The Price Is Right: VIP Bottle Service Cost at the Coolest Dayclubs in Vegas.
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It wasn’t that long ago that the most exciting thing happening poolside in Vegas was the floating black jack table. That changed 10 years ago when the Hard Rock launched its Dayclub Rehab. Since then, the Dayclub scene has become just as enticing as Vegas nightlife. Back then renting a cabana would run you around $300, now how much for VIP at Rehab Hard Rock has a lot to do with who’s performing, but expect to drop more than a couple of G’s. But with that comes a VIP experience like no other on the planet.
There are a number of ways to be a VIP at a Dayclub, where everything from your own private bungalow to a bed big enough for 6 is awaiting your suntan oiled body to party in the sun. If you can’t seem to decide where you want to open your bottle of Dom, consider what each has to offer for the price first.
Large groups of 15 or more can have their own party in the party with VIP service in a private bungalow or cabana. The Wet Republic Bungalow is where the celebrities chill with their own Jacuzzi, frig, HDTV, and chaise lounges. For the best view of the party on a Saturday afternoon, expect to pay about $7,500, $10,000 if they are hosting a special event. You can bring the party down poolside in a deluxe cabana with the same cool amenities and pay $5,000. Other Dayclub hot spots like the upscale Marquee offers similar perks in their grand cabanas, where you get your own pool in place of a Jacuzzi. Prices for a Marquee Dayclub grand cabana will range from $6,500 to $8,000 on a Saturday, depending on who is spinning the vinyl.
You don’t have to rent your own cabana to get exclusive VIP bottle service at a Las Vegas Dayclub. Every scene will have their own version of a table set up around the dance floor, complete with an umbrella, for you and about 8 of your closest friends to be right in the middle of the dancing bikinis. Just like the set up at your favorite night club, the poolside VIP table will come complete with bottles of liquor, ice, and mixers. Springing for VIP table service at the Wet Republic on a Saturday will run you anywhere from $4,000 to $5,000 depending on where the table is set up. Wet Republic even has a lounge area close to the bar but out of the sun where you can be a VIP for the day starting at $3,000.
No Las Vegas Pool Party is complete without a line of day beds around the perimeter of the pool. This unique feature of the Dayclub puts you right in the center of the melee, from the comfort of… well a bed. Big enough to fit to six to eight partiers, you and your friends will pay around $2,000 on the weekends for the luxury of having your own shaded spot to sip on your champagne. If you don’t mind getting wet (which you shouldn’t, this is Vegas), Encore Dayclub put the bed in the water and with a lily pad for the same price of a daybed at other Dayclubs. Starting at around $1500-$2500.
While at first glance, you may think that some of these prices are extravagant, but once you start dividing it up amongst your friends it just makes sense. That little extra that might come out of your pocket is well worth the VIP service and looks of envy you get.
When getting ready to book your VIP bottle service at a Dayclub, what really matters is that you get the vibe you are looking for. The Marquee is all about heavy beats and house music, while a venue like Tao Beach Club caters to celebrity events and DJ’s. Then you have Dayclubs like Wet Republic that thrive on big name hosts like Calvin Harris and Tiesto. Don't forget about Major DJ's like Chainsmokers, GTA , Steve Aoki and more. Vegaster will not only get you past the red ropes, they can help make sure the scene inside is exactly what you have in mind.
If you have a summer trip to Vegas planned for 2016, the Dayclub extravaganza blows up on Memorial Day weekend. World class DJ’s, like Afrojack at Wet Republic or Lema and Cash Cash at Marquee, running the show. Let’s not forget the celebs, like who will be hanging out at up and down the strip this summer season.
The most extraordinary thing about the concept of a Dayclub in Vegas is that nobody had thought of it sooner. In a city that has built its reputation around being the ultimate adult playground, it is only natural that the party scene turns 24/7.
How much is a Cabana at Marquee, Encore Beach, Wet Republic, Daylight Beach, Drais or Rehab? We know, and now you do! Maybe looking for the cost of a daybed or lily pad? We know that too. Check out these Insider prices brought to you by Vegaster:
*These are estimates. Day of the week and entertainment will dictate actual pricing.
Encore Beach: Patio Table: $700-$2100. Cabanas: $1,00-$5,000. Lily Pad: $700-$2,100. Bungalow: $3,000-$15,000. Water Couches: $2,000-$5000. Daybed: $1500-$3,000
Marquee Dayclub: Grand Cabanas: $3,000-$15,000. Cabana: $1,500- $3,000. Bungalows: $1,500-$7,000. Daybed: $250-$1,500.
Rehab: Cabanas: $1,000-$3,000. Premium Cabana: $2,500-$10,000. Bungalow: $5,000-$13,000. Poolside Couch: $500-$1,500. Daybed: $500-$1,500.
Wet Republic: Bungalow: $4,000-$10,000. Dance Floor: $1,500-$4,000. Stage: $2,000-$5,000. Daybed: $750-$2,000. Lounge Table: $1500-$2500
Tao Beach: Daybeds: $200-$500. Corner Couch: $500-$1,500. Cabana: $1,000-$4,000. Grand Cabana: $4,000-$10,000.
Drai's Beach: Pool Deck Couch $1,000-$3,000. Cabana: $1,500-$4,000. Bungalow: $1,500-$4,000. Daybed: $700-$1,500
Daylight Beach: Deck Couch $1,000-$3,000. Cabana: $1,500-$2,500. Grand Cabana: $2,500-$4,000. Daybed: $500-$1,500
Palms Pool: Lily Pad: $300-$2,000. Daybed: $400-$1000. Cabana: $750-$2,000.
Liquid/Bare Pool: Daybeds: $300-$500. Pool Table: $500-$1,250. Cabana: $1,000-$4,000.
General Rule For Seating:
Daybed: 6-8 Guests
Lounge Table: 6-10 Guests
Couches: 6-10 Guests
Cabana: 12-18 Guests
Bungalows: 25+ Guests
*Every Venue is different. Each is dictated by day, talent, gender mix and spend amounts. LIVE CHAT WITH A HOST FOR FURTHER DETAILS!
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