iconic pink umbrellas on one of the many complimentary lounge chairs, or rent a daybed or private cabana. Cocktails and drinks are plentiful on the Go Pool’s poolside menu. Guests may also take a short walk to the Beach Club Cafe.
The Beach Club is a perfect destination for families looking for a fun pool experience. The main attraction is the exciting waterslide, which is designed to look like it shoots through huge boulders. The pool also features lagoons and waterfalls, giving it a tropical feel that transports you away from the hustle and bustle of Sin City.
In addition to the slide, The Beach Club offers cabanas and daybeds, as well as a bar and cafe where families can order food and drinks. Whether you’re looking to cool off in the water or relax in a cabana, The Beach Club has something for everyone.
Rates start at $26 per night.
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Tahiti Village Resort & Spa has been voted the best family-friendly resort by the Las Vegas Review-Journal for four years. Maybe it’s because the suite-only resort has a tiki-themed arcade or a wide range of activities for families to participate in (such as a mermaid encounter, poolside treasure hunt, and wine and painting classes). But it’s also probably because of its incredible pool.
The heated lazy river is simply iconic. It measures an eighth of a mile, and it has four distinct waterfall features and tiki torches placed all around it. The main pool has a sandy beach entry to the water, making it ideal for building sandcastles with the kids. Plus, two hot tubs (one for adults and one for all ages) make it a desirable destination for all.
If the pool isn’t enough, the hotel’s Mahana Spa is open seven days a week, offering massages, facials and more. In addition, with four on-site dining and drink options and two tiki-themed bars, you’ll never run out of ways to eat and celebrate after a restorative day at the pool or spa.
Located less than 2 miles from the legendary Strip and just south of the airport, Tahiti Village is well-positioned for all of the action of Las Vegas. The main pool is closed (seasonally) until February 2023, but the lazy river and hot tubs are open year-round.
Rates start at $117 per night.
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Wynn Las Vegas hosts the World Pool Tournament and F1 racing, and it offers fitness classes with coaches trained in Tom Brady’s TB12 workout regimen. In addition, the Encore Theater presents internationally renowned artists and comedians. But did you know Wynn has four pools that rival even its most exciting events during pool season?
The Pool at Wynn boasts plushly pillowed lounge chairs where guests can order signature cocktails poolside or from a private cabana. Each cabana includes a flat-screen TV, complimentary bottled water and snacks. The setting is lively but appropriate for the whole family.
The Pool at Encore is surrounded by scenic gardens and is best for decompressing from the energy of the Strip. Cozy chaise chairs in the intimate setting inspire ultimate relaxation for guests looking for an escape.
The resort’s adults-only offerings are the Encore Beach Club and XS Nightclub Sunday Nightswim. Both temperature-controlled pools host live music acts and acclaimed DJs to kick off the party in Vegas style. DJs like Calvin Harris and Marshmello have performed at the venue, making it one of the hottest spots in town. The SX Nightclub even has a luxurious indoor setting for those cooler desert nights.
Rates at Wynn and Encore Las Vegas start at $254 per night.
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Hilton Vacation Club Cancun Resort Las Vegas is an outpost of Hilton Grand Vacations. The all-suites resort is located just south of the legendary Las Vegas Strip — about a 10-minute drive from the main drag. It’s close enough to the action but far away enough that families can find a respite from the crowds.
The resort features two beautiful pools. A Mayan-inspired pyramid stands in the center of the two, with a grand waterfall rushing down into the main pool. That’s not at all, though. Four water slides are strategically scattered throughout the pool’s premises, promising fun for the entire family. The poolside restaurant and bar offers guests delicious takes on classics like the bacon cheeseburger or Cancun breakfast burrito.
Rates start at $82 per night.
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