Up the street at The Cosmopolitan, tanning comes with the opportunity for some terrific people-watching since the resort’s Boulevard Pool overlooks the Strip. Now open, the pool offers an always-active social scene.
From Memorial Day through Labor Day, Monday nights will feature Dive In Movies screened on the hotel’s 65-foot digital marquee.
Among the offerings are “Wonder Woman” (May 28), a “Star Wars” double feature on July 9, and “Transformers” on Sept.3.
For noshing, the Overlook Grill features tempting nibbles such as Spicy Blue Crab Lettuce Wraps ($14) and California Benedict ($18).
Just across the Strip, surfing fun can be found at The FlowRider at Planet Hollywood. Using what’s called “wave-form technology,” the stand-alone attraction allows people to test their board skills in a safe environment; the surface of the ride is designed to absorb energy on impact.
The surfing pool is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting. Guests must be 42 inches or taller to boogie board or 54 inches or taller to surf.
The attraction costs $25 for a half-hour session, and you don’t have to be registered guests. The public can swim for free in the hotel’s pools on two decks.
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