Planning a trip to Vegas, but worried about the summer heat? We’ve got you covered, with 10 of Las Vegas’ most spectacular pool parties. Both on and off the strip, you can cool down (or dance it up) in style. From the sophisticated Liquid Pool at the Aria to the opulent Garden of the Gods at Caesar’s palace, there’s a pool for everyone in every mood. Whether you want to party all night, or soak in some rays on a daybed, or even watch a game from the shade of a cabana, you can do all that and more at these fantastic locations!
Pool Parties On The Strip
The Aquatic Club – The Palazzo
Firstly, if you want to go a little bit retro, the Aquatic Club at The Palazzo is the place for you. Featuring classic cocktails, boozy artisan popsicles, and a menu catered by Wolfgang Puck, this pool party is sure to please. Each day of the weekend has a different theme or event. Hence, Fridays feature world hip hop with a DJ, and a floating ping-pong table; Saturdays offer electronica and a synchronized swimming show; and Sundays you can take in a live acoustic band, and either a Snapper or Bloody Mary bar.
Drai’s Beach Club – The Cromwell
Boasting the best poolside view in all of Las Vegas, Drai’s at The Cromwell is where the party’s at. Not only are they open during the afternoon, where you can enjoy 8 luxury pools, over 15 cabanas, and tall, shady palms, they’re also open at night for a spectacular, Neon party. If you like fancy cocktails, EDM, and panoramic partying, this is the place for you. Note, they have a strict dress code, for both the pool areas and bar/restaurants.
Encore Beach Club – The Wynn
One of the biggest pool clubs in Las Vegas, Encore Beach Club at The Wynn features 26 cabanas, an infinity pool, and boasts name DJs like Diplo and David Guetta. With gaming tables and drinks starting at $20, it seems like lavish luxury you can only find in Vegas!
Garden of the Gods – Caesar’s Palace
Perhaps the most infamous pool in Vegas, Garden of the Gods at Caesar’s Palace boasts a spectacular Roman-style architecture and opulent surroundings to make you feel like you’re miles away from the Vegas Strip. Due to its seven pools, there’s an area for every mood. From high energy dance parties to relaxing, shady environments, with swim-up bars and poolside space services. Furthermore, get a deep tissue massages to body art. However, the Garden of the Gods is open only to hotel guests, or those staying at other Caesar’s Entertainment locations for a fee.
Liquid Pool – The Aria
If you’re looking for something energetic but less chaotic than other Strip locations, try Liquid Pool at The Aria. Known for its contemporary feel, Liquid is upscale and intimate. DJs spin poolside and there’s plenty of shade to take a break from the Vegas heat. Featuring 8 cabanas, 17 daybeds, and over 30 banquettes and tables, VIP experiences are also available. Locals welcome.
Marquee Dayclub – The Cosmopolitan
Lounge by day, so you can party by night. The Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan turns into an extension of the Nightclub once the sun goes down. Visitors can enjoy an infinity plunge pool, a pool cabana, and a party deck of fun. The Marquee is open April thru October, where you can continue to dance under the Dome.
Tao Beach – The Venetian
Open in 2005, Tao Beach at The Venetian is open daily. With poolside sushi and “taotinis,” you can’t go wrong. And, if you’re looking for a little more freedom, Monday thru Thursdays afternoons is European style (topless for women). On Tuesday thru Sunday nights, the beach is open late and hosts international guest DJs, and features 14-foot fire columns
Pool Parties Off The Strip
Citrus Grand Pool Deck – The Downtown Grand
With 35,000 square feet, Citrus at The Downtown Grand has more than enough space for all of your partying. It features an infinity pool, full bar, cabanas, and a restaurant. You can also take part in backyard games including foosball, table tennis, and others, or relax in the shade at an umbrella table and take in the festivities. Therefore, the atmosphere is fun and casual. Another great thing are the parties Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights to liven things up. They also have a range of music and entertainment.
Naked – Artisan
If you’re looking for something off strip, Naked Pool at Artisan brings a little bit of Europe to Las Vegas. As a result, women can go topless anytime. Daybeds, cabanas, and drinks for days! Furthermore, Naked offers a fun, energetic environment for those who want to party. Or, relax and suntan if you just want to take a load off.
Rehab – The Hard Rock
The first pool party in Las Vegas, Rehab started the trend. Rehab at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has a tropical vibe, with sandy beaches and swim-up blackjack tables. Check out the three pools– Nirvana Pool, Breathe Pool Lounge and Paradise Beach–of this five-acre paradise. Another cool thing – if you order bottle service, they’ll deliver it to you in a pirate ship!