What is a poolside cabana?
Cabana comes from the Spanish word cabaña, with its Late Latin root
Traditionally, a cabana is a tent-like structure that can be moved around from one spot to another on the beach. It can act as a mobile dressing room, where swimmers can dry off and put their clothes on. People also use the word cabana to describe any poolside building or changing room.
What happens in Vegas…
In Las Vegas, poolside Cabanas are at many casino resorts poolside. The cabanas found at these hotels will typically fit multiple people and offer several amenities like HD TVs, food and drink service, and water misters to help beat the heat. Private parties, naps, changing in and out of swimwear, staying out of the sun, enjoying some privacy are some of the best reasons to enjoy a poolside cabana.
Not only will you see cabanas on the Las Vegas Strip, many housing complexes and private residences also have cabanas. People often enjoy cabanas at public pools when they need shade or privacy. These structures come in many sizes, shapes, colors, and materials. Cabana roofs can be constructed from outdoor fabric, wood, metal, thatch, and even palm leaves when you want a tropical look. A curtained cabana makes a casual place in a backyard in which to escape or even a lovely romantic retreat.