MGM Resorts — A Pool Experience for Every Taste

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Aria pool deck.
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In Las Vegas, MGM Resorts offer aquatic playgrounds for every taste, whether your client is looking for some R&R in a Mediterranean-inspired oasis or wanting to dig their toes into a white-sand beach as they soak in the desert sun. Here’s the 4-1-1 on five poolside experiences you’ll want to let your clients in on.

Mandalay Bay—Life’s a Beach
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino takes the Las Vegas pool scene up a notch, featuring a veritable white-sand beach in the middle of the desert. With its 1.6-million-gallon wave pool, lazy river and multiple lagoons, the 11-acre Mandalay Bay Beach invites guests to dive right into the fun of soaking in the sun. At this aquatic playground, your clients can while away the day in one of many cabana categories, including the 168-sq.-ft., 12-person Beach Bungalow, the resort’s premium beachside rental located on the beach below Moorea Beach Club. That beach club, by the way, is the “it” place for your most sophisticated clients, with fantastic views of the beach, cushioned chaise lounges and a heated pool as well as daybeds, cabanas and pavilions.

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Mandalay Bay Beach.

MGM Grand—Poolside Bliss
At MGM Grand, there are 6.5 acres of pure poolside bliss awaiting your clients. Here, they’ll find four pools, three whirlpools, cascading waterfalls and lots of goodies such as the Cabana Grill, where summer fresh signature dishes are on the menu. The star attraction, though? The resort’s famous 1,000-ft. lazy river, which invites your clients to grab a tube and float the day away. And when the time calls for just sitting back and opting for some people-watching, the pool’s 8-person cabanas are waiting with flat-screen TVs, personalized bottle and food service, and head-turning views. Or why not recommend the ultimate in poolside luxe—a massage treatment.

Bellagio—Mediterranean-style Haven
With its azure waters, courtyard setting, towering topiaries, water fountains and garden vista cafe, Bellagio’s Mediterranean-inspired pool deck is ideal for clients looking for true R&R in a luxurious setting. It’s been said to be Las Vegas’ most inviting pool area, and who’s to disagree? With its five pools and array of poolside seating options, Bellagio rolls out the red carpet for guests seeking a heavenly pool experience. The poolside lavish cabanas come with two to four lounge chairs on a private patio, HDTV, interior settee, a snack basket, and, of course, a personal cabana host. And while the Cypress Premier lounges also come with a personal host, these poolside havens are secreted away among verdant foliage as part of an intimate, private garden. Oh, and while embraced by a beautiful setting, your clients can opt for a massage treatment, because why not?

ARIA—Sun-splashed Indulgence
Where else but in Las Vegas can one find not one, not two, but three ellipse-shaped pools? Tell your clients to head on over to chic ARIA, home to a 215,000-sq.-ft. pool deck with three uniquely shaped pools, including an adults-only pool area. For the ultimate indulgence, recommend the Sky Pool area, with its personalized services and sumptuous amenities. That adults-only hideaway, though, seems to be the place to be—ARIA’s famed 16,000-sq.-ft. LIQUID Pool Lounge day club features dipping pools, refreshing cocktails and delicious food offerings. Here, where people-watching is de rigueur, guests can sink into one of LIQUID’s eight secluded cabanas or lounge about on one of the daybeds that line the 1,200-sq.-ft. main pool.

Park MGM—Paradise Calling
For clients who don’t like to skimp on their Las Vegas experience, recommend Park MGM’s pool deck, featuring three pools, craft cocktails and an array of comfy lounging options. Shaded by palms and striped mint-hued umbrellas, this trendy pool complex offers the ultimate in poolside partying—a pool for every mood. The North Pool, the largest, is for your social butterflies, while the East Pool offers a more exclusive vibe, including its own VIP section. Tell foodies, though, to head to the South Pool, where they’ll have easy access to sophisticated pool fare. And for those who want a spot of their own under the sun, there’s the Park Bungalow, with space for up to 20. Or maybe your clients want a more intimate experience as they enjoy Las Vegas’ sun-kissed days…for that, there are the Park Daybeds and the Pod Daybeds, as well as, of course, the must-have cabanas.

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