Spin into Ice Skating Vegas 2022

Get ready to live out those “Ice Princess” dreams. There’s a surprising, strong collection of pop-up ice skating rinks in Las Vegas, many of which live at the Strip hotels. Be sure to keep an eye out for Benny the ice skating dog while twirling in.

Need to find the many ice rinks on the Las Vegas Strip and beyond? Check out a map of the Las Vegas Strip to make your way around the ice skating rinks of the city.

The Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Every year for the past decade, The Cosmopolitan transforms into a winter wonderland high up at the Boulevard Pool. The Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas lets guests cozy up and roast s’mores and drink hot chocolate around reserved fire pit seating, to create the ultimate experience. Plus, visitors on select nights can enjoy a light snowfall every half hour at select times during the day, and lovers can get tickets to the Date Skate movie night under the glittering lights of the stars above.

Get started on the enjoyment of The Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Rates include all day skating access. Whether you choose to bring your own skates or take advantage of skate rentals, the price is the same. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is also offering “seasonal food and beverage offerings” to complement a romantic evening.

Read more about The Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and other Las Vegas Christmas events. The Ice Rink is also putting on a New Year’s Eve celebration — complete with a midnight champagne toast — along with a fireworks show. Check out the best NYE events on the Strip to start planning the pregames and parties, all while enjoying light snowfall.

Skating Rink At The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Ice Skating Maze at Enchant at Resorts World

3000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Enchant strays from the traditional oval ice skating rink model, and offers a breathtaking light maze to skate through this season. On the side, tents with warm cocktails are placed on the grounds, among local boutiques selling one-of-a-kind Christmas wares in time for the holiday season. We recommend the snack bar serving piping hot corn near the main stage.

Enchant provides the ice skates for this experience. The ice rink area is located to the left of the main entrance and the light maze. Don’t forget to take advantage of the free parking,

For more comfort around the fire pits, check out the “Igloo” rooftop experience and other Las Vegas Christmas pop-up bars.

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Rock Rink! Downtown Summerlin at Red Rock Resort

1825 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135

Head out to The Lawn in downtown Summerlin to set foot onto a real-ice skating rink at Rock Rink. For 75 minutes, figure skating champions can glide and twirl around the holiday tree while jamming out to holiday classics.

Skate rental prices start at $16 per person. Buy tickets online prior to arrival for the best experience. Don’t forget to snag a cup of hot chocolate to keep warm — this is an outdoor rink.

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More Ice Skating Rinks in Las Vegas

Can’t get enough of the ice? Visit these year-round rinks in Las Vegas to practice those skills for next year — or to escape the desert heat.

Las Vegas Ice Center

9295 W Flamingo Rd #130, Las Vegas, NV

Skate like the pros on NHL-sized ice sheets. From December 16 until January 2, Winter Wonderland Public Skating is going down at the Las Vegas Ice Center, with bright lights and music videos amping up the lessons throughout the day. Las Vegas Ice Center also offers figure skating lessons and private lessons with Olympian-grade instructors.

City National Arena

1550 South Pavilion Center Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89135

Skate alongside the Vegas Golden Knights — or in the ice rink they own — at this ice skating rink. City National Arena is one of the premier skate schools for young talent, as well as kid and adult ice hockey leagues. The rink features a gorgeous park like atmosphere surrounded by trees and foliage. For casual skaters, open skating is available at select weekly times. Skate rentals start at $3 per person.

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PEPSI Ice Arena

400 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89130

The PEPSI Ice Arena offers it all, from the traditional ice skating rink experience to its hockey league. Reserve a spot for private events and birthday parties, but no reservation is required for public skating.

Frequently Asked Questions about Ice Skating in Las Vegas

How much does ice skating cost in Las Vegas?

Average skate rental costs as low as $3 or $4 for the skates themselves. Seasonal ice rinks like The Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas cost $30 for all-day skating at the Boulevard Pool. Many places include skate rental purchased with entrance tickets, and guests can rent skates prior to entering the ice rink area.

Does Las Vegas have ice skating?

Definitely. Every year, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas opens up The Ice Rink at the Boulevard Pool with Date Skate and snow showers next to gorgeous fire pits at The Chalet, where seasonal food and beverages are served. Other areas to enjoy ice skating rinks on the Las Vegas Strip are Enchant at Resorts World and Rock Rink.

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