Venus Pool Club at Caesars Palace Opens April 20

One of Las Vegas’ most enchanting summer destinations, Venus Pool Club within Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace returns for its fifth season on April 20. Angel Management Group and Caesars Palace are keeping it classy and elegant by bringing back the city’s most sophisticated poolside environment.
The 10,000-square-foot venue of luxury serves up an ultra-high-end food and beverage selection designed to replenish one’s taste buds on a hot summer day. Expert bartenders create the perfect summertime specialty cocktails, such as the Artic Grape Mojito and the Blackberry Thyme Rita, all made with freshest ingredients. Guests also can nibble on light treats from a deliciously colorful fruit salad to a freshly made seafood platter.
With a bevy of beautiful Goddesses roaming throughout, an unparalleled staff provides guests with such amenities as frozen towels, cooling face spritzers and body massages to enthrall the ultimate daytime escape on a blissful summer day.
As an alternative from the chaotic Vegas pool scene, the Venus Pool Club offers an essence of rest and relaxation while still bringing the Las Vegas lifestyle by providing poolside beats spun daily by renowned DJs.
The Venus Pool Club features a secluded European-style retreat captivating the Romanesque of Caesars Palace. The divine dayclub features an Olympic-sized pool and oversized gargoyle statues surrounded by lush greenery, all in the heart of the Garden of Gods Pool Oasis.
The area is equipped with white décor of 11 cabanas, four couches, 14 daybeds and numerous chaise lounge chairs making finding the perfect spot to catch rays, watch people or just take in the lavish surroundings a breeze. Venus Pool Club is open daily from 11 a.m. to dusk. For more information,  call 702.650.5944.

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