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Flamingo Pool: Go Pool & Beach Club One of the Best Pools in Las Vegas

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The Flamingo Pool is one of the best pools in Las Vegas. Right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip, the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino offers two pools for your swimming pleasure: the Go Pool Dayclub and the Beach Club. Keep reading to find out which pool is right for you.

The Go Pool and the Beach Club at the Flamingo Las Vegas are open. The pools aren’t heated and all pools have a maximum depth of 3 ½ feet. Just enough to get you nice and wet to cool off in the Vegas heat. But not too deep that you won’t be able to relax.

Go Pool Day Club

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Get your party on at the Go Pool at the Flamingo

If you’re looking for a day club party pool. You’ll want to head over to the Go Pool. You’ll find a 15-acre tropical paradise with a waterfall, lagoon, several pools. The Go Pool is party central. DJs and other entertainment are provided on the weekends.

The Go Pool Day Club entrance is next to the valet. So it’s a bit of a walk if you’re staying at the Flamingo. But a short walk if you get dropped off or take the monorail.

There are 3 lines to get into the Go Pool. Everyone can use the line on the left. This is the longest line so prepare to wait if you come on the weekend. The middle line is for Caesars Diamond and Seven Stars members. The right line is the VIP line for guests who’ve booked a cabana or daybed.

Pro-tip: You can also use the VIP line if you tell security you want to rent a daybed or cabana. 😉

Because the Go Pool is a day club, security is strict. Your bags are checked more thoroughly than going through airport security.

There’s a long list of prohibited items such as a gimbal, selfie stick, and GoPro. Only pool attire is allowed at the Go Pool. Banana hammocks, jeans, baggy clothing, ripped or cut-off clothes, see-through clothes, and sportswear aren’t allowed. You can’t smoke, vape, or use e-cigarettes at the Go Pool.

Pro-tip: You can bring your inflatable rafts and inner tubes to the Go Pool.

Outside food and drinks aren’t allowed. But you can bring one unopened/sealed non-alcoholic drink per person.

Pro-tip: You get a great view of the pool from the Monorail station. This is a great spot to take a photo.

Related: What to Pack for Las Vegas

The Beach Club

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The Beach Club at Flamingo Las Vegas is family-friendly

Surrounded by palm trees tucked away up a flight of stairs, you’ll find the family-friendly Beach Club. Complete with waterslides, this little oasis is steps from snacks and drinks from the Beach Club Cafe.

Pro-tip: You can enjoy great views of the Go Pool from under the awning entrance to the Beach Club. There’s a second view spot behind the cabanas.

Pool Hours

The Go Pool is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm during pool season which runs from March through October. The Beach Club is open daily from 9 am to 5pm. Be sure to check the website to confirm hours.

Pro-tip: For the past year because of the travel restrictions, the Go Pool was open to families Monday through Thursday.

Who Can Use the Flamingo Pool

You can use the Flamingo Pool for free if you’re a Flamingo hotel guest. The Go Pool is open to adults 21 and older with a valid government ID. The Beach Club is open to all ages.

In the past, you could pay a general admission fee to use the Go Pool. You paid less if you were staying at another Caesars hotel. But they currently aren’t offering general admission tickets for non-hotel guests.

If you’re not staying at the hotel you have to rent a daybed or cabana.

Flamingo Pool Daybed and Cabana Rentals

You can rent a daybed or cabana at the Flamingo Pool. If you book a daybed or cabana you have to arrive at the pool by 11 am or your reservation will get canceled.

Pro-tip: Lounge chairs are free and first come, first served at the Go Pool and Beach Club.

Go Pool Daybed and Cabana Rentals

The Go Pool offers daybed and cabana rentals. Prices vary depending on the size, location, and day of the week.

Small Daybed & Go Pool Daybed

A small daybed for two people near the smaller pool and Go Pool entrance starts at $75. Go Pool Daybed rentals that seat up to 4 people start at $100. Rental includes:

  • Free entry to Go Pool
  • Expedited entry into the Go Pool aka the short cut line (cabana and day bed rental line)
  • Free juice and soda mixers with bottle purchase (bottle service starts at $250)
  • Server and host
  • Umbrella (weather dependent: windy days equal no umbrella)

Pro-tip: You are charged a $100 food and beverage minimum, not including sales tax and gratuity on all small daybed and daybed rentals. This is in addition to the rental fee. The F&B minimum is charged when you arrive.

Rental prices do not include service charge, gratuity, sales tax, credit card fee, or processing fee. There’s a 20% service charge, 1.6% sales tax, 8.9% cc fee, 7.4% processing fee.

Wet Deck Daybed & Party Daybed

A Wet Deck Daybed rental that sits on the pool’s edge and has a private wading area aka Baja shelf tanning ledge, seat 6, start at $150. Not sure what a Baja shelf or tanning ledge is? Check out this post on Bally’s Las Vegas Pool.

A Party Daybed, poolside daybed rentals, can accommodate 4 people comfortably, but you can squeeze in 6, starts at $200. Both the Wet Deck Daybed and Party Day Bed include:

  • Free entry to Go Pool
  • Expedited entry into the Go Pool aka the short cut line (cabana and day bed rental line)
  • Free juice and soda mixers with bottle purchase (bottle service starts at $250)
  • Server and host
  • Umbrella (weather dependent: windy days equal no umbrella)

Cabana

Cabana rentals that seat 12 to 15 people start at $300 and include:

  • Free entry to Go Pool
  • Expedited entry into the Go Pool aka the short cut line (cabana and day bed rental line)
  • Free juice and soda mixers with bottle purchase (bottle service starts at $250)
  • TV
  • Fridge
  • Bar
  • Couch
  • 2 Sun loungers in front of the cabana
  • Private lounge area
  • Server and host
  • Umbrella (weather dependent: windy days equal no umbrella)

Rental prices may increase depending on the number of people.

Pro-tip: A $200 food and beverage minimum not including sales tax and gratuity is required for all wet deck, party daybed, and cabana rentals. This is in addition to the rental fee.

Beach Club Daybed and Cabana Rentals

You can rent a daybed and cabana at the Beach Club. Because the Beach Club is the smaller of the two pools, there are fewer daybeds and cabanas.

Beach Club Daybed rentals that seat up to 4 people start at $100 and include:

  • Free entry to Go Pool
  • Free juice and soda mixers with bottle purchase (bottle service starts at $250)
  • Server and host
  • Umbrella (weather dependent: windy days equal no umbrella)

Cabanas seat 12, start at $300 and include:

  • Free entry to the Beach Club
  • Expedited entry into the Go Pool Friday and Saturday aka the short cut line (cabana and day bed rental line)
  • Free juice and soda mixers with bottle purchase (bottle service starts at $250)
  • TV
  • Fridge
  • Bar
  • Couch
  • 2 Sun loungers in front of the cabana
  • Private lounge area
  • Server and host
  • Umbrella (weather dependent: windy days equal no umbrella)

Pro-tip: There is a $100 food and beverage minimum not including sales tax and gratuity on daybed rentals at the Beach Club in addition to the rental fee. The F&B minimum is charged upon arrival.

Las Vegas Pools

Want to see more Las Vegas pools? Watch these videos in our Las Vegas pools playlist.

If you’re looking for the best pool in Vegas, check out the Caesars Palace Pool. Seeking another tropical oasis? Pay a visit to the Aria Pool or the Mirage Pool. Love the heat of the sun, there’s no better place than the Vdara Pool Tour. Looking for an old-school vibe pool with a deep end? You’ll want Bally’s Las Vegas Pool. For views of the Effiel Tower head to the Paris Pool. Want a nonsmoking atmosphere? Head for the Park MGM Las Vegas Pool and NoMad Las Vegas Pool: the Best Secret Hotel Pool in Vegas.

Stay tuned for more posts on Vegas pools.

Conclusion

Which pool are you hanging out at during your Las Vegas vacation? The Go Pool Dayclub or the Beach Club?

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Lynndee

Wednesday 11th of August 2021

That place looks amazing. Love the flamingo statues.

Star Traci

Wednesday 11th of August 2021

Well, I am definitely a Beach Club gal. I had no idea that pools would be open to non-hotel customers and have a line but I guess it really is more like a club. Both look beautiful, however.

Swathi

Tuesday 10th of August 2021

Sounds like neat pool and we stay there enjoy the swimming. I wish I stayed near there.

Terri Beavers

Tuesday 10th of August 2021

That pool is just gorgeous. The blue waters and splash of pink are fun. I'd love to take the family there sometime.

Louisa

Tuesday 10th of August 2021

The pool looks really cool and colorful. Even when you are lodging, they won't allow you come with a meal/drink from the hotel? That sounds weird

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