Marquee Dayclub has been a solid entry in Las Vegas pool parties scene year after year. Though it no longer features the same level of headlining talent as it did once upon a time, it still draws huge crowds to its doors. Creative and reasonable pricing, innovative marketing, and its prime location in the center of the Strip power its success, and you can be sure to find many a drunken patron stumbling back to their hotel rooms with a visible Marquee wristband.
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Where is Marquee Dayclub located, exactly?
The entrance to Marquee is located on the Cosmopolitan's second floor, amidst the numerous shops and eateries on that level.
It's hard to miss: a series of purple barriers with the Marquee logo line the whole level during the venue's hours of operation, pointing the way to the club's check-in points.
What's the vibe?
One of the original rooftop dayclubs in Las Vegas, Marquee Dayclub, isn't the biggest pool venue in the city, by far, but it is a staple for many Vegas-goers' party diet.
Once a trance music mecca during its earlier days, you can now find a unique collection of artists headlining on the decks at Marquee, like Hip Hop standout DJ Mustard to electro house DJ Chris Lake.
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What days is Marquee Dayclub open?
Marquee Dayclub is open for the pool party Friday through Sunday during the summer months of Las Vegas – March through October. They are actually open as more a chill pool Monday to Thursday and have tables for a low minimum.
At night, the party goes indoors at the same venue for Marquee Nightclub, the Cosmo's nightclub experience.
What's the Cost of Entry for Marquee Dayclub?
General admission cost varies from event to event – the bigger the event, the higher the cost of entry.
Here's what you can expect to pay to get into the venue without being on a guest list, having pre-sale tickets, or a table reservation:
Males $50 - $100+
Females $30 - $50+
How much are drinks at Marquee Dayclub?
Drinks at the bar have a wide range of pricing, anywhere from a $15 vodka soda to an $80 giant plastic tumbler of an alcoholic slushie. Bottles of water cost $10!
Due to the insane amount of demand, dayclubs in Las Vegas tend to have higher-than-industry-standard pricing, and especially true for the mega-popular clubs like Wet Republic and Encore Beach Club.
Expect to pay a pretty penny at the bar to imbibe and rehydrate when at one of the bigger pool parties.
What can't I bring to the dayclub?
Here are some things that you will be either asked to throw away or go back to your room to deposit before coming back:
Vapes – while weed dispensaries are extremely popular and vaping is in vogue, most venues will not allow vapes inside their premises and will ask you to leave it in your room or at the very least throw away the cartridge inside, even if it isn't a CBD cartridge.
Camera equipment – the only recording equipment you are allowed to bring is the one on your phone. Digital cameras, selfie sticks, et al. are not allowed into the venue.
Prescription medication (or anything resembling pills) – if you need a specific type of prescription medication while you are inside the venue, you will have to bring the prescription and explain what the medicine is for; otherwise, expect to get pulled to the side.
Packs of gum – dayclubs tend to be a lot stricter about checking everything that goes into the venue, but guests have been known to try and sneak drugs inside packs of gum to get them into the venue, so expect to have your gum taken away at the door.
Oversized bags – anything larger than a ladies' clutch or a small knapsack will be denied into the venue. This applies to most backpacks, gym bags, totes, etc.
How Do I Gert In Marquee Dayclub?
Marquee Dayclub Guestlist
What is a guest list?Nightclubs and pool parties in Las Vegas use a certain type of promotion that they run to drive people to their doors early. This promotion allows people to sign up on a guest list that gives them certain perks – free or discounted entry, ladies free drinks, etc. – by arriving and checking in at the club by a certain time.
Does Marquee Dayclub have a guest list?
Marquee Dayclub typically has a guest list available for most of their events (with a couple of big event exceptions where they do force patrons to buy tickets or reserve bottle service – extremely rare events).
NOTE: Marquee Dayclub enforces a 1:1 ratio or more females (or all girls) to get on their guest list. Parties of all-males or male-heavy groups will be asked to pay general admission at the door.
Free Entry before 2 pm check-in + Open Bar12 pm-1 pm
Males (with 1:1 ratio or more females in group)
Free Entry before 2 pm check-in (Discounted Entry for some events)
Free Entry (early arrival recommended)
*Early arrival is required for Saturday events, especially with big headliners. Guestlist details are subject to capacity – if the club hits near capacity with the lines outside still full of people, the club may decide to start charging people early.
Please follow the recommended times on your guest list confirmation for the best results.
These are pretty straightforward: you buy tickets for an event ahead of time and redeem them at the door for entry. Simple enough.
While most attendees will opt for the perks of the guest list or reserve a table, some folks might prefer to buy tickets and guarantee their entry ahead of time, especially for big events where being on the guest list might require arriving before doors even open.
Bottle service, at least in Las Vegas, refers to reserving a table inside a nightclub or Dayclub.
By definition, it generally refers to someone buying their drinks by the bottle and not by individual drinks over the bar. In other clubs in other cities, there are instances when someone can buy a bottle and not get a table, but those go hand in hand in Las Vegas – you cannot buy a bottle inside a venue without having your own booth.
How do I read pricing for Bottle Service?
All nightlife and daylife venues in Las Vegas operate on a minimum spend system. The clubs assign prices to the different table locations inside their venue, and to reserve one, customers must commit to spend that amount before their table gets seated. In other words, the price listed on a pricing sheet under each table location is the minimum amount you need to spend to secure that location.
*Typical price sheets do not include tax, tip, and other potential venue charges
How can I get one of those cool bottle presentations?
Bottle presentations have become an art form over the years, and there are some truly absurd and over-the-top presentations.
To request one, you typically need to have a decent-sized minimum spend ($2000+) table and purchase one of the premium champagne bottle selections.
Tanks, tigers, boxing-themed presentations, champagne spraying… the list is seemingly endless for the creativity of the presentations these venues offer.
Simply let your host know, and we can communicate it to the server to arrange a presentation, or if a host is not present, your server can give you options on how to get a presentation done.
NON-EVENT PRICING (Most Fridays and Sundays) - $500 - $1,000+
*Pricing fluctuates depending on demand and may not accurately reflect the price for your date of arrival.
How Do I Calculate My Bill?
Let's break it down. Assuming you have a $500 minimum booked (and don't go over that total), here's how the bill would end up breaking down:
$41.88 (Nevada sales tax is 8.375%)
$41.23 (Venue Fee 9.045%)
$100 (20% tip to the server)
Just like you would with any investment (e.g., buying a car), it's always best to assume that there may be more to pay than the sticker price.
*That total doesn't include any potential "handshake deal" you might want us to make with the club's host podium to secure express entry or preferred location (on extremely busy nights). A handshake is a tip in industry terms; basically, there are times when we can cut a deal and tip the host podium to give us preferential treatment, whether it's to hold a specific table or give you a table at a lower minimum than advertised. These deals are cut on a case-by-case basis. Contact us on the button below, and we can advise you accordingly!
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NOTE: Some events may charge an extra Live Entertainment Tax (LET) depending on the headlining performer, though that typically is not the case for this venue.
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