Las Vegas visitors now have a new pool to explore at the Monte Carlo, soon to become the Park MGM. The $500 million renovation of the resort brings three different pool experiences meant to channel the South of France.
An oversized heated spa, 12 cabanas, lounge areas, and multiple bars serving food and drink round out the space, designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.
Much like Primrose, the three-meal restaurant with its South of France country villa vibe, the pool emulates a country estate with plants surrounding each of the experiences. Chaise lounges, Baja shelf seating, and submerged wet decks where visitors can sunbathe while staying cool around found at each of the pools. The VIP area takes over the the East Pool with its cushioned chaises.
Three bars at the pools features cocktails such as the Park Punch, a frozen pineapple cocktail, mix-and-match craft beer buckets, and the rum-spiked Frosé with coconut, fruit juices and a Bacardi Dragonberry rum-spiked Frosé topped with ripe strawberries. Vista Bar serves as the main pool bar.Visitors can also order food at the pools. A watermelon and arugula salad, fajita chicken nachos, and a tuna poke bowl make the menu.
Guests who reserve private chaise lounges get free frozen grapes or specialty cocktails with their purchase. The pools also feature 12 private cabanas with a 55-inch LED television, misting system, personal safe, and cushioned seating, lounges, and umbrellas.
Private chaise lounges start at $15, daybeds for two to three start at $75, and cabanas for 10 to 20 guests range from $150 to $300.
Last weekend, Primrose opened its patio that overlooks the pool.