- Unfortunately, no major Strip or Fremont Street resorts offer an indoor pool – The closest option is The Platinum, which is a short walk from mid-Strip resorts.
- The remaining hotel options are a ways from the Strip and will require a car/ride to get back and forth.
Las Vegas resorts are known for the plethora of amenities offered to guests. From Spas to salons, to sprawling pool complexes, Vegas rarely disappoints when it comes to hotel offerings.
One resort feature that is incredibly difficult to find in Las Vegas, though, are indoor pools.
While a number of popular resorts do keep their outdoor pools open year-round, swimming outside in winter temperatures isn’t appealing to many. Especially if traveling with kids, or just wanting to avoid the blistering Nevada sun, sometimes an indoor pool is a more desirable option.
While there are no prominent hotels on the Strip with an indoor pool, we thought it would be fun to highlight resorts near the Strip that do offer that specific amenity.
Note that the vast majority of hotels in Las Vegas with an indoor pool aren’t within walking distance of the Strip and would require you to drive or utilize a ride-share service.
See Also: Las Vegas hotel rooms with a Jetted Tub.
Hotels In Vegas With Indoor Pools
The Platinum: Located just a 5-minute walk from Horseshoe and Cromwell, The Platinum offers an indoor pool and is extremely close to the Strip and steps away from the value-oriented Ellis Island Casino.
In addition to the indoor pool, The Platinum also has an outdoor pool, and all guestrooms come equipped with a walk-out balcony.
Embassy Suites by Hilton Convention Center: Tucked behind the Wynn Golf Club, the Embassy Suites by Hilton is 1.4 miles, or a 5-minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip, and has an indoor pool in addition to a hot tub and outdoor sun deck.
La Quinta Inn & Suites By Wyndham Las Vegas: A basic La Quinta, this location is a 5-10 minute drive from the Strip on I-15 and offers both an indoor pool and hot tub. As an added perk, free breakfast is offered daily.
Best Western Plus North Las Vegas: Located about 15 minutes to the north of the Las Vegas Strip by car, this specific Best Western has an indoor pool and offers free breakfast daily.
If having a casino nearby is important, the Best Western is right next to Cannery, a locals casino that is likely to have lower limits, better table game rules, and looser slots due to its location in North Las Vegas.
Bluegreen Vacations Club 36: A timeshare complex that also rents out its rooms on popular travel websites, Bluegreen offers an indoor pool and is 1.7 miles from MGM Grand on the Strip, which amounts to a 5-10 minute drive.
Baymont by Wyndham South Las Vegas Strip: Located 3.4 miles, or a 10-minute drive south of Mandalay Bay on the south end of the Strip, Baymont by Wyndham offers guests a small indoor pool.
Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Las Vegas: A little further out in Henderson, the Hawthorn Suites are about a half-hour drive from the middle of the Strip. The resort does boast an indoor pool and hot tub in addition to free breakfast.
Spring Hill Suites Las Vegas – Henderson: Another option in Henderson, Spring Hill is 20-25 minutes to the Las Vegas Strip by car and offers an indoor pool and hot tub.
Best Western Plus Las Vegas West: Located 25 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, the Best Western Plus offers an indoor pool and hot tub as an amenity to guests.
Surprisingly, indoor pools are surprisingly rare in a city known for mega-resorts with myriad amenities. Especially if you’re hoping to find an indoor pool on the Strip or Fremont Street, you’re out of luck.
Although difficult to find, there are some quality options sprinkled around town as long as you are willing to drive/take an Uber to the Strip as none would be walkable.
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