The Daydream pool at the M resort is on the smaller side, with the area holding about 350 people. There’s a rectangular shaped pool, lounge chairs throughout, daybeds and ten cabanas. Something neat about the Daydream pool that I haven’t noticed at others is a railing around the bar that’s made from ice. So you can set your drink on it and it will stay cold, which is important when it’s 100+ degrees out. This lush pool is open only Friday through Monday, is only open seasonally, and is only… [more...]
The Sunset pool at the Wynn attracts an upscale crowd who want to relax in style. European-style sunbathing is permitted here. In other words, females can take their tops off. There are euro beds and floating lily pads available for rent. Prices for those are $150 Monday through Thursday and $200 on the weekend. On Friday and Saturday a DJ spins techno and dance music, but this place does seem to stay away from playing rap and hip hop. This is an exclusive pool. It’s only available for guests who… [more...]
If you’re looking for a place to relax in luxury, look no further than the Mandarin Oriental pools. The hotel is 47 stories and is a non-gaming hotel at the center of the Vegas strip. On the 8th floor, there are three separate pools and two whirlpools. This area is open to adults only and has a hot tub and luxury cabanas. There’s a cafe there so you can grab a quick snack. The main pool outside is next to a spa where you can get a relaxing massage before… [more...]
Located on the second floor of the Imperial Palace resort, you’ll find their only swimming pool, the Shangri-La Pool. If you want to get in, you’ll have to be staying at this hotel, as it is exclusive to hotel guests only. As far as size goes, this is considered a medium size rectangular pool. The hotel offers complimentary towels poolside and have snacks, lotions and beverages for sale. While their pool isn’t open during the winter, their jacuzzi, which is adjacent to the pool, is open year round. Their cabanas… [more...]
The Vdara has a 40,000 square foot pool and deck area, with a main pool and several smaller surrounding plunge pools. The main attraction has to be the rooftop Sky Pool. It’s an impressive 40,000 square foot pool with a surrounding patio for sunbathing. This hotel was originally supposed to be residences, but instead it was converted to a hotel. That’s why the rooms here are unlike any other on the Vegas strip. Complaints of the pool include that it’s next to a parking garage, it gets windy and it’s… [more...]
The luxurious Four Seasons hotel boasts a pool for its guests to relax in. Make no mistake about it, this is a sophisticated resort. Visitors can use the self-service stations which dispense iced coffee drinks, sunscreen, and water. Pool attendants are there to provide water, towels and even cucumber slices. Their outdoor pool and two whirlpools open daily until sunset. Guests also have access to the Mandalay Bay pools next door.
Cabanas: None available.
Hours: 8AM-7PM… [more...]
The Wynn is a multi billion dollar hotel, and their pools are as you would expect, superb. This relatively new hotel boasts two circular pools that are connected by a channel of water. Behind the pool bar there is a third pool. This one is a European pool. In other words, it’s top-free or a topless pool. Therefore, this Vegas pool is for adults only. The cabanas at the Wynn pools are not tents, they are actually small buildings. They come with a ceiling fan, a plasma TV, your own… [more...]
The pool at the Encore was inspired by the French Riviera, which is clear by one look at it. The folks at Encore bring you a bit of southern France with their exclusive pool. This hotel has two pools which feature nice mosaic tiles and easy access to their whirpool spas. The resort pool is the main pool, this one is surrounded by landscaping and a flower garden. The second pool, called the Encore Beach Club, is an adults-only playground which allows girls to go topless. Only guests of the… [more...]