Vegas' Best Pools, From Dayclubs to DJs

Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

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

Mandarin Oriental Pools

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Few know that they can gain entry to one of the Strip’s most rarefied spaces with the rental of a cabana—for a relatively low price, compared with others around town. On the eighth floor, the sleek pool deck has fabulous views over CityCenter, and two pools, two Jacuzzis, and one intimate plunge pool. The vibe is serene, if not downright hushed, and attendants circulate to clean sunglasses and distribute mini-smoothies and frozen fruit. Inside the cabanas: fresh fruit, smoothies, ice cream samples, sun care products, a 42” flat-panel TV, PlayStation 3, and pitchers of iced tea and lemonade.

When to Go: Open seven days.

Admission: Free for hotel guests; others must pay for a cabana reservation.

Open to Non-Hotel Guests? Yes, with a cabana rental.

Family Friendly? Yes.

Vegas' Best Pools, From Dayclubs to DJs

Mandarin Oriental Pools

Few know that they can gain entry to one of the Strip’s most rarefied spaces with the rental of a cabana—for a relatively low price, compared with others around town. On the eighth floor, the sleek pool deck has fabulous views over CityCenter, and two pools, two Jacuzzis, and one intimate plunge pool. The vibe is serene, if not downright hushed, and attendants circulate to clean sunglasses and distribute mini-smoothies and frozen fruit. Inside the cabanas: fresh fruit, smoothies, ice cream samples, sun care products, a 42” flat-panel TV, PlayStation 3, and pitchers of iced tea and lemonade.

When to Go: Open seven days.

Admission: Free for hotel guests; others must pay for a cabana reservation.

Open to Non-Hotel Guests? Yes, with a cabana rental.

Family Friendly? Yes.

Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
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