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Can’t decide on which hotel to stay at when visiting Las Vegas? Well, you’re in luck because many offer day passes for non-guests to enjoy all the fun and amenities without staying overnight. From pool access for fun in the sun to napping in a dayroom to escape the heat, you’ll get to experience the best that Vegas has to offer—all in the same trip.

Check out the best Vegas hotels for day passes and how you can make the most of your time. 

Caesars Palace

Spend the day at one of the Strip’s most iconic hotels. Caesars Palace invites all for a royal day enjoying water fun, relaxation, and much more.

The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis is a heavenly retreat. Lounge in luxury poolside cabanas or cool off in one of six pools—including the kid-friendly Jupiter Pool. Passes are also available to access the Qua Baths and Spa and fitness center. Soak in the stately Roman Baths before your private massage session fit for royalty. 

Admission fees vary from $20-$65.

Planet Hollywood

A day pass at Planet Hollywood launches you right into the action. This day pass gives non-guests access to the rooftop pool areas and other activities for a day of water fun.

Bring your swim trucks and sunscreen because things will heat up at the Planet Hollywood pool. Rent a cabana and order poolside drinks, vibe to live DJs spinning chart-topping singles, or drop by on Saturday for the Miss Pleasure Pool Bikini Contest. For even more adrenaline rush, surf the artificial waves at the FlowRider Wave Machine.

Admission fee from $20.

Treasure Island

X marks the spot on your GPS pointing you to Treasure Island when searching for the best day-use hotels in Las Vegas. It gives visitors the complete guest experience with dayrooms and full access to amenities.

Use the dayrooms to snag a deal on one of the best rooms in the hotel, like the Strip View room with panoramic views down Las Vegas Boulevard or the Tower Suite. Indulge with a cabana rental at the pool, where bartenders at the Island Pub & Pool Bar deliver cocktails right to you.

Reservations available from 1am-11am starting at $200.


Those shimmering pink feathers atop the Flamingo Hotel are reminiscent of classic Vegas. However, you can have a day of modern Vegas excitement at the pools. The Flamingo has an outdoor Beach Club space for anyone 21+ to enjoy swimming, drinks, and entertainment.

Hang out at Go Pool in a shady cabana or sunbathe in the poolside daybeds. Keep cool sipping boozy drinks from Beach Club Cafe, or splurge on yourself with the Millionaire Mimosa.

Admission from $10.


Plan an elegant day at the Bellagio with day use of some of its best facilities. You’ll feel like a guest for a day, enjoying many of the same amenities that hotel guests pay their resort fee to access. 

 The decorative Mediterranean Pool showcases Italian flair. It is open to non-guests, with cabanas available for rent with drink service. The Bellagio Spa & Salon also gives day-use access to all its services—massage sessions, a sauna, a steam room, whirlpools, and a barbershop. The spa even has lockers to store your day bag.

Admission from $100.

The D Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas has plenty to see and do, regardless if it’s the middle of the day or the exhilarating nightlife. The D Las Vegas is one of the popular hotels on Fremont Street that lets you be a part of the downtown excitement for the day. It offers dayrooms—and all of its guest amenities included!

Get a dayroom to drop your bags, freshen up, then get dressed to check out the Fremont Street Experience. Dayroom guests can use the hotel fitness center, business center, and pool.

Reservations available from 1am-11am or 4pm-11:45pm starting at $46.


Outside guests are always welcome at The Cosmopolitan. It opens its Pool district up to non-guests in addition to spa access. Swim with views of The Strip at the Boulevard Pool or retreat to the secluded comforts of the Chelsea Pool.

The onsite Sahra Spa has day usage passes available at the spa concierge. These passes give access to the spa and fitness center. Day usage requires reserving a spa treatment session.

Pool admission fee starts at $20 per person. Spa access starts at $100 per person.

The Mirage

Believe your eyes because day passes to The Mirage are real. Its European ambiance makes it one of the favorite pools on the Strip. And a day pass is your ticket to the lively pool area and tranquil spa setting.

The Bare Pool Lounge is an adult-only seasonal pool equipped with private cabanas and live DJ entertainment. The Spa at The Mirage also has day passes to access facilities like a steam room, hot tub, and sauna.

The Mirage will soon rebrand as a Hard Rock International property, so day usage may change.

Day use rates start at $30.

MGM Resorts

If you want something to do during the week, get a day pass to the MGM Grand Pool Complex. The 6.5-acre space has five pools, with some areas accessible even for non-guests.

MGM Grand has day passes available Monday-Thursday. The pool deck is an excellent place to socialize, pose for photos on the photo-genic walking bridges, or rent a raft to cruise down the quarter-mile-long lazy river. There are also cabanas available for rent.

Private cabanas start at $300 per day.


Day use of Aria Resort’s facilities is all about relaxation. Much needed after a long session at the casino, it opens the doors to the spa for everyone.

Day passes to The Spa include access to the outdoor therapy pool, fitness center, Fireside Lounge, and more. Rejuvenate yourself on the Ganbanyoku Heated Stone Bed or meditate in the Shio Salt Room. 

Admission fee from $40. Day passes are available for ARIA, Waldorf, and Vdara guests. Other hotel guests must reserve a spa treatment to get access to the facilities.

Las Vegas has several options for day passes—access to pool areas, spa visits, and even dayrooms. It gives visitors more options for where to spend the day while experiencing what makes each hotel unique. While the day passes are a sneak peek at what you can get as a hotel guest, it’s always good to get an idea of where to stay on your next visit to Las Vegas.