Pool á Paris: Paris Las Vegas Pool Hours, Prices 2022

Pool á Paris, formerly known as the Paris Soleil Pool, is a 2-acre pool under the 540-foot replica of the Eiffel Tower. It is located in Paris Las Vegas and boasts impeccable views of the Las Vegas Strip and brings a unique Strip-center experience to Caesars Entertainment resorts guests.

Even though the Risqué de Paris and Eiffel Tower replica is the main attraction in this Paris theme hotel and resort, multiple entrances to the venue give you quick access to the gaming floors and notable restaurants like Jean Joho, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, and Mon Ami Gabi.

Read on to get to know how much you get charged for entering the pool area, how to access food and drinks, and the seasons & hours of opening.

Overview of Pool á Paris

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  • Address: 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Phone: 702 946 3396

The pool in Paris Las Vegas is strategically positioned between the Eiffel Tower replica, the Vegas Strip, and the two-thirds size replica of Le Fontaine des Mers, Arc de Triomphe. The Parisian Garden style pool covers about 2-acres of the hotel & casino and is accessible through the second floor of the building.

You can also get to the venue via an entrance to the rooftop section. A promenade links Paris Las Vegas to Bally’s Las Vegas, which makes it easier for Bally’s guests to access the pool. In fact, if the Blu Pool at Bally’s Vegas is closed or full, then hotel guests are allowed to move into the pool á Paris. The promenade also links the Las Vegas Monorail to Bally at the Paris plus Bally station, hence a great stopping place for those looking for a visit.

Ivy-lined pergolas and white platers decorate the manicured French garden for a more cool and calm swimming experience. Guests of all ages are allowed in the pool area, and you won’t have a problem with noise or large parties as this is a family-friendly pool. Keep in mind that the pool’s maximum depth is four feet, which may be deeper or shorter for some guests. Moreover, you can enter the Pool in Paris Las Vegas with an animal, so long as it is a registered service animal.

The octagon-shaped pool á Paris has frequent events, offers, and deals for those interested. Live DJ music is played from May to September between 12 pm and 6 pm every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Fridays to Sundays have the weekend offer where you can reserve a premium or regular cabana for up to 20% discounts on services from Voie Spa & Salon.

Outside food and drinks are strictly prohibited, and your luggage will be checked at the entrances, especially during the weekends. However, you are allowed to bring in some foods from outside so long as it is from one of the Paris Las Vegas restaurants, bars, or stores.

Quick Tip: If you want to get cheap canned or bottled drinks, then visit retail shops near the entrance.

Pool á Paris: Hours and Seasons of Operation

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The pool at Paris Las Vegas is heated, which means it is open throughout the year but may close at the management’s discretion depending on the roughness of whether (especially between November and March) or other emergent situations.

During normal days the pool is open from Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. However, seeing the pool open till 6 pm on hot summer weekends is not odd.

Paris Las Vegas Pool: Charges and Rates on Cabanas, Villas, Amenities, etc

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One important detail to remember when visiting the Paris Las Vegas pool is that it is only open to Caesars Entertainment resorts guests only. And you will need to have your room key (Paris’s guests as well as non-Paris Vegas guests) with you to enter the area; only four guests are allowed per room key.

Guests and Caesars Entertainment resort guests are not charged any pool admission fees. Admission into the pool comes with free towels, and that is all for complimentary amenities. The lounge chairs, daybeds, villas, and food are charged at various costs.

The costliest options are the premium French villas and regular French cabanas. Villas start from $250 on weekdays and go to $500 on weekends. The French cabanas start from $250 on weekdays and go up to $600 on weekends for premium cabanas and $400 for regular cabanas.

Romantic French cabana offers:

  • Accommodation of up to 6 guests
  • Dinette set
  • Two lounge chairs
  • Fridge
  • Fan for cooling (overhead)
  • Couch
  • 42” TV
  • Pool host
  • Cocktail waitress at your service the entire day

French premium villas offer:

  • Accommodation of up to 6 guests
  • Dinette set
  • Four lounge chaises
  • Fridge
  • Fan for cooling (overhead)
  • Couch
  • 42” TV
  • Pool host
  • Cocktail waitress at your service the entire day

Daybeds, on the other hand, come in Luxe and Lounge types. Lounge depends on range from $50 – $175, Luxe daybeds from $75 to $150. The two vary only in size as the lounge is for two people and the luxe daybeds are for four guests.

Reservations for the seating areas are made online through this link. It is important to keep in mind that non-paid bookings are only held till 12 pm, and pre-paid ones can be held all day. The seating areas are only given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reserve early as there are only eight villas, 18 cabanas, and 25 daybeds in the entire two-acre pool.

In case you want food, then all you have to do is to order from the Paris Las Vegas restaurants using the Caesars Eats app. food is delivered directly to your designated lounging area. There is also food from the diner section of the pool with sandwiches, salads, and snacks. Options are limited, but the ham + cheese or Turkey, Bacon + Cheddar sandwiches are worth checking out.

The pool bar provides exciting drink options, from bottle service to shareable cocktails. VIP bottle service comes with three mixers, ice refreshers, garnishes, fresh fruit, and private cocktail service; charges start at $300 for regular whiskeys like fireball cinnamon and go up to $700 for premium tequilas like Don Juli0 1942.

Tip: Remember to use your Caesars Rewards Club card to earn points. At the moment, you earn 1 Caesars Rewards Credit when you spend an equivalent amount at the pool, including for in-pool services, ordering in from the hotels’ restaurants, or getting a massage from the spa.

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Conclusion

There are other pools on the Las Vegas Strip you may want to check out if you like the concept of pool á Paris’ or looking for high-end pools with great views. Please check out the Boulevard pool at Cosmopolitan, Resorts World pool, Alexandria pool in Sahara Las Vegas, or the Scene Pool Deck at Planet Hollywood.

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