The Lagoon Pool at Tropicana Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
The Tropicana Resort and Casino features 1,878 rooms and suites overlooking the famous Las Vegas Strip and a five-acre garden and pool area. Garden rooms are located in the low rise buildings surrounding the five acres.
The legendary Tropicana Resort & Casino is conveniently located on the hottest four corners on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. A covered walkway connects the Tropicana to the MGM grand right across the street, while New York, New York and Excalibur casinos border the other three corners. This central Strip location offers guests spectacular views of its glittering neon lights or of the lush, tropical ambiance of our stunning five-acre garden oasis.
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The Lagoon Pool at Tropicana Resort
The 12,000 – square foot Main Pool at the Tropicana is the heartbeat of all the action from April through August, and offers seasonal enjoyment of the Coconut Grove Bar and one of Las Vegas’ Swim-Up Blackjack Games open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. With a stroke of good luck, you could hit it big on the specially designed waterproof tables equipped with heated drop boxes to dry paper money.
Right near the Swim-Up Bar, sliding glass doors partition off a sparkling 1,500 – square foot heated indoor pool – one of the only indoor pools in Vegas open year round! Any time of the year you can slip on your bathing suit, dive in and make a splash surrounded by lush tropical garden views – the ultimate year-round enjoyment!
The beautiful Lagoon Pool for adults only is located just 15 feet from the Main Pool. If you want to get away from the pool crowds, the Garden Pool located between the Garden Room wings on the north side of the hotel is also open seasonally.
Three relaxing outdoor spas offer the perfect place to melt away your cares and drink in the magnificent scenery. Five ponds and lagoons add to the island atmosphere, while over 60 varieties of trees, ground cover, foliage and flowers create explosions of color.