When the first US Covid-19 case was discovered last year, we all felt our world turn upside down. From what we’ve had to endure, saying that it’s been challenging would be a drastic understatement.
For some, it’s been mentally exhausting. All the hand washing, disinfecting, and worrying can get to a person. And for those of us who’ve contracted the virus or had loved ones affected, well, it’s been scary. Through it all, though, many have found a silver lining, gaining greater strength and appreciation for what matters most.
Our great city is doing everything possible to make its return. Thanks to the hotels and Control Board, many steps are being taken to prevent the virus’s spread.
For example, temperature checks, sanitization, mask requirements, air filtration systems, capacity restrictions, and social distancing practices help guests stay as safe as possible.
When Will The Clubs Open?
Most pool parties and nightclubs have fully re-opened, and there aren’t any restrictions in place right now.
Even better, DJs and performers are back at the clubs. Yes, that means you can now see The Chainsmokers, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Deorro, Steve Aoki, Tyga, and more. You can check each club’s event calendar for dates.
Bottle service reservations and tickets are available at all pool parties and nightclubs. Most clubs are even offering free entry now on their guest list for ladies or even ratio parties.
Resorts World (the newest hotel to hit The Strip) is now open, and you can book reservations at the new pool party, Ayu Dayclub. In addition, Tiesto and Zedd have signed on for residencies.
It’s good to be back!
|Apex Social Club||Temporarily Closed|
|Daylight Beach Club||Open|
|Drai’s Beach Club||Open|
|Drai’s After Hours||Open|
|EBC Night Swim||Open|
|Encore Beach Club||Open|
|Lavo Party Brunch||Opens in October|
|Light Nightclub||Temporarily Closed|
|On The Record||Open|
|TAO Beach Club||Temporarily Closed|