Ultimate Guide to Circa’s Stadium Swim

No matter the reason or the season, Circa’s Stadium Swim is always a good idea. Open 365 days a year, the aptly-named Stadium Swim is an arena-sized oasis in the Las Vegas desert. If you’re looking to take a dip — or lounge poolside while watching a game on Stadium Swim’s giant screen — here’s what you should know.

 

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It’s The Ultimate Game-Day Experience

Game day pool parties will never be the same once you watch one at Stadium Swim. The LED screen is 40-feet tall, stretches 143-feet diagonally and boasts 14 million megapixels. If you visit when the Vegas Golden Knights are playing an away game, you might even catch the VGK mascot, Chance, and the Vegas Vivas cheerleaders leading the festivities. It’s the next best thing to watching a game in-person. Well, maybe it’s even better. Sports arenas don’t have six temperature-controlled swimming pools, do they?

Sun or Shade? The Choice is Yours

With 337 chaise lounges spread across the 4,000 capacity, multi-level amphitheater, you’ve got plenty of options to soak up the sun. There isn’t a bad seat in the house. But if you want to escape the crowd, duck into one of 30 cabanas or rent a daybed for some shade and privacy. Each cabana comes with a couch, lounge chair, 65-inch TV, cabinet and a safe. Got a bigger crew? Book two side-by-side.

 

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Come Hungry — and Thirsty!

Stadium Swim offers more than your standard poolside fare, serving a variety of elevated bites such as lobster corndogs with yuzu dipping sauce, gourmet grazing boards, Impossible sliders and the Stadium Dog (quarter-pound wagyu hot dog on a toasted brioche bun), among others. On the drink menu, you can get everything from a magnum of Don Julio 1942 and cases of beer to signature creations like the Full Circa made with Toki Japanese whiskey, white peach syrup and RIPE lemon sour. There’s also frozen cocktails to cool you down and energy drinks to pick you right back up.

There’s Always a Bumpin’ Soundtrack

What’s a pool party without a little oontz oontz? Whenever you’re there, a variety of Las Vegas are controlling the vibes, with dance music blasting all day and night long.

Leave the Kids at Home

Circa is an adults-only resort. So, call a babysitter and have some grown-up fun.

 

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