Need to get away from humdrum city life? Las Vegas is always a good choice when you’re all about having fun. Las Vegas is nothing if not the ultimate party city and partying is a 24/7 activity in Sin City. During the day, the pools are where all of the action is happening and whether your goal is to “see and be seen” or work on your tan, there’s no better place than a Vegas pool. Here we have rounded up a selection of the hottest hotel pools which, let’s be honest, plays a big part in helping you decide where you should stay. Read this, book your hotel and pack your best bathing suit (or two)!

Hottest Las Vegas Pools

 

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

This hotel offers 3 pools but by far the most spectacular views of the Las Vegas strip can be seen from the Boulevard Pool, set four stories above the ground. Get your game on while soaking up some rays at the ping pong, foosball or billiards tables. However, one of the best reasons to come to this Vegas pool the food – your taste buds will thank you when you try the delicious snacks and nitrogen-charged and alcohol-spiked popsicles. The Boulevard Pool is also a popular spot for nighttime activities including theme parties, “Dive In Movies” and concerts.

One of the hottest Las Vegas pools is at The Cosmopolitan

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Encore at Wynn Las Vegas

At Encore’s Beach Club (commonly called just EBC), you will find all the luxury you’d expect from anything having to do with the Wynn. The area is decked out with extravagant cabanas, some several stories high, but those without such deep pockets can relax on the lily pads and lounge chairs that are set in the pools. With bars on both sides of the pool, a drink is only a few steps away and tasty snacks can be ordered from the poolside grill. The slightly European vibe is complemented with world-class DJs spinning all day long to give you a true 5-star experience. We highly recommend getting in touch with Nick M who regularly gets people onto the VIP guest list for free!

Check out ENcore Beach Club for one of the hottest Las Vegas pools

 

Caesars

This is a well-known hotel and its pool is certainly the stuff of legends. Its Bacchus Pool, for example, is reserved for high-profile guests—the very rich, the famous and the movers and shakers of the business and entertainment world. However, for the rest of us, there are other pools like Venus, which is European style (aka topless), as well as Fortuna, which has a swim-up blackjack table under the waterfall. Doesn’t that sound bizarre and amazing? You have to see it in person to believe it. There are also ground pools, with waterfalls and fountains great for kids playing.

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Bellagio

But, if you really want to get away from city life, and can’t arrange to fly to Italy, try the pools at Bellagio. Bellagio boasts the atmosphere of an Italian villa and all the charms of Italy. That is, Mediterranean décor, hand carved fixtures, and a peaceful atmosphere with five swimming pools—all delightfully quiet and free of music, perfect for your peaceful relaxation needs. There are also whirlpools and a special Premier Lounge, which has fruit-infused water pool—we kid you not.

Bellagio has one of the hottest las vegas pools

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Venetian

Tao Beach at the Venetian is a non-stop pool party scene featuring big-name DJs and hordes of beautiful people dancing the day away. Huge Buddha statues and 14-foot fire columns decorate this 18,000 square-foot pool club, keeping the atmosphere alluring and decadent without being tacky. The bartenders mix up delicious TAO-jitos and TAO-tinis which perfectly complement the Asian-inspired food.

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Hard Rock

The pools at the Hard Rock Hotel make up a massive 200,000 square-foot water-soaked paradise. Of course the Nirvana and Breathe pools offer quiet, beach-y serenity which can be nice but party people will want to head to Paradise Beach. This pool area, decked out with sandy beaches, features swim-up blackjack tables and the latest hip-hop and dance tunes. This pool rocks throughout the week but for sure the can’t miss events are Summer Camp Fridays and Rehab Sundays.

Rehab is one of the hottest Las Vegas pool parties

 

Golden Nugget

This is a golden nugget worth searching for! The Tank, dating back the 1940s, recently underwent a renovation with a pool that was placed amid a 200,000 gallon aquarium. You can take a water slide three stories and get very close to sharks, safely tucked away behind invincible plexiglass. A must-experience event that will get your heart pumping!

Shark tank pool is one of the hottest pools in las vegas

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If you want to spend the day at one of this spectacular pools but are not a guest at that hotel, fear not. Like all things in Las Vegas, you can pay your way in with a cover charge, usually ranging from about $20 – $50 per person. You can also check out some of Vegas’ top insiders for exclusive deals, tickets to pool parties and VIP connections including VegasConcierge and LasVegas.com. At some point during your sun-soaked Vegas extravaganza, you will want to take a break from the rays so we suggest checking out some of Las Vegas’ Best Kept Secrets?

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