While the Las Vegas pool scene is known as one of the best in the world, not everyone is looking to cram into a body of water with hundreds, if not thousands, of strangers.
A solution for someone sharing that concern is to book a room or suite that boasts its own personal pool as an amenity.
As you’ll see, most suites listed aren’t exactly cheap, with the most decadent room options costing $10,000+ per night (although there are cheaper options).
I’ll be sure to link to each specific room type so you can get a feel for amenities, pricing, and how to book.
Strip Suites With a Private Pool
Two Bedroom Villa at Bellagio: Stacked with amenities you don’t expect to see in Vegas hotels, Bellagio’s 2 bedroom Villa comes with a private kitchen, in-suite workout facility, a dry sauna, a full bar stocked with your favorites, a dual fireplace, and of course, a pool.
Pricing for Bellagio’s Villa tends to start at around $2,500 per night.
Lanai Suite at Cosmopolitan: An opulent 2-level suite with 800 square feet of space, Cosmopolitan’s Lanai Suite offers a small dipping pool on the room’s outdoor patio.
Uniquely, the majority of Cosmo’s Lanai Suites also open up directly to the resort’s Chelsea Pool, offering easy access. The suite can commonly be had for $700/night during the week, and upwards of $1,500 on weekends.
Bungalow Suite at Cosmopolitan: A 3-level suite overlooking Cosmopolitan’s Marquee Dayclub, the Bungalow Suite is built to impress.
Among the numerous amenities and luxuries offered throughout the 2,000+ square foot suite is a private jacuzzi pool on an outdoor patio. Nightly rates range from $1,250/night on weeknights to $2,500+/night on weekends.
Caesars Palace’s Marc Antony Villa: The list of accolades the Marc Antony Suite at Caesars boasts is insane.
Three bedrooms, butler service, a grand piano, airport limo transportation, 10,000 square feet of space, and its own pool. How much does all that luxury cost? Upwards of $15,000 per night.
Caesars Palace’s Marcus Aurelius Villa: This 9,420 square foot suite is defined by over-the-top luxury.
Amenities include a billiard room, small theatre, exotic fish tank, fireplace, and a terrace complete with a spa tub.
Chairman Suites at Palazzo: Complete with a steam room and sauna, massage parlor, workout room, piano, wet bar, and private pool, Palazzo’s Chairman’s Suites are spectacular.
Options include a 2 and 3-bedroom suite, with both offering more than 6,000 square feet.
Pool Villas at Resorts World: Resorts World’s opulent Pool Villas come complete with their own outdoor pool and garden oasis. With 3,300 square feet, 2 bedrooms, and 24-hour ambassador service, I don’t think this Crockfords branded room will disappoint.
A step up from the Crockfords Pool Villas are their Three and Four Bedroom Palaces. As the name would suggest, they are built to impress. In addition to a private pool, these accommodations also boast 6,500 square feet of space, a butler, cutting-edge in-room technology, and more.
Villas at MGM Grand: Three and Four bedroom villas at MGM Grand’s Mansion offer a private indoor swimming pool. These suites also come complete with a sauna, dining room, exercise room, and massage room.
These specific rooms are bookable by “Qualified guests only”, so you’ll need to look in another direction if MGM Resorts isn’t impressed with your play.
Two Bedroom Villa at The Mirage: Equipped with nearly 7,000 square feet, a pool, gated entrance, and 24-hour chef and butler staff, you’ll have no problems finding relaxation in this villa.
Unfortunately, this villa is only available to invited guests and isn’t available to the general public at this time.
Three Bedroom Villa at The Mirage: Taking the crown as the largest and most luxurious of Mirage’s suites with a pool, this villa offers over 8,500 square feet of room, a 24-hour personal butler, and a limo to and from the airport.
Like the Two Bedroom Villa above, this option is also only available to invited guests at this time.
Off-Strip Suites with a Private Pool
Villa Suite at Green Valley Ranch: GVR’s Villa Suite offers a wet bar, dining area, pool table, and an outdoor dipping pool.
Weighing in at 2,500 square feet, the Villa also offers 2 bedrooms, a butler, and curated art. All that luxury comes at a price, as the Villa Suite commonly costs upwards of $5,000 per night.
Grand Villa Suites at Red Rock: Another luxury off-Strip property under the Station Casinos umbrella, Red Rock’s Grand Villa Suites offer an outdoor private dipping pool as an amenity.
In addition to its own pool, the suite boasts two separate bars, two bedrooms, a pool table, butler service, and over 3,000 square feet of space. Pricing typically lands in the $5,000-$6,000 range per night.
One-Story Sky Villa at Palms: Located off the Strip, Palms’ 5,000 square-foot Sky Villa comes with 2 king beds, a massage room, a personal sauna, a 24-hour butler, and an insane outdoor pool overlooking the Strip. Pricing starts at around $25,000 per night for both this villa and the two-story option below.
Two-Story Sky Villa at Palms: In case the one-story option isn’t sufficient, check out the Two-Story Sky Villa at Palms which also comes with a private pool on a terrace overlooking the Strip. In addition to your own personal pool, the villa offers a massage room, gaming area, 24-hour butler, and 17-seat bar.
Rio’s VooDoo Collection: Rio has officially changed hands from Caesars Entertainment to Dreamscape, which is in the midst of renovating the entire property.
I’m looking forward to seeing how they spruce up these particular rooms, which boast 2,400 square feet and come with a private balcony, some of which with a private pool.
Because of Rio’s location just off the Strip, these rooms have historically been a tad more affordable than others on this list at around $1,500 a night.
As you can see, scoring a suite in Vegas with its own private pool scene isn’t an inexpensive endeavor, but there are some spectacular options for those with the funds to make it happen!
I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.