Vegas Pools Opening for 2018 Season
Spring is less than two weeks away and the pools at Caesars Las Vegas Resorts started opening this week! So, pack your bathing suit and take advantage of the many poolside experiences Caesars has to offer. Whether you just need a few hours away from the machines or would like to spend the day relaxing in the sun or jamming to the rhythms of a DJ, you can find a Caesars pool to accommodate you.
Some pools are for hotel guests only, but the Pool at Harrah’s Las Vegas is open to the public and for all ages. This year the pool at Harrah’s is featuring an elevated experience on the upper deck pool for guests 21 years and older as well as a new outdoor grill and menu.
The Pools at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino are also free to the public, but if you want to go on the wave machine, the FlowRider, there is a charge by the half hour. The Pool at the Linq Hotel and Casino is a 21+ party pool and is also open to the public, offering DJs seven days a week and life-sized games and beer pong.
There are seven pools in the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace, which are free to guests of Caesars Palace, Nobu Hotel and The Cromwell, though all but the Venus European Pool Lounge (for hotel guests only, 21 and older) can be entered with a $20 fee (based on availability).
Of the other six pools, the Temple pool is family-friendly, the Fortuna pool has swim-up blackjack, the Neptune is the party pool, the Jupiter pool offers quiet, the Apollo is the sun worshipping pool and the Bacchus pool epitomizes the VIP treatment.
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If you want a more exclusive experience the Soleil Pool at Paris Las Vegas, located within a two-acre Parisian garden nestled under the Eiffel Tower replica or the Blu Pool at Bally’s are open to hotel guests only.
At the Flamingo Las Vegas, the Beach Club Pool is exclusive for hotel guests and open to all ages, except for the Beach Club at Night Events. The Go Pool Dayclub is a 21+ unique, daily pool party, free for Flamingo hotel guests, but open to other Caesars Resorts guests and the public with paid admission.
Voodoo Beach at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is free for all hotel guests and locals with a Total Rewards® card. There are all ages pools and a 21 and over pool. I’ve been to this pool a few times and even though I’m not a sun person and really don’t like to sit still except at a video poker machine, I found wading in the pools with the various water features and drying off in the sun to be a pleasant few hours. A pina colada or two, just added to the relaxation.
Finally there is Drai’s Beachclub • Nightclub atop The Cromwell for a full on nightclub experience with paid admission.
Photo Credits: Caesars Entertainment