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Fontainebleau Las Vegas Pool: Season, Hours, Prices & More

Last Updated on 06/19/2024 by Mike Waldron

The Oasis Pool Decks’ 2024 season opening will take place on Monday, March 4, 2024.

  • Location: 2777 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109   
  • Phone: 1-833-702-7070

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Pool Season

The Oasis Pool Deck will kick off its 2024 pool season on Monday, March 4, 2024, weather permitting. The originally scheduled date of Friday, March 1 was postponed as high winds prevented the pool from opening as scheduled.

Pool Hours

The pools will be open daily from 8:00 am until 7:00 pm.

Pool Access

Pool access will be complimentary for registered hotel guests. Pool Day Passes will be available for non-hotel guests. Day Pass price information has not yet been made available. Day Passes are currently not available.

Pool Vibe

Each of the seven pools will have a unique vibe.

Although there are still many details about the Oasis Pool Deck which have not been released, we do know that the pool experience will be upscale and sophisticated. It will be interesting to see what impact this new Las Vegas player will have on the more established upscale Vegas pool decks.

Below I have included links to information on the four established pool decks that I believe will be most impacted by the new Las Vegas Fontainebleau Oasis Pool Deck. Based on their proximity to the new Fontainebleau and their existing level of services and amenities.

Or you can check out my comparison blog comparing the Fontainebleau to 5 Mid-Strip pool decks. These include: the Bellagio, Aria, Cosmopolitan, Caesars Palace and the Hard Rock.

Pool Location

Hotel directory showing the pool deck is on the 3rd floor.
Photo by Mike Waldron

As indicated in the hotel directory, the Oasis Pool Deck is located on the third floor of the resort, along with some meeting rooms and the conference center.

Oasis Pool

Oasis Pool is the main pool at the Fontainebleau resort. This is where mid-century Miami adds a playful touch of sophistication to having fun in the sun. Fontainebleau is teasing us by letting us know that the Oasis Pool will be open through sunset, when we will enjoy immersive experiences that will transport us to another era. I will update this post with additional information as soon as it is available.

LIV Beach

Las Vegas LIV Beach pool with large LIV letters ona large purple backdrop.
courtesy of Fontainebleau Las Vegas

LIV Beach is the Adult Only Day Club. Fontainebleau’s LIV Beach has been designed to be reminiscent of the French Riviera. This stunning environment features bumping beats and flowing cocktails.

La Mer Pool

La Mer Pool is designed to help you relax the day away. You may opt to enjoy a well-appointed pink-and-white striped cabana while you watch the tropical palm trees sway. Enjoy a signature cocktail or perhaps a premium made-to-order smoothie.

Legacy Pool

VIP Legacy pool with four bright blue cushioned chairs around an eloquent white table.
courtesy of Fontainebleau Las Vegas

If you are a Fontainebleau VIP guest you may choose to enjoy the world-class comfort which is provided at the exclusive Legacy Pool. Dedicated cabana butlers will take care of your every need while you enjoy this secluded experience. Whether it is taking care of your dinner reservations or arranging an in-cabana massage, you will be receiving world-class service.

Gigi’s

courtesy of Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Enjoy the global influences which contribute to creating Gigi’s poolside oasis. Relax in the midst of exotic lanterns and vibrant textiles. An oasis like no other in Las Vegas. Global influences do not stop at the decor tho. Enjoy international flavors such as Moroccan mint tea service while listening to tropical electronic beats. During special events, you will have the opportunity to enjoy Gigi’s Pool at night, complete with tents and telescopes.

Loungers

Complimentary loungers will be available on a first come basis. As there are over 3,000 guest rooms at the hotel, these are likely to fill up early, particularly, on weekends and holidays. To ensure you and your group members are able to lounge together, you may want to consider purchasing some form of reserved seating.

Reserved Seating

Reserved seating options including daybeds and cabanas are available. Pricing information has not been published to date. I did, however, contact the concierge desk on March 3, and was provided the following information for reserved seating for Saturday, March 9, 2024.

Sample Reserved Seating Pricing

Seating TypeCapacityRental
Fee
Floating Daybed4$250.00
Daybed4$800.00
Standard Cabana15$1,000.00
Legacy Private
Cabana
12$1,500.00
Legacy Private
King Cabana
20$2,000.00
pricing may vary

I was told that these prices are likely to fluctuate as they are still working on finalizing their pricing structure. My goal here is to at least give some initial information on reserved seating pricing. I will update this post with additional information once it is available.

These prices are rental fees only. Cabana guests will receive complimentary Fiji waters and a fruit plate, but all other food and beverages will be charged in addition to the rental fee.

Information comparing Oasis’s reserved seating options to 6 MGM South Strip resorts can be found at the link provided.

Food and Drink Service.

Food and drink service will be available from a variety of sources.

Bleau Isle

Tall white archways lead into the center of Bleau Isle. White seating can be seen along with daybeds in the shallow water.
courtesy of Fontainebleau Las Vegas

Located at the main Oasis Pool, Bleau Isle is a high energy bar which features beats from local DJ’s and is designed to be a major party spot. Enjoy drinks by the pitcher and all your favorite frozen drinks. Food menu items ordered from the Bleau Isle will be fulfilled thru La Cote.

La Côte

La Cote restaurant is located poolside by the Oasis Pool. Here you will enjoy the flavors enjoyed in the South of France. These flavors are not limited to the food menu items, as you may choose to enjoy a Piscine – a special “pool” filled with decadent fruit and the perfect rosé. This Mediterranean themed restaurant is effortlessly chic and will surely be a very popular poolside experience.

We do not have access to the Las Vegas La Cote food and beverage selection, but we can gain some insight as to what to expect by looking at the Miam La Cote menus. Both of these restaurants have the consistent South of France vibe so I believe their menus will be somewhat similar.

Below I have highlighted popular food and beverage items from the Miami La Cote. Please use this information as a guide only as to what we might expect to see at the Las Vegas location. As markets differ, pricing and selection may be quite varied.

Popular La Côte Food Menu Items

CRISPY CALAMARI– Maras Chilli, roasted Garlic Aioli$23.00
GRILLED SPANISH OCTOPUS– Chickpea Masabacha, Housemade Chorizo$26.00
MEDITERRANEAN SALAD– Persian Cucumber, Za’atar, Goat’s Milk Feta$24.00
LA CÔTE BURGER– Garlic Toum, manchego, tomato jam, sesame brioche$29.00
WILD JUMBO SHRIMP KEBAB– Arabian XO, Green Tomato Ezme$46.00
WHOLE MAINE LOBSTER$95.00
FRESH FUSSILI PASTA– Basil Pesto, Creamy Burrata
$24.00
PRIME RIB BEEF KEBAB– Spicy Shatta, Fragrant Rice Pilaf, Persian Yogurt$48.00
selection and prices may vary

Popular La Côte Drink Menu Items

CHANDON GARDEN SPRITZ– Sparkling Wine, Orange Apple, Citrus Peel, Pear16oz $21.0020oz $24.00Pitcher $80.00
Cucumber Gin– Hendrick’s Gin, St~Germain, Cucumber, Fresh Lemon16oz $21.0020oz $24.00Pitcher $80.00
GARDEN OF EDEN– Bacardi, Luxardo Liquor, Lime Juice, Passion Fruit Purée Simple Syrup16oz $21.0020oz $24.00Pitcher $80.00
Imported Beer$9.00—–—–
PASSION FRUIT SANGRIA– White Wine, Chinola St-Germain$14.00—–—–
Côte D’AZUR– Botanist Gin, Grapefruit, Butterfly Pea Tea$25.00—–—–
STRAWBERRY DAIQUIRI16oz $21.0020oz $24.00—–
PIÑA COLADA16oz $21.0020oz $24.00—–
selection and prices may vary

For more information, here is a link to the complete Miami La Côte Menus.

FB Slim’s

If you are looking for a charming tucked-away bar, then look no further than FB Slim’s. This hidden gem of a bar is tucked away off of the Oasis Pool deck. Enjoy the 1950’s glam and fantastic booze cart.

Outside Food and Drinks

Outside food and beverages will not be permitted.

Bleautopia

Surrounding the pool deck you will find Bleautopia. Here you can enjoy some friendly competition playing some thro-back games such as croquet or the French-favorite petanque. Enjoy your time here knowing that any food or drink desires can easily be fulfilled through convenient mobile ordering.

Hotel Resort Fees

A daily resort fee of $45.00 will be charged for the use of hotel amenities, including the pools.

Lifeguard

Lifeguards will be on duty.

Number of Pools

There are seven pools which make up the Fontainebleau pool experience.

Heated / Unheated

The pools are heated.

Number of Jacuzzis

There are multiple hot tubs at this resort.

Wheelchair Access

Pool decks are wheelchair accessible. Mobility lifts will be available.

Pool Towels

Complimentary pool towels are available.

Pool Deck Showers

Pool deck showers are available.

Pool Deck Washrooms/Changerooms

Pool deck restrooms/changerooms are available.

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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