Hard Rock Pools at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas NV are one of the best reasons to choose the Hard Rock as your Las Vegas destination. A series of pools actually connect as one large pool, all of which are connected by a winding lazy river that visits all of the different Hard Rock Pool area. The largest and most popular pool area is the Beach Club, where sandy beaches meet concrete to create the ultimate Vegas beach getaway. The other Hard Rock pools are simply typical swimming pools. Note that none of the pool areas are really meant to accommodate swimming. Water is shallow throughout, hinting to guests that walking, cooling off and strutting are the name of the game.
The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas NV is also known as the place to go for swim-up blackjack. The Hard Rock Casino Pool, located near the sandy beaches of the Beach Club, is a grass-hut bar serving drinks and dealing rounds of low-stakes blackjack. For anyone who loves gaming, this is a great way to enjoy all of that great Las Vegas sun while still keeping up with the gambling action. Small water proof pouches are handed out to Hard Rock Casino Pool patrons to store their money and keep it dry. Many Hard Rock Casino Pool goers also love the fact that the fully-stocked bar serves drinks and food throughout the day while offering shade and even a few seats under the water for a rest.
Although it is generally too warm to hop in the hot tub during the day, the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas NV also features two out door hot tubs. Some of the guest suites also have their own hot tubs or Jacuzzi tubs for guest’s enjoyment, though not all, and not the standard rooms. If the idea of relaxing into a hot tub or getting a massage does sound appealing, consider heading over to the Hard Rock spa for a serious respite.
Also found around the Hard Rock Pool are just over 30 grass shack cabanas. The cabanas are incredibly popular, so if you plan to reserve one, do so as far in advance as you possibly can. A personal misting system, private phone and small refrigerators are all found within the cabana, along with chairs to rest on the ability to close the curtains to change clothes or enjoy some privacy. Pool hours are from 9am until 7pm Monday through Thursday, and from 9am until 8pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The entire pool area is reserved exclusively for hotel guests.