Circa Stadium Swim Las Vegas: Menu, Prices & Tips

Stadium Swim is one of the most premium and luxurious pools and sports bars in the world. Located in Las Vegas’ Circa hotel and casino downtown, this is a haven of relaxation, sport, and play.

If you’re looking for a place to soak up the sun without missing the big game, Stadium Swim is the perfect spot for you. With cabanas, daybeds, lounge chairs, and swim-up bars, Stadium Swim at Circa is a great way to enjoy both the sun and sports during your Vegas vacation.

What is Stadium Swim?

What is Stadium Swim
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Stadium Swim can be found at the Circa Hotel, 8 Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, NV 89101. This stunning spot overlooks the dazzling Fremont Street Experience. It’s located on the second level via the long escalator. It’s pretty well signposted from the entrance so we are sure you will find it with ease.

It boasts six pools spread out over two levels and two swim-up bars, all with a vibrant and lively atmosphere. Grab one of 300 chaise lounges, 30-day beds or one of the many luxury cabanas. All these pools are positioned in front of huge 40-foot-tall LED screens, which stretch 143 feet diagonally and boast 14 million megapixels. These expansive screens broadcast the biggest and most popular sporting events of the day.

If you visit Stadium Swim when the Vegas Golden Knights are playing an away game, you might even catch the VGK mascot, Chance, and the Vegas Vivas cheerleaders joining in the party. To keep the party going, local DJs will take over Stadium Swim’s DJ booth with a daily roster of upbeat music. The soundtrack tends to lean more towards upbeat dance tunes to keep the party going 24/7.

If you are a die-hard sports fan and want to concentrate on the game, this may not be the spot for you. This is a fun-loving party spot so people may not be paying full attention to the sport that is appearing on the screens.

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Stadium Swim Pool

Stadium Swim Pool
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The pool at Stadium Swim is a one of a kind, even in Las Vegas where anything goes! Their pool area is essentially a sportsbook with massive screens, stadium-style seating, and swimming pools. Watch the game in the Nevada heat, then jump in the pool to cool off.

The two pools nearest to the tower of the hotel have swim-up bars so you can enjoy your cocktail without even having to get out of the pool.

Designed to be used all year round, the water temperature in their pools ranges from 78 to 94 degrees. Some of the pools can hit 104 degrees during the worst of a Las Vegas winter.

Stadium Swim Seating Area

tadium Swim Seating Area
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Stadium Swim boasts 337 chaise lounges spread across the 4,000-capacity, multi-level amphitheater. It is a little difficult to navigate but there is not a bad seat in the house! If you want some privacy or to indulge even further, head into one of the 30 cabanas or rent a daybed for some shade.

All the cabanas come with a couch, lounge chair, 65-inch TV, cabinet and a safe. Are you with a large group of people? Book two side-by-side.

Lounge chairs will be rented in two- or four-hour increments for $7.50 per hour. Daybeds and cabanas will be sold with a food-and-beverage minimum and can be reserved all day.

Stadium Swing Menu

Stadium Swing Menu
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Stadium Swim’s menu is far more elevated than your basic Vegas poolside fare. They offer elevated bites like lobster corndogs with yuzu dipping sauce, gourmet grazing boards, Impossible sliders, a quarter-pound wagyu hot dog and more.

They offer a popular range of appetizers called Stadium Platters. These platters are filled with everyone’s favorite snack foods like nachos, burger sliders, chicken tenders, fries, and more. They serve 6 people, ideal if you are attending the spot with a group of loved ones.

The drinks menu includes alcohol free options like energy drinks alongside popular boozy options like whiskey, cocktails, beer, and champagne. Non-alcoholic beverages like iced tea, iced coffee, water, and energy drinks are only $8.

Beers are sold either by the six-pack or the case of 24, costing $50 for the 6 or $195 for the case. Mixed and frozen cocktails cost $32 for a 32-ounce drink or $75 for the pitcher. Bottles of wines range from $295 to $24,000 while spirits are available in the $395-$2,000 range.

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Circa Stadium Swim: FAQs

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When Is Stadium Swim Las Vegas Open?

Stadium Swim is open Monday through Sunday 9am until 11pm. It is open all year round, even in winter thanks to the heated pool.

What Day Is the Best to Visit Stadium Swim?

Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are the busiest days if you are looking for a lively atmosphere and busier crowds. Stadium Swim tends to always be a popular spot, no matter what day of the week it is, especially if there is a sporting event being broadcast. We recommend always making a reservation, especially during big sports events.

Is There a Dress Code at Stadium Swim?

Swimwear is highly recommended but not required. We recommend dressing summery and casual when it’s warm. Pants and jerseys are allowed when it is a little cooler.

How Much Will I Have to Pay to Enter Stadium Swim?

How much it costs to enter will depend on a range of factors. We recommend signing up to the free guest list to get free entry, especially if you are a young woman.

Stadium Swim is free for all guests staying at Circa. The cost of the pool for two guests is included in the nightly rate when staying in the hotel. Guests will be encouraged to use the pools; you just need to remember to bring your room card or other evidence you are staying in the Circa.

Tickets will cost between $20 and $70, and reserving bottle service can range anywhere between $300 and $5,000. How much you spend will depend on your budget, the day you choose to visit the Vegas spot and how luxurious of an experience you want.

How Much Is the Cover Charge at Stadium Swim?

The cover charge at Stadium Swim in Circa starts at $20 and can increase based on demand.

Can I Come to Stadium Swim if I Am Not a Guest?

Yes, the Stadium Swim pool area will be open to non-hotel guests, but they will need to pay an entrance fee.

Can Kids Come to Stadium Swim?

Can Kids Come to Stadium Swim?
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No, Circa is an adults-only resort and Stadium Swim is not different. So, call a babysitter and have some adult fun with those over 21.