Las Vegas is not always known for its day scene, but in recent years it has become just as much fun whilst the sun is up as it is after night fall. So whether you are more of a morning person, you're looking for something to do until the nightclubs open, or you are recovering from jet lag, a day club is a great place to begin.
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At The Bare Pool Dayclub in Las Vegas you will find a delightful retreat from all the usual Las Vegas crowds. With how popular Las Vegas has become for families with children, many people seek out a more traditional Las Vegas experience at adult-oriented dayclubs.
At the Bare Pool you can expect to see people bathing by the pool, drinking, swimming, and generally having fun. It is advertised as a “Euro style pool”, which means that even though nobody has to go topless, and most people choose to wear a bikini or nipple pasties, you will probably see some topless ladies.
The décor is, as you would expect, standard poolside décor with a trendy, sophisticated edge. If you want to go somewhere the water is clean, the lighting is inviting, and you can see through the glass side of the pool into the water, this is a wonderful choice of venue. There are plenty of very comfortable deck chairs and shades for you to relax and nap, sun yourself, or drink and enjoy the view.
The refreshments are a delightful mix of daytime cocktails, standard sodas and hot drinks, and delicious snacks. Bottle service is available and is strongly recommended if you are spending the entire afternoon and evening there. There is seriously nothing better than relaxing by the pool and being served a continual stream of drinks.
If you want to dance it is not really the place. The Bare Pool has a much more relaxed vibe to it. There is some energy in the water, but more of a playful, easygoing nature than anything like a dance floor. The DJ plays hip hop as standard, and the music is anything from old school to latest hits.
The Bare Pool guests tend to be a bit older than the average nightclub guests at a Las Vegas club. Think 35 and up. You will definitely enjoy the peace and quiet away from the rowdy families and hungover teens, though.
To get into The Bare Pool you will obviously have to pay your cover fee and be clean, but besides that they are pretty relaxed. You can show up and will probably get in. That said, certain items are banned at the door: phones, food and drinks from outside, and any suspicious items may be confiscated or put in a locker for you. This is for everyone's safety and wellbeing.
The staff aim to be very friendly and to meet your every need, but bear in mind that if you try and break the rules you will get kicked out, pure and simple.
Booking a cabana is a great option if you are spending much of the day there, as it guarantees you a nice comfortable spot to return to between swimming, drinking, and socializing.