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Best Guide For Being Pregnant in Las Vegas 2024

Thinking of going to Vegas pregnant? Follow these expert tips for a fabulous Las Vegas Babymoon

I love Vegas! It is the perfect vacation destination, no matter your situation. It was fun for me as a child, long before I was legal to party. I thoroughly enjoyed it in my 20’s, when I could fully participate in Sin City shenanigans. If you’ve read my blog then you know how I feel about making any destination kid-friendly, and therefore absolutely love doing Vegas with kids, and Vegas with my young baby. And yes, I even loved Vegas when I was pregnant! I was pregnant in Las Vegas (twice) and it was fabulous.

So you going to Vegas while pregnant? Well, there is no shortage of fun things to in Vegas pregnant. From getting prenatal massages and lounging poolside to shopping and shows, here is my list for the ultimate babymoon in Vegas.

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Is it safe to visit Vegas while pregnant?

The short answer is YES, IT’S SAFE. Let’s just get this out of the way. A lot of people ask this question, but I personally think it is a silly question with a simple answer. Of course it is safe to spend a few days or a week of your pregnancy in Vegas.

Most Vegas casinos do still allow smoking on the floor, BUT there are also non-smoking areas if you are really concerned about this for the limited time you will actually be spending in the casino while pregnant.

Especially for the larger hotels on the Vegas Strip, these hotels have air filtration systems that do a pretty good job of keeping the air safe to breathe for kids, adults, and pregnant women. While there is room for improvement, most of us are exposed to air pollutants constantly anyways, especially in big cities, so it is not something I personally worry about for a few days in Vegas.

Honestly, you just have to use good judgment and common sense to have a safe visit to Las Vegas. Get adequate sleep and rest (you know your body). Eat well. Stay hydrated. etc.

By the way, if you’re planning a visit, check out our helpful articles on the best family hotels in Las Vegas, and the Top shows for families in Vegas. Also, if you are looking for a beautiful map of hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, we have one of the best ones right HERE.

Now to the fun stuff!

I will show you some useful tips on how to have a fabulous time pregnant in Vegas.

What to do in Vegas while pregnant?

There are very few activities you will actually be restricted from doing when visiting Las Vegas pregnant, so the whole city is basically at your fingertips…but there are some fun things to do in Vegas pregnant that are perfect, or in some cases even specially tailored, for expecting mothers. If you are pregnant and visiting Vegas with kids, there are plenty of budget-friendly and age appropriate activities as well.

In fact, the lack of your ability to drink and gamble all night will actually force you to enjoy some of the other great attractions in Vegas such as spas, pools, shopping and shows, which can actually be a delightful and refreshing new experience of Vegas.

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Prenatal Massage Las Vegas

When we go to Las Vegas, we always stay at a big hotel on the Vegas Strip and rarely venture far from the strip (except that one time we drove several stressful miles searching for a grocery store for baby formula!). Here are some hotels to consider on the Vegas Strip with special prenatal pregnancy massages for expecting mothers.

Serenity Spa at The Westgate Las Vegas

3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Expecting Mother Massage

This 50-minute prenatal massage at Westgate is for expectant mothers at least 12 weeks into pregnancy. It includes a complete full body massage addressing discomfort areas and fatigue common in pregnancy – helping reduce stress levels and painful symptoms such as soreness and swelling.

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The Spa & Salon at The Mirage (Now Owned by HardRock)

3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Expecting Mother Massage

This 50 or 80 minute massage at Mirage, is specially designed for pregnant women in the second or third trimester to help alleviate symptoms of pregnancy including headaches, fatigue, soreness and swelling, which will have a calming effect on mom and baby.

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Bellagio Spa

 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Expecting Mother Massage

This 50 or 80 minute massage is similar to the pregnancy massage offered at Mirage (both MGM properties), but the Bellagio Spa is slightly more exquisite and lavish overall. 

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Four Seasons Spa

3960 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119

Babymoon Massage

The Four Seasons is connected to the Mandalay Bay hotel, and is notable for its Forbes Five Star rated Spa, which has a special Las Vegas babymoon massage for expecting mothers in a second or third trimester. If luxury and splendor are important to you, the Four Seasons Spa should be your first choice. 

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Poolside in Las Vegas While Pregnant

Relaxing by the pool is a Las Vegas Maternity itinerary. One of the best things to do in Las Vegas when pregnant is float. Most big hotels on the Vegas strip have at least a decent pool, but there are a few that really step it up a notch and stand out for the amazing resort-style pool experience for enjoying your Las Vegas babymoon. Here are my favorite Vegas pools for families and expecting mothers.

Mandalay Beach at the Mandalay Bay

3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119

The Mandalay Beach Pool is just as the name implies – it is a beach with real sand! This pool sits on a huge 11 acres at the center of Mandalay Bay properties, and is full of palm trees, fountains and waterfalls. My favorite feature is the 3 mph lazy river that circles the enormous pool area. It is one of the most relaxing ways to enjoy Las Vegas pregnant.

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The Mirage Pool at Mirage

3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Mirage Pool is my all-time favorite and the prime reason we stay at the Mirage almost every trip to Vegas. I have been pregnant in Vegas with all these cute little people you see in this photo! The huge winding pool is a true oasis, with cascading waterfalls and lush palm trees and greenery everywhere you might forget you are on the Vegas Strip for a moment. It also has a fun poolside restaurant and Dolphin Bar to take a break from the sun. There’s no better place to be in Las Vegas pregnant.

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Garden of the Gods at Caesar’s Palace

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The pool at Caesar’s Palace is not my favorite because it is not tropical, but it is very popular and quite beautiful. There are eight different pools set within classic Roman architecture, columns and sculptures. You can also swim-up and play blackjack or grab a cocktail, which is a really nice touch.

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The Venetian Pool at Venetian

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Venetian is a large rectangular pool with a contemporary design with chic-furnished cabanas, a poolside restaurant, Riva, which is run by Wolfgang Puck. You can even get a poolside massage at the Canyon Ranch SpaClub. Guests at Venezia Tower also have access to the exclusive Venetian Garden-style pool. This is a great environment to be in Las Vegas while pregnant.

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New York New York Pool

3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

This pool at New York New York is pretty simple, but it does have a little water fountain in the middle of the pools, which gives it a touch of excitement. Since it is small and manageable, it the perfect little pool with you are pregnant in Las Vegas. Bathrooms are conveniently located and everything is close, so not too much walking around when you are feeling heavy and swollen.

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See a Show in Vegas While Pregnant

Catching a show is the perfect way to spend the evening pregnant in Las Vegas. There are so many great shows to choose from in Vegas, but we always tend to gravitate toward Cirque Du Soleil shows with intense acrobatics, interesting storytelling and heart-pounding music and theatrics. It seems that every major hotel on the strip has their own Cirque-style show, and for good reason. These shows are spectacular and super popular and will give you hours of interesting conversation afterwards. For complete list of our favorite shows in Las Vegas, check our list of Las Vegas Shows for Families, Best Cirque du Soleil Shows in Las Vegas, and Las Vegas Dinner and Show Packages.

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Beatles LOVE at the Mirage

3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

This is a must for Beatles fans, as it celebrates the legacy of John, Paul, George and Ringo and features a combination of acrobatics, aerial stunts, and dance, all performed to the music of The Beatles. The production incorporates over 130 songs by the band, including classics such as “Help!”, “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”, and “Hey Jude”.

The set design and costumes for “Love” are also inspired by The Beatles’ music and the 1960s era. The stage is decorated with giant murals and neon signs that reference the band’s album covers and lyrics, and the performers wear colorful, psychedelic costumes that evoke the era.

“Love” has received critical acclaim and has been praised for its innovative use of The Beatles’ music. The show has won several awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Surround Sound Album in 2009. It continues to be one of the most popular shows on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Zumanity at New York, New York

3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

“Zumanity” is another Cirque du Soleil show performed at the New York-New York Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is different from the other Cirque du Soleil shows in that it is an adults-only production that explores the sensuality and sexuality of human nature.

The show features a cast of acrobats, dancers, singers, and aerialists, who perform in a cabaret-style setting. The performers wear provocative costumes and engage in acts that are meant to be sensual and suggestive.

The show is hosted by a character called the Mistress of Ceremonies, who guides the audience through the various acts and interacts with the performers. The acts themselves include a variety of different types of performances, such as aerial silk acrobatics, contortionism, and burlesque-style dance.

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KA at MGM Grand

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

“KA” is another Cirque du Soleil show that is performed at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is a spectacle that combines acrobatics, martial arts, puppetry, and multimedia technology to tell the story of a young man and woman’s journey through a world of myth and fantasy.

The show’s name comes from the ancient Egyptian concept of “ka,” which refers to the soul or life force of a person. The show’s storyline centers around a brother and sister who are separated and must embark on separate journeys to find each other again. Along the way, they encounter a variety of fantastical creatures, including a giant sea monster and an army of warriors.

The production is known for its elaborate set design and use of multimedia technology, including a 360-degree rotating stage, projections, and special effects. The performers, who are highly skilled acrobats and martial artists, execute breathtaking stunts and maneuvers throughout the show.

“KA” has been highly praised for its impressive production values and innovative approach to storytelling. It has won several awards, including four Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Choreography, Costume Design, Sound Mixing, and Technical Direction. It is considered one of the most visually stunning shows on the Las Vegas Strip and is recommended for anyone who enjoys spectacle and awe-inspiring performances.

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Mystere at Treasure Island

3300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

“Mystère” is one of the longest-running Cirque du Soleil shows in Las Vegas, having been performed at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino since 1993. The show is a celebration of human potential and the beauty of life, told through a combination of acrobatics, music, dance, and comedy.

The show features a cast of a variety of acrobatic stunts and aerial acts, including flying trapeze, hand balancing, and Russian swings. The performers are also accompanied by live music, which includes a combination of traditional and modern instruments.

The show’s storyline is told through a series of vignettes, each of which explores a different theme or aspect of human experience. These themes include birth, death, love, and the struggle between good and evil. The show is designed to be a sensory experience that engages the audience on multiple levels, including visually, emotionally, and intellectually.

“Mystère” has been highly praised for its imaginative and innovative approach to performance art. It has won several awards, including a Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience and multiple awards from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions. It is recommended for anyone who appreciates the artistry and athleticism of acrobatic performance and who is looking for a unique and inspiring show experience in Las Vegas.

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Go Shopping in Las Vegas While Pregnant

There are lots of places to shop in Vegas pregnant, but here we will focus on my favorite hotels on the Vegas strip with major shopping areas.

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Shops at Crystals

3720 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158

The Shops at Crystals is a glamorous collection of the finest luxury brands in the world, located in the CityCenter Complex next to Aria. It is definitely an upscale shopping mall with beautiful features throughout, art galleries, gourmet restaurants, and designer retailers. It is a vibe.

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Paris Las Vegas Hotel for Families

Le Boulevard at Paris

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

I love, love, love the French style of the cobblestone streets and boutique shops at Le Boulevard in Paris. There are plenty of great places to eat including places to grab a quick crepe or delightful French treat. This would be my first choice for the romantic atmosphere alone.

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Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The sky is always blue and the weather perfect as you stroll through the Italian streets of the Forum Shops in Caesar’s. There are lots of high-end designer boutique shops, as well as favorites like Victoria’s Secret and H&M. There are tons of restaurants to choose from, including one of our favorites, the Cheesecake Factory, as well as a free show called Fall of Atlantis with fiery pyrotechnics. 

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Family Hotel Mandalay Bay Las Vegas

The Shoppes at Mandalay Place

3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119

The Mandalay Bay property is huge, and it stands to reason that they would have a huge shopping area. I am pretty sure you can shop for literally anything at the shoppes at Mandalay Place and it is conveniently located right off the casino floor. There are also lots of cool restaurants and bars, like the Minus5 Ice Lounge where they supply you with a warm jacket and you imbibe from frozen glasses in a room basically made of ice cubes!

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Grand Canal Shops at Venetian

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

They key word here is canal. The Grand Canal Shops has a gorgeous canal that winds through the entire sprawling shopping area. You can even take a romantic Gondola ride on the canal. I love Italian food, and you will find some great Italian restaurants here at the Venetian with an awe-inspiring atmosphere.

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Hot Tips for Being Pregnant in Las Vegas

  1. Try to keep healthy and pay attention to your body by staying hydrated and taking naps as needed.
  2. There is no excuse not to dress absolutely fabulously to get in that distinct Vegas mood.
  3. Focus downtime on eating well. There are so many great places to try, and you’re eating for two – so live it up!
  4. Pay a little extra for a top-tier hotel on the Vegas strip with plenty of amenities besides gambling
  5. Travel with people who are responsible and not annoying drunkies (If you don’t know what I mean, you’re probably good).
  6. Just have fun! You can do just about anything in Vegas pregnant that you could do if you were not pregnant. Enjoy the finer side of Vegas.

That’s A Wrap!

So how is it being pregnant in Las Vegas overall? Great! I really don’t veer too much from my normal Las Vegas routine. I lounge by the pool, I hang out at bars, I listen to live music, I eat yummy meals, I go to shows, and I even spent a little time gambling. Really, the only thing that changed was that I had to eat TUMS like they are candy. Ha! I did have to rest my swollen feet often and I was more tired than normal, but hey, I was pregnant in Las Vegas!

Being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to stop doing what you love. Of course, you should check with your doctor before making travel plans and listen to your body. Only you know what you are up for. But if you feeling up to it, get out there and enjoy life, baby-bump and all.

For everything you need to plan the perfect Las Vegas vacation, is on Las Vegas Family Travel page for you to explore and put to use! Also be sure to check out more of what Nevada has to offer for family travel experiences.

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I am a busy mama with 3 delicious babies and a serious itch for travel and writing (when I am not bartending, that is)! After graduating from Cal State San Marcos with a B.A. in Communications, I decided to start a family and pursue a career in freelance writing. I created HotMamaTravel as an outlet to do what I love while sharing useful travel tips and inspiration with others. Our mission is to show parents how to master travel with kids, while keeping your Saturday-night selves. We call it "Family travel...with a twist".


  1. Lovely post! I did something similar on our babymoon to France and Italy. I truly enjoyed the beach, the sun, the food and the occasional sip of wine 😉 We had a brilliant time and are now waiting for our little one to arrive ( I am due in 2 weeks).
    I found your blog as I am looking for family travel blogs as we will change from travelling as a couple to travelling as a young family.
    Happy Travels!

    • Thanks Sabine! Your babymoon to France and Italy sound amazing! I travel a ton with my hubby before having kids, but traveling as a family is so exciting! Congrats on your new addition. You have a lot of wonderful memories in store!!

  2. P.A. in Chicago Reply

    Great post! I am *desperate* for a poolside vacay with good food before baby comes. I am 15 weeks and I’ll be towards the end of my 2nd trimester if/when we do go. Due to the Zika virus, Mexico and the Caribbean are out of the question. So I am desperate for a warm weather destination and this post totally helped! You look beautiful and happy in all those pics 🙂

    • Thank you Pauline Ann. I love Vegas, so I had to squeeze in a trip before my baby girl arrived. I hear you about the Zika virus! That is scary stuff! California is really warm right now, so a beach vacation in San Diego or Laguna Beach might be fun.

  3. So happy to stumble upon this, I’m 31 weeks and will be visiting Vegas next week. I’m now looking forward to checking out the Irish Pub since my Fiance is Irish.

    • Awesome! So you’ll be preggo in Vegas too! I hope you love Nine Fine Irishmen as much I do! Tell me about it when you get back!

  4. Rebecca Young Reply

    So happy to find this today! My husband and I just found out we’re pregnant literally…. (5 weeks) and are headed there on Wednesday. Excited to see that you can still enjoy yourself!!!

    • Congratulations! I’m glad you found me too! I headed back to LV in a couple weeks myself (with the kids of course haha). Have a great time!!!

  5. Hey, great post – just about to head to LV from London to get some sunshine with hubby and I’ll be about 22 weeks. Just wanted your opinion on eating buffet food and/or if there’s places you’d recommend over others. I havent been super strict about food but there’s the obvious safety things to consider.

    • My favorite buffet is Crave at The Mirage. In fact, I’ll be binging there this weekend. Ha. My girl friend just told me that the Cosmo hotel has an amazing buffet called Wicked Spoon. Have fun!

  6. I went to Vegas when I was about 17 weeks pregnant with my first (and went to AC when I was about 30 weeks along) I pretty much did what you did, enjoyed the pool, shopping, gambling and shows. Gorged on the food and didnt drink alcohol. It was pretty much our babymoon with our first. With my second we went on a local weekend away – to Tarry town NY, pretty much to relax and sleep. Got massages, pool, nice dinners. As long as you are healthy and feel good, you can still travel while pregnant.

    • Yes, definitely! Minus alcohol and strenuous activities, travel doesn’t have to change too much.

  7. Interesting to see Vegas as a destination for when you are pregnant! I am never going to have kids but I do love Vegas for the buffets and the pools!

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  10. Did you have to wear a maternity bathing suit while swimming in Vegas? Is it ok to wear just a bikini? I am going next week. And it’s going to be HOTT!

    • Hi Katrina. I would say that you should rock ANYTHING that you feel comfortable in! It will be so hot this time of year, so be sure to drink a lot of water and stay cool as often as possible! Stay safe and have fun 🙂

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