Who wants tan lines? Don’t crawl the clubs with your bathing suit outlined on your skin. Instead, hit up one of the several European pools located throughout Las Vegas. Here are a few that invite guests to go topless poolside:
Moorea – Mandalay Bay:
Separated from Mandalay Bay’s beach area by frosted glass and a hefty walk to the pool, Moorea is an upscale pool with discreet topless tanning. Guests at this pool can see those frolicking on the beach below, but those guests can’t peek into Moorea.
Venus – Caesars Palace:
Unlike many other topless pools in Las Vegas, Venus isn’t just a classy place to sunbathe in the nude. Instead, the main draw to this pool club is the fun vibe, on-the-ball wait staff and music selection. The European pool style just is at Venus; it’s all the other aspects of the club that you’ll notice first.
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Sunset Pool – Wynn Las Vegas:
Located in the main pool area but separated off for privacy, the Sunset Pool is classy and sophisticated. This pool is actually two separate pools connected by a narrow passage; guests must take a private elevator to reach it.
TAO Beach – The Venetian:
TAO Beach is a happening nightclub by night and an adult playground complete with topless tanning during the day. Though also known for its pool party scene, TAO Beach is considered by some to be an exotic oasis on the Las Vegas Strip.
Bare – The Mirage:
One of the more exclusive pools in Las Vegas, Bare is all about the bottle service, VIP attention, day beds and personal attention. This upscale nude sunbathing retreat is definitely more tasteful than tacky.
Beach Club 25 – Stratosphere:
Tucked on one of the top floors of the Stratosphere, this Las Vegas nude pool is much more off the radar than others on the Strip, which means it’s less crowded, pretentious and expensive. As a side bonus, you’ll find a nice view poolside … and not just of topless sunbathers.