Planning a trip to Las Vegas and staying at the Paris Hotel? Here’s what the Paris Las Vegas pool looks like and everything you need to know.
You’ll find the Octagon shaped Soleil pool tucked away on the second floor of the hotel. Covering two acres the Parisian garden utopia offers unobstructed views of the 50-story Eiffel Tower replica.
The pool is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. During the summer, they will often close at 6 pm on Friday and Saturday.
Paris’ pool is open year-round and heated during the winter. With a maximum depth of 4 feet, it’s perfect for cooling off during the hot summer.
Who Can Use the Paris Pool
The Paris Las Vegas pool is free to Paris hotel guests of all ages. If you’re staying at Bally’s and the Blu pool is closed, you can use the pool at Paris Vegas.
A room key is required for entry. Prepare for security to check your bags looking for outside food or drinks, especially alcohol. Sometimes you can bring in food from a Paris hotel restaurant.
If you aren’t staying at the hotel, you can rent a daybed or cabana.
Pro-tip: If you’re a Caesars Diamond, you can use the pool if you aren’t staying at the hotel.
Paris Las Vegas Pool Villa and Cabana Rentals
If you aren’t staying at the hotel or if you want shade and privacy, you can rent a cabana or villa. Paris Las Vegas Pool cabanas and villas accommodate 12 people and start at $250 a day. Book early because there are only nine cabanas and four villas.
Cabana and villa rentals include:
- Free bottled water
- VIP cocktail service
- 42-inch flat-screen TV
- Ceiling fan
- Dinette set for 4 people
- Four pool loungers
- Private courtyard
With a cabana or villa rental at Paris, there isn’t any food and beverage minimum required.
Cabanas and villas are assigned by the manager. You might be able to have some input if you get there early and tip. 😉
Rental prices do not include a 15% service charge, 5% gratuity, 12.5% sales tax, about an 8% credit card fee, and approximately 6.25% processing fee. Yep, lots of add on fees
Currently, there’s a Paris Las Vegas Pool weekend cabana offer. You get 20% off any spa treatment at Voie Spa & Salon when you book a cabana or premium cabana Friday through Sunday.
Lounge chairs are free and offered first come first serve. Don’t want to wake up at the crack of dawn to grab a chair by the pool? You can reserve a lounge chair in front of the bar starting at $50 per person.
You can rent a two-person lounge bed starting at $150 a day. Daybeds that accommodate four also start at $150 a day.
The lounge beds and daybeds surround the sides of the pool. The difference between a daybed and a lounge daybed is the size. Lounge daybeds hold two people and daybeds hold four people.
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The two-acre Paris Las Vegas pool offers unobstructed views of the 50-story Eiffel Tower replica.
Open all year, the heated pool is open to Paris Hotel guests of all ages. Bally’s Las Vegas guests can use the pool when the pool at Bally’s is closed.
There are plenty of free loungers available on a first-come, first-served basis. But if you want to guarantee a seat, you can rent loungers, lounge beds, daybeds, cabanas, and villas.
When at the Paris pool, would you pick a view of the Eiffel Tower or view of the hotel?
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