Spring Break in Las Vegas

Spring is one of the best times to visit Las Vegas. With some of the most moderate weather, it the ideal time to spend a week enjoying everything Las Vegas has to offer. If you have the time to get away in March or April, Las Vegas is the ideal place to visit.

Weather in Las Vegas for Spring Break

In March, Las Vegas temperatures range from 49 degrees (mostly in the evening and overnight) to 70 degrees. As April approaches, you’ll experience daytime temps up to 78 degrees.

You’ll want to pack light layers for your week in Las Vegas. Once the sun goes down, it can become quite chilly at night. If you’re coming from a cold climate, Las Vegas is going to feel like paradise!

Pools Open for Spring Break in Las Vegas

While it might be hard to believe, many pools are open year-round in Las Vegas. If the weather is right and you fancy a dip, check out one of the pools that are open year-round. If you’re committed to pool-going, we recommend giving your hotel a call and ensuring that they plan to have the pool open for your visit.

Check out our full roundup of the best pools in Las Vegas.

Influence, The POOL at The LINQ Hotel & Casino

This chic and modern pool is open year-round and is heated to a balmy 82 degrees. The pool is open to the 21-and-older crowd, and it’s free to enter for everyone, not just hotel guests. Pool hours are Thursday through Sunday, from 9 am to 5 pm.

Check out the REQ Room with indoor fun like pool tables, shuffleboard, a foosball table, and flat-screen TVs. Don’t miss Virgil’s Real BBQ. It’s connected to the pool, and you can enjoy all your favorite barbecue dishes year-round.

Soleil Pool at Paris Las Vegas

This gorgeous pool at Paris Las Vegas is open during the winter months, which makes it the perfect place for an early spring swim. The pool is heated to comfortable 81 degrees. Soleil Pool is free for all guests staying at any Caesars Entertainment hotel and is open daily from 10 am to 4 am.

Spring Break Dining in Las Vegas

Spring in Las Vegas means it’s finally time for more dining al fresco. Lucky for you, Las Vegas has some of the best patio and outdoor dining options. Plus, you can enjoy excellent dining options and marvelous views of Las Vegas.

Estiatorio Milos

Estiatorio Milos features Mediterranean cuisine at its best in a gorgeous setting. Their terrace is the perfect place to enjoy an incredible meal. If the Las Vegas skyline doesn’t take your breath away, your meal will!

The Barrymore

The Barrymore is one of those places is Las Vegas that effortlessly combines classic Vegas with contemporary touches. The Barrymore is one of a few real gems in Las Vegas. You’ll find it at 99 Convention Center Dr, just steps from the Las Vegas Convention Center Station.

Their social hour is every day from 5 to 7 pm in the bar, lounge, and on the patio. If the weather is good, go with the patio because it’s gorgeous!

PS The Barrymore is located on Convention Center Drive (perfect if you’re here for a convention), and our Convention Center Station is just a short walk away!

Beer Park by Budweiser at Paris Las Vegas

Are you looking for somewhere to grab a beer and soak in the views? Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas is the perfect place to enjoy your favorite craft brew. They have over 100 different beer selections to choose from, many of which are craft.

Beer Park has some of the best views on the Las Vegas Strip, including a picture-perfect view of the Bellagio fountains. Communal seating and lawn games, like giant Jenga, create a relaxing and enjoyable environment for meeting friends and soaking up the Las Vegas sunshine. After an hour or two here, you’ll be thanking your lucky stars that you spent Spring Break in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Spring Break Attractions

Spring is a great time to get outside and enjoy some of the best attractions in Las Vegas. It’s not too hot and not too cold!

Top Golf Las Vegas

Top Golf Las Vegas features 100+ climate-controlled hitting bays that combine a love of golf with patented technology that allows players to see–in real-time–the ball’s path, speed, distance, angle, and accuracy. Do you have friends who aren’t so sure about golf? Make plans to visit Top Golf, and their opinion is guaranteed to change!

Golf isn’t the only activity at Top Golf Las Vegas. Guests will also find two pools, five bars, and a TLC Gaming Lounge with esports gameplay. There are also VIP cabanas, private suites, and a concert venue that can host up to 900 people.

Make your way to Top Golf on the Las Vegas Monorail by boarding at any one of our other six stations. From there, ride to the MGM Grand Station.

Gondola Rides at The Venetian

Glide down the Grand Canal in an authentic gondola and enjoy the ambiance created by The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. Stepping onto one of these gondolas is like stepping back in time. The Venetian offers both indoor and outdoor rides. During Spring Break in Las Vegas, we’d place our bets on the outdoor journey.

Plus, don’t miss the Gondolier March, a hidden gem, and experience in Las Vegas. Twice a day, at 9:50 am and 4:20 pm, the team of gondoliers – singing in unison – march along the indoor canal as they arrive for a day of serenading. Find them beginning at the gondola turn-around in the Grand Canal Shoppes

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Enjoy Spring Break in Las Vegas

Let us know if you’re headed to Las Vegas for spring break? What’s on your must-see and must-do lists? Do you have a favorite Las Vegas season? We know spring is impressive, but maybe you like the scorching temps that come with summer.

Whatever the reason, we hope your Las Vegas vacation is the best yet. For more insider info on Las Vegas, head over to our blog where you’ll find Las Vegas guides, events, and the best of everything we have to offer!