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Take Poolside Partying to the Next Level

When the nightclub scene erupted in Las Vegas, the next logical step was to capture and corral the music-loving partygoers while the sun was still shining. And so the day club was born. Now party pools are in full swing, and the best way to experience one is to join the cabana club. Amenities in these plush VIP retreats include televisions, fresh-fruit platters, dining delivery and bottle service. Here are three party pools with the most picturesque settings in Las Vegas.

DRAI’S BEACHCLUB THE CROMWELL

DRAI’S BEACHCLUB
THE CROMWELL

CABANA RESERVATIONS

The Pool at The LINQ
(702) 835-5713
Drai’s Beachclub
(702) 737-0555
Caesars Palace
loungereserve.com/caesarspalace

The Pool at The LINQ, the newest entry to the sun-drenched scene, celebrates its inaugural season with a pool deck in the shadow of the High Roller. Ten cabanas—complete with fresh fruit and veggies upon arrival, plus a refrigerator stocked with bottled water and the anti-hangover drink RESQWATER—ring the complex. The LINQ Hotel & Casino also sports 25 cabana suites with a patio connecting the room directly to the pool.

At The Cromwell, Drai’s Beachclub takes poolside partying to new heights. Perched above the iconic Las Vegas Strip, the rooftop pool redefines the day club experience with performances from renowned deejays and a view unlike anywhere in the city. Rent one of the 15 mezzanine cabanas or nine bungalows, each with a private shower and restroom, for a bird’s-eye view of the 30,000-square-foot pool deck.

The Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis at Caesars Palace is a serene, relaxing water world with 44 cabanas spread across eight pools. Relax in your cabana with a specialty cocktail among the columns of the iconic Temple Pool, take in the scene at the busy Neptune Pool—or go big with a Rule the Pool package, and rent out the entire Bacchus or Jupiter pools for a private party for you and up to 119 friends.

PHOTOGRAPHED ON LOCATION IN A POOL CABANA AT THE LINQ HOTEL & CASINO
PHOTOGRAPHS BY JERRY METELLUS

About The Author

Ryan Slattery grew up in Boston. It wasn’t until he moved to Las Vegas in 2003 that the city’s sports teams started winning championships—eight since he left. Now, he’s only allowed back to visit. Ryan is the managing editor of Vegas Player magazine and also writes about travel, entertainment and dining for a number of national publications.

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