Las Vegas pool party essentials: Details on admission, security and drink prices at Encore, Drai’s and 8 more

by | Apr 15, 2022 | Travel

Interested in checking out a Las Vegas pool party? You’ve got plenty of options.Dayclubs can be found across the Las Vegas Strip and even downtown on Fremont Street. While each offers its own unique spin on things, you’ll find plenty of familiar sights across each. There are the $40-plus drinks. The DJ pumping electronic dance music. The waitresses in wedges and the pool’s bikini color of choice. A lack of shade unless you pay up for a plush cabana or daybed. ONE WEEKEND, 10 VEGAS POOL PARTIES:$50 cocktails, long lines for Snoop Dogg and twerking in thongsHEADING TO A LAS VEGAS POOL PARTY?:Don’t make these rookie dayclub mistakesUSA TODAY reporters spent a weekend anonymously visiting 10 dayclubs in early April, taking note of the wait times, drink pricing, admission rates, security checks and more. The two reporters entered with general assignment tickets or through guest lists and paid for their own food and drink to paint an accurate portrayal of what visitors can expect at Las Vegas pool parties. Here are some basic details you can expect to find at each pool. NO SELFIE STICKS, EYE DROPS OR SOCKS WITH SANDALS:No selfie sticks, eye drops or socks with sandals: 8 crazy entry restrictions at Las Vegas’ pool partiesEncore Beach Club: What to knowHotel: Encore  Admission: Men $150, women $100Line: Guest list line took about 20 minutes at 12:30 p.m. Saturday Security:  Metal detector and bag check to enterSeltzer: $15Lockers:  $75Self-parking: Complimentary Did you know: The pool does run out of room. A USA TODAY reporter spotted a “sold out” sign near the entrance around 4:15 on April 2.Drai’s Beachclub: What to knowHotel: The CromwellAdmission: Men $50, women $30 Line: 30 people deep before 11 a.m. openingSecurity: Metal detector and bag checkHard seltzer: $15Lockers: $25Self-parking: $15 one to three hours, $18 three to 24 hours. Did you know: There’s a spot in a corner of the pool to catch the Bellagio fountains show. Wet Republic Ultra Pool: What to know  Hotel: MGM GrandAdmission: Men $50, women $30 Line: No line at 1:30 p.m. FridaySecurity: Quick bag checkHard seltzer: $13Lockers: $50Self-parking: $12 for one to four hours, $15 for four to 24 hoursDid you know: There’s plenty of big talent at the pool. There was a surprise appearance from TV personality Brody Jenner in the DJ booth on April 3. Tao Beach Dayclub: What to know Hotel: The VenetianAdmission: Men $50, women $30  Line: The line took about five minutes to get through. An employee mentioned that it had been moving fast the entire day despite the large crowds.Security: Bag check and metal detectorHard seltzer: $13Lockers:  $30Self-parking: ComplimentaryDid you know: Don’t be surprised if you find one-dollar bills scattered across the club from guests “making it rain” and throwing money in the air.  Marquee Dayclub: What to know  Hotel: The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasAdmission: Men $40, women $25Line: No line at 12:30 p.m. SundaySecurity: Quick bag check.Hard seltzer: $14Lockers: $30Self-parking: $15 for one to four hours, $18 for four to 24 hoursDid you know: You need to come early if you want a spot. The day club offers little room to sit on the edge of the pool. Daylight Beach Club: What to know Hotel:  Mandalay BayAdmission: Men $30, women $20  Line: No line at 11 a.m. on Friday, April 1Security: Quick bag check at the door, but the dayclub has a one-towel-per-person rule that security enforces.Seltzer:  $12Lockers: $40Self-parking: Parking nearby at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. It’s $12 f …

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