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Openings / Daylight Beach Club / Mandalay Bay / Pools / Pool Scenes / Adult Pools / The Light Group / → All Tags
From Daylight to Light to Eclipse, Mandalay Bay wants to be your new dusk-till-dawn nightclub destination. The club wars in Las Vegas hit the tipping point this weekend with the opening of the European-inspired Daylight Beach Club and the Cirque du Soleil-inspired club, Light. This may be the nightlife point of saturation for a dramatic year of Vegas resort shuffles and maneuvers.
We'll have an inside look at Light in another report, but here is pretty much every nook and cranny at Daylight.
Events / Memorial Day Weekend / Comedy / Music / Pools / Pool Scenes / Eating / Drinking / → All Tags
Our favorite time of the year? When it's nothing but one holiday after another! Memorial Day Weekend. Fourth of July Weekend. Labor Day Weekend. Pure (party time) bliss. And, with the first holiday weekend coming up fast, we couldn't wait any longer to check out what's on tap for Vegas May 24-27:
LIGHT nightclub opens May 24
DAYLIGHT Beach Club debuts May 24
Michael Jackson ONE launches May 23 (starting at $69)
Snoop Lion performs at Mandalay Bay Beach May 25 ($50)
Bell Biv DeVoe performs at Mandalay Bay Beach May 26 ($32.50)
Pools / Pool Scenes / Happy Hours / Drinking / Deals / LVH / Off Strip / Free Vegas / → All Tags
It may not be summer officially, but the temps in Vegas have called for poolside relaxation for weeks now. And, while the LVH pool may not be at the top of your list (or, let's keep it real, on your list at all), this just might get you to reconsider.
LVH has launched a daily "Cool by the Pool" happy hour that's open to not just guests, but to all who want to pop by. Set for 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., the best draw may be the chance to work on your tan for free while pregaming with 2-for-1 drink specials. Two dollar shrimp cocktails will also be offered. If that's not enough, LVH promises daily drawings with "fabulous prizes," too. If you win one, let us know how fabulous fabulous is.
LVH's pool deck can be found on the third floor.
VegasChatter Reviews / Bagatelle / Pools / Pool Scenes / Adult Pools / Bagatelle Beach / Tropicana / → All Tags
With nightclubs and day clubs, Las Vegas is a 24-7 party. Day clubs (some with pools, some without) make it easy for you to get your daytime debauchery on. You’re in Vegas, after all. Why wait ‘til the sun goes down to start drinking and dancing?
Recently, we were invited to visit one of the newer additions to the day and pool club scene, Bagatelle Beach at Tropicana, for some al fresco fun. Our party had a great time, but not without a few downsides. Here's the pros and cons:
She was fully aware that the dress code was "Toptional" but this being Vegas and not the French Riviera or wherever Kate Middleton likes to vacation, the scene was decidedly, well, Vegas-y. Her three observations are below:
#1: "Sad, lonely, hooker sitting by herself, topless desperately waiting for anyone to give her some notice."
#2: A Bachelorette party sporting hot pink DIY pasties.
#3: A couple engaging in nonstop PDA while taking selfie after selfie on their phones and in between heavy kissing, chomping down on SHRIMP nachos."
After reviewing a photo that she sent us (which we sadly cannot publish because someone's topless lady bits are in the way), we have an observation of our own to add: the lounge chairs are VERY close to each other. Which means that you could be minding your own business reading your Economist or New Yorker mag and someone could plop down right next to you and whip out their ta-tas. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing we guess. Anyways, just something to know before you go.
Have you your own observations on the Vegas Toptional Pool Scenes to add? Whip 'em out in comments below!
[Photo: Moorea Beach Club/Facebook]
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Stripper pool meet world. World meet stripper pool. When it comes to scoping out the new Sapphire Pool & Day Club there's more than one way to skin a cat. There's the in-person and high-powered zoom lens methods that we recommend, but not everyone has that kind of time or commitment. Thanks to the World Wide Web, the at-home voyeur can peek inside the pool by following it on Facebook (SapphireDayClub), Twitter (@SapphireDayClub), and Instagram (sapphiredayclub). Ya know, basically what the Internet was created for.
Pretty sure you only need two reasons to follow the Stripper Pool but since we're overacheivers we'll go for seven:
Mandalay Bay / DAYLIGHT / Pools / Pool Scenes / Pool Parties / → All Tags
Daylight Beach Club won't welcome the scantily clad until Memorial Day weekend, but you know we're way too curious to wait until then to see it.
The adults only pool scene will call Mandalay Bay home and, no, it won't replace toptional Moorea Beach Club. We popped by this morning to see how things were shaping up about one month out. A green privacy fence obscured a lot, but wasn't tall enough to conceal a sea of new cabana structures, among other buildings (shown above). We also spied concrete being poured and more than 20 palm trees waiting to be moved into position.
With the 2013 Vegas pool season upon us, a reader reminds us that it's not always a wet n' wild, sexually charged up time. We need to protect our belongings and not just our dignity while we're splashing around. But, how should we do this? We give some tips below. But first, here's what reader Ashley wrote to us:
In the past I've traveled to Vegas with my husband or my sister. Generally when relaxing in the pool we would leave our things, phones, money, IDs, in a bag under a chair. For whatever reason I have never felt unsafe doing this. Looking back it seems foolish. We were asking for someone to take our loot! Do you know if the MGM pool complex offers lockers? Or any pool safety tips? I'll be there in a couple weeks with my friend who's never been. Also being two girls in our mid 20's and petite we wouldn't scare off anyone trying to nab our things.
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There's nothing finer than laying out poolside in Vegas. Unless, of course, you have a shady retreat, steps away. But, just how much will that cabana by the pool cost you?
We found out the hard way last year that uncovering price tags for cabanas can be a difficult feat. Some resorts are wary of stating a starting fee, especially as cabana pricing can fluctuate just as much as room rates. Check out our updated list below for a sampling of charges*, but keep in mind -- just like last year -- the prices you hear in person may be higher than the ones on your screen. And, speaking of higher? Some rates have jumped by one to several hundred dollars a day.
Grass. Slides. Diving boards. Rafts. Inner tubes. Vegas pools of today may think they're all that, but they ain't got nothing on the pool scenes of yesteryear.
The Las Vegas News Bureau recently released file footage reminding us how lost Vegas really made fun in the sun, well, fun. No DJ required. Check out this video compilation showing Vegas pool life spanning the 40s to the 60s.
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Just because you're staying at one Vegas resort doesn't mean you're limited to that pool. Certain Vegas hotels will let you buy your way in to soak up the sun, and we're not talking about those adults-only pool parties, either. Here are a few of the Strip pools that will let you pay to play:
Garden of the Gods
$20 admission fee for non-hotel guests Friday through Sunday (must be 21+)
Daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
*Complimentary entry for up to four guests with a Caesars Palace or Nobu room key
$10 cover charge for non-hotel guests (down $10 from last year)
Free if a guest at another Caesars Entertainment property
Daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Vegas pool season is here, baby! With highs finally climbing into the 80s, the time is now to get nearly naked, poolside. And, for the first time, you don't have to
ask friends if they have an old MO key card book a stay at Mandarin Oriental to lounge poolside at Mandarin Oriental.
The CityCenter resort is now opening its 8th floor pool (shown above) to everyone... willing to book a cabana. Before you pfft, rates start at the fairly reasonable (for Vegas pools, anyway) rate of $350 and includes a bottle of Moet Ice champagne (a $60-ish dollar value according to Google).