4 Must-See Pools for Memorial Day Weekend in Las Vegas

By May 7, 2014September 25th, 2019No Comments

If you are looking celebrate Memorial Day in style and kick the summer off the right way, you need to know where to show of your newly sculpted physique.

Vegas has so many options for day parties and pools, but if you want to know where you should go to find the party to suit your needs, take a look at this list.

Palms Casino Resort – The Palms is legendary for being on the edge of sexy and wild parties. Known for the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa, the pool parties live up to spicy and hip image the Palms exudes. Two large pools 27 cabanas, three large bars and seven “lily pads” surround you as you sway to live performances by the hottest starts. You can grab a drink and food poolside, but expect to be covered in “Champagne Showers” during this non-stop seven day a week party.  ($20 women, $25 men; 21 and over Friday–Sunday)

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – This hotel has a young, hip pool scene. During the day, their Boulevard pool boasts an expansive view of the Strip below, as well as an 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 “Dive-In Movies” 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. (Bamboo and Boulevard open to guests only; Boulevard opened to non-guests for evening events; Marquee Dayclub admission begins at $20)

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – This pool is the originator of the day club. Done in a Tahitian style, cabanas surround a man-made sandy beach and lazy river. Their Rehab party is a favorite, hosted on the “Paradise Beach” and frequently hosted by celebrities that party with the crowd. If the Paradise Beach is too much for you, relax at Nirvana Beach or Breathe Pool. Both these pools are free for hotel guests daily and the general public Monday through Friday. (Paradise Beach Pool – On Saturdays, from $20 for women and $40 for men; on Sundays, from $30 for women and $50 for men.)

Aria Resort and CasinoAnother pool with a Tahitian vibe, Liquid at Aria set itself apart by creating a more intimate atmosphere for partiers. Eight cabanas are deck out with flat screens, a private pool, two daybeds and a fridge. The cabana comes with your own personal cabana host, to help you with food and beverage services from Liquid’s own restaurant or executive chef Brian Massie’s selections via his six restaurants all over Las Vegas. (From $10 for women and $20 for men. Cabana prices vary from $250 – $900. Call 702-590-9682 for details.)     

Alisa Vilabrera is a writer for Miles Away