The Caesars Palace Pool is one of the best pools in Las Vegas. The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis stretches over five acres with seven pool experiences. Each pool, unique in design and offering, allows you to choose how to spend the day poolside. Here’s everything you need to know about the pools at Caesars and how to decide which pool experience is right for you.
Who Can Use the Pools at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is free for Caesars Palace and Nobu Hotel guests. Each room key gives you free admission for two people. There are a limited number of free loungers so if you’re planning on hanging out all day get there early to grab a spot.
Pro-tip: According to the Total Rewards website (Caesars Rewards Loyalty Program) The Cromwell guests also get free entry.
If you’re not staying at Caesars or Nobu and are at least 21 years old, you can pay an admission fee to use the Venue Pool + Lounge. Tickets start at $20 per person for a lounge chair.
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The Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm during pool season which runs from March to October. Hours during the off season, November to March, are 10 am to 5 pm.
Pro-tip: Some pools are closed during the off season.
At the entrance of the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, the Temple Pool is surrounded by Roman columns. A statue of Caesar under a dome flanked by six bowl-shaped fountains stands in the center of the pool. This is the iconic image of a Caesars Palace pool. Built long before Instagram, it’s the perfect Instagram shot.
People know exactly where you are when you post a photo of The Temple Pool. It’s where most people hang out. Possibly because it’s the most recognizable or because it has the most free pool loungers at Caesars.
The round pool is family-friendly. You can rent one of the 16 daybeds that seat 4 or five cabanas with seating for 8.
Pro-tip: Teens 14 and older can use the Temple pool without adult supervision. Children 13 and younger have to be chaperoned by an adult.
The rectangular Neptune Pool is adjacent to the Temple Pool. Named after Neptune, the Roman god of freshwater and the sea, it’s the largest pool at Caesars. Although open to all ages, it considered the “party pool” and the social hub of the Garden of the Gods Oasis.
You can book a cabana, daybed, or lounge chair. There are eight cabanas that seat eight people, 24 daybeds with seating for four people, and 32 deluxe lounge chairs.
Combine a day in the sun with a hand of 21? Yes, you can. The Fortuna Pool, named after the Roman Goddess of fortune and luck, offers four swim-up blackjack tables under a cascading waterfall. The pay is 6:5 vs 3:2 so not the best odds. But you don’t want to leave the pool or the view.
Pro-tip: The Fortuna Pool is limited to guests 21 and older.
Another 21 and older pool at Caesars Palace is the seasonal Venus Pool, named after the goddess of love and beauty. While the Temple Pool is the most recognizable and the Neptune Pool is the party pool, the Venus Pool is the most bougie, fancy, luxurious pool experience at the Garden of the Gods.
The vibe at Venus Pool + Lounge is a European resort. There are twelve cabanas with seating for 8 or 12, the most of any Caesars pool, 15 daybeds including some with canopies, and many lounge chairs.
Pro-tip: The Venus Pool is the only Caesars Pool that non-guests can pay to use. Reserved lounge chairs start at $20.
The Jupiter Pool, named after the king of the gods, offers a quiet secluded family-friendly pool away tucked away in the corner.
Pro-tip: The Jupiter Pool has some of the least expensive cabanas. Cabanas seat eight and start at $300.
The Qua Spa Poolside is in one of the Jupiter Pool cabanas. Treatments include:
- 50 min – $215
- 80 min – $275
- 50 min – $235
- 80 min – $325
“Love My Legs” Chilled Leg Treatment
- 30 min – $99
- add 20 min – $75
The Bacchus Pool at Caesars Palace, named after the god of wine and ecstasy was once exclusively for celebrities, VIPs, and high-rollers. Now you don’t have to be an invited guest. Simply book a cabana or day bed at the Bacchus Pool and enjoy VIP views of Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.
Unlike the other pools, the only loungers are the ones that come as part of the cabana rental package.
Pro-tip: If you want to pay less for a cabana or daybed, want VIP treatment, and avoid the crowds, the Bacchus Pool is a great choice. There are only eight cabanas and daybeds. Daybeds seat four and start at $150. Cabanas seat eight and start at $300
Seeking a casual, intimate pool experience and the pool that gets the most sun? The Apollo pool named after the Roman god of sun and light is tucked away in the southwest corner.
Cabana and Daybed Rentals
Cabana and Daybed rental rates vary depending on which of the seven pools at Caesars Palace you want to spend your day and the day of the week.
Rentals are more expensive on the weekends and holidays. At Caesars Palace, you can rent cabanas and daybeds for less at the Jupiter and Bacchus pools. Cabana rental fees don’t count towards food or beverages.
- Television with remote
- 2 Deluxe lounge chairs
- Personal safe
- Ceiling fan
- Mister cooling system (June through August)
- Cabana Host to assist during the day
Pro-tip: Cabana assignment is by manager discretion. Consider arriving early and tipping well to ensure a good location.
With five acres and seven pools each with their own adventure it’s no wonder that the Caesars Palace Pool is one of the best pools in Las Vegas.
For an iconic Vegas pool experience, visit the Temple Pool. If you’re looking for a party pool without the raging day club experience, check out the Neptune Pool.
Feel like playing a hand or two of blackjack without having to leave the pool? Belly up to the Fortuna pool and take a seat at one of the four poolside blackjack tables.
Families and those seeking a serene experience will appreciate the quiet Jupiter pool. Love kids but don’t want to hang out with them poolside and crave adult-only company? Choose the Venus Pool + Lounge. This is also a great option if you’re not staying at Caesars Palace or Nobu Hotel.
To experience VIP treatment without VIP prices, spend the day at the Bacchus Pool. Determined to come back with a tan? You’ll get the most sun at the Apollo Pool.
Which is your favorite pool at Caesars Palace Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis?
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