How do Las Vegas locals stay cool during the hottest season? They head to rooftop pools on the strip for amazing views and live music.
Circa Stadium Swim Pool Las Vegas is one of the top pools to check out.
This spot boasts a larger-than-life television screen so sports fans can catch up on live shows while lounging in the pool.
Here’s a complete guide to this Las Vegas hang so you can visit it on your next vacation.
Stadium Swin Pool General Info
Circus Stadium Pool, located in downtown Las Vegas at Circa Resort, offers visitors views of a 40-foot screen.
During your visit, you can lounge in the pool or enjoy your time sunbathing on a chair. This pool is open every day year-round, so no matter when you visit, you can enjoy the epic views. In the wintertime, the pool is heated up so you can enjoy the warm water.
This Fremont Street spot is on the livelier side – expect fun music and dancing guests during your pool stay. While there is a casino inside of the Circa Resort & Casino, this location has made it easy to play poolside. Enjoy games like blackjack while soaking up the sun near the six pools available.
It’s easy to enjoy a drink when spending the day here with two swim-up bars placed on the pool deck’s lower level. Food is also available – expect elevated cuisines like wagyu hot dogs and seasonal fruit plates.
Here you won’t see any children playing in the water – it’s an adults-only location that gears towards those looking for a pool party experience. Selfie walls are present, providing excellent areas for pictures and posing.
On the weekends, there are events at Circa Hotel surrounding games.
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If you head here on a Saturday in September, you can expect to catch a college football game or six.
Cabanas, poolside boxes, daybeds, and floating beds are all rentable when heading here. If you’re purchasing a general ticket, you may experience a wait time.
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Circa Stadium Pool Hours
You’ll find Circa Stadium Swim open from 8 am to 11 pm pacific standard time each day.
This allows you to keep partying and enjoying sports all day long.
Some Circa Stadium Swim rules must be followed when visiting here, including not bringing cologne, cameras, or outside food.
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Swimwear is optional but recommended.
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Circas Stadium Swim Pool Prices (cabanas, entry)
Hotel guests and visitors alike can swim at Circa Stadium. While hotel guests can enter for free, those visiting will generally pay $20-$40 for entry, depending on whether an event occurs. Reservations need to be made ahead of time for cabanas, poolside boxes, daybeds, floating beds, and lower cabanas.
Below you’ll find typical pricing if you were to attend on a Saturday.
- Lounge chairs – Free
- Upper lounge chairs – $100
- Lily Pads (floating beds) – $500
- Day Beds – $800
- Lower Cabanas – $1,000+
- Upper Cabanas – $3000+
Keep in mind pricing increases during events for seating areas.
Reservations / How To Get In
Reservations can be made online ahead of time for poolside seating.
Entry fees for general admission are available online as well on Circa’s website. Certain seating areas may require pricing over the phone before purchase.
Once you enter the hotel, signs will show the route to the pool.
It is located on the second level and can be reached via an escalator. Once you arrive at the pool, you must show your tickets, purchase tickets, or check in for rented seating areas.