If you’re looking to enjoy sunbathing without worrying about tan lines at a European-style pool, Sin City has plenty of options for topless swimming. Discover the best clothing-optional and adults-only pools in Vegas below.

Clothing-Optional Pool Etiquette

Everyone wants to have a good time while enjoying the Vegas pools, but it’s essential to be aware of proper etiquette to ensure all pool guests are comfortable and respected. European-style and clothing-optional pools in Vegas have a few more guidelines to keep in mind than standard Strip pools, such as:

  • Clothing optional – While removing your top at these pools is allowed, keep in mind the pools are “clothing optional,” meaning it’s alright to keep clothing on if you want!
  • No photos – Generally, keeping your phone in your bag is a good idea. No pictures of any kind are allowed at these locations, even if there are no people in them.
  • Be respectful – Keeping your hands to yourself is always encouraged, especially at clothing-optional pools. It’s illegal to touch someone without their consent. Also, for everyone’s comfortability, avoid staring.
  • Adults only – “Adults only” at topless pools means 21 and over. The pools often double as day clubs and bars. Bring a valid ID for entry.

Adults-Only Pools in Vegas

Bare Pool Lounge – The Mirage

Known for its erupting volcano, the Mirage is a popular destination for those looking to strip their bathing suits while visiting the Las Vegas Strip! The Bare Pool Lounge, located through the Retail Promenade of the Mirage, is a private escape suitable for those looking to bare all as they sunbathe or swim.

The Bare Pool Lounge is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday through Monday during the summer. The pool is closed completely closed from Tuesday through Thursday. You must be at least 21 with a valid ID to get in.

Admission to the pool is $30. Reserved seating is available for $250, day beds for $550, and a cabana for $1000. All prices are the minimum amount for food and drinks at the full-service bar.

You can also reserve VIP day beds for a $750 minimum spend. Reserving a spot is recommended, as the Bare Pool Lounge is relatively intimate compared to some of the larger European-style pools on the Strip.

Moorea Beach Club – Mandalay Bay

Located within the sprawling Mandalay Bay, Moorea Beach Club — the tops-optional, adults-only pool complex — offers four pools to choose from. The main pool has reserved seating, available for $125, and day beds which cost from $425 to $500, with the most expensive being the poolside options.

Cabanas are $900 each. There are also options to rent the Pavillion or villas, both of which come with their own private and semi-private pools. Prices for these options vary and are available by calling the club.

The Moorea Beach Club is open through the summer, Thursday through Monday. You must be 21 or over with an ID to enter.

Venus European Pool Lounge – Caesars

Located on the ever-popular Caesers Palace property, the Venus European Pool Lounge is one of this list’s more reasonably priced pools. The pool is no longer a topless area but is adult-only.

You will find various price options depending on the level of facilities you wish to access. A chair around the pool will cost you $30, while a canopy, cabana, and deluxe cabana will set you back $125, $300, and $500, respectively. The charge gives you access to the facilities starting at 10 a.m.

The Venus European Pool Lounge is free for locals on Thursday. As well as day swims every day, they offer “night swims”  from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. Thursdays through Sundays. The pool is open as long as weather permits by season.

European Pools – Wynn & Encore

The luxurious sister hotels of the Wynn & Encore both offer European-style topless bathing in Las Vegas. The pools both include swim-up bars, resident DJs, and gaming facilities you can swim right up to.

Both pools offer cabanas and day beds. All guests and provided a towel and menus as they arrive. Neither pool is open in the off-season.

You can expect to pay around $5000 for a cabana at the Wynn. This fee includes a surround sound system and a private concierge. General cover charges for entry into the Wynn or Encore pools start at $30 for women and $60 for men. It’s important to note that the price increases on holiday weekends.

WET24 Adult Pool & Bar – the STRAT

Radius Rooftop Pool, now known as WET24, is located at the STRAT on Las Vegas Boulevard. It’s the perfect pool choice if you want to work on your tan high above the Vegas Strip. You’ll likely get some of the best panoramic views in Vegas at WET24.

One of the smaller topless pools in Vegas, they are a top-optional European-style pool. You have to be at least 21 to enter. There is free entry for STRAT guests, but non-guests must pay to access this fantastic pool.

WET24 is open from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Friday through Sunday throughout the peak season.

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