It’s been two years in the making, but the highly anticipated return of the beloved Tao Beach Dayclub is here. Completely re-imagined with new, exciting and elevated experiences, Tao Beach Dayclub is coming back better than ever. The rooftop pool is more than double its original size, which means more people can enjoy the wet, wild, and electric atmosphere – starting this Spring.
Tao Beach Dayclub – It’s Back
It’s been a long day in Las Vegas. The afternoon is here, and the hot desert sun is starting to drain you. You could head up to your room in one of the Venetian Resort towers – but you hear the sounds of music and splashing, and you know where you need to go. The Tao Beach Dayclub calls you – the massive pool, DJ stage and variety of drink and dining options the perfect place to while away the toasty afternoon hours. Cool off in the crystal blue waters or slide under an umbrella and sip a cocktail while the vibrant pooldeck plays around you – it’s time to get back to Tao Beach Dayclub.
Award-winning global architecture and design firm Rockwell Group has really brought their A-game in this revival of Tao Beach Dayclub. The 5-acre pool is double the size it was before, which means that more guests can come to be wowed by the top-of-the-industry experience Tao Hospitality has brought to bear. Now, more than 3,000 people can come dip their toes in the pool, watch the live DJ sets or sip cocktails – the sky is the limit in this unique, open-air destination. A brand-new DJ booth takes center stage, bringing the opportunity for guests to dance poolside to the best entertainment in the business.
For a more individualized experience, guests can reserve 21 luxury cabanas and 7 VIP cabanas, which come with private plunge pools and peerless views of the pool deck.
It’s a Balinese-inspired design, the design palette of the reimagined space using natural wood with orange and warm wood tones to provide a beautiful contrasting background against the brilliant blue of the pool, sky, and art installations throughout. Two 15-foot-tall sculptures from Daniel Popper add a sense of majesty and elegance to the pool deck.
Tao is drawing on its extensive experience with fine dining to offer a variety of options from the poolside and cabana menu. Sushi boats and edible sculptures add some whimsy and decadence, and Tao is adding seafood towers, sashimi carved table-side, and elegantly crafted hand rolls among other delectable culinary experiences for guests to select between dancing, swimming, or sunning on the pool deck.
The Venetian Las Vegas
Tao Beach Dayclub is at the heart of one of Las Vegas’s grandest hotels. A stay at The Venetian is like being transported to Italy, with every single design element created to be an immersive touch. Completed in 1999, the resort is an ode to Venice, Italy, and all the unique culture, art, and atmosphere of the floating city. To ensure an authentic feel that was true to the original, intensive research was conducted and artists brought to transform the sands of the Nevada desert into a breathtaking water city.
The Venetian Resort describes the lengths to which they went to ensure that every inch of the resort was perfect, “To achieve that goal, authentic materials were imported and artisans commissioned to bring Venice to Las Vegas. Verde St. Denis, a green stone found in the Italian Alps is used throughout the resort. The 25-foot-high columns in the main colonnade are solid Botticino marble. The frescoes that adorn the ceilings were hand painted by Italian artists. The three-dimensional pattern on the floor in the colonnade was hand fitted with Italian marble. This was to perfectly replicate the floor of the Church of Santa Maria del Rosario.”
The resort spans three all-suite towers: The Venetian, The Palazzo and The Venezia. Guests can expect a commitment to “sophisticated play and lighthearted luxury,” with a spa, world-class restaurants, two massive casinos, Tao Nightclub and more. If you’re looking to shop, head for the Grand Canal Shoppes for a truly unique day.
Alesso and Tao Make Waves
And now The Venetian has something else extraordinary to brag on – world-renowned, award-winning Swedish DJ Alesso. For years, Alesso played at Wynn Las Vegas but now he’s starting an exciting new residency at Tao Beach Dayclub, alongside platinum-selling DJ and producer Fisher. This is Fisher’s second year of residency with Tao Group Hospitality.
In typical Tao Group style, the newly reopened Tao Beach Dayclub will offer a fantastic array of top talents in music, including Grammy-nominated producer and Black Book Records founder Chris Lake and others.
If you’re ready to get back to Tao Beach Dayclub – or try it out for the first time – you don’t have much longer to wait. The exact re-opening date hasn’t been announced yet but we know that it will be Spring 2022.