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Vegas Pool Party Essentials: Details On Admission, Security, Drink Prices And More

In Las Vegas pools, there’s nothing like perfecting your signature move. Whether in the pool or on land, it doesn’t matter to us as we have a list of pool party essentials every weekend night. There are a few things to remember when it comes to pool parties.

The first is that they are generally held indoors and most often on the weekends. The second is that the pool itself is the main attraction and ensures everyone has a good time. The third is that if you want to be in your element, you’ll need an invitation by either purchasing one from a guest host or paid admission.

In this post, we will cover all of your pool party needs related to admission and security at the most popular Las Vegas hotels. We will also provide drink prices at each venue so you can compare pricing before planning your next epic Saturday evening.

1. Which hotel?

When planning your next pool party, the first thing to consider is which pool you want to attend. We have chosen a list of the best hotels in Las Vegas for attending pool parties.

Drai’s Beach Club & Nightclub at the Cromwell is where you’ll want to be for those looking for a more relaxed atmosphere. This is one of the most visited pools in Las Vegas, and it has an intimate rooftop terrace so guests can enjoy some drinks from above. As for drink prices, Drai’s offers several different packages.

Suppose you prefer a more upscale atmosphere, head over to Encore at Wynn Las Vegas. This pool is also one of the most visited pools among tourists and locals alike. They also have on-site guest hosts, so you don’t have to worry about organizing your party.

2. What Is The Entry Fee?

The second thing to consider is what classes are as an “acceptable” entrance fee. The first thing to note is that most pool parties require a minimum of a $20 per person cover charge. You’ll need a guest host and purchase one from either the hotel or an outside party host if you want to attend.

If you are looking for the best deals, we recommend purchasing it from a non-affiliated party on Craigslist or attending with a large group. You’re most likely to go through a free guest list with a group of at least 7. In any case, we have the details on which hotels offer this. We have included the most commonly paid covers and the number of drink tickets you get per person when it comes to the price.

3. Details on Admission

To get into any of these pools, you’ll need to purchase an admission ticket.

You get one drink ticket for every paid admission regardless of what package you purchased for the most popular pools, such as Drai’s Beach Club & Nightclub at the Cromwell and Encore at Wynn Las Vegas.
At Mandalay Bay and Vdara, you will pay a cover charge, but you will also receive anywhere from 4 to 8 drink tickets per person. So, in these cases, you may be paying more for the same amount of drinks as you would at Encore.

For the lowest-paid admission, try attending with a group of 4 and then enter Wynn Las Vegas and Luxor. These pools require no cover charge while offering 24 drink tickets per person.

The final thing to know is that most hotels limit the number of drinks you can purchase per person per day before 2 am.

4. Security

Las Vegas is a popular destination for tourists and locals to have fun, but pool parties aren’t the most relaxed events. They can be quite the opposite.

Indoor pools generally require guests to present picture identification upon entry to ensure everyone stays safe. This may include a driver’s license or a passport. The same goes for those who are drinking alcohol inside the pool.

Additionally, all bags must be checked at the entrance, and security will conduct pat-downs on everyone before allowing them in.
In return, non-alcoholic drinks are allowed in the pool, and no smoking is allowed inside.

5. Drink Prices

Pool parties are more than just a place to relax and have fun with friends. They are also a way to enjoy some of the best cocktails you can find in Las Vegas.
That said, they can be a bit expensive. A beverage on the rocks at most pools will cost you between $11 and $15. If you want to try some specialty cocktails such as those at Encore Wynn Las Vegas, expect to pay more than $25 for your first drink. At Drai’s Beach Club, drinks start at $16, but you can spend upwards of $30 for the specialty cocktails.
If you are looking to save money, you can always grab a drink from the bar and then head to the pool at your leisure. You can also look up drinks on Yelp or Groupon beforehand and purchase them for half the price.

6. Locations

Here are the most popular Las Vegas pools and the available venues to take everything into account.
If you don’t want to spend a lot of time planning and to pay for your pool party, we recommend visiting these locations.

– Drai’s Beach Club & Nightclub at the Cromwell

We have included a link to the exact address at the end of the article. This is one of the most popular locations for pool parties, and it offers a variety of packages and drink types, including Corona pitchers, buckets, bottles, and mixed drinks.
For $40, you can get eight mixed drinks, a Corona pitcher, and use the complimentary VIP check-in service. It includes entry to the pool area and an open bar from 9:30 pm – 2 am.
You will be able to look at the spectacular pool from above, but you’ll also be able to step into a private cabana complete with statues of mythical creatures.

– Encore at Wynn Las Vegas

This pool offers many different packages, including all-inclusive ones that provide access to the pool and all of its services and single-day packages.

For the best deal, go with a group of seven or more and purchase their 7:1 package for $540 per person for two days at the pool. Guests can also bring in a partner or friend for an additional fee of $80 per person per day.

The day plan includes all-day access to the pool, three alcoholic beverages, and a meal per person. You’ll also get an additional two NON-ALCOHOLIC beverages per person.

With this package, you’ll also access all of Encore Las Vegas’s nightclubs and bars.

– Bare at Mandalay Bay

Suppose you are looking for something a bit more raucous, head over to Bare at Mandalay Bay. This pool is famous for the party atmosphere, and it offers some of the best views of the strip.
With a $20 minimum charge, this pool is popular among locals and tourists alike. They also offer both day passes and single-day passes. As a plus, you can purchase a single-day pass every Tuesday to save as much as $10 on entry. The two most popular packages include:
For $30, you get access to their exclusive cabanas with bottle service (which includes mixers) until 6 pm. After that, you’ll need to purchase a drink ticket at the bar.

For $90, you get access to the entire pool all day long. Additionally, you’ll be able to enjoy the cabanas and bar all day.

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