Intrigued by the Las Vegas topless pool parties and want to know more?
Pool parties in Vegas are infamous for their appeal of adult fun, hedonistic pleasures and wild atmosphere. At their finest, a Las Vegas pool party can be something to remember but not something you’ll want to tell the grandkids. Over the last decade, the pool party scene has evolved to offer a different edge with many venues now catering for topless pool parties. This thoroughly adult and European way of enjoying a party in the Las Vegas sun is very popular.
In this guide, we find out what a ‘toptional’ pool party is, what you can expect and where you can find the best topless pool parties in Las Vegas.
- What are ‘Toptional’ pools?
- What to Expect at a Topless Pool Party
- Best Topless Pool Parties in Las Vegas
- Tao Beach & The Venetian
- Bare Pool Lounge @ The Mirage
- Naked Pool @ Artisan Hotel Boutique
- Daydream & The M Resort
- Moorea Beach Club @ Mandalay Bay
- Marquee Dayclub & The Cosmopolitan
- Sapphire Pool
- Radius Rooftop Pool and Wet Lounge @ Stratosphere Hotel
- Venus European Pool Lounge @ Caesars Palace
- European Pools & Wynn & Encore
What are ‘Toptional’ pools?
Topless (also known as clothing optional or ‘toptional’) pools are dedicated adult-only pool areas where women can loose the bikini top. Once considered a strictly European way of sunbathing, topless pools have been popular in Las Vegas for many years and there are now dozens of places you can head to in the city to enjoy one of these venues.
There are plenty of reasons people prefer to go to topless pool parties and not just the one you’re thinking of. Yes, of course, there is the obvious appeal for a lot of men (and women) or being around topless women and enjoying plenty of boob action. However, for a lot of people it is the fact that these venues are exclusively adult environments, away from kids and families, that make them more alluring. Lastly, they are a great way to enjoy the party atmosphere in the Nevada sun without ruining your all-over tan lines.
There’s a huge variety in the kind of topless pools on offer in Las Vegas. From those that cater for a more refined crowd and offering a quiet and relaxing environment to enjoy topless sunbathing to those that are akin to the day clubs which Las Vegas is so famous for.
What to Expect at a Topless Pool Party
When you attend a topless pool in Las Vegas, it goes without saying that there are going to be tits on display. Whether you are a woman who wants to avoid strap lines with your tan or a guy who enjoys partying with half naked ladies, there are some dos and don’ts to remember.
- Topless pool parties are exactly what they say they are. What they are not are fully nude venues nor are they sex clubs. There are swingers clubs that have pools in Las Vegas but these are not them.
- Unlike the old days, pools are no longer for hotel guests only but if you aren’t staying on site then you will have to pay an admission fee.
- Cameras are not allowed at a topless pool party and even selfies are strictly prohibited. Leave your phone in the locker room and just enjoy living in the moment for a change.
- Most pool parties will have some form of VIP or premium seating such as cabanas or daybeds. These come at an additional cost to hire and may require you to have a minimum cover on food and drinks. Ask before booking one to avoid any problems.
Though many people would expect the ratio of men to women to be quite high, you can expect the numbers at most of the larger topless pool parties to be an even split.
Best Topless Pool Parties in Las Vegas
We’ve picked some of the best topless pool venues in Las Vegas where you can find a real mix of parties to enjoy. Some offer a relatively laid-back kind of vibe whilst others are something straight out of a frat movie. Whatever floats your boat, there is something for everyone.
Tao Beach & The Venetian
3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Located on the roof of the iconic Venetian casino prominently position on the glitzy strip, the Tao Beach has been popular spot for pool parties since it opened in 2005.
Styled on an Asian city house, the pool is well equipped for big parties and includes a restaurant, nightclub, lounge and beach all within a 60,000 sq. ft. space.
During pool season, the Tao Beach is open daily but it is only ‘toptional’ in the early part of week.
It is a great space and is not as busy during topless days as it is on weekends but still offers an incredible venue for a daytime pool party.
The Tao Beach is open as a topless pool Mondays to Wednesdays only and is open from 11.00am until sunset. Locals can get in for free but expect to pay a cover charge of at least $20.
Bare Pool Lounge @ The Mirage
3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
One of the first topless pools in Las Vegas to embrace the European style of bathing and is still a popular haunt for guests looking for a relaxed atmosphere.
This relatively intimate pool incorporates a total space of 14,000 sq ft within the Mirage Casino. Guests can enjoy two luxurious dipping pools or relax in one of the 6 cabanas, 8 VIP beds and 8 daybeds. It’s a friendly and popular ‘toptional’ venue but not generally a party zone although they do run many regular and special events.
The pool serves from a comprehensive cocktail, champagne and spirits menu along with food and soft drinks.
The Bare Pool is open daily between 11.00am and 5.00pm with entrance fees charged as follow:
- Men: $20 (Sun to Thurs) and $40 (Sat & Sun)
- Women $10
- Hotel Guests (Free before midday)
Locals can visit the Bare Pool Lounge for free on Mondays.
Naked Pool @ Artisan Hotel Boutique
1501 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
The Artisan is a three-star hotel located of the Strip and is a small venue even compared to the behemoth complexes of The Venetian, Caesar’s Palace and The Mirage.
Accordingly, their ‘European Pool’ is just as intimate which suits many visitors better. And small does mean small here with the pool barely being able to swim a few lengths in. However, the surroundings are idyllically serene and the daybeds and cabanas are a perfect sun-trap.
Guests can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere whilst taking advantage of well-priced food and drink from the bar. During pool season, the hotel does pump up the atmosphere with some beats.
The Naked Pool is open daily from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM though entrance fees do vary so check in advance of booking.
Daydream & The M Resort
12300 S Las Vegas Blvd, Henderson, NV 89044
Situated in Henderson, about ten miles south of the main casinos on the Strip, the M Resort’s topless pool is called Daydream
As it is well out of the glare of the tourist trappings of Las Vegas city, it is very much a toptional pool that is enjoyed by locals. However, visiting non-residents can also benefit from the facilities.
There is plenty of VIP and exclusive seating available but it is often best to book ahead as the place is very popular, particularly in peak season.
It’s worth checking out the website for details of special parties and events which can include night swims, live poolside entertainment and even outdoor movies.
The Daydream Pool Club s open Saturdays and Sundays (plus holidays) from 11.00am to 6.00pm. The cost of admission is $10 for local men (before noon) and $20 for non-locals. Local ladies can enter free before midday.
Moorea Beach Club @ Mandalay Bay
3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
The Mandalay Bay has long had a reputation for its pool complex and is one of the reasons guests stay in the hotel. However, the venue recognised the need for a more adult friendly zone with the main pool area being stuffed with kids and families during peak season. The result is the Moorea Beach Club; a premium poolside experience for the over-21s.
A toptional beach with dozens of options for guests to enjoy the facilities, you can find daybeds, cabanas, villas and pavilions to book a more luxurious experience.
It’s quite a relaxed topless pool for Las Vegas and is never too far from the backdrop of the main pool complex. They do run special events including concerts, parties and live entertainment so check the website for details.
The Moorea Beach Club is open daily from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM with admission fees being as follows:
- Female hotel guests: Free
- Male hotel guests: Mainly free Monday to Thursday with cover charges at the weekend
- Non-guests: Cover of $30-$50
Marquee Dayclub & The Cosmopolitan
3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Covering a space of 22,000 sq. ft. the Marquee Dayclub includes several areas of entertainment including two pools, several bars and a gaming area. There is also a multi-level nightclub.
It is a popular club with the younger crowd and particularly during special events and holidays when the club brings in some great live entertainment or big name DJs.
The club is open daily from 10.00am to 6.00pm but is topless only from Monday to Thursday. Local women get in for free as do hotel guests, but all others can expect to pay a cover charge of $20+.
3025 Industrial Rd, Las Vegas, NV 8910
This is the only pool party/club in Las Vegas that is situated in a Gentleman’s Club. Sapphire’s is a strip club that is open 24-hours a day which cashes in on the pool party season with a fantastic outside space.
Unsurprisingly, the parties are incredibly popular with bachelor (and bachelorette) parties and this is certainly a venue where you will get a full on Las Vegas pool party welcome.
It’s not exclusively a toptional venue and many women wear bikinis although there are plenty of women who make the most of the opportunity to go topless. The club is known for its events and the weekends can sometimes have surprising visitors including adult movie stars.
Facilities are exactly what you would expect from one of Las Vegas’s best strip clubs and you will find plenty of exclusive seating in the form of daybeds and cabanas, poolside bars and even a private pool with an aquarium wall for up to 16 guests. Hiring this VIP space doesn’t come cheap and you can expect to pay between $1.8k and $2.4k for a full day here but it certainly offers a premium experience.
The pool is open Fridays to Sundays between midday and 6.00pm with locals being able to enjoy the place for free. Admission for non-locals varies depending on the day and event.
Radius Rooftop Pool and Wet Lounge @ Stratosphere Hotel
2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104
Offering an inexpensive way to enjoy a topless pool party in Las Vegas, the Radius Rooftop and Wet Lounge has a good reputation for its party atmosphere. Staying open later than most pools, the topless element is optional but a good proportion of guests enjoy the European style.
Situated on the rooftop of the Stratosphere, guests can enjoy a stunning view across Las Vegas as they enjoy the facilities. Whilst it isn’t as luxurious as some nor as wild as others, the pool is very popular for its price, its music and the great location.
The Radius Rooftop Pool is open daily from 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM with hotel guests enjoying complimentary access. Non-hotel guests have to pay admission of $14.
Venus European Pool Lounge @ Caesars Palace
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
An opulent oasis of a pool, the Venus at Caesars is a grown up toptional venue. Covering a space of around 10,000 sq. ft there are 14 cabanas, 16 day beds, 10 couches and a whole lot of chaise lounges to enjoy the atmosphere.
They also offer poolside massages as well as food and drink from their high-end bar menu.
The Venus topless pool is open daily from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (7.00pm close on Friday and Saturday) with cover charges being payable as follows:
- Men: $30
- Hotel guests: Free
- Ladies: Free
- Locals: Free on Thursday
European Pools & Wynn & Encore
3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Both the Wynn and Encore hotels each have exclusive adults only pools where European bathing is allowed. Though they are both excellent venues with exquisite facilities and high-standards of luxury, they aren’t really ‘party’ pools….but many guests do go topless.
The pools at Wynn and Encore are only open for hotel guests. Access is complementary with facilities being open from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
All prices quoted are accurate at the time of our review (May 2018) however, do check the website for the latest prices as well as any promotions being run.
Featured image via the Naked Pool @ The Artisan Hotel Boutique.