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3 Las Vegas Hyatt Operated Hotel Pool Overviews

Last Updated on 01/05/2024 by Mike Waldron

Until recently Hyatt Hotels was down to just 2 hotels operating in the Las Vegas Area. Now that they are the new operators of the formerly Caesars run Rio Resort, they have dramatically increased their Las Vegas presence. You will find information on all remaining Caesars’ hotel pools in my recent blog by clicking the link.

Although Hyatt Hotels has begun a multi-million dollar renovation and rebranding campaign on their new property, no clear information has been made available on any planned pool deck changes.

When providing the overview and link to the Rio pool in this post, I will be relying on my experiences from my last few visits to his resort in the Summer of 2023. I will be updating all of my information on the Rio pools as soon as that information is made available or upon my return to the Rio pools in the Spring of 2024.

For additional information on any of the following pools, simply click the link and it will take you to a dedicated post on that particular pool.

Although Hyatt and MGM Resorts no longer have a business partnership, you may still want to have a quick overview of all Las Vegas MGM property pools. You will find a link to this blog here.

1) Rio

Lady sitting on a lounger by one of the pools.
Photo by Mike Waldron

The Rio pool is open seasonally, typically from mid-March until mid-October. As the Rio has recently changed management, please check with the hotel directly for exact opening date in 2024.

Pool is restricted to hotel guests and for those non-guests opting for reserved seating. Reserved seating included daybed and cabana rentals.

There is one adult-only pool at this location. Lifeguards are on duty at all pools.

Poolside food and drink service is available with elevated service for those guests with reserved seating. Outside food and drinks are prohibited.

Hotel Contact Information

2) Hyatt Place Las Vegas at Silverton Village

Hotel pool in the background with comfortable looking sitting area in the foreground.
Photo courtesy of Hyatt Place.

The pool operates year-round, weather permitting.

The pool is restricted to current hotel guests only.

There is one outdoor heated pool available for guests of all ages. There is no lifeguard on duty. There is no adult-only pool at this location.

Complimentary loungers, many with sun umbrellas, are available. There are no reserved seating options available.

There is no poolside food and drink service available, however, outside food and drinks are permitted in the pool area. Glass containers are prohibited.

Hotel Contact Information

3) Hyatt Place Las Vegas

Hotel pool in the center of the picture with landscaping in the foreground and the hotel building in the background.
Photo courtesy of Hyatt Place

The pool operates year-round, weather permitting.

The pool is for the exclusive use of hotel guests only.

The one outdoor pool is heated and is family friendly. There is no adult-only pool at this location. There is no lifeguard on duty

Complimentary loungers are available on a first come basis, There are no reserved seating options available at this resort.

There is no food or drink service available poolside, however, you are welcome to bring in your own food and drinks. Glass containers are prohibited.

Hotel Contact Information

Mike Waldron

Mike has been visiting Las Vegas since 1969, and was married in Vegas in 2013. His decades of first hand experiences in the city help him to create original articles. The goal of his articles is to provide accurate information with actionable tips.

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