Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, Caesars Palace

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, Caesars Palace

Eight distinctively different pools make up this massive complex which, true to its oversized Roman theme, is filled with classical landscaping, Roman statues, an 18-foot waterfall and, of course, go-go dancers. (Just go with it.) It’s one of the few massive pool areas that’s family-friendly, though there’s a separate, “European-style” Venus Pool Club where kids clearly don’t belong. You’ll also find swim-up blackjack and 44 completely outfitted cabanas, as well as poolside spa services by Qua Baths & Spa, and one of the better poolside dining menus in town. A separate, private pool serves the highest-profile guests, so there really is something for everyone.

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