Thankfully this oasis also happens to not only be the entertainment capital of the world it is also the #1 destination vacation city because of its diverse selection of choices for everyone. The newest, hippest pool scene is the pool at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hotel and casino. The pools there named the Bamboo and the Boulevard which offers amazing views of the strip and is open to guests only except for some evening events and the Marquee Dayclub has a cover charge of only $20 but boasts of intimate cabanas with their own private infinity pools. Las Vegas is one of the few American cities that offer European (Topless or Toptional) option at some of their upscale pools. Like Caesars Palace where “all roads lead poolside,” Caesar’s has eight pool’s each with a different theme, all are free for guest to use and only a $10 charge for non-guests weekdays and $20 Friday-Sunday. The pools at the Wynn and Encore the sister properties are available to guests only and even the guests pay a cover charge at the Beach Club. The Wynn and Encore properties were “born of Steve Wynn’s vision and bankroll” and offer guests a grown-up, upscale, feel to everything available and that extends to the pools as well. The combined seven pools offer everything from toptional swimming, private pools available for each tower and a DJ available at the Beach Club where cover charge is $30 for women and $40 for men. Another set of sister hotels that boast some of the best real estate in the whole valley is the Tao Beach Club at the Venetian and the Azure Pool at the Pallazzo, Tao features Indonesian-themed designs that fit Maxim magazines, boisterous, and busy, DJ led Saturday night parties. The setting at Azure is much more relaxed with its luxurious South-of-France vibe to it.
If you’re looking for something even more low key you and your guests should head over to the Aria Hotel and Casino, and check out all of the three pool selections they have while local and celebrity DJ’s are spinning music for you at the day club that is discreetly tucked away near the pools. The cover charge for the pools at the Aria is free for guest and only $10 for non-guests. The city has many indoor activities and family friendly pools such as the cool off suggestion at the pool the Golden Nugget has that incorporates a 200,000 gallon shark/fish tank into the swimming pool and is free to guests and only a $20 cover charge for non-guests.
There are activities for everyone here, Las Vegas offers everything from indoor and outdoor shooting ranges, indoor skydiving, a stretch of window shopping in Planet Hollywood that is so amazing it’s named the Miracle Mile. If you’re wandering around in the sun out walking remember to bring a bottle of water, chapstick, and a city map (bell desk). You can find tons of Las Vegas events and things to do at Vegas Tickets. 나트랑 에코걸