Caesars Palace pools, like the vibrant resort as a whole, take their inspiration from ancient Rome—all infused with Las Vegas style. Known collectively as the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, these pools offer a place to soak up the sun, lounge in a luxury cabana and join in the party, all in a manner worthy of the gods on Mount Olympus. Here you will find some of the best pools on the Strip.
Whether you’re a guest of Caesars or staying elsewhere, you’re welcome to experience one of the best pool complexes on the Las Vegas Strip. To upgrade the experience at the 4.5-acre luxury pool complex, consider making reservations for the daybed or the outdoor spa. More than 40 cabanas provide even more luxury, complete with flat-screen TVs, Internet access, poolside messages and VIP service.
Some Las Vegas pools are quiet, tucked-away hideaways, and the Jupiter Pool is one of these retreats. Named for the god of the sky and thunder—the Roman counterpart to Zeus—the Jupiter Pool leads the pack for relaxation. It’s nestled in the northwest corridor of the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis away from the noise and the crowds. This pool is surrounded by chaise lounges, along with a trio of daybeds and five cabanas available to reserve.
Chaise lounge chairs also line the border of the Temple Pool, another one of the relaxing Caesars Palace Pools. The perfectly round pool also offers commanding views of the elegant gardens and surrounding statues. Upgraded experiences are a possibility alongside the Temple Pool thanks to the 17 daybeds and five cabanas.
Fittingly named for the god of light and truth, the Apollo Pool often is the best place in the entire Gardens of the Gods to feel the desert sun on your shoulders. Situated in the southwest corner of the complex, the pool is specially positioned for the maximum exposure to the sun. Its seven daybeds are covered by canopies, when you need some shade, and the five cabanas have plenty of shade to go along with the upgraded luxuries.
When you’re looking for things to do in Las Vegas that involve some mingling, consider the Fortuna Pool. Named, naturally, for the goddess of luck, this hotspot is packing with fun things to do, including swim-up gaming. Its lounge serves up some of the best food at any of the Las Vegas pools, along with top-shelf martinis and a diverse whiskey tasting menu.
The Vegas parties at the Caesars Palace pools continue at the Neptune Pool, named in honor of the god of the sea. Especially popular with singles, the pool draws plenty of sun-kissed men and women looking to have some fun. This oasis has eight cabanas, along with 24 daybeds and plenty of chaise lounges.
The Venus Pool brings the party outside at Caesars palace, offering a fun and sophisticated outdoor retreat. Like the European pools, Venus blends top-flight relaxation with high-end perks like a margarita/mojito cart and gourmet menus. Venus also includes 11 cabanas, 14 daybeds and four exclusive couches dedicated to relaxation.
All of the Caesars Palace pools are open spring through fall, and the party at the Venus Pool keeps going all year. Anyone who’s booked one of the Caesars Palace rooms can enjoy the entire pool complex for free, as can top-tier Harrahs rewards members. For all others, ladies can visit the Garden of the Gods for free, and guys pay $20 to enjoy the pools only on the weekends (Thursdays through Sundays).
An additional fee is required to join the party at the Venus Pool. On Friday and Saturday, it’s $20 for ladies and $30 for the men. The rest of the week, everyone saves $10 to join in the fun at Venus.