Among its world famous casinos and nightclubs, Las Vegas is also known for its wet and wild beach club pool parties. Fortunately, there are a lot of beach clubs that you and your friends can hit up while you’re in town… unfortunately, how will you ever choose between them?
Luckily for you, we’ve compiled a list of the best beach clubs in Vegas that you definitely can’t miss. From the best DJ talents to the ultimate VIP treatment, we break down what you need to know. So, without further adieu, let’s dive right in! (Pun intended.)
Larger than a quarter of a football field, Wet Republic’s 2,500 square feet is situated as one of the best beach clubs in Vegas. Dance the day away as DJs perform in front of a 1,200 square foot LED wall for the best visuals. Expect the talents of Calvin Harris, Zedd, Steve Aoki, and so many more! Wet Republic is currently undergoing some renovations just in time for the summer 2020 season. With salt water pools, an open-air lounge, and luxurious amenities throughout, you’ll be glad you went.
The next Vegas beach club on our list is located at the Encore Hotel and trust us when we say that it doesn’t disappoint. With 60,000 square feet to tempt your inner partygoer, you’re sure to have a great time at Encore Beach Club. It’s DJ roster is stacked with the music stylings of David Guetta, Dillon Francis, the Chainsmokers, and a lot more Vegas talent.
A staple event here in Vegas, Wynn Nightlife’s night time pool party events earns them their spot as one of the best beach clubs in Vegas. Cool off day and night all weekend long, it’s the perfect combination of daytime pool excitement and a nightclub’s atmosphere and entertainment. Get ready for four whole nights of legendary partying at XS Night Swim!
The Mandalay Bay’s Daylight Beach Club venue is among the best beach clubs in Vegas. Considered to be one of the most iconic clubbing destinations in Las Vegas, you can expect a season jam packed with star-studded talent. Party it up with performances from artists such as Jeezy, DJ OoKay, Morgan Page, and more in Daylight’s 50,000 square foot open-air venue. While you’re there, take advantage of their three pools, VIP cabanas, and exclusive service.
The next best beach club in Vegas you should know about is the award-winning TAO Beach. Refining the art of daytime indulgence, TAO boasts itself as ‘the original pool party on the Las Vegas Strip.’ Dance to the music of the best DJs, enjoy bottle service in one of TAO’s twelve opulent cabanas, or take a dip in the pool. Located at the Venetian, TAO Beach’s Eastern-inspired decadence is perfect for party-goers looking to relax in the lap of luxury.
Unlike some other Vegas beach clubs, Bare Pool Lounge has a much more intimate feel. It is also one of the few beach clubs in Vegas that allows for European style sunbathing—meaning women can go topless if they want. Escape to this poolside lounge and enjoy appearances from guest DJs known for their electric shows in some of the best beach clubs in Vegas every Thursday to Monday.
An absolute water wonderland, Drai’s Beachclub in Vegas is located on the top of The Cromwell on the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy their luxurious cabanas, VIP booths, bungalows, and day beds from day until night. Insider tip? The best cabana locations are on the first level to the right once you enter the venue.
Found at the ARIA Resort & Casino, LIQUID Pool Lounge is definitely one of the best beach clubs in Vegas. This adult’s only pool is tucked away at the back of the resort in a world of its own. If you’re looking for the ultimate VIP experience, LIQUID is definitely the place for you. Enjoy the high-tech amenities of their private cabanas, including flat screen TV and mini fridge and exclusive guest services.
Tickets for our 2020 season are now available! Check out Exodus Las Vegas for the ultimate VIP cabana experiences, the biggest pool parties available, and where to go for the best DJs. We’ve got you covered—unless you want to sunbathe European style, that is.
Get out your best swimsuit and get ready to party at the best beach clubs Vegas has to offer.
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