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Soleil Las Vegas Pool

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Facts

Type of Activity

Pool

Cover Price

Free to hotel guests. Closed to general public.

Hours

Daily 8am - 8pm

Contact Number

(702) 946-3393, ext. 73393

You won’t get a view like this at any other Las Vegas pool. Soleil is located right underneath the hotel’s Eiffel Tower replica, positioned in the heart of the Strip. Relax in the provided, first-come-first-served lounge chairs and soak up the rays in this quiet, two-acre utopia. Reminiscent of a Parisian garden, the refreshing pool, spa and expansive deck offer cocktail service and plush amenities.

If hunger strikes, grab a bite at the attached Café du Parc. Further the indulgence by splurging on a poolside massage with attendants from the hotel’s Mandara Spa. Rent a shaded cabana for the day for a memorable VIP-style experience.

DAY BED AND CABANA RESERVATIONS

Expert Tips

  • Sunbathe with a view of several Strip landmarks
  • Keep cool with frozen vodka lemonade
  • Private cabana sanctuaries 
  • Can be booked for private events or parties
 
Read more about the features and amenities of other Las Vegas pools from Caesars Entertainment.
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Reviews

"At a spacious three acres, two of which are usable event space, Paris' pool is quite accommodating, not to mention picturesque. The pool, which sits on top of the hotel, fronts the Strip, and has views of the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, even a portion of the Bellagio's fountain show."

...Vegas.com

"In the shadow of the Eiffel Tower and hotel's hot-air balloon lies the well-maintained two-acre pool, where scads of lounge chairs are filled by guests (mostly in their 20s to 40s) sunbathing, chatting, and settling in with gargantuan nacho platters from the poolside cafe. Despite the number of people, it's not hard to score a lounge chair, nor is the scene particularly raucous or loud -- mostly just quiet sunbathers."

...Oyster.com