The Best Pool Cabanas in All of Vegas

By Vegas Staff | August 3, 2018 | Lifestyle

Forget the lounge chairs and cramped quarters. Vegas’s most over-the-top cabanas are elevating the resort-pool experience.

Lounge by the pool without sacrificing your privacy by renting a cabana, like this colorful number at Wynn.

Azure Luxury Pool
Renting one of the 11 airy cabanas at Azure starts with fresh fruit and Champagne service, and the experience can be augmented with snacks from Wolfgang Puck’s bikini-friendly pool menu or treatments from Canyon Ranch SpaClub. If it’s action you’re looking for, you may want to visit Azure on the weekends, when DJs turn it into a no-holds-barred party zone. Palazzo, 702-767-3724

Bamboo Pool
The Bamboo Pool is the quietest and most secluded of Cosmopolitan’s three pools, and its 10 dark-wood cabanas invite guests to indulge, with flat-screen TVs and even video gaming systems available upon request. Cabana guests are treated to cocktails and treatments from the hotel’s Sahra Spa & Hammam, including 50-minute massages with Pure Fiji nut extracts and coconut milk. Cosmopolitan, 702-698-6797

Delano Beach Club
The whited-out look of the new Delano Beach Club recalls the hotel’s sister pool in Miami, but the vibe here is decidedly more Vegas than South Beach. The cabanas boast plush Janus et Cie furnishings and thoughtful amenities like Evian facial sprays, chilled towels, and magazines. The lower deck’s Cabana One offers waterfall views and space for up to eight guests, while the rest of the club’s cabanas comfortably fit four. Delano Las Vegas, 702-632-6106

Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis
The seven pools that make up Caesars Palace’s outdoor oasis complement their surroundings, with crisp linen draperies and Mykonos-blue cabana furnishings mimicking the style of a lush Greek resort. Starting at $16,000 per day, the new Rule the Pool package lets you (and up to 120 of your closest friends) reign over the Bacchus or Jupiter pool, as well as its cabanas and sound system. Caesars Palace, 702-731-7280

The Linq Pool
Designed for guests aged 21 and over, the brand-new pool at The Linq includes 10 colorful cabanas outfitted with plasma TVs, built-in speakers, and overhead misting systems. Visitors who are staying at The Linq, however, may want to consider booking one of the hotel’s 25 cabana rooms, which feature pool-adjacent patios offering sectional sofas and butler-style service. The Linq, 702-835-5713

Mandalay Bay Beach
Mandalay Bay’s outdoor playground—a summertime nirvana equipped with three pools, a sandy beach, and a 1.6 million-gallon wave pool—is considered the granddaddy of them all, and its exclusive lounge spaces more than measure up. The selection includes 48 teakwood cabanas holding 11 guests each and expansive third-floor villas with private pools, wet bars, and decks. Mandalay Bay, 702-632-4760

Mandarin Oriental Pool
Mandarin Oriental’s eighth-floor pool deck may be one of Vegas’s most difficult-to-penetrate hideaways, but guests who aren’t staying at the hotel can bypass the restrictions by renting a cabana. The music is never too loud, the lounge chairs are never too close, and all the cabanas include 48-inch flat-screen TVs and access to the Pool Café’s menu of small bites, like ceviche and boozy Popsicles. Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, 702-590-8888

Wynn Pools
Misting systems, plasma TVs, and complimentary snack trays enhance the 45 candy-colored cabanas at Wynn, which can be outfitted with sofas, dining tables, and chaise longues for as many as 15 people. Guests of Wynn’s Tower Suites, meanwhile, enjoy a private deck with two pools and second-story cabanas complete with their own balconies. Wynn Las Vegas, 702-770-7070



Photography by: photography by barbara kraft