In its heyday, Azure was a party hotspot inside the Palazzo Hotel & Casino, featuring celebrity appearances usually reserved for much bigger venues. Appearances by pop culture standouts like Shaquille O'Neal, Jenny McCarthy, Elizabeth Banks, and more dot an impressive resumé of past guests.
These days, Azure is more of a 21+ spa pool lounge, giving hotel guests the option of getting away from the families in the main pool and offering a relaxed, laid-back lounge atmosphere.
With larger pool venues now in place all around the Strip, this venue is no longer the hotspot it once was, though visitors may welcome the change of pace to the craziness of the big Vegas pool parties.
The Palazzo Pools 2021
Where is Azure located, exactly?
Azure Luxury Pool is located inside the Palazzo's pool area. Once you get into the pool area from the third-floor entrance (follow the signage inside the casino), there will be arrows pointing the way.
What's the vibe?
Gone are the days when Las Vegas nightlife powerhouse TAO Group was running this venue; it now functions as a boutique pool to give hotel guests a 21+ option and typically has a more laid-back vibe.
Dress Code & Proper Attire
Swim attire only, please! This is of the utmost importance. Everyone must have swimsuits on when entering a dayclub in Las Vegas – even if you don't plan on getting in the water! No long pants, no baggy clothing, no athletic wear – it's a pool party, dress like it!
Azure Luxury Pool is open every day that the regular hotel pool is open – that is, daily.
You can expect a more chill vibe on non-club days as it functions as a 21+ pool option for hotel guests looking to get away from the kids in the regular pool.
What's the Cost of Entry for Azure?
Hotel guests get free admission (with ID to verify guest is over 21 years of age). Non-hotel guests can access it by booking a reservation ahead of time or if the hotel is allowing non-guests to access their pool area with an extra fee (not always the case).
How much are drinks at a day club
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 for entry, bottle service, drinks, everything.
Why is that?
In contrast to nighttime venues – nightclubs, lounges, strip clubs, shows, etc. – there are far fewer pool venues and dayclubs in the city. While the population on the Strip gets spread out at night among many different places, it gets condensed into relatively few areas during the day.
In short – expect to pay a pretty penny at the bar to imbibe and rehydrate when at a Vegas pool party.
What can't I bring into 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 get into the Palazzo Pools?
Azure Luxury Pool Guest List
What is a guest list? Nightclubs and dayclubs 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.
Bottle service, at least in Las Vegas, refers to reserving a table inside a nightclub or day club.
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
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