Liquid Pool Guest List
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DAYS OPEN: Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
LOCATION: Aria Resort & Casino
They say good things come in small packages. Tucked neatly behind Aria’s three other pristine pools in a world all to itself is The Liquid Pool. Liquid is about quality over quantity. A feeling of exclusivity permeates every aspect of Liquid. If you want the pool club experience in a more private setting with people who know how to party in an upscale and sophisticated style, you’ll want to dive into Liquid.
The overall design of Liquid is modern but low-key with the main pool surrounded by plenty of comfy daybeds and chaises for lounging in luxury and sipping signature libations. Eight luxurious grand cabanas are available all with a private pool, daybeds, large format TVs, and much more. The bar offers all your favorite treats while an open-air restaurant near the pool boasts delectable menu creations from Master Chef Brian Massie.
LIQUID POOL ENTERTAINMENT
While Liquid may be relatively small compared to other Strip pool clubs don’t be deceived: Liquid hosts some of the most off-the-hook events and is recognized as a premier party spot. Headlining DJs are set right in the middle of the action, and guests are encouraged to let loose, dance, and enjoy the experience.
GETTING TO LIQUID POOL
Liquid is located near the pools at Aria. To get there head to the second level taking the escalators up from the casino or from the north valet. From there follow the directions to the pools. Once you step outside the hotel let the staff there know you are headed to Liquid and walk toward the Liquid entrance.
The Aria Hotel Address is 3730 South Las Vegas Boulevard.
DRESS CODE AT LIQUID POOL
Dress code is required to ensure entry into Liquid Pool, especially for men. To avoid any problems getting into the pool party it is recommended that everyone wear pool attire. Men should have swimsuits. Know that pool parties do not usually allow cargo shorts, athletic shorts, jeans, or jerseys. Hats and sandals are of course allowed. For more information, read our complete Las Vegas nightclub dress code guide.