- Escape the Cold with Pool Experiences You’ll Only find in Vegas
LAS VEGAS – With a wide range of high-energy daylife experiences and tranquil retreats, visitors looking to shake off the winter blues can soak up the sunshine with sizzling entertainment and lively parties in Las Vegas.
SPLASH AND DANCE
WET REPUBLIC Ultra Pool at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino will debut a multi-million-dollar revamp in time for the 2020 pool season. The longest-running pool party will offer guests additional plunge pools, a redesigned and expanded artist performance area, elevated cabanas and bungalows, furniture upgrades, and state-of-the-art immersive technology new to the Las Vegas dayclub scene. WET REPUBLIC and LIQUID Pool Lounge at ARIA Resort & Casino will jump into summer with electrifying parties played by award-winning DJs including Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Zedd, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix and more starting March 6.
Dance the day away at Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas as it kicks off another season of high-energy pool parties also on March 6, fueled by world-renowned DJs and recording artists. Partygoers can soak up the sun in one of the aquatic adult playground’s two pools or take in the party from one of eight Grand Cabanas boasting infinity-edge plunge pools and private spas.
DAYLIGHT Beach Club at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino continues to revolutionize open-air entertainment as a go-to daylife destination. Boasting large VIP cabanas and stage tables, pool-goers can enjoy high-profile performances, mouthwatering cuisine and refreshing cocktails.
Drai’s Beachclub at The Cromwell opens for fun March 13. The dazzling, one-of-a-kind multi-level rooftop oasis boasts more than 25,000 square feet of plush offerings, including two full-service bars, more than 75 luxurious bottle service tables, the world’s most celebrated DJs and chart-topping performers in the EDM and dance scene and unmatched views of the Strip.
With 14 cabanas and cushy daybeds, Flamingo GO Pool Dayclub returns with a sizzling lineup of headlining performers – Vanilla Ice, Jay Sean and Hot Chelle Ray – and rotating resident DJs. With a high-octane vibe and contemporary look and feel, GO Pool Dayclub celebrates with the continuation of its daily themed parties and more as it opens for guests to wade in the waters.
JEMAA - The NoMad Pool Party at Park MGM is a seductive, and entertaining alternative to mega pool parties on The Strip. While reflecting NoMad Las Vegas' style and luxurious guest experience, JEMAA delivers an energized and award-winning daytime rooftop pool party featuring signature Cocktail Explosions the NoMad Bar is known for, poolside service and a roster of DJs and artists delivering nuanced music programming. On Fridays, celebrate all walks of life with UV Beach Club, Las Vegas’ premier all-inclusive pool party.
Encore Beach Club at Encore Las Vegas jumps into wet and wild fun February 28. Home to artists like David Guetta, Kygo and The Chainsmokers, the venue has 26 cabanas stocked with their own refrigerators and flat-screen TVs, along with plush daybeds allowing guests to enjoy the pool party in total comfort. Eight bungalows each offer a private bathroom, infinity dipping pool, cooling system, a view of the Strip from a private balcony and an exciting, oasis-like pool scene. Encore Beach Club is also gearing up for Art of the Wild 2020, a three-day underground music experience, March 13 – 15, to bring some of the most acclaimed artists in techno and house to transform the stages of award-winning venues XS Nightclub, Encore Beach Club and Encore Beach Club at Night.
Partygoers can enjoy the all-new Las Vegas Party Pass offering unlimited access to the city’s best parties and the world’s top artists at one simple price. The Las Vegas Party Pass is a one-stop-shop providing guests the ability to party hop at OMNIA Nightclub inside Caesars Palace, and Hakkasan Nightclub and WET REPUBLIC Ultra Pool at MGM Grand, including entry to more than 10 events spanning each Thursday through Sunday.
FUN IN THE SUN
Bare Pool Lounge at The Mirage Hotel & Casino opens for the season March 12, enhancing the secluded, adults-only tropical ambiance with sounds from the hottest DJs, along with refreshing specialty cocktails and poolside snacks.
Relax in the sunshine at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas featuring eight luxurious poolside cabanas along with the Pool Bar and delicious poolside fare – including hourly complimentary passed frozen fruit and Evian spritzes – perfect for those looking to escape the parties and unwind poolside while on the Strip.
The Venetian Las Vegas completed a remarkable redesign of its pool deck, setting a new standard in luxury and extraordinary experiences in Las Vegas. The new pool deck takes design cues from the Italian Riviera, as well as the addition of 10 premium poolside cabanas with over-the-top amenities, some of which feature private plunge pools. The Aquatic Club is an exclusive 21+ pool experience for resort guests offering up privacy and style with a twist, inspired by the timeless swim, racquet and lawn clubs of the past. Every day evolves with new experiences for guests to discover, including throwback pool cocktails, art-adorned cabanas and a playful range of music.
The Pool at the Plaza in Downtown Las Vegas is making waves with the 2020 pool season. Opening April 1, the 70,000-square-foot roof top pool deck gives sun worshipers plenty of space for relaxation and entertainment. Experience a poolside food truck with revamped food and cocktail menu, monthly cocktail features and a Cabana 101 special – buy a select bottle of liquor for $101 and your cabana rental fee is waived.
Indulge in an exclusive pool scene at Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Featuring an intimate, upscale, European-style pool experience overlooking the 11-acre Mandalay Bay Beach, Moorea Beach Club features dipping pools, daybeds, opium beds, sand cabanas and a private pavilion with five villas, each with its own deck and a spectacular view of Mandalay Bay. DJs provide the soundtrack spinning poolside and dazzling cocktails and light bites complete the pool party experience.
Delano Beach Club is a posh yet playful take on the Las Vegas pool scene – combining effortless luxury with whimsical elements and personalized services synonymous with the boutique hotel. Comfortable seating options including 16 cabanas and bespoke touches like an in-water chess set.
The Tropicana Pool at Tropicana Las Vegas kicks off its pool season March 9 with an all-new pool menu of delectable summer bites to be enjoyed under the sun in the tropical setting surrounded by palm trees and flowing waterfalls. For a one-of-a-kind experience, visitors 21 and over can try their luck at one of the swim-up pool blackjack tables while sipping their favorite summer cocktails.
This season, M Resort Spa Casino brings back DayDream Pool Club pool party every Saturday and Sunday beginning April 4. The 12,000-plus-square-foot, adults-only oasis features DJs, lush landscaping, a unique ice-railed bar, an infinity-edge pool and newly upgraded VIP amenities, including luxurious cabanas.
Feel like you’re at Carnival in Brazil at VooDoo Beach at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. The beautiful, tropical pool complex includes four different pool areas, cascading waterfalls, three whirlpools and two bars where guests can enjoy specialty cocktails made by flair bartenders.
Guests can also relax poolside in one of 500 lounge chairs and order food via mobile phone without even leaving their seat. For the ultimate indulgence, treat yourself to a poolside spa treatment.
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