What are the Best Hotel Resort Pools On The Vegas Strip?

It’s that time of year when hotel pools are in high demand. There is a long list of the best pools to jump in for a refreshing dip for those visiting during Las Vegas pool season.

The high temperatures in Las Vegas in the summertime make it challenging to do much else besides hanging out poolside all day long.

Let’s dive into the list of best hotel pools on the Vegas Strip.

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MGM Grand is one of the best pools on the strip

MGM Grand Pool Complex – MGM Grand Hotel

If you’re looking for a pool with options – The MGM Grand pool is the spot for you. This pool complex is located at the MGM Grand Hotel and features four different pools, three whirlpools, waterfalls, and even a lazy river.

This pool complex stretches for 6.5 acres and has options for poolside massages, food, and drinks. If you want a more private, luxury experience, you can rent a cabana which includes a flat-screen tv and food/bottle service.

A few notes on this pool complex – you will need to rent a room at the hotel to use the pool. A coverup or shirt/bottoms and shoes are required when walking to and from the pool.

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Boulevard Pool – The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

This pool located at The Cosmopolitan (one of three pools at the Cosmopolitan) provides multiple levels of relaxation. You’ll find excellent views from anywhere near the pool of the Las Vegas Strip.

The open-air concept creates a unique vibe that is accented by lively music. Summertime offers movies played on the marquee – these are visible from the pool area.

Both daybeds and cabanas can be rented only by hotel guests. Cabanas include fruit plates, a personal fridge, an attentive server, and additional amenities.

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The Mirage Pool – Mirage Las Vegas

The Mirage Pool features an abundance of seating, waterfalls that can be swum under, and little hidden spots. There are private cabanas and private oasis seating available for reservations. Both require 18+ ages to reserve.

The cabanas include extra amenities, while the private oasis offers a spot that can be enjoyed away from the crowds. You’ll have staff tending to your needs in the oasis.

There are also standard reserved seating areas and daybeds that can be reserved. There are no minimum ages for both of these areas. The Mirage Pool is open daily 9 am – 7 pm.

Tip: Check out the differences between the Mirage and MGM Grand.

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Venetian and Palazzo Pool Decks – The Venetian & Palazzo Resorts

The Venetian Resort offers two different pool decks, each with its vibe and atmosphere. The Venetian Pool Deck has a more modern/resort vibe, while the Palazzo Pool Deck makes you feel like you’re on a tropical vacation.

The Venetian pool area includes a newly updated area with four pools (three are infinity), a splash pad, lounge areas in the pool, and daybeds. Cabanas are available with Wi-Fi included, large HD TVs, and some even have plunge pools.

Related: Venetian vs. Palazzo – Which to Stay At

The Palazzo pool area includes heated pools and a lounge pool with a shallow area to sit in. Hot tubs are available for use, and cabanas can be rented here as well. The cabanas include a fridge filled with drinks, smaller HD TVs, air conditioning, and lounge chairs.

Both options above (Venetian and Palazzo) include personal cabana hosts to take care of your needs.

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The Wynn Pool – The Wynn Las Vegas

The Wynn provides lounge chairs that surround the pool area. Cocktails can be consumed here along with food, and three pools are available for use.

The pool is surrounded by lush greenery and cabanas and daybeds can be reserved. The cabanas include TVs, water/sodas, fruit plates, snacks, and additional inclusions.

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Mandalay Bay Beach – Mandalay Bay

This 11-acre beach self-proclaims itself an “aquatic playground.” It features a wave pool, lazy river, and lagoon.

There is real sand present, as well as palm trees, waterfalls, and even water fountains. This is an excellent spot to bring your family, and it is possible to visit even if you’re not staying at Mandalay Bay. You’ll need to rent a cabana to do so.

Multiple cabanas can be reserved as well as a gazebo area and bungalow section. The cabanas are available in each section – beach cabanas (by the wave pool), lazy river cabanas, and east and west lagoon cabanas.

The bungalows are near the Moorea Beach Club (situated underneath), and the gazebos are both by the beach and near the pools providing a more private experience for guests.

Each lounging area provides enough space for 6-12 people, depending on the option chosen. Other amenities include TVs, stocked fridges, fans, and charging stations.

Flamingo Beach and Go Pools – Flamingo Las Vegas

The Flamingo Beach Club pool offers family-friendly style fun, while the Go Pool provides a party experience. Choose the option that best fits your needs.

The Vegas Flamingo Pool contains a lagoon, waterfalls, and slides, making it perfect for family vacation time. This pool is open every day from 9 am to 5 pm.

Cabanas and daybeds are available for reserving in this area. The cabanas provide fans, TVs, and lounge chairs while the daybeds sit next to the pool and offer a large storage area.

Go Pool is an adults-only pool deck area. You’ll find live music/DJs and cocktails available here. There is a 3.5-foot-deep pool with available lounge chairs.

Chairs cannot be reserved and are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Daily hours are from 9 am to 6 pm, and tickets are required to be purchased ahead of time for entry.

Resorts World Pool – Resorts World Las Vegas

Resorts World (new vegas casino resort in 2021) offers an impressive nine different pools that can be used. Cocktails are served poolside (similar to the other available hotel pools). There are family-friendly areas as well.

The pools to choose from include:

  • Main Pool – here, you’ll find daybeds and pool chairs.
  • Family Pool – there are little waterfalls here and shallow water.
  • Bimini Pool – enjoy the jacuzzis, bar, and lawn games found here.
  • Cabana Pool – this is one of the VIP areas that can be accessed.
  • VIP Pool – there is a 21+ age requirement for entry to this area that includes two pools and cabanas. One of the featured rooftop pools offers a skyline view of the strip.

Garden of Gods Pool Oasis – Caesars Palace

This pool offers magnificent columns surrounding the pool along with gold statues. You can even swim at night under the stars from Thursday to Sunday (ticket required).

There is a VIP-only pool, a family-friendly pool, a casual pool, an adult-only pool, and more. This is an excellent spot for multiple options and activities.

Seven pools are offered here, along with swim-up blackjack tables that you can play at between lounging and spending time in the pool. Lounge chairs are included at the pool. However, daybeds and cabanas will need to be reserved/rented. Each provides the option for food and drinks to be purchased.

Pool at Paris – Paris Las Vegas

The pool is named so for its proximity to the Eiffel Tower model on the Las Vegas Strip. It’s located right next to it, offering views that make you feel like you’re in Paris. Other replicas can be viewed from this pool location as well.

Some lounge chairs here are first-come-first-serve. You can also rent lounge chairs, daybeds, cabanas, and private villas. The pool area covers a two-acre area and sits on the second level of the Paris Hotel.

The lounge chairs and daybeds that are reservable include bottled water. The cabanas and private villas can hold up to six people and offer TVs, a dining area, a lounge area, and a cocktail service.

With many options to choose from, there is sure to be a perfect hotel pool (and pool party or pool parties) for everyone.

Check out the best hotel pools next time you hit the Las Vegas Strip for an unforgettable experience.

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