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Vegas can be described as an adult playground and Vegas dayclubs and pools are often adult natured. While there are numerous Day Club/ Pools to choose from TripBlock has compiled a go-to list by Party Level. Whether you’re in the mood to bask in the sun and sip a cocktail or dance and party with the latest featured DJ, there’s a venue fit for you.

There are a number of factors that can impact a club’s party level such as day of the week, events, promotions, holidays, etc. Please be mindful of events as they may be a deciding factor if you prefer something more relaxing or a full on rager!

Club contact information is listed, feel free to contact the club and ask about their upcoming events!

Party Level:


and Chill


Foxtail Pool Club @ SLS Las Vegas

2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 761-7621

At the SLS, the Foxtail Pool Club is a relaxed — yet still fun, cocktail-slinging — spot with a bar and rubber ducky theme. Guests come here to soak up the sun, nosh on tasty bites, sip fruity cocktails, and lounge on the daybeds and lilypads. Cabanas and upgraded VIP cabanas are also available, and revelers can continue the party at the connected nightclub.

Why It’s Awesome: one of the newest pools on the Strip, everything here is shiny and sleek

Marquee Dayclub @ The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 333-9000

This is one of the few pool parties open in the winter months, thanks to its climate-controlled dome. It has a chilled vibe, in keeping with the Cosmopolitan’s relaxed and stylish ethos – without the big-name DJs – but it’s absolutely one of the best places to sit and sip a cool cocktail. If you’re flush with cash, the cabanas with their own private infinity pools are some of the best around.

Why It’s Awesome: Indoor and outdoor areas, multiple dance floors, and pool deck

Liquid Pool Lounge @ Aria Resort & Casino

3730 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 590-9979

Soak up some extra hours in Sin City, find restoration at Liquid, Aria’s super low-key pool. The ultimate poolside opulence, Liquid pool lounge is defined by its distinctive contemporary ambiance. A relatively intimate-sized venue and there are dancers and DJs, but the pool area doesn’t host the raging scene you’ll find most places.

Why It’s Awesome: two secluded dipping pools and a sit-down restaurant if you need a breather

Party Level:

Fun times and

Good Vibes



Palms Pool & Dayclub @ Palms Casino Resort

4321 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 942-6832

The Palms is one of the most iconic casinos off the Strip and the same can be said for its “Ditch Fridays” pool party every (you guessed it) Friday. Picture tons of booze, DJ-spun tracks, and lots of wild water behavior. The good news (for most) is that “off” days at the pool are relatively calm, and hotel guests get in free every day of the week; but note: on Fridays and Saturdays, free entry only stands if you come before noon.

Why It’s Awesome: luxe cabanas include personal hosts, bottle service, multiple speakers, massive TVs, and even PlayStation and Xbox

Rehab Beach Club @ Hard Rock Hotel

4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169
(702) 693-5505

The most infamous pool party of them all, Hard Rock Hotel’s 10-year-old Rehab is absolutely legendary. Lines to get in can be more than an hour long in the heat, but no one seems to mind. Inside, the pool deck is covered in sand, locals and tourists alike flock to the Rehab to relax, cool off and release their inhibitions.

Why It’s Awesome: swim-up blackjack tables, poolside spa treatments, stiff drinks, and food from the Beach Club Bar & Grill.


Party Level: 


Encore Beach Club @ Wynn Las Vegas

3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 770-7300

Wynn Encore’s answer to daylife is a stunning complex of pools, bright orange daybeds, five-star cabanas, palm trees, champagne, cocktails by the pitcher, delectable grilled food, and pretty people dancing in the blazing desert sun. Arrive early, as it can be hard to get to into, especially when world-famous DJs and hosts like David Guetta, Diplo, and Skrillex are making an appearance.

Why It’s Awesome: 3 separate tiered pools, upper cabanas overlooking the pool, hottest DJ’s playing

Wet Republic Ultra Pool @ MGM Grand

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 891-3563

The powers-that-be at Wet Republic run DJ mecca Hakkasan during nighttime hours, so you can imagine the day-drinking soaked party that descends on MGM Grand. Bungalows come with private Jacuzzis and security detail, and there’s a menu of “skinny” drinks for those worried about keeping their figure bikini ready. There are even two salt-water pools for those who think they’ve seen it all.

Why It’s Awesome: 2 large saltwater pools, comfy furniture, large LED screens to accompany DJ sets

Vegas Dayclubs Do’s and Don’ts

Do hydrate; Don’t get hammered

Hanging around poolside, being social, enjoying the music and scene with an adult beverage in hand. We know how easy it can be to foreget to drink water. A good rule is for every alcoholic beverage you drink follow up with a cup or two of good ol’ H2O. If you’re going from the pool to the club, remember to pace yourself. Drinking too much at the day club could put a dent in your night. Also, Vegas pool security is notorious for kicking people who have had too much to drink out. Don’t be that person. Have fun and drink responsibly!

Do wear proper pool attire; Don’t wear a suit/ club attire

Vegas Dayclubs are a place for you to dress to impress. Most Las Vegas Day Clubs will enforce a strict swim attire dress code. You can be dressed to the 9’s in a little black dress or dapper suit and get turned away. We recommend saving that for your Vegas nights. Some of these pools require you to walk through hotel lobbies to get into, it’s a good idea to have a nice coverup going to and from.

No jeans, sweat pants, gym clothes, baggy clothes, plain t-shirts or tank tops, tennis shoes, boots…
basically dress fashionably suitable for the pool and you’re good to go!

Ladies: tasteful swimwear with a coverup, sundress, or nice pair of shorts and shirt paired with classy sandals or wedges
Men: Board shorts with a nice t-shirt are a proper mix, sandals and boat shoes are a green light.

Do wear sunscreen; Don’t underestimate the Vegas sun

SPF 30 or higher is recommended sun protection. Sunglasses are also a poolside must have. Las Vegas is an oasis built in the desert. Temperatures can soar and getting sun burnt is the worst. Don’t wait until your poolside to apply your sunscreen, walking the strip, waiting in lines, the sun can get ya! Throw some on before leaving your hotel and reapply as necessary!

Do bring the essentials; Don’t over pack

When attending a Vegas Dayclub, less is more. Security at the door is often described as more intense than TSA and they throw out anything illegal and even some common household items. Including but not limited to.. water bottles (opened or closed), food, eye drops, hand sanitizer, cameras/ GoPros, and etc. We recommend bringing only the essentials…
your ID, credit card, room key, medication with valid prescriptions, sunscreen
avoid bringing backpacks and large bags, there are lockers to stow your belongings but often cost the range of $50 or if you opted for a cabana you are welcome to keep your belongings there.

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