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Considering the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis consists of six outdoor pools, you can be sure to find plenty of amenities when you’re catching some rays during your stay at The Laurel Collection by Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Whether you opt for the iconic Temple Pool, which is surrounded by five cabanas and 17 daybeds, or the Jupiter Pool, which sports five cabanas, eight daybeds and three scoop daybeds, you’ll be covered when it comes to lounging at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel.
Head to the Fortuna Pool for some swim-up blackjack, food and the Sun Lounge, which serves martinis and even a Scotch tasting menu. The Apollo Pool is the place to be when you’re looking to worship the sun — it’s positioned at the southwest corridor of the complex for max sun exposure — and you’ll find five cabanas, seven canopied daybeds and plenty of chaise lounges.
When you’re looking to party, head to the Neptune Pool or the Venus Pool. The Neptune is known as the social hub with eight cabanas, 24 daybeds and plenty of lounge chairs. As for the Venus Pool, this is the pool party you want to be at. It’s a European-style retreat that sports classy amenities such as high-end food and beverage choices — think margarita and mojito carts — and plenty of cabanas, chaise lounges and daybeds. While the amenities are fantastic at the Venus Pool, they come with a price ($20 for men and $10 for ladies Sunday through Thursday; $30 for men and $20 for ladies Friday and Saturday).