Daylight Beach Club
3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Friday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Reservations: Required for cabanas, some concerts, and VIP service.
Location: At Mandalay Bay Las Vegas
Daylight Beach Club Description
Daylight Beach Club Party
An entertainment venue and pool complex in one, the Daylight Beach Club hosts events by day and night. The party really got going at the open-air venue in 2013, joining many of the new dining and entertainment options at Mandalay Bay. Like several of the restaurants and clubs across Las Vegas, Daylight is under the management of the Light Group.
Daylight Beach Club Las Vegas
Updating the Las Vegas pool party, Daylight’s beach club brings the feel of Ibiza and other chic destinations to the Las Vegas desert. The stylish setting features a pool that measures in at 4,400 square feet, surrounded by daybeds, cabanas, and a tropical setting. There's also an elevated stage with a state-of-the-art sound system and LED screens—hosting some of the hottest DJs around. In the first two summers Daylight was open, Alesso, Axwell, Skrillex, and other top names brought their talents to the Mandalay Bay pool club.
Daylight Beach Club at Night - Eclipse
While most of the partying takes place during the day, the Daylight Beach Club transforms into an outdoor nightclub. The parties, called Eclipse, feature plenty of live music that goes well into the wee hours of the morning—with the lights of Mandalay Bay twinkling in the backdrop. The Sunday night parties begin and make and continue until the end of the summer.
For those who want a VIP experience, they can make reservations for Daylight's private retreats. Surrounding the pool, 70 daybeds give the chance to relax and soak up the sun. The cabanas—23 in total—come with plenty of room to stretch out and lush tropical landscaping, plus access to the two VIP pools. The guests of the north side cabanas can access a 448-foot pool, and guests of the southern cabanas have smaller pool all to themselves. For the lucky guests who rent the cabanas, they're treated like royalty with attendants to take care of their every need.
Whether you're planning to stay in the cabana or just enjoy the pool, here are some helpful things to know about Daylight Las Vegas. Like many of the pool parties and nightclubs, a cover charge is required. The exact amount varies according to the event. The dress code is upscale beach clothes, so that means no baggy clothes, boots, or cut-offs. Tasteful swimwear is encouraged for all guests.