Travel + Leisure has put together a fairly comprehensive Guide to Vegas Pool Parties. If you’re going to Vegas and have questions about the pools, this is a great place to start.

For each property they describe the vibe and also give Pool Party details, costs and hours. They even let you know which pools are family-friendly.

I learned, for instance, that while you can bring your kids to the pool if you’re staying at the Bellagio, all lounge chairs and seating will cost you $50 or more per seat! Yet, at Ceasars Palace, even non-hotel guests are welcome on the weekends (for a $20 fee), and it hosts the only swim-up blackjack on the Strip. There are 6 different pools, each with it’s own theme. We’re totally staying at Caesar’s Palace the next time we’re in Vegas.

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And hey, at the Venetian, European bathing is permitted Monday—Thursday.

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