Wynn European Pool (Formerly Sunset Pool) – Review

  • IN A NUTSHELL: All those beautiful wet titties and no beach ball.
  • ANEI: 3.0
  • European Pool
  • 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
  • PHONE: (702) 770-7000; (866) 770-7108
  • HOURS: Seasonal; 8 am – 8 pm
  • COVER CHARGE: Hotel guests (Wynn or Encore) only, free. Non-guests have to rent a cabana to get in.
  • AMENITIES: Full bar, food, cabanas, and massages are available
  • CATEGORY: European-style topless

I’ve checked this pool numerous times on weekdays and weekends. There were always topless women there and almost every one I saw was young and good-looking—definitely stripper grade. But alas, the pool’s a snooze.

The topless women in the water mostly stayed submerged from the chest down. There were no titty-ball games—nor even any hope of one starting—because there were no beach balls. Someone needs to inform the entertainment director at Wynn that it’s the job of pool management to supply the beach balls. Tourists don’t come to Vegas with their own beach balls. The pool must provide them. All those wet titties wasted.

I was happy to see that they’ve upgraded their sound system. Instead of having a separate DJ off in a corner with a mickey-mouse stereo, they’ve put in speakers that pump the same music that plays in the main pool area—mostly pop and soft rock—not really dance music.

You come to this pool to catch an afternoon nap in the sun, not to party. And if you’re not staying at the Wynn, forget about coming here at all, because the European Pool is open only to Wynn’s hotel guests. [Tip to voyeurs: If you stay at either the Wynn or Encore, be sure to request a room with a pool view. Most have a view of the topless pool as well. Don’t forget to bring your binocs!]

The European Pool is located behind the Cabana Bar at the far end of Wynn’s regular pool area. It’s large and rectangular, surrounded by umbrellaed day beds that must be reserved. But hundreds of free deck lounges are available. Almost all are in the full sun during midsummer, but in the late summer, when the sun isn’t so directly overhead, shaded lounges are available on the far side of the pool. Otherwise, if you want shade, you have to sit in the bar area.

Drink prices are surprisingly reasonable. The menu consists of typical bar food, mostly sandwiches and salads.

On a hot weekday, I found about 40 people in the European Pool area, a very sparse crowd given its size. On a hot Saturday afternoon, both the regular pool and the European Pool areas were very crowded, with at least 150 people in the European Pool area, many in the water.

If you’re into relaxing, you’ll probably prefer the ambience at the European Pool to the blaring hip-hop so common at many topless pools in Las Vegas. Wynn isn’t trying to compete with those, but simply wants to provide guests with a comfortable environment where women can be topless if they wish. This is just a nice pool, not a playground or a singles pickup scene.

Most interesting about this pool is that just about every topless girl I saw was stripper grade. I guess the rich dudes who stay at Wynn just attract hot women. For a European-style topless pool open to hotel guests only, with no beach balls, this pool still gets an ANEI of 3.0.

6 Responses to “Wynn European Pool (Formerly Sunset Pool) – Review”

  1. Jason

    I will be in Vegas around October. What is a good hotel place to stay that i can voyeur other hotels from afar at night with binoculars? I don’t voyeur poolside since i will be out and about during the day and evenings. I would only voyeur from my bedroom window when i return after going out the entire day. Thanks.

  2. John Doe

    I stayed at the Wynn last weekend (8/15-8/16) and your initial review is pretty accurate. The pool is definitely mellow but it fills up fast especially with the COVID limitations of 50%. The girls were gorgeous though and one of the only places in Vegas to see topless women. The pool started getting busy around 2pm with over a dozen topless girls and all of them were between an 8-10. Girls were all ethnicities and sizes as well.

    Room prices aren’t terrible right now, so if you want to see some beautiful girls the Wynn is highly recommended. The European pool is only open on Weekends (Fri-Sun) for the time being. The staff said they were hoping to open it on Mondays as well but no timetable is set.

  3. Ian

    So with strip clubs not currently an option a topless pool will have to suffice. Are Wynn and Artisan still the best options? I’m more interested in the quality of the women rather than a party vibe and titty ball games. I think that the more laid back vibe of European style pool is more conducive me renting a cabana or daybed and inticing some stripper quality young ladies to join me,?

    • Arnold Snyder

      Ian, Wynn is the best option right now. Beautiful women, and you may see a dozen of them. Maybe more. All gorgeous.

      I’ve never tried renting a cabana there but I have never known a Vegas pool situation where hosting a cabana party didn’t help make the world brighter.

      Artisan is up for sale and they’ve been using the hotel to house homeless people during Covid.



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