It’s April and temperatures are already hitting the 90s. For people looking to cool off in Las Vegas, it doesn’t get any better than taking a dip in one of the many extravagant pools in town. If you’re looking to beat the heat this summer in Sin City, look no further—Things To Do in Las Vegas presents the best swimming pools in Las Vegas for every style and budget.
Best Rooftop Pool
The Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan
Open 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily
Daybeds and Cabanas available for reservation
The Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan Hotel and Casino is one of the coolest places to be this summer. The Boulevard Pool is just one of three titillating pools at the Cosmo offering truly spectacular panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip, lush day beds, and good vibes all around.
You won’t want to miss Dive In Movies on Monday nights at 7:00 p.m., where you can lounge in or by the pool while watching your favorite films on a mesmerizing 60 foot marquee screen. You can also get the VIP treatment with your own private cabana and dedicated server.
Looking for something to do after sunset? Make your way to Marquee for nighttime swimming, a rooftop patio, and resident DJs every Friday and Saturday, 10:00 p.m. to late.
Best Topless Pool
Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay
Open 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily
Daybeds from $175 | Cabanas from $450
Moorea Beach Club is one of our favorite European-style pools in Las Vegas. Located at the Mandalay Bay, Moorea is all about upscale experiences, beautiful views, and toptional fun.
You can escape to a secluded cabana or socialize from a distance on one of the daybeds surrounding an infinity hot tub.Villas, bungalows, and pavilions are available for those looking for even more privacy (and their own private pool). Best of all, you’re only steps away from Mandalay Bay Beach’s 11-acre aquatic playground featuring a real sand beach, lazy river, and wave pools.
Best Pool Off the Strip
The Tank at the Golden Nugget
Open 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily
Daybeds from $55 | Cabanas from $155
When it comes to the best swimming pools in Las Vegas, you can’t skip out on the award-winning Tank Pool inside the Golden Nugget. Located on Fremont Street, the Golden Nugget is an iconic hotel and casino first built in 1946.
The Tank’s world-famous shark tank slide is currently closed due to coronavirus restrictions, but those who love aquatic adventures can still swim right up to the 200,000 gallon shark tank aquarium in the center of the pool for a one-of-a-kind experience.
The Tank also features more than a dozen cabanas over three separate floors, plus access to the HideOut, an adults-only infinity pool with premium cabanas, gazebos, and daybeds in a secluded paradise.
Best Pool for Relaxing
Cypress Lounge at the Bellagio
Open 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily
Reserved seating starting at $200
The Cypress Lounge at the Bellagio Hotel is one of the best swimming pools in Las Vegas and the perfect spot for a quiet hideaway. Like the Bellagio, this pool lounge oozes both luxury and sophistication. Located in a private garden, Cypress offers private lounge chairs, daybeds, umbrellas, and a personal Cypress host to attend to your every need.
Cool down with frozen fruit, Evian misters, and cocktails made to order. You’ll also have access to poolside spa services to take your relaxation to the next level.
Best Pool for Families
Open at 11:00 a.m. most days, see website for schedule
Daily admission starting at $19.99 for seniors, $32.99 for youths under 42”, and $44.99 for everyone over 42”
Reserved lounge chairs from $69.99 | Cabanas from $199.99
Just 20 minutes away from the hubbub of the Las Vegas Strip, Cowabunga Bay is located in nearby Henderson, Nevada. With monstrous water slides, mini-slides for young children, a wave tank, a lazy river, carnival games, and more, there’s something for everyone at Cowabunga Bay.
The park also has all-you-can-drink soft drinks available to help you stay cool and hydrated during those scorching hot Las Vegas summer days. Frequent visitors and locals can take advantage of the park’s $99.99 season pass, which allows unlimited visits to Cowabunga Bay and sister park Cowabunga Canyon in Summerlin.
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