Pool parties and nightclubs were two of the first venues to close when the coronavirus pandemic started in Nevada in March. And while the Nevada Gaming Control Board says neither can return in their former form quite yet, that hasn’t stopped resorts on the Las Vegas Strip from bringing toned down versions of the pool party and nightclubs back.
Parent company Play Management says the venue will offer music from local deejays instead of well-known names, along with bottle service, food, and frozen cocktails.
Customers need to make a reservation in advance for a daybed or cabana, and social distancing will keep the number of people at each limited.
Daylight plans to be open Thursdays through Sundays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Gov. Steve Sisolak closed casinos on March 17 to curb the spread of COVID-19. The Nevada Gaming Control Board issued guidelines to resorts to reopen that include maintaining 50 percent capacity, masks on staff, cleaning protocols, and social distancing throughout the casino. Casinos were permitted to reopen across the state on June 4.