Bare Pool Lounge

Bare Pool Mirage Las vegas

Days Open

Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
LOCATION: Mirage Hotel and Casino
Women and Men
Free Entry on GUESTLIST
Guestlist entries must be submitted by 9am day of event


Get on the Bare Pool guestlist
for free!

Deep in the recesses of the Mirage sanctuary lies the pool that you’ve only ever thought existed. Well dreams have come to life with Bare, Mirage’s topless pool and dayclub. Open pretty much every day of the week, Bare is a great place to pretend to read a book while catching rays and very slowly sipping cocktails. Bare is one of Vegas’ only topless pools and offers a cool and quaint alternative to the raging bro fests that can be the typical Las Vegas pool parties. 

If you ever feel like not dealing with the crowds at Wet Republic or Encore Beach Club, check out Bare Ultra Pool. After all, nobody likes tan lines.

When to use Guestlist or get a VIP Table

The Bare guestlist only works for girls and even ratio groups, meaning each guy has to have at least one girl if they want to get into the club for free. Using the guestlist gets the whole group free access to the party and occasionally some free drinks as well.

If you decide to purchase a lounge spot or cabana at Bare you’ll spend a minimum on food and drinks and party like a rockstar. You can spend your minimum how you want on bottles, cocktails, or food.

When to use guestlist- If you are a group of ladies or if you have as many girls in your group as you have guys, you can use guestlist for free entry into Bare Pool Party. Guestlist is a great way to go if you want to explore the club and not be tied to an area or you just don’t feel like spending an arm and a leg at a club.

When to purchase a VIP table- Purchasing a table at Bare is a great idea if it’s a special occasion or if you’re with a big group and want a spot to post up. You can stash all your stuff including purses and shoes and you can have a home base all night as well as an area you can invite people to or kick them out of. If you and your friends plan on drinking we recommend this option.

Bare Pool Lounge dress code

Bare requires that all of their guests be in proper pool attire. For men this means swim trunks or board shorts. No basketball shorts or jean shorts are  allowed. On the upper body, t-shirts or tank tops are fine. No sports jerseys are allowed and generally nothing sports related at all. For shoes, men can wear flip flops or athletic shoes.

Women should wear a swim suit with a cover or dress over it or maybe shorts and a t-shirt. Again no sports attire allowed. For shoes, you’ll see many women wear wedges, heals, and nice flats.

Understand that in Las Vegas, security at the door is strict. If you bring a bag expect to have it searched thoroughly. Your person will also be searched thoroughly. Please leave all questionable items at home to ensure there are no problems with entry. Things like outside alcohol, vape pens, gum, some prescription medicine, are all not allowed. Some days, Bare may require that you stow large bags in a rental locker.

How to get to Bare Pool Lounge

Bare Pool Lounge is located in The Mirage Hotel at 3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd. If entering from the strip, casino, or valet, keep the strip on your left side and walk toward the back of Mirage. When you exit the casino Bare pool will be on your right secluded by some private palm trees.

What we like most about Bare Pool Lounge

Bare Pool Lounge is one of the most unique spots on the strip. If you’re looking for a tucked away oasis where tops are optional, you’ve found it. 

One of our favorite things about Bare is it’s chill factor. Not everyone likes thumping loud EDM beats and huge sweaty crowds especially when you’re hung over. Bare is much more chill and casual and is a great spot to relax and chase away your hangover with Bloody Mary’s. The sanctuary area that surrounds Bare Pool Lounge is also really cool. You’ll feel like you’ve been plucked out of the bustling metropolis of Las Vegas and teleported to a Jumanji themed adventure park.

All in all if you’re looking for a casual spot to relax and let the twins out, Bare Pool Lounge is your spot. And if you like to drink, Bare has awesome table minimums that are lower than every other venue on the strip which makes committing to a minimum not such a big deal.