Mandalay Bay Pool Details and Guide

Mandalay Bay Pool is synonymous with the Las Vegas pool scene.

It’s one of the top pools on the strip to visit while in town and offers everything from live entertainment to the Mandalay Bay Wave Pool, Lazy River, a private European bathing area, and a beachside casino.

Whether you’re a Vegas regular or someone visiting the city for the first time, you’ll want to head to the Mandalay Bay Resort Pool during summertime. Below, you’ll find a guide featuring Mandalay Pool details so you can have an enjoyable trip to the pool.

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Mandalay Bay Wave Pool in Las Vegas

Pool Overview

There are four areas of pools that stretch out over the Mandalay Bay pool complex, which spans 11 acres. These areas include the Beach & Wave Pool, Lazy River, the Pools, and Moorea Beach Club. Each area offers a different vibe and fun activities for all.

Beach & Wave Pool

The beach offers an area for kids to play in real sand (2,700 tons). It leads right up to the wave pool, which holds 1.6 million gallons of water. The waves come randomly and can even reach six feet in height.

Live music plays on the beach’s stage during the summer, making it a fun spot for families to hang out and enjoy the waves.

Near the sandy beach, you’ll find a taco shack serving casual eats that are great for kids and adults.

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Lazy River

The Lazy River runs for ¼ mile and offers guests the chance to lounge in an inner tube as you slowly flow down the river. Alongside the Lazy River, you’ll find palm trees, waterfalls, and brightly-colored tropical flowers to make you feel like you’re in a tropical oasis. You can ride the Lazy River with or without a raft.

Delano Beach Club & Lagoons

There are three pools within this area that guests can enjoy – one at the Delano Beach Club, an East Lagoon, and a West Lagoon. The lagoons offer a peaceful respite and have the most cabanas and seating options. They’re typical hotel pools that make it easy for guests to dip in the pool and cool off between sunbathing.

The Delano Beach Club is an area nearby the Delano Hotel. The whole Mandalay Beach area is shared between the Delano Hotel and Mandalay Bay.

Here, guests can enjoy a more upscale-feeling atmosphere with a separate restaurant and bar. It’s a smaller pool than others in Mandalay Bay, though it still offers a pleasant, tranquil environment.

Nearby the Delano Beach Club is the Beach Bar and Grill. This eatery offers snacks and drinks. You can also order meals here, and the staff will bring them to your cabana.

Between the lagoons, you’ll find the Bikini Bar. This bar offers fun cocktails to help you stay cool during a visit to Mandalay Bay.

Moorea Beach Club & Daylight Beach Club

Moorea Beach Club is an adults-only area featuring a European dress code. Guests must be 21+ to enter this area. It’s found on the second level of the beach tower and is often combined with the Daylight Beach Club.

The Daylight Beach Club features DJs, live music, and a party atmosphere. This Vegas day club covers a 50,000-foot area and includes private pools for cabana guests and a large main pool.

Mandalay Pool Hours

All pools are open Monday through Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm during the summer. Daylight Beach is the exception, as it’s also open from 9 pm until close Friday and Saturday nights in the summertime. In the wintertime, the pool hours vary based on the pool of choice. Below are the winter hours (October – March).

Wave Pool, Lazy River, and the Beach (Main Pool Area)

Closed Monday through Thursday. Open Friday to Sunday: 9 am – 5 pm.

Lagoons and Delano Beach Club

Open Monday through Thursday 9 am – 5 pm. Closed on weekends.

Moorea Beach Club

Closed during the winter.

Lazy River and Wave Pool Details

The Lazy River is one of only a few lazy rivers found at Las Vegas hotels. Guests can rent or bring their own inner tubes to ride the lazy river. As you travel on the Lazy River, waterfalls will splash you and help you stay cool.

The Wave Pool is great for kids and adults. There is a minimum of a 48” height to enjoy the wave pool.

Cabanas Info and Pricing

Nearby each pool, there’s plenty of seating that guests can reserve. Below are details on each and typical pricing.

  • Beach Cabana: Choose from one of three beach cabanas near the wave pool. These lovely cabanas offer excellent views and typically cost $1025 for a weekend rental.
  • Beach Bungalow: These bungalows are found underneath the Moorea Beach Club area and offer guests a respite in a hard-walled spot. Bungalows are typically $925 on Saturdays.
  • Beach Daybed: $300+
  • Beach Reserved Seating: The reserved seating at the beach is the most affordable option with a $110 per chair rental. Enjoy a spot nearby the pool on a comfy chaise lounge.
  • Lazy River Cabana: $500+ The Lazy River Cabanas offer a more private experience near the Lazy River. Each cabana costs $650.
  • Lazy River Daybed: Right at the edge of the Lazy River are three comfortable day beds for $500+.
  • Right at the edge of the Lazy River are three comfortable day beds that you can rent for $625.
  • East & West Lagoon Cabanas: $500+

Location Within Casino

You can reach Mandalay Beach by entering the lobby (off S Las Vegas Blvd.) and riding the elevator to the beach level. From here, make a right and continue toward Mandalay Spa. Then, exit and follow signs pointing toward Mandalay Bay Beach.

You’ll find the entrance to the pool area on the right.  

While visiting Las Vegas in the summertime, Mandalay Bay is one of the top places to cool off. This beach area has it all, from exciting live music to kid-friendly areas and private adults-only sections. If you’re planning to visit Las Vegas, add Mandalay Bay Beach to your itinerary.