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The Aquatic Club at The Palazzo Las Vegas offers up privacy and style with a twist, inspired by the timeless swim, racquet, and lawn clubs of the past.
Every day evolves with new experiences for guests to discover, including throwback pool cocktails, boozy artisan ice pops, art-adorned cabanas, and a mischievous range of music. Houston Chronicle notes “An alternative to the conventional Las Vegas day club, The Aquatic Club is a more couture, boutique experience.”
The Aquatic Club
For those interested in Las Vegas day clubs and pool parties, The Aquatic Club is an exciting alternative. Haute Living was thrilled to report “The Aquatic Club offers up sophistication and style with a twist.” It stands apart from what already exists in the Las Vegas day club and adult pool line-up. It’s purposefully different in almost every regard. It is bespoke in scale and timelessly cool. The Aquatic Club offers poolside fare from Wolfgang Puck including sushi, salads, and the chef’s signature pizzas. The beverage menu offers retro gin drinks like Bees Knees and French 75, and contemporary cocktails, with fresh fruity vibes. In addition, throwback snacks from The Prohibition Treat Trike – including spiked ice cream bars and boozy ice pops.
Although reservations are not required, for those who wish to reserve a cabana, daybed, or lounge chair in advance, please contact reservations at 702.767.3724. Find out for yourself why Travel Weekly raved, “day life grows up at The Palazzo’s new Aquatic Club.”
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About The Palazzo Las Vegas
The Palazzo is a luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It is the tallest completed building in Nevada. Designed by the Dallas based HKS, Inc., the hotel offers luxury in an Italian Renaissance ambiance. The hotel and casino are part of a larger complex (operated as one hotel) comprising the adjoining Venetian Resort and Casino and the Sands Convention Center, all of which are owned and operated by the Las Vegas Sands Corporation. – Wikipedia