The Westin Las Vegas Pool

Some travelers might think that it is hard to find tranquility in Las Vegas. With all of the nightlife and gambling that earned this destination the nickname Sin City, it is essential to have a place to relax. The Westin Las Vegas pool provides exactly this type of serene environment. After long nights of dancing and playing blackjack, you are going to be happy to have a place like this to recuperate during the day, in addition to visiting the Hibiscus Spa or relaxing in your own room.

The Westin Hotel Las Vegas pool is a gorgeous outdoor heated pool. The pool deck is full of lounge chairs where you can soak up the famous Las Vegas sun while sipping on a frozen cocktail. While some hotel pools aren’t in use in the winter months, this heated pool is open all year round.

One of the best ways to enjoy the Westin Las Vegas pool is by renting a private cabana. These cabanas offer an extra level of privacy and relaxation for a quiet day by the pool. The Westin also offers the opportunity to take your day of pampering to the next level with a spa treatment at the Hibiscus Spa. If you would rather kick back by the pool, there is food and drink service available to satisfy all your cravings.

The Westin Las Vegas pool isn’t one of those hotel pools that are only for wading in shallow water. Here you can go for a refreshing swim in an outdoor pool that is almost 20 feet deep at its deepest point. The size of this pool makes it a popular choice for families as well as couples looking to relax after a night on the town. The pool here is guaranteed to revive you to tackle the Vegas nightlife scene again.

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