Las Vegas Cool Pools
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Hours: Thurs-Mon, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cover Charge: Everyday ladies, $10/men Sun-Thurs $20/men Fri & Sat, $40
Dress Code: Pool attire
Located next to the dolphin habitat, Bare Pool Lounge is Mirage's adult-only pool and a favored celebrity hangout, featuring topless sunbathing during the week (Monday through Friday), two dipping pools, and live DJs (a state-of-the-art glass cover transforms the pool into a dancefloor).
Private daybeds and cabanas are available for rent on the main level. The raised VIP section has umbrella-covered daybeds and features an infinity-edged pool.
Bottle and pitcher services are offered, while a massage therapist is on site to offer poolside treatments for an additional fee.
VIP service includes chilled cucumber eye soothers, iced towels, and Evian misting bottles.
Overall Rating: Comments (9 comments):
|Top notch - Mike Martin (06/22/2012)|
|We are staying at Mandaly Bay and wanted to try some other topless pools. We found Bare to be absolutely awesome. Service was excellent. Party atmosphere was top notch. Still only 25% of the ladies were topless, but Bare is def where the pretty peeps are hanging out. So our third day we wanted to try another topless pool. So we checked out both the Voo at the Rio and then Naked at the Artisan. We ended up back at Bare. Next triple will def stay at the Mirage but will check out Tao and XS at the Encore.|
|Hustle - Aqua21 (04/30/2012)|
|There's a lot good about this pool but the hustle is stronger than ever. Everyone has their hands out. I felt like I was in Tijuana! Nothing against Mexico but at least there you expect it. Pretty soon they'll have little kids selling Chiclets to up their tips. Be prepared to spend spend spend, never knowing where it ends, but it's a good time. Monday was not a great day as its restaurant industry day so a lot of locals which is fine except no happy tourist vibe... Try this pool for yourself it's worth it at least once, you may love it!|
|European! - pooladdict (06/28/2010)|
|A note above says "European-style sunbathing is not allowed Saturday and Sunday." I contacted Bare over the weekend, however, and they said that it's European 7 days a week.|
|Like a nightclub in the daytime - Aqua21 (04/27/2010)|
|Checked this out for the first time yesterday. We had a great time, but it did cost us some paper. Not to say it wasn't worth it! So be prepared to spend money as if you were at a nightclub. You have to pay for everything, even a standard lounge chair. The atmosphere, music and the crowd are top notch!|
|Bare Pool - Heat 1 (09/02/2009)|
|Bare Pool is a money shake down from the outset. A paid admission means nothing because once your in, you have to pay extra to use even the standard chaise lounges. The pool is super small, and the upper pool area is for invited guests only. Save your money, it is not worth even a one time visit.|
|Loved it! - LVAJessica (08/27/2008)|
|Speaking as a European, I can say that this pool does have a genuine laid-back European vibe. It was very comfortable to go topless -- no leering men or dumb frat boy-types -- and women of all shapes and ages were, although we were in the minority.
Cool tunes from the DJ and if you don't get there too early, you can avoid the steep costs for lounge and cabana rental when the original renters vacate them: We got there at 3 p.m. and had no trouble finding somewhere to lounge. Cocktail service was regular and plenty of complimentary fluffy towels available. Definitely a cool pool!
|Bare - JPC (08/17/2008)|
|And addressing the comment below, you were probably asked to pay cover because it was not an industry/local day... which are every Thursday and Sunday.|
|Bare - JPC (08/17/2008)|
|Bare DOES allow european style sunbathing every day. They also have DJs every day now as well.|
|bare cover charge for locals - renaissant (05/19/2008)|
|When I went to Bare on Sun 5/18 and showed my local ID, the man at the rope wanted to charge me $40. No use trying to debate their "policy". Locals be warned.|