One nightclub and two pools from Hakkasan Group plan to reopen in March. Nightclubs and pool parties still cannot reopen under the state’s latest COVID-19 guidance, but Gov. Steve Sisolak indicated that if the number of COVID-19 cases statewide continues to drop, they may be able to reopen in May, depending on the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s guidance. Until then, Hakkasan took a new approach to get some of their venues reopened.
Omnia, the nightclub at Caesars Palace, returns as a lounge. Customers can head to the terrace area with its views of the Las Vegas Strip on Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30 p.m. until late starting on Friday, March 5, for those 21 and older. For reservations, go online or call 702-785-6200.
Wet Republic Ultra Pool, the pool experience at the MGM Grand, also returns on Friday, March 5, as an extension of the resort pool. Reservations are required for hotel and non-hotel guests and all visitors must be 21 and over. No general admission is permitted. Wet Republic Ultra Pool will be open Thursdays through Sundays from 11 a.m. until close. For reservations, go online or call 702-891-3563. .
And Liquid Pool Lounge at Aria reopens on Friday, March 12, as an extension of the resort pool. Liquid Pool Lounge will be open Fridays through Sundays from 11 a.m. until close for those 21 and older. For reservations, visit the pool’s online site or call 702-590-9979. Reservations are required for hotel and non-hotel guests and all visitors must be 21 and over. No general admission is permitted.
All three venues feature touchless menu systems via scannable QR codes from cell phones. VIP sections will be separated to allow for physical distancing and rigorous cleaning plans will also be implemented.
Last week, Daylight Beach at Mandalay Bay announced that it would reopen as a more serene pool setting on March 5.
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