Las Vegas Swimming Pools

Las Vegas Swimming Pools

Las Vegas is in a desert but is sprinkled with great swimming pools. We have reviewed a few of the best below.

Attraction
Name
Attraction
Type
Location Distance
from
Strip
Cost Attraction
Duration
Time Ages
(min)
(recom)
Fun
Value sorted desc
Educ'l
Value
 
Mandalay Bay Beach Hotel Beach Mandalay Bay On the Strip $20
$30
Varies day 48 inches
4 to 16
high medium Details
Tropicana Hotel Swimming Pool swimming pools Tropicana Hotel & Casino On the Strip $0
$0
Varies day None
5 to 16
medium medium Details
Bellagio Pool swimming pools Bellagio Off the Strip $0
$0
Varies day None
4 to 16
medium medium Details
Doolittle Pool Family Pool / Water Park North J Street Off the strip $1
$2
Varies day None
3 to 16
medium medium Details
Mirage Hotel Swimming Pool swimming pools Mirage Hotel & Casino On the Strip $0
$0
Varies day None
4 to 16
medium medium Details
Carlos L. Martinez and Darrio J. Hall Family Swimming Pool Family Pool Freedom Park Off the strip $0
$2
Varies daynight None
3 to 16
medium medium Details



Las Vegas Swimming Pools

Written by: Jamie Baker


For those who prefer to stay on the Strip but love the excitement of a water park we recommend the following Las Vegas swimming pools.

- Mandalay Bay: The Mandalay Bay features not only swimming pools but a beach! Yes you read it right, and it is an 11-acre beach with a wave pool and three swimming pools. There is tons of real beach sand and you can even rent your own cabana and bungalows. It also offers a 400-meter lazy river with Cabanas that are great for kids’ parties.

- Bellagio: Kids younger than 14 years old need to be with a guardian but the pool is heated all year round and does not close during the winter. Parents and kids will enjoy the Italian frescos and Renascence themed swimming pool.

- Tropicana: The swimming pool is located on an exotic tropical set full of palm trees and waterfalls. It closes for the winter but it reopens in March.

- Mirage: Like the Tropicana, The Mirage also offers a tropical landscape setting. The pools are large and are connected by lagoons and waterfalls. Heated all year long, these pools do not close for the winter. You can rent pool rafts and a Cabana for your family.

- Excalibur: The Excalibur just recently doubled their swimming pool area and their all-ages pool features a water slide. Your kids will enjoy going for a swim in a medieval castle under the protection of King Arthur.

- Stratosphere: The Stratosphere offers a great combination of a pleasant swimming pool and an amusement park. The swimming pool, called Level 8 Pool, is located on the 8th floor of the hotel while the amusement park is located at the top of the Tower. The 8th floor of the hotel is a large recreational area accommodating not only a swimming pool but also a hot tub, café and bars and spots where you can enjoy fantastic views of the Strip.
Some of these pools may be closed during the colder months from October to February so please check ahead of making any final plans.

So in summary, if your kids like water, there are plenty of Las Vegas swimming pools to choose from. The fun is just waiting for you and your family.