Downtown Las Vegas’ newest property, Circa Resort & Casino, set to debut on October 28, 2020, is sure to open with a splash as details have been released of its Stadium Swim, a multilevel pool amphitheater.
Its pool will self-clean several times a day as Circa aims to provide the cleanest and healthiest public pool experience. There will be two swim-up bars, a 135-by-41-foot LED screen, and a DJ booth.
Operating 365 days a year, Circa’s pool amphitheater will become an outdoor destination for sports watching, events, and parties. Guests can catch the biggest games and televised events broadcast on a 14-million-pixel screen presiding over Circa’s six temperature-controlled pools and two spas.
“We’re building Stadium Swim to be unlike any pool in existence today and to reinvent the Vegas pool party, 365 days a year,” Circa CEO Derek Stevens said, in a statement. “I can promise there will be no better location in the world to watch a big game than at Stadium Swim, even better than at the game itself. Beyond sports, it will be a great place to catch sun and listen to music, and I believe it will be a destination experience that inspires trips to Las Vegas.”
Previously slated for a December 2020 launch, the 1.25 million-square-foot integrated casino-resort will open with its first five floors of amenities ahead of schedule.
To achieve this timeline, Stevens reallocated construction resources from Circa’s hotel tower to the first five floors. Slated for completion at the end of 2020, the tower will house Circa’s 777 rooms and suites .
Guests looking to visit prior to the tower opening can reserve rooms at the D Las Vegas or Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, also owned by Stevens, and enjoy access to Circa’s pool in addition to its public amenities including eclectic restaurants, the longest outdoor bar on Fremont Street Experience, a spa, and a two-level casino with state-of-the-art slot and table gaming options.
Circa’s interior will welcome the return of a Las Vegas icon: Vegas Vickie, the kicking cowgirl who was once perched high above the Fremont Street Experience. Vickie will become a key design feature and must-see photo opportunity within the hotel’s lobby.