Circa Stadium Swim Rules: Are They The Strictest In Vegas?
We have been talking about Circa quit a bit on the site and on the Miles to Memories YouTube channel, and for good reason…it is a pretty awesome place. There was a lot of excitement around this casino opening, the first on Fremont Street in decades, and it actually lived up to the hype. No more so than in the sports book and the pool area, Stadium Swim. Both were stunning and already among my favorite places in Vegas but there is one caveat I should speak about. The Circa Stadium Swim rules are about as over the top as I have seen for a pool area. I had thought it was simply because it was opening day, but nope, these are the normal rules. A big shout out to Rick from Travel on Points for getting the rules in writing and sharing them with us.
With the college football season in full swing and the NFL kicking off this weekend I thought I would repost this. The pool is sold out already for the first Sunday of games but I imagine many will want to experience throughout the season. This is a great option for anyone who is anti paying for a seat at the sportsbook.
If you haven’t checked out any of the Circa footage yet or the stunning Stadium Swim area then be sure to check out Shawn’s awesome video walkthrough.
Circa Stadium Swim Rules
Now for a list of things you can not bring into Stadium Swim, which is extensive:
- Controlled Substances
- Eye Drops/Nasal Sprays
- Gum/Mints/Breath Strips
- Outside Food or Drinks Including Water Bottles
- Over the Counter Medications
- Prescription Medications in Excess of a Daily Dose
- Cameras/GoPros/Wearable Technology (Watches are Acceptable)
- Selfie Sticks
- Party Props
Wow, okay so some really weird ones in there. I guess they want everyone to have janky breath while hanging out by the pool? Colognes and perfumes? I mean I doubt anyone was bringing them in the first place but a weird one to see for sure. Selfie sticks not allowed in the hottest Vegas thing going…good luck with that. What if the eye drops are a daily medication? A conundrum is upon us. No Nuun tablets if you are fighting dehydration in the Vegas sun or Tylenol if you are fighting what happened last night. In all seriousness, this list seems very over the top.
When we went to check it out they made me finish my beer, which I bought in the Circa casino. I have walked into other pool areas in Vegas with a drink or a water bottle without an issue. They made people dump out both before heading upstairs here. They almost didn’t let Rick bring his backpack in even after they searched it. Needless to say, pack light on your Circa Stadium Swim visit.
We should have added this to our list of things we don’t like in our recent MtM Vegas Show. If you are a fan of Vegas Shawn and I are doing a show every week about recent news, tips, guides etc. Be sure to check it out and subscribe to the channel!
While I expect these rules to be laxed in the future, or just not followed by the employees, it is something to be aware of on your visit. I haven’t seen them posted anywhere so I thought I would share them with you. Remember to pack light on your visit! Having said that, I am pretty sure you will still enjoy everything Stadium Swim has to offer. You just may have some bad breath while doing so 😂.