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Las Vegas Cool Pools

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Flamingo by day
Flamingo by day
Chill with the flamingos
Chill with the flamingos
Flamingo cabana
Flamingo cabana
Alizma Soak Up the Sun
Alizma Soak Up the Sun
Dusk at the Flamingo
Dusk at the Flamingo
Laura Croft at Flamingo
Laura Croft at Flamingo
2nd stop Flamingo
2nd stop Flamingo
Holly & some flamingos
Holly & some flamingos
Stop Tweeting & Relax!
Stop Tweeting & Relax!
There you go!
There you go!
 
Name: Beach Club
Hotel: Flamingo Las Vegas
Hours: Mon-Sun, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cover Charge: Hotel guests only
Dress Code: Pool attire
Phone: 702/697-2888
Website

Activities:
Spa Services Wi-Fi

The Flamingo's family friendly Beach Club Pool features cabana service, with amenities including plasma TVs, mini-fridges, exotic fruit platters, wireless Internet access, and a personal server. There are two 260-square-foot "ultra cabanas". Bottle service is required with all cabana rentals.




 

Overall Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5

4.5/5 Rating

Comments (17 comments):
Fun, fresh and open now for 2015 - Aquagirl (03/16/2015)
I checked this pool out yesterday with my sisters. Had a great time kicking off our pool season! We got a daybed because it was packed but usually if you wait a bit you can snag a couple of pool chairs. Flamingo has a separate pool for kids so it's nice for adults in the main pool. The GO Pool (21 and over) is currently being renovated and will open later this spring. Music was great but not too loud. Service can be a little slow so we ordered the bigger drinks to last longer.

Fun and affordable - Aqua21 (05/06/2012)
The Flamingo pool is always a good choice for us. We know we can bring friends and it will be fun without the "hustle" you get from many of the other pools expecting $50-$100 chair minimums. Flamingo doesn't do that. This pool is not heated but you get used to the slightly chillier water.

Why bother? - Wants Euro (07/30/2010)
Go Pool is definitely no longer topless. The snotty attendant had no explanation, and they still charge $20.00 for guys, even for guests. Waste of time, we went elsewhere.

Why bother? - Wants Euro (07/30/2010)
Go Pool is definitely no longer topless. The snotty attendant had no explanation, and they still charge $20.00 for guys, even for guests. Waste of time, we went elsewhere.

Casual good time - Aqua21 (07/03/2010)
We had a good time at this pool with our 20-something cousins who were in town for a wedding. Music was good, there were plenty of chairs and drink prices were affordable. This is a great pool for people who want a casual pool atmosphere. A little rowdy but hey, that's what some people come to Vegas for!

Go Pool no longer topless?! - pooladdict (06/27/2010)
Stopped by the Flamingo Go Pool on Thurs 6/10 and Sat 6/12. Big sign: NO TOPLESS BATHING. The guy at the entrance said he didn't know if or when that would change.

false information - Paco4585 (06/15/2010)
The Flamingo pool on the internet lied about public getting in free on Mondays.

Shitty - 123456789 (06/15/2010)
The Flamingo pool on the internet lied about public getting in free on Mondays.

Great mix of everything - ceames (05/10/2010)
Although I'm not experienced at topless pools, this one seems to have everything I'd want. There's a mix of younger and older. Plenty of topless eye candy. Shady spots as well as sunny. Friendly people. And it's free on Mondays for locals, which is the sole reason I checked it out. Now if I can only get my lady to come back when she loses those extra lbs.

Flamingo GO Pool - Arizona Couple (09/12/2009)
We have been to the GO pool a number of times and have always found that this pool is the 'best value' European Pool on the Strip. The crowd tends to be a bit older than most of the other topless pools - and there are usually bunches of older guys hoping to scope out the ladies. But during our most recent visit - right after Labor Day - the crowd was a bit younger and maybe 25% of the ladies were sans tops. Not a overly friendly crowd, but towards the end of the day, more ladies collected along the side of the pool and the couples that we talked to were very friendly - we had a great time. Drinks are fairly cheap - they usually have a two for one beer special (two 16 oz. Bud Lights with Lime for $6). Music is pretty good - they do tend to play music that seems to be appropriate for the crowd at the pool that day. One criticism - the Flamingo really needs to figure out how to remodel the pool area of the GO pool to have the restrooms located within the pool area. Now you have to exit the pool area, go through a door monitored by an attendant and then have to re-enter through the same door. Ladies have to put their tops back on to use the restroom - what a pain! No other European pool that we have been to in Vegas has the same configuration. My wife found it to be a hassle - but not enough to say that we wouldn't come back. We usually have a great time at the GO Pool and look forward to coming back during our next trip to Vegas.

GO POOL - livnlrginFL (11/07/2008)
I just found this site when I was looking to see if the GO pool was still open. I went in August and had an amazing time. I got a great rate at Flamingo so I decided to check it out, even though i thought you had to be over 50 to stay there :) I saw the go pool advertised in the lobby and thought i would give it a try. It was like a desert oasis beautiful people, a great DJ, and reasonable drinks made this the best pool party I have ever been too. I will defiently be checking it out again next year.

GO Pool Update - Mac Steinway (06/12/2008)
Having been to the GO Pool in 2007, went back this year and noticed some changes. While last year they just played an endless string of pop and rock music, this year there is actually a DJ. There is also an MC who encourages the crowd to have a good time - as well encouraging the ladies to go topless. He does not do so constantly, so it is not a nuisance. However, the most interesting new addition this year is a float with a stripper pole right at the center of the pool. As the day wears on, the drinks flow, the MC does a bit of encouraging, and some of the more daring ladies climb up onto the float, remove their tops, dance around a bit, and enjoy the cheers from the crowd. It's all in good fun. The level and quality of the good time on any giben day here is directly correlated to the crowd. Fortunately, the GO Pool seems to attract the right sort of folks. Beers are $6 and cocktails or shots are $10. There are drink specials on certain days.

Go-Again! - KtRose (05/31/2008)
I've been to GO pool twice now, each time on a Monday for their promotional "Relapse" Mondays Event. Women and Men with a local I.D. get in free, out of towners pay $20 and Las Vegas resident Dj Keith Evan spins lounge/house music from 1pm to 6pm. The atmosphere is fairly laid-back, aside from the hired "VJ" slash "little person" slash "hype man" who hosts the Monday "Relapse" Event and attempts to get women to participate in a pole dancing contest. Can't say it isn't slightly entertaining... Without the host interrupting the otherwise peaceful day, GO pool is a quiet and private pool with amenities such as tan assistants who will come and rub you down with tanning lotions and oils, and massage therapists that are mobile around the pool. Beer starts at 6 dollars for Domestic and go up from there. Mixed drinks are $10 and up. A plus to the GO pool is that you are away from the kiddie splashes and waterslides of the Flamingo-Hilton's main pool area, and the whole ambiance of the GO pool is more laid-back and mature. This pool is not completely topless, as women are required to strategically adhere pink flamingos to their otherwise bare breasts so that no nip is shown! Not too many women that I noticed were GOing the distance with their tops off, but as the afternoon progressed, I did notice more Pink Flamingo's bobbing in and out of the water. Could've been the tequila shots from the little VJ-man's squirt gun, but either way, the easy music and remote pool make GO pool a great place to relax and catch some sun, maybe even take a snooze as you let the soothing sounds of Keith Evan lead you to complete relaxation. You can always spice things up with a few swings around the floating stripper pole to gear up for a Vegas night out!!!

Flamingo Go Pool - timelyons (05/28/2008)
My brother and I went and checked out the Go Pool on our last visit, while there were very few topless goers, it was a great and quiet experience. The bar is within walking distance and the scenery is awesome. We met some very nice people and Nicole the server was Fantastic! I had been to that pool before it was actually a "GO" pool and have always liked it! We will be returning in August and will be checking it out again!

Flamingo GO Pool - Mac Steinway (05/20/2008)
Spent several days at the Fabulous Flamingo GO Pool in Summer '07. Closest I will ever get to a party at the Playboy mansion. A very fun time and the people (both topped and topless) were friendly. Affordable drinks, good music on the PA, and friendly staff. Much more comfortable than the upscale Venus Pool at Caesers. And, you can use the water slide, main pool, and jacuzzi. I can't wait to get back there this summer. Long live the GO Pool!!

Great pool! - brianandliss (05/10/2008)
We spent a couple of days at this pool in late April, and it was really nice. It's small, and if you go early, you can get a nice, padded lounge chair. If you want an adult only, more intimate atmosphere, then this is for you.

- Bethany (05/02/2008)
I went to the Epicurean Fair held at the Flamingo pool area on May 1. The pool area is awesome with mature foliage everywhere. It truly feels lush. When compared to other "cool pools," which only offer protection from the sun if you rent a cabana, I imagine the Flamingo pool area to be much more pleasant in the full heat of summer. Plus, the Flamingos and such are a nice touch.