Understandably, many Las Vegas pools are closed during the winter. Most Northerners would be happy taking a dip in the Vegas climate, because it usually doesn’t get much colder than 10°C, even in the winter.
Thankfully, there’s still a number of hotels with open pools in the winter. Hotel pools are for guests only, however if you’re staying in one of the eight Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment properties, you can travel from pool to pool.
What are the typical pool hours?
Most pools open around 9 AM and close around 6 PM.
What should I bring with me?
Yourself and a swimsuit! The pools provide towels for you so you needn’t pack one of those. I always recommend getting two towels as the seats can get pretty hot! Use one to dry off and one to sit on.
What’s a cabana/day bed and how much do they cost?
Cabanas typically offer A/C, flat screen TVs, stocked refrigerators with bottled water, refreshments, fruit, iced towers and a personal host! On weekdays, they start at $75 per day, but on weekends the prices can raise significantly. Cabanas that come with a bottle and are for people aged 21+ can cost anywhere from $100-$500. Prices tend to fluctuate, so it’s best to call and get specific prices.
Which hotels have open pools in the winter?
Keep in mind that these pools are only open in the winter if the weather is permitting. They may close or the hours may change on a day-to-day basis.