Las Vegas Pool Parties Gear Up For Summer 2013 Season Daylife and Nightlife Converge in the Entertainment Capital of the World with an Electric Summer Experience Featuring the Hottest DJs and Lavish Settings
LAS VEGAS, March 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Las Vegas pool party scene is back with a splash for the 2013 summer season. Taking world-class nightlife outdoors, the world's entertainment capital is known as the epicenter for famed headlining DJs and electronic dance music (EDM) mecca, which is the heart of Vegas dayclubs.
Touted as the original dayclub in Las Vegas, this year marks the 10th anniversary of REHAB at Hard Rock Hotel, opening April 19. REHAB Sundays continue to be one of the hottest summer parties on the Strip, with chic cabanas, lively music and gorgeous people.
The new dayclub on the block is DAYLIGHT Beach Club at Mandalay Bay, a revolutionary open-air entertainment and nightlife destination that will premiere during Memorial Day Weekend. WET REPUBLIC will welcome GRAMMY Award-winning Calvin Harris as he kicks off his exclusive DJ residency Sunday, April 7.
XS, the sophisticated nightclub within Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, combines the alluring elements of daylife parties with the energy of the nightlife scene at Night Swim. Also at Wynn Las Vegas, Encore Beach Club will launch its spring preview with the official season grand opening taking place on Saturday, April 6, featuring a DJ set by EDM sensation David Guetta.
Taking its famed nightlife headliners outside, Marquee Dayclub at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers three-story bungalow lofts, poolside cabanas with infinity pools and a massive party deck. The Pool District at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas offers guests newly-crafted menus and cocktail lists with the return of Bubbles & Brunch, The Neapolitan of Las Vegas, Dive-In Movies and an expanded "Set Your Life to Music" concert lineup.
Palms Pool at Palms Casino Resort, now open, is heating things up with the return of Las Vegas' ultimate pool party, Ditch Fridays on Friday, May 3, beginning with a star-studded line-up of performances and appearances throughout the summer. High above the award-winning Tank pool at the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino, guests can relax with signature cocktails while mingling with friends and family in a luxurious private cabana or daybed.
Las Vegas' most enchanting summer destination, Venus Pool Club within Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace, returns for its seventh season, Monday, April 22.
For a more intimate experience, guests may lounge in style at DayDream, the Pool Club at M Resort. Head out to Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa for more than three acres relaxation with 19 irresistible private cabanas, and an island fountain. Located on our 8th floor, the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas pool deck boasts stunning views overlooking all of CityCenter. The tranquil pool at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas transports guests into another world. Set within the hotel's lushly landscaped gardens, the pool deck features an outdoor pool, two whirlpools, chaise lounges and arbours for shade.
For more information about Las Vegas pool parties or to book a summer vacation, visit LasVegas.com.
While today's Las Vegas hot spots prepare to open for the summer season, the Las Vegas News Bureau reached into its archives for a glimpse at pool parties of the past. Photo and video images from the 1940s, 50s and 1960s include Jayne Mansfield, Elvis Presley and Cyd Charisse, and pools at the Sahara, Tropicana, Flamingo, New Frontier, Desert Inn, Stardust, Caesars Palace, Dunes, Thunderbird and El Rancho. Journalists and news organizations can request this archival content from the News Bureau at email@example.com.
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