Las Vegas celebrates the warm weather right. We’ve got the city’s pool scenes listed here from major poolside party, filled with DJs and crowds tied as tight as a teeny bikini to a blissed out, Zen-relaxed serenity scene – and everything in-between. Plan the perfect pool party and let the spring/summer 2019 celebration begin!
The elegant, year-round, temperature-controlled Wynn Pool features two levels of beautifully tiled pools surrounded by manicured gardens and brightly colored poolside cabanas. Enjoy a refreshing dip or relax poolside in one of the many lounge chairs while being waited on by attentive servers.
Hideaway Pool at TopGolf
Hop in the Hideaway Pool to cool off after besting your long drive record or polishing off a plate of hot wings. Only in Vegas would a TopGolf be equipped with a multi-level pool, complete with cabanas, a full bar, access to hitting bays and a twenty-eight foot HD Video Wall for catching the game.
Wet Republic Ultra Pool
Wet Republic is the pool to go to if you want the best DJs in the world spinning the soundtrack to your swim. It’s here where you can expect to hear sets from Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Steve Aoki and so many more. The 54,000-square-foot venue opens up across 6,000 square feet of pool space, plus six private dipping pools – all filled with salt water.
Encore Beach Club
Ready to dive right off into the deep end? Here, you’ll find the wildest party that’ll feel flat-out limitless. A staple of the Las Vegas pool party scene for sure, Encore can satisfy even the coolest club kids. Should that still not be enough, there’s even gambling just inside the beach club too. For a raging nighttime vibe, dip your toes into the XS Nightswim party every Sunday night.
The TAO party venue roars. Get ready to bump into new friends as if you were at a house party. Known as one of the top pool party scenes in the city, TAO is the place to be if you want a thumping vibe in an intimate atmosphere.
Drai’s Beach Club
Don’t let Drai’s Beach Club pass you by. This one’s fresher to the scene, but it brings a wild wave with it. Seated atop the roof of The Cromwell, it overlooks the center of the Strip, giving it bragging rights with which few other clubs can compete.
The Tank at Golden Nugget
Downtown Las Vegas’ most exotic pool experience, The Tank features a 200,000-gallon-shark tank aquarium, a three-story complex, and 17 private cabanas. The one-of-a-kind waterslide will move you straight into uncharted waters.
At Planet Hollywood, Hang 10, or just hang out! Surf the Strip with the FlowRider Wave-in-a-Box Double that will have professional surfers and beginners alike showing off their skills in a safe, but completely exhilarating, perfectly playful scene.
The Pool at The Plaza
Chillax beside the 70,000-square-foot pool on the wide rooftop deck that leaves room for even more fun at The Plaza. Play pickleball or tennis, take a quick dip or a time-out in the hot tub for a relaxing rendezvous. The merrymaking goes on until sunset
Delano Beach Club
You’ve heard of water polo, but how about water chess? The submerged chess board with pieces nearly three feet tall will have you thinking you slipped into Wonderland. Delano Beach Club is perfect for a relaxing retreat with an offbeat, yet vivacious, atmosphere.
M Resort & Casino Pool
You won’t want to wake up from this posh poolside dream. The Daydream Pool Club at M Resort brings the entertainment and extravagance right to your personal cabana, from VIP menu selections to DJ sets. When you dip your toes in, you’ll see the glamour here is no reverie – the daydream is all real.
Marquee doesn’t just raise the bar, it literally raises the roof. Here, where it’s housed at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, you can rent a three-story, 1,000-square-foot bungalow of your own that has a deck attached – your catwalk that directly opens to the club. Or just stay poolside under the glass dome that covers it from any weather that wants to interrupt the day.
Pick the vibe that’s right for you with a low-key day at the serene Pool at Palms Place. Contemporary scenery, mixed with chill-out spa elements.
The 20,000-square-foot NoMad pool, situated on a third-floor roof deck at Park MGM, was designed by French architect Jacques Garcia with inspiration from the Majorelle Garden in Morocco, an art deco villa painted in brilliant cobalt. Top DJs like Mark Ronson (pictured) and QuestLove keep the party rocking.
However you decide to test the waters on your next visit, Las Vegas always keeps you cool by the pool.