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Las Vegas Pools Open Year Round – Updated For 2023

When you think of Las Vegas, sun-drenched pool scenes are one of the first things that come to mind.

While the summer pool season is lively, many visitors don’t realize that the weather in Vegas can get downright frigid during the winter. With cold temps in mind, a good chunk of resorts shutter their pools during the winter months.

Many visitors though, commonly from colder climates, are undeterred by chilly temps and look to visit the pool while in town.

I figured it would be helpful to construct a list of Las Vegas pools on the Strip, Downtown, and off the Strip that keep their pools open during the winter.

A couple of quick notes:

  • Always check with the property before you venture to the pool deck. Even if the pool is open during the winter, many will close due to high winds or unseasonably cold temps. Additionally, most pools still close for a week or so for maintenance during the off-season.
  • You’ll want to confirm the pool’s hours of operation as most resorts scale things back significantly from November to April.
  • Food & beverage options are also typically scaled back or non-existent during the winter.

See Also: Things to do in Las Vegas during the Winter!

Pools open Year Round on the Strip

Bellagio: Bellagio’s stunning pool deck is open in the winter, and the two larger pools are heated to a balmy 84 degrees.

Pool at Bellagio with hotel in the background
Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts

MGM Grand: One heated pool (their Main Pool) is left open during the winter months at MGM Grand although the majority of their 6.5-acre complex does get shut down.

Unfortunately, the popular lazy river is not open during the winter.

Pool and Seating at MGM Grand
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Aria: The foliage-rich pool deck at Aria remains open for business in the winter with water heated to 80 degrees. If staying at Vdara, you’re also able to use Aria’s pool as Vdara’s closes in October.

Aria's pool with the hotel tower in the background
© Al Powers, – Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Park MGM: At least one pool at Park MGM, typically their South Pool (pictured below), is open and heated to 80 degrees during the winter.

Pool at Park MGM Las Vegas
©Patric Michael Chin – Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Mandalay Bay: While the majority of Mandalay Bay’s elaborate pool complex closes during the winter, they do keep at least one heated pool open at all times for guest use. The pool they designate for use rotates depending on their maintenance calendar.

Pool and seating at Moorea Beach Club
Moorea Beach Club Pool – Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Palazzo/Venetian: The pool deck will remain open during the winter months and are heated. Cabanas will not be available, however.

Submerged Loungers at Venetian Las Vegas Pool
Venetian’s pool before the crowds.

Wynn/Encore: Although portions of the pool may be periodically closed for maintenance work, the pool remains open in the winter for guest use.

Wynn's Main pool
Wynn’s Pool is top tier.

Resorts World: The newest, and one of the best pool complexes on the Strip will remain open and heated throughout the winter. Weighing in at 5.5-acres and 7 unique pools, this is one pool deck everyone should experience. Notably, there is an infinity pool on the south end of the property that overlooks the Strip.

Pool at Resorts World

Mirage: Although Mirage’s main pool closes during the winter, they do keep their smaller Private Oasis Pool open and heated to the mid-70s.

Sahara: Weather permitting, Sahara keeps one of their pools open and heated year-round for guests.

Cosmopolitan: Cosmo’s Chelsea Pool (on the south end of the property) stays open throughout the winter for guests and is heated to around 80 degrees.

Downtown Las Vegas Pools Open Year Round

Plaza: Plaza’s unique rooftop pool is open year round and offers a great view of D*Face’s “Behind Closed Doors” mural. Both a heated pool and hot tub will be available to guests.

Pool deck at Plaza with hotel tower in the background
Courtesy of the LVCVA

Circa: Boasting 6 swimming pools, 2 swim-up bars, and poolside gaming, Circa’s Stadium Swim easily qualifies as the best pool on Fremont Street. Adding to the allure is the 143-foot screen that’s always tuned to the big game.

The pools are heated, and you can actually view the up-to-the-minute water temperature, here.

Stadium Swim at Circa

Downtown Grand: DTG’s Citrus Grand Pool Deck stays open during the winter, although there are no food and beverage offerings. The rooftop pool receives plenty of sun and offers a great view of downtown Las Vegas.

The Pool at Downtown Grand
DTG – A laid-back, uncrowded pool scene.

Off the Strip Pools Open During the Winter

Red Rock: The Sandbar Pool complex at Red Rock is open and heated to a balmy 78 degrees all winter long.

The pool at Red Rock photographed from above
Photo Courtesy of Station Casinos

Green Valley Ranch: The pool complex at the luxurious Henderson resort is open and heated during the winter. Winter pool hours run from 10 am – 4 pm, weather permitting.

Pool complex at Green Valley Ranch
Courtesy of Station Casinos

South Point: Although the pool is open year round, they typically stop heating it in October. It’ll be uncomfortable, but if you don’t mind a frigid dip, the pool at South Point is an option.

Pool at South Point Las vegas
Courtesy of South Point

Trump International: Heated to 82 degrees, the pool at Trump stays open during the winter.

Hopefully, we were able to help you find a pool if you are crazy enough to take a dip in the months of October, November, December, January, or February. Enjoy your swim – We’ll meet you at the bar.

See Also: What are the best pools in Las Vegas? We take a shot at identifying the top options on the Strip and on Fremont.

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Lisa Mc

Wednesday 12th of October 2022

Will Circus Circus pools be open over THanksgiving? Will it be heated? THanks.

Jake Hoffman

Thursday 13th of October 2022

I believe it'll be closed at that point, but would recommend calling the resort to be sure.


Tuesday 20th of September 2022

So helpful Jake!! F yeah!!


Sunday 28th of November 2021

I'm trying to find somewhere I can just sunbathe. All the Caesars pools are closed now and I don't stay at any properties on the list. Does anyone have any suggestions - I'm willing to pay (reasonable amount) to just be able to soak up some sun.


Friday 3rd of December 2021

@KEITH FORTNER, give Circa a shot! I know they allow anyone in and charge a cover which varies depending on the day. Id recommend getting there early if it's a weekend so you can claim some real estate.


Sunday 12th of September 2021

Thanks so much for the list! Much appreciated for us northerners! 😊

Dan martin

Tuesday 28th of January 2020

Thanks for the link - Caesar’s platinum player here - I’m from Oregon so I don’t get there as often as locals - However I play a higher stakes game than most ! Really annoyed by this RESORT FEE - pool isn’t open , don’t use the gym , their Internet sucks and I have 5G from AT&T unlimited , The Rio resort pulled all the little refrigerators from the room, see you tell me what I’m getting for my resort fee ?? I just keep shooting my mouth off to let Caesars gambling know I’m gonna go somewhere else that respects my play and my money - by the way workers — I’ve been coming for 35 years and never had a drink in my life without at least tipping a dollar, do you need folks like me – go boomers ! Dan the Man from Oregon

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