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8 Las Vegas Pools to Visit This Summer

Ready to cool down in the scorching summer temps? These 8 Las Vegas pools are the perfect destination.

Summer season has arrived in Las Vegas. With temperatures skyrocketing and COVID-19 restrictions being lifted, people are eager to enjoy the outdoor activities and recreational spaces that Sin City has to offer. Whether you’re here for the whole season or just a quick getaway, you won’t run out of options. Check out eight of the best Las Vegas pools you need to visit this summer.

8 Las Vegas Pools We Love

1. Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, Caesars Palace

With seven magnificent pools, Caesars Palace’s Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis boasts features that treat visitors just as the name suggests – as gods (and goddesses). 

If you want to play blackjack and sip cocktails, test your fortune at the Fortuna Pool. If you want to relax in luxury, the Temple Pool is for you. Get a deep tissue or alfresco massage from the comfort of your cabana at Qua Bath & Spa. 

Want to sunbathe or night swim European style? Don’t miss the Venus Pool. And exclusively for the kiddos, head to the Jupiter Pool for games, bubbles, and themed floaters. If you want to enjoy with the whole family, the Apollo Pool boasts a BBQ grill, turf lawn with games, and daybed.

If you’re looking to jumpstart your weekend party, check out Neptune Pool’s floaties, cold drinks, and DJ sets. And if you want a super exclusive cabana 18 feet above deck, you’ll want to try your luck at the VIP Bacchus Pool.

2. Cancun Resort Las Vegas

A little further down south, out of the Strip, you can leave the city hustle and still enjoy a world-class vacation. Retreat to Cancun Resort Las Vegas, a family-friendly pool complex with creative waterscapes and playful slides. 

Splash away at the large Mayan Lagoon with the incredible Mayan Pyramid and cascading waterfalls. As you swim under the waterfall and pyramid, you’ll be led to the amazing jacuzzi area, perfect for rest and relaxation.

Everyone will love all four enormous water slides of the Mayan Cove pool. Plus, there’s a poolside café and a range of spa services perfect for the whole fam.

3. Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas

Renowned as a pool party hotspot in the city, Encore Beach Club features a three-tiered pool complex. Plus, it’s perfectly landscaped with pagoda showers, water lounges, luxurious cabanas, and two-story bungalows.

If you’re looking for fancy, this is the place to be. We’re talking floating daybeds, a private infinity dipping pool, exclusive balcony, and a one-of-a-kind pool party experience.

Hosting some of the best pool parties in Las Vegas, this spot allows you to enjoy live music, cocktails, and world-class DJs performing during summer. On their current lineup are famous DJs and artists – Dillon Francis, Alesso, The Chainsmokers, and Kygo – for Sundays in June and July.

4. The Tank at Golden Nugget

Tagged as one of the country’s most amazing hotel pools, The Tank at Golden Nugget is living up to its name. This $30-million complex features a 200,000 gallon shark tank aquarium and 17 private cabanas.

Are you brave enough? This is your chance to swim next to sharks or to plunge down a waterslide that goes through the shark tank.

If you’re more into R&R, you’ll enjoy the breathtaking waterfalls while you lounge in one of the 17 private cabanas. Take your pick how you want to chill – sipping drinks from their H2O bar, relaxing in their hideouts, or warming up at the jacuzzi.

5. South Point Hotel

At the heart of southwest Las Vegas, soak up some sun in the shimmering turquoise paradise pool of South Point Hotel.

They may not have water slides or wave pools, but their gigantic lagoon-style swimming pool is the perfect place for families to play and relax. If you have younger kids, take advantage of the wading pool where they can swim and splash in shallow waters.

The pool area also has a large gazebo with lots of lounge chairs, so you can relax by the pool and still get some shade.

6. Tahiti Village Resort and Spa

South of the Strip, you’ll find one of best family- and kid-friendly pools in Las Vegas. Welcoming you at the Tahiti Village Resort and Spa is their free-form pool with a sandy beach entry that’s surrounded by palm trees and palapas. 

The pool area boasts one of the city’s longest lazy rivers, 1/8 of a mile long, that’s heated to the mid-70s during the summer season. It has tiki torches and four beautiful waterfalls along the passage to cool you off as you float around the river.

For resort guests, you get to enjoy complimentary lazy river tubes and summer-long luaus to complete your stay.

7. The Cosmopolitan

The pool district at The Cosmopolitan features three enormous pools that offer unique experiences.

The Boulevard Pool, complete with its glass walls and killer views of the Strip, boasts an upbeat vibe for the sociable and outgoing ones. You can sit on your lounge chair, or go extravagant in the infinity plunge pool with your butler service. 

Looking for some peace and quiet? The Chelsea Pool is for you. Situated away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, this pool area is the perfect remote sanctuary. Here, you’ll get to enjoy a calm vibe topped by the ambient lo-fi music playing.

The third pool experience is completely different. Marquee Dayclub is known as a coveted pool party and daytime escape spot in town. On Fridays and Saturday, it transforms into a moonlit outdoor lounge with a top DJ playing the beats. On Sundays, you can enjoy night swims under the stars, topped with bottle service and bites in your cabana.

Summertime in Las Vegas is a paradise for locals and tourists alike. It’s the perfect time to soak up the sun at these eight Las Vegas pools. And with incredible weather, an abundance of things to do, and unlimited sights to see, the whole family will have plenty of summer activities.

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