LAS VEGAS Pool Parties
Day Clubs have become very popular in recent years – and it's not just about sitting poolside in the beating hot sun any longer. There are DJs, dance music, cocktails, table games, and, depending on the venue, topless European pool sections. You can reserve a cabana with a cocktail waitress and bottle service just like you would reserve a table in a nightclub. In fact, despite the recession of 2009, summer parties were at an all time high according to Melanie Salas, marketing manager of N9Ne group. "We actually did better this year than before, even in the economic crisis. We take pride in our customer retention, and we think that's why we had such good return this year."
If chilling poolside during the daytime is your idea of the perfect Las Vegas weekend, you may want to choose your hotel based on the atmosphere. There's nothing like stumbling downstairs after an intense night of partying to begin again at the beach club. Some day clubs are great for chilling and some are boisterous parties. Below are a few daylife highlights, but a phone call to Vegas VIP Services at +1 (702) 933-8997 will provide more in-depth information. Our VIP Hosts can match your desires with the most appropriate pool party in town and will tie up all lose ends with your reservations.
- Sexy bikini (ladies)
- Swim trunks (guys)
- Flip flops
- Sunscreen (very important)
- You'll also need towels and plenty of liquids, but you can get both of those items poolside.
If you're looking for a raging pool party during the spring, summer, and early in the fall, there are a few great choices. Hard Rock features Rehab Sundays, MGM Grand is home to Wet Republic, and the Palms is best known for Ditch Fridays at the Palms Day Club. Other notable pools in town include Venus at Caesars Palace's, Bare at the Mirage, Azure at the Palazzo, and Tao Beach at the Venetian. The pool at Mandalay Bay has sand, waves, and waterfalls. The Flamingo features flamingos and penguins and the sprawls and bends, featuring lots of little water slides. MGM and Monte Carlo both have lazy rivers. Whether you're looking to spend a day nursing your hangover or a day enabling your next hangover, there's a pool in Las Vegas with your name on it.
RESERVE A CABANA
Don't be fooled by thinking "they are cheaper than clubs", cabanas in some holiday weekends goes up to 20K, however most dayclubs charge anywhere from 1k to 10K depend on the pool, cabana and the location. let Vegas VIP Services reserve your cabana in one of the hottest parties.