Venus Pool Lounge Cabana Prices & Bottle Service Cost

Las Vegas’ most enchanting summer destination, Venus Pool Lounge (or Venus Pool Club) at Caesars Palace provides a luxurious poolside paradise perfect for sun worshipers 21 and up.

Surrounded by lush greenery and the Romanesque elegance of Caesars Palace, Venus is a European style (topless) pool with posh cabanas, oversized chaise lounges, and an air-conditioned bar with flat screen TVs. As an alternative from the Vegas pool scene, the 10,000-square-foot venue offers an essence of rest and relaxation, while still delivering the best elements of Las Vegas entertainment by providing poolside beats spun daily from resident DJs.

Open seven days a week, on our guest list ladies are always free before 1pm and for the gentlemen we offer reduced cover of only $10-$20, which means it’s relaxation you can indulge in even on a budget. But it wouldn’t be a bad idea to come with a little change to throw around — there’s a fully stocked bar, boasting a pretty mean mojito and poolside dining fare ranges from ahi tuna poke to a lobster ciabattina sandwich. If, in the throes of all this relaxation, you can’t even muster up the energy to apply your own suntan lotion, don’t worry, Venus Pool Club has people that can do that, too. Starting at around $35, suntan lotion application can be done poolside by one of the folks from Qua Baths and Spa. For a little more money, massages and wraps are also available. Although a DJ can sometimes be found spinning from a booth just to the side of the pool, Venus Pool Club isn’t a party. It’s the place to go before the party (OMNIA, inside Caesars is a sister property of Venus) or the place to go the morning after the party. Or, if you do it right, both.

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