Published on Nov 15, 2017
In this video I go to the wave pool at Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, in early November 2017, just days before the hotel closes down the pool for the winter season.
The weather is beautiful, warm enough to go swimming, but not too hot.
There were no concerts going on so the atmosphere was pretty laid back, so it was not a huge party scene (like Daylight Beach Club) in the fall as we are about to go into December, and then into 2018.
Mandalay Bay Beach has several pools available for hotel guests.
They have Moorea Pool, which is a topless (toptional) pool during the summer time and warmer months (May, June, July, August, September), but becomes a standard pool as the weather cools down into October and November.
There is also the East Lagoon Pool, The West Lagoon Pool and a Lazy River Pool.
The Delano Pool next door is only for Delano guests. However, if you are staying at the Delano Hotel then you do have access to the Mandalay Bay Beach Pools as well.
If you would like to rent a more permanent location to buy drinks, get a massage from a therapist on site, food, bottle service, etc. then the pool does have cabanas, bungalows and gazebos available.
Prices are based on location and day of the week.
During the warmer months the pool hours are from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
When the weather begins to cool off then the hours of operation are from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
If you want food then there is a beach bar and grill available as well as a bikini bar.
You can shop at Pearl Moon or Jungle Juice by the pool. I didn’t see any specific signs posted about pool rules or pool dress code, but just use your own good judgement and you should be fine.
I read online that the cover charge to get into the pool is $15 for locals and $20 for non guests without a Nevada ID.