Caesars Palace’s pool area, appropriately named the Garden of the Gods, offers any guest, of any age, the ultimate Las Vegas experience! The resort has eight pools, a designated topless area, air-conditioned poolside bars, pool side Blackjack, and a stunning eighteen foot waterfall. The pool deck is almost as enormous as the hotel itself!
Each one of Caesars Palace’s eight pools are heated and handicap accessible. There is plenty of free and reserved seating offered to guests, and the price of drinks and food is very reasonable when considering the reputation of the hotel’s VIP clientele. Caesars Palace’s famous pool deck can be seen in the popular movie The Hangover staring Bradley Cooper and funny-man Zach Galifianakis. Other celebrities, like Joy Behar, Celine Dion and Rod Stewart, are often found lounging at one of the resort’s many luxurious pool areas. Unlike some of Las Vegas’ exclusive resorts, Caesars Palace’s pool complex combines extravagance with Vegas’ reputation for over-the-top fun! Even the soft, plush poolside furniture spoils its guests. Vegas luxury isn’t just reserved for only VIPs at this pool complex. Every visitor will fall in love with lavish comforts found by just sitting on one of its poolside chairs!
Fresh-squeezed juices, burgers and fries, and Jolly Rancher Mojitos are available at many of the guest lounging areas which are conveniently located close to each pool. The pool deck’s Roman architecture plays perfectly to the background of Las Vegas, serving as a reminder that visitors are on vacation and encouraged to let-loose and soak up the hot Las Vegas sun. There is a designated Whirlpool retreat and the hotel does offer pool side massages, weddings, and inexpensive cabana rentals by Vegas standards (starting at $250.00 and up). The only downside to the pool complex is the free seating can’t be reserved and does become slightly competitive by mid-day.
There truly is something for everyone at Caesars Palace’s Garden of the Gods pool complex. One pool has Whiskey and Scotch tastings; one pool has tranquil views of lush greenery; one pool is perfect for splashing and people watching; and so on. There is no shortage of free activities, or VIP perks, when visiting any one of the Caesars Palace pools. Guests should also know frozen towel service and Evian spritzing bottles are available as amenity standards.
Caesars Palace Las Vegas Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis – Fast Facts
• Number and size of pools: Eight pools, including the Apollo Pool, Temple Pool, the Neptune Pool and the Venus Pool Club.
• Indoors or outdoors: Outdoors.
• Entry Rules: Only Caesars Palace hotel guests are permitted.
• Heated: Yes.
• Hours: The pool is open from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. daily.
• Towel service: Provided by the hotel.
• Jacuzzi: Yes, a secluded whirlpool spa retreat.
• Food/Drink service: Yes, the Snackus Maximus Snack Bar serves food and drinks. A pool cafe offers freshly squeezed juices.
• Chairs and chaises: Provided by the hotel. However, chairs and chaises are not able to be reserved.
• Cabanas: Cabana prices vary from $225 – $1000, depending on location, dates as well as half-day and full-day rates.
• Inner tubes, rafts or other pool toys for rent: Rafts can be rented for $10 per day.
• Amenities: There is a pool offering swim-up blackjack. Poolside spa services are available. European-style topless sunbathing is allowed at the Venus pool only. The Venus area offers cabanas, oversized chaise lounges, air-conditioned bars with flat screen tvs, frozen towel service, Evian face spritzers and body massage. Thursday – Sunday there is a $20 entry fee for men to the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. There is no fee for women, any Caesars Palace hotel guest, or Seven Stars guest.