When you want to go topless where else would you do it but in Las Vegas! Las Vegas is clearly the place (in the US) where the average person can participate in those things that they would never consider at home. Vegas is predicated on the basic assumption of a re-invention of your personality, if only for a weekend. So, why not include topless sunbathing and introduce yourself to nude lounging at a Las Vegas pool?
Las Vegas topless pools do exist and there is a difference between an adult pool and a topless pool in Las Vegas. "European style sunbathing" or topless pools are getting very popular in Las Vegas. Nude sunbathing is slowly becoming an amenity at many of the luxury Las Vegas Hotels.
Off the strip, The Artisan Hotel, M Resort and Rio all have a spot where you can let the ladies breathe. Policies change depending on the season so it is best to check with individual resorts before you drop your top just to make sure you are not flashing the teenage boys who were keeping an eye on you anyway. There are a few strip clubs that also offer the option of topless sunbathing but that might be a little uncomfortable or at least confusing. Are you paying to go to a strip club or a pool?
at the Venetian is also a place for topless sunbathing on the Las Vegas strip. They now offer Sunset Sundays, which is essentially an early start to the evening at the pool. Imagine a hip nightclub coming to life as a Las Vegas pool that allows topless sun tanning.
Hitting Bare at the Mirage, in the middle of the day I felt like a tycoon, With the VIP service and the exclusive nature of Bare, topless sunbathing takes on a new meaning at the Mirage. This is very upscale nude sunbathing in Las Vegas, bottle service, day beds, and pampering. Bare at the Mirage is similar to a very nice spa and they do an excellent job of making you feel special. My only problem was that I started with a pitcher of Sangria and then switched to the Mojito’s for two rounds. I might have watched the topless sunbathers a bit too much. But, in my defense they noticed my sleek figure first. I hope.
Surprisingly, my wife decided to accompany me to Moorea at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. Essentially, it was like taking my mother to the prom, I was on my best behavior. Located off the Beach at Mandalay Bay, Moorea is the upscale alternative to nude sunbathing in Las Vegas. Topnotch, topless is the best description of the pool area with views of the Beach down below. The area is private by way of frosted glass panes that give the sense of privacy from peeping eyes down below.
After about three hours doing sit-ups I realized I had just enough blood in the vesicles that line my abdomen to walk into Venus at Caesars Palace. You should know that if you could put together the best outdoor nightclub in Las Vegas it would be right at Venus. It's more than a topless, European sunbathing experience. It is Las Vegas nightlife supercharged to fit in in the middle of the day. Yes, there are nude sunbathers but what really is impressive is the great music, the cool yet hip and modern vibe and the attentive service.
Wynn Las Vegas offers a European sunbathing experience as well and all I can tell you is that topless sunbathing is allowed. The pool at Wynn is extravagant and the chances that the nude sunbathing area is just as nice are good. Their website states, The pools are artfully positioned among well manicured gardens. So you get privacy. When I get invited in, I will report on how it compares with the best pools to go topless in Las Vegas.
Sometimes the pools where people keep their clothing on are hotter than those where the tops come off. Las Vegas has redefined the lounge scene by moving it out onto the decks of the lavish swimming pools. You'll get VIP service, dancing, drinking and all the hot and sultry action you have come to expect from Las Vegas nightclubs during the middle of the day while wearing your swimsuit.