Bring it Home Las Vegas

Are you planning on visiting Las Vegas during the summer? If yes, it is likely that you have considered spending some time by the pool during your summer trip. Daytime is easily the best time if you are looking to dive into some Las Vegas summer fun. And whether it is on the Vegas strip or only a short ride away, Sin City has some of the best and most relaxing pools in the US.

There is something to satisfy and please every sunbather. From the scorching hot summers to the temperate winters, the top pools in Las Vegas offer good times for all, throughout the year. The desert oasis offers the perfect afternoon agenda to cool off and have an excellent time during the warmer part of the day. 

Here are our top picks of Las Vegas’ must-visit pools.

1.    Bellagio Pool

The Bellagio will transport you to an amazing Italian-inspired refuge if you are looking for a more relaxed and calming pool vibe. The best thing is that the Bellagio pool deck has a refreshing Mediterranean atmosphere with five fantastic pools surrounded by a beautiful and elegant garden landscape.

 You can also indulge in cocktails prepared with fresh juices, a delicious sushi lunch, or even a relaxing poolside massage while you spend your day relaxing with a book or soaking up rays. You will love the fact that private cabanas feature Wi-Fi, refreshing misters, pool rafts, and a fridge stocked with some of the best non-alcoholic beverages.

2.    The Beach – Mandalay Bay

The Beach at Mandalay Bay is easily the closest thing that you will get to the ocean in Las Vegas. It comprises 2,700 tons of real sand, more than 11 lush acres, and has a 1.6 million gallon wave pool. Also, keep in mind that Mandalay Bay Beach offers 100 luxury cabanas, luxurious daybeds, as well as premium beachside bungalows that are perfect for indulging in nachos, Jell-O shots, or a cozy spa treatment. 

Whether you love battling tall crests in the splashy wave pool or swimming around the lazy river, the Beach is essential for anyone who would like to go to Las Vegas for some pool time.

3.    Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis

You can swim in seven pools at Caesars Palace. The resort’s amazing Garden of the Gods is a relaxing and sprawling, outdoor getaway intricately adorned with statues and stately columns that embody the spirit of ancient Rome.

With beautiful and ornate statues and fountains strewn about the glorious pool deck, The Garden of the Gods offers the most beautiful and Instagram-worthy water background in the city. Also, the poolside setting features Cove Beach, which is a newly designed pool that has a Mediterranean vibe.

4.    MGM Grand

You probably know that this massive resort features a vast swimming area to beat the heat. It covers over seven acres with five huge pools that you can choose from. In addition to the five elegant and big swimming pools, you will find a relaxing river adventure, three whirlpools, walking bridges, and fountains. 

 If you are ready for something very tranquil, just slip into the lazy river and then let the current seamlessly carry you around the 300-meter course on a comfy inflatable tube.