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Las Vegas Pool Season Splash Down

Cool Pools To Get Your Wet and Wild On

Pool season is upon us–it’s time to jump in.

The Cromwell

Daylife elevated. Last season’s debut of Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub was an instant success as partygoers hit the Strip’s only rooftop pool deck in bikinis and board shorts to take in the sights and dance to the sounds of Drai’s resident deejays. Poolside daybeds, bottle-service bungalows and luxury cabanas are available for rent.

DETAILS: Two complimentary passes per room for hotel guests; $20 for non-guest females and $30 for non-guest males.


Garden of the Gods Temple at Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Caesars Palace

With its Roman columns and statues, an 18-foot waterfall, eight pools and swim-up blackjack, this complex is truly worthy of the Garden of the Gods name. Renting a cabana or daybed ensures guaranteed seating. For a more laid-back adult experience, head to the secluded Venus Pool Club for European-style sunbathing.

DETAILS: Complimentary for hotel guests and $20 for non-guests.


Flamingo Las Vegas Beach Club Pool at Night

Flamingo Las Vegas

The tropical oasis at Flamingo offers two distinct experiences. The Beach Club is a family-friendly pool with a waterfall, grotto, café and waterslide, while the adults-only GO Pool is a party fueled by deejays spinning an open format of top-40 radio hits, club anthems and electronic-dance music (EDM). Contests and drink specials keep the party rocking.

DETAILS: Complimentary for hotel guests; $15 for guests at sister properties and $25 for non-guests.


Render of The LINQ Pool at The LINQ Hotel and Casino Las Vegas


Have fun in the sun while admiring gorgeous views of the LINQ Promenade and High Roller. Stay cool under a misting system that covers the entire pool deck, or sunbathe on a lily pad-shaped daybed rental. The central bar includes flat-screen TVs and a refreshing frozen drink cocktail menu. Chill out on hot weekends inside the air-conditioned Recover Zone.

DETAILS: Complimentary for hotel guests; $10 for other Caesars Entertainment guests; $20 for non-hotel guests.



About The Author

Ryan Slattery grew up in Boston. It wasn’t until he moved to Las Vegas in 2003 that the city’s sports teams started winning championships—eight since he left. Now, he’s only allowed back to visit. Ryan is the managing editor of Vegas Player magazine and also writes about travel, entertainment and dining for a number of national publications.

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