Yes, we’re in the dead of winter, and even though we have about two more months left of chilly season, we’re already dreaming of lounging poolside. This cold weather really makes it easy to fantasize about days spent under the sun and hitting the best day clubs with your friends.
Count our anticipation heightened even more by the news that the Tao Beach Dayclub is going to return with a completely reinvented, elevated experience. Raising the bar for the city’s pool scene, the Balinese-inspred tropical oasis will open in the spring at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas.
The dayclub’s reopening marks the final step in The Venetian's reimagining of its five-acre pool deck. Tao Beach alone has been two years in the making, signaling that guests are in for an unparalleled daylife experience.
Designed by award-winning global architecture and design firm Rockwell Group, the renovated space will be more than double its former size and will be able to accommodate as many as 3,000 guests. It will be invigorated by a natural material palette with orange and warm wood tones that act as a fitting backdrop for a variety of art installations, including two 15-foot sculptures by artist Daniel Popper.
Ultimately, all eyes will be on the center-stage DJ booth that will provide tunes for poolside dancing from, as Tao promises, today’s biggest main-stage acts.
More specifically, Tao Beach Dayclub will have an artist calendar anchored by Alesso and Fisher. The Swedish superstar is in the middle of a multi-year residency, while the platinum-selling DJ and producer is entering the second year of his residency with Tao Group Hospitality. The rest of the day club season will feature other top artists, including Grammy-nominated producer and Black Book Records founder Chris Lake.
Tao Beach Dayclub is also enhacning the pool-going experience with the option to make the day more exclusive. Guests will be able to reserve one of its 21 luxury cabanas, seven of which are VIP cabanas that include individual plunge pools and unobstructed views of the pool deck.
In addition, Tao is pulling from its rich culinary traditions for its new poolside and cabana menu. Highlights include Instagram-worthy oversized sushi boats and edible structures that are just as delectable, along with Tao restaurant favorites, like table-side carved sashimi and beautifully-crafted hand rolls.
Seasonal tickets are now available for purchase here.