Spring Break in Vegas - Best Pools and Nightclubs!

by Pool Builders on 02-19-2010 in Articles

Beyond all the highly publicized glamor and bling of the city, is another side of Las Vegas that captures college students during Spring Break. No, it's not the Fashion Show Mall where fashion shows and designer clothes are a daily commodity. It's not even the luxury boutiques that line the halls of The Bellagio and The Wynn. Although Vegas caters to every level of shopper or fashionista, from college students to hotel heiresses on a splurging spree, the best pools in Las Vegas are what attract almost everyone looking to have a nice dip in the pool during Spring Break.

The Mandalay Bay Pool is breathtaking beautiful and luxuriously appointed. The unparalleled Mandalay Bay pool is the ultimate pool getaway. There are plenty of areas to lounge around. It has the largest wave pool in The Strip and even a topless spot for the daring College students. Because it's the most popular pool along the Strip, it can get crowded and not really that kid-friendly. It's definitely the pool to be when you're aiming to see and meet a lot of people.

Another popular hangout is the swimming pool in the Flamingo. Be prepared to be transported to a tropical paradise without leaving Las Vegas. It has the luxuries of a perfect getaway boasting of 15 acre area with four pools, a few cabanas and a cave to hide yourself from the sun when it gets too hot.

If you want to see and be seen then the Venetian pool is the best place to be. The pool attracts the good-looking people and you can definitely spot a celebrity every now and then. And the service is fast and efficient.

For the best Las Vegas nightclubs, Blush at the Wynn and Tao at the Venetian along the Strip are the most vibrant night time spots. It's 3 am and the music is still pumping. An undulating wall of beautiful people gyrates to the beat. Money and good looks seem to be the key aspects to these clubs. But once you're inside, be sure to be enthralled by the lavish interiors and great vibes.

Of course, knowing where all Las Vegas' top hot spots are is less than half the battle. Getting into them is significantly more challenging, particularly if you are an outsider or a tourist just there for a day. A simple solution is to use your charm and dress and do behave well. Spring Break is the time for fun and camaraderie. Just enjoy the sights, sounds and people and even the most impenetrable events and happening places won't matter anymore.

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