Check out some of the most extreme pools in Las Vegas, including Rehab at the Hard Rock, Bare at The Mirage and more.
<b>Bare Pool at the Mirage</b><br>Two large pools provide plenty of room for fun, along with Asian-influenced appetizers, ice-fresh mojito pitchers and celebrity sightings.
<b>Encore Beach Club at the Wynn</b><br>Possibly the biggest pool party in Vegas, larger then a football field and packed with bodies in bikinis and board shorts, the Encore Beach Club is surrounded by 40-foot palm trees.
<b>Hard Rock Hotel's REHAB</b><br>The Hard Rock Hotel has created a pool party so decadent they had to call it REHAB. It happens on Sundays around the resort's small pool area where good-looking ladies crowd and beefy boys start lining up before breakfast. Open on Sundays from 11 a.m. to sunset.
<b>Ditch Fridays At Palms</b><br> The retro-chic 3-acre pool setting includes Slip & Slide, wet underwear contests and swimming in a glass-bottom pool.
<b>TAO Beach At The Venetian</b><br>This orgy of tattooed hardbodies has a $50 admission fee that also buys a pass through the Tao Nightclub when the sun goes down.
<b>Wet Republic at MGM Grand</b><br>The 2 stadium-sized saltwater pools are lined with rows of cabanas, protected from paparazzi seeking money shots of famous partiers.
<b>Bellagio</b><br>This outdoor oasis is complete with 5 different Mediterranean style pools, 4 jacuzzis, a garden cafe, poolside massages and private cabanas.
<b>Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace</b><br>One of the most luxurious pool getaways on the strip, the Caesars royal experience has 6 different pools which include, The Apollo, Fortuna, Jupiter, Neptune, Temple and the most exclusive of all, the Venus.