Stadium Swim is the premier pool amphitheater in Las Vegas, located at Circa in Downtown Vegas.

Experience an adults-only dayclub style pool amphitheater with 6 pools, a giant sportsbook style screen, a casino gaming pit, multiple bars, and a nonstop DJ.

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Stadium Swim




  • Moderate – $$$

Stadium Swim at Circa is an adults-only dayclub with 6 pools, bars, casino gaming, and DJ.

Circa Stadium Swim

Whether you’re looking for a place to catch the big game or just want to party in the sun all day long, Stadium Swim has something for everyone.

Hotel guests at Circa, The D, and Golden Gate all receive two free passes to Stadium Swim. If you’re not staying at these hotels, general admission entry fees start at just $20, making it one of the cheapest dayclubs in Las Vegas.

The atmosphere at Stadium Swim is unlike any other pool party in Las Vegas. The 40-foot HD screen makes it perfect for sports fans who want to watch their favorite teams while they party.

And if you’re looking for some fun in the sun, there are plenty of pools and swim-up bars to choose from. Plus, with its nonstop DJ and casino gaming pit, there’s always something going on at Stadium Swim.

Unfortunately, Stadium Swim doesn’t have any shade so it can get pretty hot during the summer months. And like other dayclubs in Las Vegas, food and drinks can be overpriced.

But if you’re looking for an unforgettable experience that combines sports watching and partying in the sun all day long then Stadium Swim is definitely worth checking out!

What’s on the Stadium Swim menu?

Stadium Swim offers an elevated poolside menu that is sure to delight your senses.

From Lobster Corndogs with Yuzu Aioli to classic favorites like burgers and fries, there’s something for everyone. I’ve tried both and they’re awesome!

Drinks are expensive, but they’re not as bad as other dayclubs. Expect to spend about $10 a beer and $18 a cocktail.

If you’re looking for something a bit more special, Stadium Swim also offers bottle service with prices typically starting around $400. You’ll receive the pricing for all items on the menu upon arrival at your table.

Whether you’re looking for a light snack or a full meal, Stadium Swim has something for everyone. From classic American fare to unique dishes like Lobster Corndogs, you won’t be disappointed. So come on down and check out what Stadium Swim has to offer!

How much are Circa Stadium Swim reservations?

Stadium Swim gives you a variety of options for cabanas, daybeds, lounge chairs, and general admission.

Circa Stadium Swim Cabana Rentals

The thing I liked most when we rented a cabana was that the price is a food and beverage minimum. We paid $600 for a cabana which has a TV, shade, and fans.

We loaded up on pitchers of frozen daiquiris, buckets of beer, and delicious food like Lobster Corndogs. There were four people in our group and it took us about 8 hours to hit our food and beverage minimum.

Circa Stadium Swim Daybed Rentals

Similar to cabanas, Stadium Swim’s daybed rentals are a food and beverage minimum. This is a great option for smaller parties. During the week you can rent a daybed for as low as $100.

Other Options

Unlike cabanas and daybeds, the lounge chairs and general admission fees do not include any food and beverage. There are a limited number of free chairs for general admission and often fill up quickly on weekends. Prices start at $20 for entry.

Where is Stadium Swim Las Vegas?

Stadium Swim is located at Circa on the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Vegas. The entrance to Stadium Swim is located on the second floor of the casino, next to Saginaw’s Delicatessen.

Stadium Swim Parking Tip: If you’re driving to Stadium Swim, valet parking is cheaper than self-parking at Circa. See our parking guide for current rates. *Prices may vary depending on special events and holidays.

From the parking garage: Walk across the bridge from Garage Mahal and continue walking straight through the casino floor. Stadium Swim will be on your right.

From the first floor: Go up the elevator or escalators upstairs to the second floor. From the elevators, take a left and you’ll see Stadium Swim sign. From the escalators, follow the signs to Stadium Swim.

Circa Las Vegas

We rated Circa as the Best Hotel In Downtown Vegas for a variety of reasons–Stadium Swim being one of them. We also love 8 East, Legacy Club, and Vegas Vickies.



  • Moderate – $$$

At Circa, indulge in a luxurious Downtown Vegas experience, complete with dining, nightlife, and Stadium Swim.

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Stadium Swim FAQ

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Circa’s Stadium Swim:

Is Stadium Swim free for Circa guests?

Yes, Stadium Swim is free for Circa guests. Every room is provided two complimentary passes to Stadium Swim and can access the pool one hour before the general public. Guests staying at The D and Golden Gate also receive two complimentary passes.

What’s the Circa Stadium Swim dress code?

The dress code for Circa Stadium Swim is swimwear only, coverups are allowed. According to Stadium Swim’s official website, ladies should put on their best bikini and fellas should wear board shorts, a t-shirt or collared resort-type clothing like a Hawaiian shirt. During the cooler months in the rest of the year, pants and shirts are allowed.

What should I bring to Stadium Swim?

  • ID Card – Circa checks everyone’s ID, regardless of age.
  • Credit Card – For poolside drinks and delicious food.
  • Sunglasses – There’s no shade at Stadium Swim, so bring a pair to protect your eyes from the bright Vegas sun.
  • Sunscreen – The Vegas sun is powerful, don’t underestimate it, bring lots of sunscreen.