9 of The Best Pools in Las Vegas

Beat the desert heat and take a dip in one of these world-renowned pools.

It’s no secret that Sin City is home to scorching hot temperatures, especially during the dead of summer. But you might be a little less familiar with the most marvelous spots to cool off.

As noted by Travel+Leisure, “the best pools in Las Vegas are actually some of the best in the entire world.” No matter what you seek in a swimming experience, the Strip is ready to accommodate you. Whether you’re in the mood for endless poolside fun or a low-key oasis with top-tier service, the options are all but endless.

Find a pool scene that suits your style and let’s dive in! These are some of the absolute best pools in Las Vegas.

NoMad Las Vegas Pool

Nomad swimming pool and blue cabanas
NoMad Las Vegas Official Website

The NoMad Las Vegas is a boutique hotel with a private, relaxing rooftop pool you’ve got to see to believe. Designed to mirror Morocco’s Majorelle Garden, this is an incredibly serene pool scene with a chill vibe. You’ll feel worlds away from the crowds while still staying in the middle of everything.

A perfect spot for lounging poolside, NoMad invites you to “spread out on couches, carouse at your own dining table, and keep cool with a fan and misting service.”

Resorts World Las Vegas Pool

Resorts World pool from overhead
Resorts World Official Website

Resorts World Las Vegas Pool debuted in 2021, but it has already made a big name for itself around town. Most notably, it is home to the Strip’s largest swimming pool complex, boasting several pools with distinctive appeal.

As noted by TripSavvy, this luxury resort “offers seven pools in one 5.5-acre deck. And one of the seven is the Strip’s only infinity-edge pool, dubbed the VIP Pool, which flaunts cabanas and daybeds for maximum chill time.”

Stadium Swim, Circa Resort & Casino

crowds of people in Stadium pools watching baseball game
Circa Resort & Casino Official Website

Calling all sports fans! This three-level pool complex is located at the Circa Resort & Casino and is ranked among the best of the best pools in Las Vegas.

At Stadium Swim, all six outdoor pools allow you to view the famed 40-foot high-definition screen while you soak. Watching the big game while swimming? Now that’s a sporting event I could get into! And there’s more good news for night owls. Stadium Swim has some of the latest hours of operation in all of Las Vegas, and it’s open year-round.

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Virgin Hotel Las Vegas Pool

Virgin hotel pool and chairs beneath palm trees
Virgin Hotel Las Vegas Official Website

If you’re going to Vegas, do not overlook the Virgin Hotels Las Vegas pool. After taking over the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s former turf, Virgin Hotels did a much more modern and mellow pool renovation that proved to be a game-changer.

These days, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a deck that’s more inviting or serene on the Strip. Lounge in the oversized daybeds and feel at one with the desert whilst having a place to cool off.

Go Pool Dayclub, Flamingo

group of friends at Flamingo pool having fun
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If you’re looking for something livelier, head to the Flamingo where the fun never stops. At Go Pool Dayclub, it’s a nonstop party with something for everyone.

Whether you’re into dance-offs with a DJ, raft races, or just looking to mingle, this is one of the best poolside spots on the strip. And the undulating pool is a tropical paradise with a cascading waterfall.

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Park MGM

cabana at MGM pool in Las Vegas
MGM Official Website

Park MGM is home to not one, but three of the most dazzling pools in Vegas. If you’re looking for fun in the sun, check out The North Pool. In need of luxury lounging? The East Pool offers the VIP treatment poolside. And when you’re ready to dine in style and swim away from the crowds, head to the South Pool.

You can’t go wrong with any of the pools at MGM. It’s an endless aquatic playground for adults with whirlpools, waterfalls, and four of the most refreshing pools on the Strip.

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, Caesars Palace

Caesar Palace Hotel Temple pool in Las Vegas
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Like the rest of Caesar’s Palace, its popular pools have Roman statues and a distinctively grand aesthetic. Case in point: the flowing 18-foot waterfall.

You’ll have your choice of 30 cabanas and seven uniquely different pools. If you’re looking for somewhere to swim that’s just for adults, make your way to the Venus Pool.

Wynn Encore Las Vegas Pool

The pool at The Wynn Encore Casino
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Tucked into stunning gardens, the four pools at the Wynn Encore are elegant, secluded, and offer a dash of exclusivity. This one boasts 46 cabanas with flat-screen TVs, much-needed misting systems, cabana massages, complimentary mocktails, and personal butlers. You’ll feel like you’re living the high life and unwinding in style poolside.

Night Swim at XS, Encore Las Vegas

Night Swim in Las Vegas
Night Swim at XS, Encore Las Vegas Official Website

Ready to dance, swim, and potentially catch some of the biggest musical acts around? That’s what Night Swim at XS encourages its guests to do. If this sounds like your perfect pool scenario, make sure to attend the Sunday after-dark party.

A weekly event during the summer months, the open-air club atmosphere draws in crowds of all ages, all looking to swim beneath the stars on the Strip.

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