Vegas' Best Pools, From Dayclubs to DJs

No need to gamble: we tested the waters to determine Vegas’s best pool parties.

Bellagio Pools

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If a gyrating crowd of thousands isn’t your thing, you’ll likely appreciate the scene at the garden pool area that the Bellagio has transformed into its Cypress Premier Lounges. Sedate and private, this is all paid seating, and includes a personal host, infused water, smoothie shots, Evian misters, and chilled towels. Order food, drinks, and poolside massages from a menu. For extra privacy, reserve a cabana at one of the four other pools—it comes with an HD television, a fully stocked refrigerator, and pool rafts.

When to Go: Monday through Thursday for the best rates.

Admission: On weekdays, lounge chairs cost $50, daybeds $150, cabanas $300; prices increase for weekends and holidays.

Open to Non-Hotel Guests? Hotel guests only.

Family Friendly? Must be 14 years old or accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Vegas' Best Pools, From Dayclubs to DJs

Bellagio Pools

If a gyrating crowd of thousands isn’t your thing, you’ll likely appreciate the scene at the garden pool area that the Bellagio has transformed into its Cypress Premier Lounges. Sedate and private, this is all paid seating, and includes a personal host, infused water, smoothie shots, Evian misters, and chilled towels. Order food, drinks, and poolside massages from a menu. For extra privacy, reserve a cabana at one of the four other pools—it comes with an HD television, a fully stocked refrigerator, and pool rafts.

When to Go: Monday through Thursday for the best rates.

Admission: On weekdays, lounge chairs cost $50, daybeds $150, cabanas $300; prices increase for weekends and holidays.

Open to Non-Hotel Guests? Hotel guests only.

Family Friendly? Must be 14 years old or accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Courtesy of MGM Resorts International
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