Global hospitality company Hakkasan Group, in partnership with MGM Resorts, is resuming operations and now accepting reservations at its two award-winning pools on the Las Vegas Strip. Wet Republic Ultra Pool at MGM Grand and Liquid Pool Lounge at ARIA are set to open on Thursday, July 2 ahead of the fourth of July holiday weekend.
In adherence with Gaming Control Board restrictions for dayclubs; both venues will pivot their regular offerings and re-open as extensions of the resort pools to support customer demand. Bungalow, Deluxe Cabana and Daybed reservations are required for hotel and non-hotel guests and all visitors must be 21 and over.
With health and safety protocols at the forefront: the venues have moved to a paperless menu system via a scannable QR code from cell phones; daybeds and lounge furniture will be separated to allow for physical distancing; and a rigorous cleaning plan will also be implemented.
With a multi-million dollar architectural and state-of-the-art immersive audio-visual revamp completed earlier this year, Wet Republic’s bungalows, deluxe cabanas, and daybeds are available for reservations with bottle service packages served. The venue’s renovation offers guests two new plunge pools spanning nearly 100 feet in length, ten upgraded cabanas along with 12 modernized bungalows each including spacious seating and a giant flat screen TV and additional furniture upgrades.
LIQUID Pool Lounge is the premier adult-only pool lounge at ARIA Resort & Casino. LIQUID is an alfresco hideaway, offering poolside pampering and a premier experience with luxurious dipping pools, refreshing cocktails and delicious food offerings. Upon arrival, guests can sink into one of LIQUID’s eight secluded cabanas or opt to relax on one of the daybeds that line the main pool and provide a more integrated experience.