Las Vegas may have not invented day clubs/pool parties, but they definitely have some of the best.
Now, I’m all for a good party, but when it comes to pools, I just want to kick back!
Here are 10 of the best pools in Las Vegas that AREN’T day clubs.
Pools at Bellagio
With 5 pools to choose from, The Bellagio has some of the best pools in Las Vegas. Each area is so impeccably designed that you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to the back yard of a Mediterranean mansion.
The Bellagio also has an age-restricted 18+ area called the Cypress Premier Lounges, with a pool set among lush gardens.
Caesars Palace pools
The Garden of Gods Pool Oasis at Caesers Palace includes 6 pools, each with a unique vibe.
The Apollo Pool is great for those that want to sunbathe, as it gets the best sun of all the pools (not that the others don’t!).
The Bacchus Pool is invite-only, as it’s often reserved for celebrities and high rollers.
The Fortuna Pool includes blackjack tables for those of you who want to keep up your lucky streak.
The Neptune Pool is the more social of the 6 pools, but by no means is it a day club.
The Jupiter Pool is surrounded only by cabanas, making it great for groups.
Last up is the Temple Pool is beautifully designed and very reminiscent of ancient Greece.
Pools at The Cosmopolitan
The Cosmopolitan has 3 pools, 2 of which shy away from the club scene.
The Boulevard Pool still features popular tunes, but sticks to a pool-like atmosphere.
The Bamboo Pool is a more relaxing environment, with ambient sounds, making it a great place to get some sun and wait for your hangover to pass.
Golden Nugget pool
The Golden Nugget is the only downtown Vegas pool to make my list.
The Golden Nugget’s pool is built around a giant tank filled with sharks and exotic fish.
There’s even a 3-story water slide that cuts through the shark tank!!
Mandalay Bay pools
The Mandalay Bay pool experience is like no other. It’s more like a water park in some ways.
There’s a wave pool, lazy river, and even sandy beaches. During the summer months, there are even concerts!
MGM Grand pools
While MGM Grand is home to one of Vegas’ best pool/day clubs, Wet Republic, it also has a larger pool complex that is free of grinding co-eds.
MGM Grand’s Grand Pool Complex is a whopping 6.5 acres that includes waterfalls, a lazy river, whirlpools, and swimming pools.
Mirage Las Vegas pool
Cool off in the lagoon-like pool at the Mirage, complete with waterfalls.
The Palms Casino Resort Pool
The Palms Casino Resort has 2 pool areas, one of which is a day club.
Aim for the Palms Place Pool for a more relaxing environment. I love the chairs sitting in the water!
For true baller status, get one of The Palms famous sky villas, which come with private pools overlooking the city.
Pools at The Palazzo and Venetian resorts
Between the 2, there are 10 pools. The Haven and Venezia pools are super quiet and relaxing.
For all of you workout junkies, the Vita pool is for lap swims only.
The Festiva, Grande and Mixer pools are a good mix of great tunes and atmosphere, but without the day club antics.
Pools at Wynn Las Vegas
The secluded set up will make you feel like you aren’t in the middle of a bustling city, making them two of the best pools in Las Vegas.
Which of the best pools in Las Vegas is your favorite?