Liquid Pool and Day Club Review
The Liquid Lounge is an adults’ only pool club that is relatively small compared to some of the others at 16,000 square feet, and tucked in behind the Aria resort’s three other pools in a world all to itself. This club has a boutique feel, and if you’re looking for something similar to the Wet Republic or Encore, you’ll be disappointed. It’s not trying to be either of those.
Liquid Pool Set up
The liquid offers two VIP pools that are surrounded by towering plants with 85 chaise lounges and 35 day beds available. For those who are looking for the ultimate in a poolside luxury, they also offer eight grand private cabanas – each equipped with a 40” flat screen TV and mini fridge.
Liquid Pool Admission and other fees
On most days, admission is $10 for women and $20 for men, while Saturday’s admission is $20 for women and $40 for men. Often, you’ll find that good looking women will get in for free, or be handed a VIP Pass for free entrance at some point.
The charges for lounges and day beds can vary greatly upon the crowd and the day of the week, but expect upwards of $100 which will go toward food and beverages. Compared to some of the other clubs, Liquid is a little less pricey.
Foods and drinks are on par with everything else in Vegas – expensive. Mixed drinks are $15, although they offer a special of $30 for a 32 ounce cocktail and you can even keep the cup.
Liquid Day Club Atmosphere
If you don’t like being surrounded by thousands of other half-naked people, the Liquid Lounge may be for you. While it can still get wild, it may be just slightly less-crazy, and lots of fun in a high-class atmosphere.
Tip: Thursdays is industry day at Liquid and generally is the best day to visit, with cheaper VIP options and an overall great vibe.
As with the most popular pool clubs, there are many gorgeous people to be found at poolside, mostly in their 20s and early 30s. The champagne fire drill administered by sexy beauties in bikinis is a highlight here.
While the Liquid probably won’t be bringing in acts like Kaskade or Deadmau5, they do bring in special guests occasionally such as Scooter & Lavelle and seem to have some awesome talent for music. You’ll hear great music selections that are well-blended by resident DJs and the special guests.
What this means to you is that you don’t have to pay the insane minimums for lounge chairs that some of the other clubs charge, which can be upwards of $500-$1,000.