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Las Vegas Pool Parties, Dayclubs & Beach Clubs

Known for their raucous and celebratory atmosphere, pool parties in Las Vegas are the perfect setting to cut loose and forget about the world, and problems, you left behind at home. A popular activity for younger visitors, a pool party could be the perfect itinerary item for a Las Vegas bachelor party or bachelorette party.

We thought it would be helpful to create a list of pool parties with links out to each of their calendar of events to aid in comparing your options. For each dayclub, you’ll quickly be able to gauge the entertainer and price of admission the day you wish to visit.

Before making the trip, ensure you check the venue’s attire requirements as Las Vegas dayclubs commonly restrict items like basketball shorts, hats, or team jerseys. Pool attire is typically a requirement to be granted entry.

Pool Parties In Las Vegas on the Strip

Bare Pool Lounge at Mirage

Bare is secluded in the jungle-like foliage at Mirage and offers a “toptional” adults-only experience. A smaller venue than others on the list, Bare commonly hosts DJs and events which can be viewed here along with prices for admission.

Bare Pool at Mirage
Bare Pool Lounge – Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Tao Beach Club at Venetian

Fresh off of a lengthy renovation project, Tao Beach Club at Venetian bills itself as a “Balinese-inspired tropical oasis” and features entertainers like Alesso, Fisher, and Chris Lake. The 47,000 square foot venue can accommodate up to 3,000 people and has 21 cabanas, some with a private pool. See the entertainment calendar for Tao Beach Club here.

Aerial photo of the pool at Tao Beach Club
Courtesy of the LVCVA

Liquid Pool Lounge at Aria

Another dayclub on the smaller side of the spectrum, the Liquid Pool Lounge at Aria offers a more intimate party scene than its larger peers on the Strip. Equipped with 8 cabanas, a 1,200 square foot pool, and high-quality food and beverage offerings, Liquid delivers upon the quality you would expect from an upper-echelon resort like Aria. See more info regarding Liquid here.

Liquid at Aria
Liquid Pool Lounge – Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Drai’s at Cromwell

There are few better ways to party in Las Vegas than on a rooftop in the middle of the Strip. The Beach Club at Drai’s comes to life Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with notable performers like DJ Pauly D, Juicy J, and Maria Romano among others. The full event calendar for Drai’s Beach Club, along with pricing can be found here.

Drai's Rooftop pool at Cromwell
Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Daylight Beach at Mandalay Bay

A tropical oasis in the shadow of Mandalay Bay, Daylight offers a rowdy pool party environment in a large 50,000 square foot venue that can accommodate an impressive number of partygoers. In addition to a sprawling 4,400 square foot pool, Daylight boasts an enormous main stage with equally large LED screens. Check out Daylight’s events calendar, here.

Daylight Beach also offers a 360-degree tour on their website.

Pool at Daylight Beach at Mandalay Bay
Daylight Beach – Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay

Also located at Mandalay Bay, the Moorea Beach Club is a smaller venue with a more upscale, laid-back vibe. The pool is adult only and tops are optional. See pricing for daybeds and cabanas at Moorea here.

Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay
Moorea Beach Club – Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Wet Republic at MGM Grand

Another sprawling Las Vegas pool party venue, Wet Republic spans over 54,000 square feet and boasts 10 saltwater pools. With over 6,000 square feet of water surface area, the pools themselves at Wet Republic offer more space than some venues in their entirety. The full event calendar at Wet Republic can be viewed here and is full of big names like Steve Aoki, DJ Shift, and Loud Luxury among others.

Pools at Wet Republic
Wet Republic – Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts

GoPool at Flamingo

Flamingo’s GoPool dayclub is surrounded by lush foliage and even incorporates palm trees into the middle of the main pool. Other prominent features of the pool complex include a lagoon, waterfall, and nearly 30 cabanas available for rent. Check the GoPool events calendar here for entertainment, ticket prices, and specials.

Flamingo's GoPool Photographed from above.
GoPool from above – Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Ayu at Resorts World

Resorts World is the newest resort on the Strip, and they spared no expense on their new dayclub, Ayu. Complete with a Polynesian Island feel, Ayu also bosts resident performers like Zedd, DJ Snake, and Tiesto. As one of the hottest beach parties in town, you’ll want to check Ayu’s events calendar and reserve your spot early.

Cabanas, seating and the stage at Ayu Dayclub
Rendering courtesy of Resorts World Las Vegas

Encore Beach Club

A 3-level pool complex surrounded by cabanas, Encore Beach Club is regarded as one of the best pool parties in Las Vegas. Living up to that billing, the dayclub (which also offers parties at night) attracts top-tier talent like Diplo, David Guetta, Marshmello, and The Chainsmokers. The event calendar, along with ticket information for Encore Beach Club can be found here.

You’re also invited to take a 360-degree tour of EBC before booking.

Pool surrounded by palm trees at Encore Beach Club
Photo Credit Barbara Kraft – Courtesy of Wynn Resorts

Marquee Dayclub at Cosmopolitan

Weighing in at 22,000 square feet, the Marquee Dayclub at Cosmo offers 2 pools in a multi-level venue located in between Cosmopolitan’s Chelsea and Boulevard hotel towers. Check Marquee’s event calendar here for upcoming performers and pricing.

Azilo Ultra Pool at Sahara

A Moroccan themed dayclub, Azilo first opened in the fall of 2021 and boasts a 10,000 square foot video wall, 10 cabanas, and 20+daybeds and lilypads. See the event calendar for Azilo, here. Below, is a shot from Azilo’s Instagram that captures the club.

Hopefully, one of the above Las Vegas pool Parties was able to help you find a dayclub or beach club that will work for you and your group. Fortunately, there’s a pool party for every taste and preference, with some attracting big crowds, and others offering a more intimate and chill vibe.

Related: Pools non-guests can access in Las Vegas and pools open year-round.

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