The Swimming Pool at Caesar’s Palace
The pool area at Caesar’s Palace aka Garden of the God’s Pool Oasis in Las Vegas is very nice. I was shocked how many pools there were and how large their pool area is. With so many pools there is usually one that is open year round. None of the pools are located inside, they are all outdoor swimming pools.
There are multiple pools, but some are private and others, we never saw open. This is the pool I was at when my wedding ring was stolen out of my purse by the mini bar attendant.
The pools usually open around 9 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. or before sunset.
The pool clubs aka the day club, Venus Pool Club typically opens sometime between 11 a.m. and noon. Keep in mind that if you have a prescription anything with you in your bag, even if you need it, they will not let you into the day club.
I read online that the Fortuna Pool has a swim up bar, but somehow I completely missed this.
How to get into the pool if you are not staying at Caesar’s Palace
If you are not staying at Caesar’s Palace there are a few other ways you can get in. That’s right, you do not have to stay at Caesar’s Palance in order to use the pool! How great is that! I think it’s great because I do not think it’s a good idea to actually stay at Caesar’s Palace. However, visiting for just a day is safe and you have little to no chance of being robbed.
- You can purchase a day pass for the pools for $20. Here’s a coupon that will get you in for $10!
- If you’re staying in any of the eight Las Vegas Caesars Entertainment properties, you can go to any of the pools associated with them.
- Pay to go into the day club.
What to bring with you to the Caeser’s Palace Pool
- Sun hat
- Inflatable life jacket for kids.
Swim up jack black!
One of the pools, the Fortuna pool offers swim up blackjack.
They do provide towels for free and you can sit in regular pool chairs for free.
Venus European Pool
The Venus pool is adults only meaning 21+ and it’s topless optional. This isn’t so much of a day club, instead it’s a pool lounge. So more low key. There is no admission for hotel guests, but you do have to pay to sit: Chairs cost $30, day beds cost $75, and cabanas start at $200. The 10,000-square-foot space has 14 cabanas, 16 day beds, 10 couches and chaise lounge chairs. These can be reserved online, but from what I’ve read in people’s reviews this may not be worth it. Apparently, if you are not there to claim your reservation when they open you are out of luck and out of your money.