Top 10 Vegas Hotel Pools

July 03, 2013 4:28 pm(2 comments) Post a comment

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Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

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<p>Something of the new kid on the block, the <a href="">Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas</a> has one of the hippest pool scenes in town. By day, Boulevard boasts an expansive view of the Strip below, as well as a shaded area for foosball, ping-pong, and billiards. Cool off with liquid nitrogen-charged booze-spiked popsicles, sorbets, and cocktails. During the summer, Monday nights are &quot;Dive-In Movies&quot; night, with screenings of classic, cult, and blockbuster films shown on its 65-foot digital marquee. Marquee Dayclub on the 17th floor, with cabanas that boast their own private infinity pools, is party central. <em>(Bamboo and Boulevard open to guests only; Boulevard opened to non-guests for evening events; Marquee Dayclub admission begins at $20) </em></p>

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  • jillpaigehomes on Jul 30, 2013 at 05:23 PM

    Add #11 and #12 to extend this Las Vegas TOP Pool list. Off The Strip in the community of Summerlin is the JW Marriott Las Vegas’ pool. Giant umbrellas. Waterfalls and shallow 1’ deep spacious pool area for children. NOT crowded. Walking distance to Tivoli Village and Angel Park Golf Course. Day passes for pool access. Starbuck’s on the way through the hotel to the pool. The JW Marriott is a treasure! 

    The south side of Las Vegas Blvd. is The M Resort pool, another hidden cache.  Beautiful, spacious pools. Kid-friendly swimming. Crisp, clean. Gracious staff. Great for visiting guests from out of the area and for us local residents to experience our own day to get-away.

  • madameX on Jul 13, 2013 at 09:47 AM

    You forgot my favorite—Paris Las Vegas.  Top reasons:

    1.  NO SCENE.  No crowds of drunk 20-somethings, no ear-splitting DJ (at least last I checked in.)  It’s a place for the grown-ups.

    2.  GORGEOUS SCENE.  There is something goofy-fun about swimming beside the Eiffel Tower and Grand Palais.

    3.  CROWD CONTROL: the area is very spacious, but they are judicious about putting out the chairs to accommodate guests.  This means that there are plenty of chairs, but the area is not packed in with chairs that are not needed.  Also, this helps restrain selfish guests who might spread across 3 chairs in prime locations, i.e sun or shade, as you like.