Summer Is Almost Over But There’s Still Time To Make Waves At These 5 Luxurious Las Vegas Pools

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The last official day of summer is fast approaching, but that doesn’t mean that pool season is over in Las Vegas. Come on! This is Vegas. The action and the weather are still plenty hot. Here are five high-end pools and pool clubs where you can make a splash through the beginning of fall.

Garden of the Gods Oasis

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With a name like Garden of the Gods, you’d expect the pool oasis at Caesars to be pretty grandiose. The lavish pool area includes seven Roman-inspired pools, each with a slightly different vibe (yet always classy). Amenities include food and drinks as well as a selection of cabanas, daybeds and lounge chairs at the different pools. Tucked away from sight, the Venus Pool is a European-style pool lounge for those 21 and over with poolside spa services and curated cuisines like sushi and salads. The Bacchus Pool is the most exclusive of the pools, reserved for invited guests and celebrities.


Tao Beachclub

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An extension of Tao Nightclub at the Venetian Las Vegas, this high-energy pool club is almost hotter than the weather itself. Located on the hotel’s fourth floor, guests can cool off poolside in a luxury cabana with air conditioning or show of their swimsuits while sprawled across an Asian-inspired daybed. Order a bite to eat or sip on exotic TAO-tinis and TAO-jitos. As for the personalized service at Tao Beachclub, how about sunglasses cleaning and massages? You will feel relaxed and look extra cool!

 


The Pond

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Located just off the hotel lobby and new, elegant Lobby Bar, the eight-acre pool area at Green Valley Ranch Hotel & Spa is a tropical off-Strip retreat with cabanas, sunbeds, sand-bottom pool, laid-back vibe and elegant drinks. Grownups will find added exclusivity at the secluded The Pond, an adults-only poolside lounge with bottle service, private pool and a refreshing waterfall.


Cypress Lounge

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Hidden by lush foliage, the intimate Cypress Lounge at the Bellagio Resort pool is like a secret garden. The private poolside retreat offers amenities including a private lounge chair or daybed, personal host, infused water, Evian misters, magazines, playing cards. Guests, who must be at least 18 years old, can also order food, drinks and poolside spa services.


The Aquatic Club

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The Aquatic Club at Palazzo Las Vegas is a posh weekend pool party that’s inspired by the timeless social and athletic clubs of decades past. Handcrafted throwback cocktails and delicious poolside fare from Wolfgang Puck are served by pool staff donning swimwear and stylings from famed designer Tory Burch and her signature athletic line, Tory Sport. Guests will find poolside games like classic croquet or college-fave cornhole; just one of the reasons we called The Aquatic Club “sophistication and style with a twist” when it opened in 2017.  Artsy cabanas, custom braid bar (for your hair), and music ranging from hip-hop to global beats add to the lavish, yet playful atmosphere.

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