Spacious, elegant and stately, the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is a collection of exclusive watering holes, decadent cabanas and lavish sunbathing spots. It’s no wonder why this Las Vegas pool escape is the ultimate warm-weather destination.
Whether you bow before the gods of the sun or the water, a pool day at Caesars Palace is a royal treat. With all the Roman architecture and pools, you’ll feel like you’re in the heart of Italy. The seven Garden of the Gods pools offer a distinct experience for sun loungers and those who would prefer to make a splash. There’s a pool for every mood. If you desire poolside luxury, cabanas come equipped with cold refreshments and a fresh fruit plate.
The pool is exclusively for Caesars Palace and Nobu Hotel guests. However, those 21 and older staying at Caesars Entertainment properties may enter for a fee (based on available seating).
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This iconic pool is the classic image of Caesars Palace swimming, an elegant spot with statuary and columns. Lounge chairs surround the round pool, offering some of the most striking views of the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, while its two cabanas and 17 day beds offer another level of luxury.
The perfect place to mingle, meet and greet, The Neptune pool is the social hub of the Garden of the Gods. Splash among the beautiful people, get some sun or just relax. The Neptune pool features eight cabanas, 12 day beds and chaise lounge chairs for your enjoyment.
Apollo was the Roman god of light and the sun, so it’s only fitting that this Las Vegas pool suited for sun worship is named after this deity. Positioned at the southwest corridor of the oasis, The Apollo Pool provides maximum sun exposure with five cabanas and four day beds.
The Jupiter Pool is secluded in the northwest corner of the Garden of the Gods. Relax your way in one of seven luxurious cabanas.
The Roman goddess of luck beckons you to try yours at this action-packed pool. Play a few hands of swim-up blackjack, have a bite to eat or visit the Fortuna bar for a refreshing selection of signature mojitos and fresh margaritas.
Named after the Roman God of wine, this exclusive pool is reserved for invited guests and celebrities. With eight daybeds and eight cabanas, The Bacchus Pool is the perfect place to soak in the sun and enjoy a VIP experience.
Venus European Pool Lounge is the most well-appointed and exclusive Las Vegas pool experience at the oasis. The sophisticated and secluded European-style retreat offers high-end food and beverage choices for you to indulge in while perfecting your summer tan. All drinks are topped and made with the freshest fruits and ingredients. Light treats include sushi rolls, crisp salads, sandwiches and burgers served straight from the grill.
The 10,000-square-foot retreat hosts 14 cabanas, 16 day beds, 10 couches and plenty of chaise lounge chairs. You’ll find the perfect spot to catch rays, people-watch or just take in the lush surroundings.
Venus Pool admission is $30 for gentlemen and free for women. Locals receive free admission on Thursdays! All Caesars Palace and Nobu guests receive $10 off admission before 1:00 p.m.
Garden of Gods Pool Oasis! is Caesars' own, highfalutin' title for the trio of pools -- the Temple, the Neptune, and the Venus -- which collectively span 4.5 acres, between Roman columns, elaborate marble and granite mosaics, and cabanas (available to rent, with a TV and refrigerator). To Caesars' credit, I felt the need to add the exclamation point.
If you've ever ventured through Caesars Palace, chances are you probably got lost within the huge property (at least) a couple of times. At the resort's five-acre Garden of the Gods pool, it's easy to lose your way here too. But we can honestly say you'll have a blast by doing so! Offering seven pools, this sprawling area provides something for everyone. Once you get used to your surroundings, you can't wait to take a dip in all the pools. And with the stunning, dramatic Roman architecture and sculptures, it's almost like being in Italy.