Ready for some fun in the sun? It doesn’t get any better than a relaxing pool day. From cabanas and drink options to specific pool itineraries, here’s a pool FAQ with everything you need to know for the ultimate Las Vegas pool experience.
Is it pool season in Vegas yet? YES! All 10 of our Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment pools officially began opening in early March.
What are the typical hours for pools? Pools usually open around 9 a.m. and close at 6 p.m., just before sunset. Pool clubs, like Venus Pool Club at Caesars Palace and The Voo at Rio tend to open around 11 a.m. - noon.
So, what do I need to bring with me? Your fun self, of course!
No, seriously. Well, you won’t need towels because the pool provides them for you. We do suggest asking for two – one to dry off with and one to put across your chair - these seats can get really hot.
Any tips on pool gear? Other than the obvious – swim trunks, bathing suit, sun screen, flip-flops, and sunglasses – hats are a must. The scorching sun beaming down on you is no joke! You can always score a hat at Goorin Bros. at The LINQ Promenade, which offers a bunch of stylish straw hats for men and women. Step up your game with new sunglasses from Chilli Beans, also at The LINQ Promenade. They have every style, from cat-eye to John Lennon-inspired frames. If you’re walking through a casino before or after your trip excursion, bring a cover-up. The air-conditioned gaming areas will be a harsh transition. One more thing: Personal water misters come in handy; you can find them at any sundries store.
I’m hearing security is pretty strict - friends told me I have to be careful what to bring to the pool. What’s safe and not safe? Items that are not allowed include:
If you have a prescription bottle, it must be unexpired. The name on the bottle must also match the name on your ID.
If I want to live it up with all my friends, how does the cabana / daybed situation work? Well, well, well…you’ve come to Vegas to party during the day? Good choice. Cabanas typically offer the following:
Daybeds start at $50 per day, with increasing prices on weekends; cabanas range from $100-500, depending if you get a bottle and reserve one in a 21 and older area. Rates may fluctuate, so it’s best to check online or call to get the specific prices you need.
Let’s talk about pampering. Are spa services available poolside? Yes. You would need to coordinate these with your hotel’s concierge in advance. They’re typically standard poolside massages. Massages are done in a remote area, ensuring the ultimate relaxation.
Can I go to any of these pools? Hotel pools are for guests only, but if you’re staying in any of the ten Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment properties, you can travel from one pool to the other. Some pools may offer an entry fee. Pool clubs, however, are open to the general public with admission.
Drai's Beachclub at The Cromwell offers complimentary admission to all Caesars Entertainment guests before 1 p.m. - just show your room key!
Can Las Vegas locals use any of the hotel pools? Las Vegas locals have complimentary entry into the following pools with a Caesars Rewards card:
Some restrictions apply, like if there are private events or special events. Management reserves all rights to limit complimentary entry.
I understand your hotels are pet-friendly; can I bring Fido to the pool? As adorable as Fido would look doggy paddling, pets are not permitted and only allowed in the resort’s designated areas.