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AYU Dayclub at Resorts World Las Vegas

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AYU Dayclub

Why should the night owls have all the fun? AYU Day Club at Resorts World on the Las Vegas Strip is here to prove that there is just as much fun to be had under the sun as in the moonlight.

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AYU Dayclub at Resorts World Las Vegas

AYU is a venue with 41,000 square feet of pool, palms, and pleasure. It aims to combine relaxation and excitement, and it succeeds beautifully. Inspired by the idyllic islands of Asia and the South Seas, AYU encourages you to enjoy the peaceful pleasures of Polynesia with all the modern conveniences. The waitstaff is beautiful, efficient, and friendly, and the surroundings are comfortable. There are plenty of lounges, countless daybeds, and even cabanas on two levels. AYU Day Club is open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 11 AM to 6 PM, so get there early to join the fun.

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656 Points

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I would give AYU Dayclub in Las Vegas 5 stars for the venue itself, but I was a bit taken aback by the high drink prices. $58 for a 32oz drink is definitely on the pricey side. Despite that, I found the security to be pretty cool and the view to be quite interesting. Just be prepared to spend more than you might expect on beverages while visiting.

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656 Points

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AYU Dayclub in Las Vegas is definitely one of the best pool day parties I've been to. I've visited multiple times and it never feels too crowded, even with big-name DJs performing. The stage is fantastic, and the artist lineups are always on point. I love that the pool is right in front of the stage, with an additional dancing area out of the water. Overall, it's a great venue and I hope they continue to keep up the good work.

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403 Points

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We had the opportunity to see Alan Walker at AYU Dayclub and he put on a great show. The club itself, however, seemed more like a social experiment on how far people are willing to go to impress others. Initially, I purchased tickets online assuming it would be like any other concert, only to find out my girlfriend got essentially the same tickets for free, with the added perk of 2 free drinks for girls only. The free drinks turned out to be watered down and not worth it. Security procedures at the entrance were a bit tedious, with separate lines for paid and free ticket holders, and an unexpected charge for holding onto my small backpack. The drink prices were absurdly high, reaching $60 for a frozen margarita. We ended up spending around $200 just to pass the time until the main artist came on stage much later than expected. The pool area had limited seating options, with only the main pool accessible to non-cabana guests. Finding a seat without paying for a cabana was a challenge, and we ended up on the outskirts of someone else's paid space. In terms of the crowd, there were plenty of attractive individuals, some of whom seemed like they were there for reasons other than just enjoying the event. Despite the drawbacks, the performance itself was fantastic, although it would have likely been more enjoyable at a different venue.

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260 Points

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One of my favorite pool day parties. Been here multiple time. Never too packed. Even with huge DJ names. Great stage. Great artist lineups. Pool is right in front of the stage and also an out of water dancing area. Great venue, keep it up.

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359 Points

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We saw Alan Walker here and he was great. The club itself was obviously a comedy to see how broke people will make themselves to try to impress someone. I originally purchased tickets online thinking this was as per a normal concert anywhere. My girlfriend got essentially the same tickets for free, but with 2 free drinks for girls, guys can't get this offer; lame. The free drinks were watered down trash anyway. When we entered we had to get security scanned twice, once for the mildly shorter line for the pay tickets, one for the free drinks tickets. I couldn't bring in my empty small backpack and was charged something like $20 for the "convenience" of them holding on to it. The actual drinks are stupidly expensive. A decently sized frozen margarita was $60 each. I think we really spent $200 to wax away the time until the artist we wanted to see came on stage, hours after it opened. These times were not available online, and we figured the artist would be in stage essentially when they opened. There are like 7 small pools and one larger one, but unless you pay for a cabana (thousands of dollars, eye wateringly expensive) you can only use the main pool, which is packed. If you want a seat and haven't paid for a cabana you can sit on the edge if you can find a space, but that's it. There isn't a single free couch or chair in the place. The paid cabanas encircle the free pool, so if you sit on the side you are essentially in someone else's paid cabana space. We got lucky that where we set up there were some cool dudes who didn't mind us serfs standing on the outskirts of their thousand dollar couch and umbrella when we didn't want to turn into prunes. That said we still didn't have anywhere to set our drinks but the side and someone knocked one of our very expensive drinks into the pool from the side when it left my hand in the pool for a few seconds. There were plenty of attractive girls where half looked like they were paid to be there. The show itself was great as mentioned, but if the artist played at the Excalibur pool everyone likely would have had a better time. I'm not kidding.

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743 Points

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I was surprised with how much fun I had at this Day Club. These kind of settings are not typically my vibe, but I have to say it was one of my favorite parts about my friends bachelor party. I’m used to being a concert setting with that many people close together and feeling like I’m in a hostile environment. This was different, everyone having fun and not worrying about people bumping them or anything. Just joy and good music from Kaskade!

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