Last Updated on March 18, 2023
The Resorts World pool area is an impressive 5.5 acres with multiple pools for guests to enjoy. Since Resorts World is made up of three hotels, it’s no surprise the pool area needed to be large and well-designed. The Las Vegas Hilton, Conrad Las Vegas, and Crockfords Las Vegas hotel guests are welcome to relax in this picture-perfect setting with panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline and amenities to meet all your needs.
The prime location, just minutes from the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Las Vegas Strip, has quickly made this one of the hottest resorts in Sin City. Learn what you can expect from the pools, where to get a poolside meal, and more with this all-inclusive pool guide!
Resorts World’s Pools
The main pool is the largest pool at the resort. It’s made up of 3 separate bodies of water with daybeds available to reserve. With a daybed reservation, your seat is reserved for the entire day at the pool. You can leave, come back, and not miss a minute of fun! Each daybed reservation includes a poolside concierge, a dedicated server, a side table for drinks, towel service, and shade.
The pool is conveniently located across from Agave Bar and Grill and next to Swim Society retail shop. Lush palm trees surround the pool to create a tropical, inviting environment for guests.
The family pool is the perfect spot for your entire family to unwind by the water. The pool has a unique water feature that offers the perfect spot for young kids to play. Padded lounge chairs surround the pool, and three pool cabanas are available to reserve.
You’re just steps from Bites, a casual, family-friendly snack bar. While the family pool was designed to be kid-friendly, it’s still a lot of fun for the adults in your family too! Get all your pool essentials at the Sunkissed retail shop next to the family pool.
The Bimini Pool is a dream Instagram back-drop turned reality with playful, boho vibes. An oversized chess set allows for some playful competition and larger-than-life memories. Bimini Bar sits next to the pool for easy access to poolside hydration and all your favorite adult beverages.
Padded lounge chairs are located around the pool, and casual seating is inside the lounge, but no Cabanas are available for rent by this ground-floor lagoon pool.
The cabana pool is circular, surrounded by 13 private cabanas and multiple deck chairs. The deck chairs are reserved for Crockfords guests, but any resort guests can reserve the cabanas. A small water feature in the center of the pool adds a fun element for kids.
Overall, this pool has a laid-back vibe and doesn’t tend to be as busy as some of the other resort pools.
The VIP pool is a reservation-only pool at the Resorts World pool complex. The adult-only infinity pool offers incredible views of the Las Vegas skyline, with daybeds and cabanas available to rent. This pool is exclusively for those aged 21 and up. Despite the adults-only theme, this pool is not top-optional like Moorea Beach Club or Marquee Day Club.
A lounge located by the VIP pool makes it easy to get a refill without venturing into the louder, more crowded family-friendly pool areas.
Renting cabanas in the pool area is the perfect way to take your typical pool day to the next level of extravagance and relaxation. Get out of the sun and unwind in the privacy of your own cabana at three of the five pools.
Cabanas are available to rent at the VIP pool, family pool, and cabana pools. Each rental includes a misting fan, coffee table, couch, side tables, lounge chairs, TV, personal safe, refrigerator, and bottled water.
Poolside Dining & Drinks
Guests have plenty of options for food or drinks without leaving the pool deck. Agave is located by the main pools. This restaurant offers casual, quick bites like an agave jalapeno burger and caramel-filled churros. They have all your favorite poolside cocktails too!
Bites is a snack lounge on the east side of the pool deck by the family pool. Bites lounge doesn’t serve full-size meals, but their bite-sized snack options are delicious! Bimini Bar is the perfect spot to relax before you get back in the pool, or you can indulge in the water at the swim-up bars by the VIP pool.
One of the things that makes the pool complex at this hotel unique is the location of its pools. At most resorts, you have to go through the lobby of the hotel or even past the busy casino floor to access the pool area. The pool area is located on the fifth floor. This makes for stunning views of the Las Vegas skyline and keeps you out of the busiest parts of the resort when you’re going to and from the pool.
What are Resorts World Las Vegas pool hours?
Pool hours vary seasonally and depending on which of the pools you want to use. Inquire at the front desk for accurate pool hours during your stay.
How many pools are at Resorts World Las Vegas?
There are a total of 5 pools at Resorts World Vegas.
Is there an adults-only pool at Resorts World?
Yes, the VIP pool is for adults only.
Who owns Resorts World Vegas?
Resorts World is owned and operated by Hilton Hotels.
- Resorts World offers five pools to enjoy sun, water, and relaxation
- A family pool is available for children and adults to enjoy
- There is an adult-only infinity pool for childfree play
- The VIP Pool is a luxury environment accessible via reservation only
- Cabanas or daybed rentals offer a more luxurious and comfortable poolside experience
- Pool hours vary seasonally