USA Updates What You Can’t Bring to Vegas Pool Parties, From Tic Tacs to Tank Tops
- Las Vegas pool parties attract thousands of people from every walk of life, but not every item is welcome.
- Common types of banned clothing include athletic wear, baggy clothing, torn or torn clothing, and more.
- Many dayclubs note that their lists are not exhaustive, so be prepared for security to prevent guests from entering with items that may not be listed.
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Within seconds of peeping into a small black clutch, he found the banned substance.
He said, Tic Tac had to go.
The tiny white mint is one of hundreds of items that have found themselves on DayClub’s mile-long list of banned items. Pool inventory includes a number of items that are often kept floating in a purse or pocket.
No glue. No nasal spray. No over-the-counter medications and, in some clubs, no prescription medicine,
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“I actually have to take medication twice a day,” said Laura Hill, an Australian who went pool hopping in Las Vegas this month. “I take it in the morning and at night, I didn’t bring it with me. But I’m kind of man, if I had to have that with me, it would be useless.”
Hill said she often carries eye drops as well—another item on many pools’ no-no lists.
How strictly these rules are enforced varies; A USA Today reporter was able to enter a pool daylight beach club in Mandalay Bay with a smartwatch, despite the pool’s “no wearable technology” rule.
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Many dayclubs note that their online lists are not exhaustive, so be prepared for security to prevent guests from entering with items that may not be listed. Visitors can usually find a detailed list of prohibited items and dress codes on the dayclub’s website or on signage near the entrance.
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several dayclubs – including wet republic Ultra Pool at MGM Grand, Wynn’s repeat Beach Club, Age Beach Club at Resorts World and Virgin Hotel Las Vegas’ Elia Beach Club – Do not allow any type of jeans according to their website. Elia, Stadium Swim Circa, Age and Encore said no pants of any kind are allowed.
Other common types of apparel banned include athletic wear, baggy clothing, torn or torn clothing, robes, tank tops, baseball caps and excessive chains and jewelry. Guest Dry’s Beachclub in Cromwell You should also leave your Speedo at home.
The fashion fax of wearing socks with sandals is also completely banned in Wet Republic and Elia.
no selfie stick
It’s becoming increasingly difficult to find the perfect selfie angle in some pools with selfie stick bans.
Tao Group Hospitality’s Las Vegas Dayclub (Wet Republic, Liquid Pool Lounge in the Area, Tao Beach Dayclub Venice and in Marquee Dayclub at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas), Stadium Swim and Dry have forbade the device.
no eye drops
Do you have eye drops in your purse? You gotta toss it before you enter the dry, Elia, Daylight Beach Club in Mandalay Bay Or in the stadium swim circa.
The online list of prohibited items in daylight also includes contact lens solution cleaners, liquid hand sanitizers, and tissues. Elia has banned perfumes, hairsprays, tanning sprays and nasal sprays, according to its website.
No prescription or other over-the-counter medicine
Over-the-counter drugs are not allowed inside Elia, Daylight, Liquid, Marquee, Stadium Swim, Tao’s, and Wet Republic.
Some pools (Elea and Daylight) ban all drugs, even those that are prescribed. Stadium Swim does not allow more than a single daily dose of a prescribed drug, according to signage near the pool area.
daylight website says that both prescription and non-prescription drugs are covered under a zero-tolerance policy. Guests are advised to take proper dosage prior to arrival. DeClub notes that diabetes kits, EpiPens and inhalers are acceptable with “proper documentation.”
no wearable technology
Stadium Swim in Drai and Mandalay Bay in Cromwell and Circa say wearable technology not permitted, Stadium Swim notes that it does allow smartwatches, however.
no ‘extreme’ tattoos
The Encore Beach Club on Wynn’s website states that the pool has the right to deny or remove guests’ entry. “Extreme or Extreme” TattoosBody modification or jewelry.
Signage at Circa’s Stadium Swim also states that the property reserves the right to admit or remove guests with “excessive, offensive or excessive tattoos or body modifications.”
All liquids are banned at Liquid, Wet Republic, Marquee, Tao’s, Drai and Elia Beach Club. Elia Beach Club also forbids liquid makeup.
The concierge desk at Circa says that each Stadium Swim guest can bring a sealed water bottle.
Dayclubs enforce this rule; USA TODAY journalists were told they could not enter the MGM Grand at Wet Republic with small bottles of water handed over to their pool party tour bus just minutes earlier.
Bags are fine, but only if they are small enough
Bags should be smaller than 8.5-by-11 inches in allia and daylight.
Guests should also be prepared to pay to keep their bags in the locker. Bag checks ranged from $20 to $75 a day at dayclubs visited by USA Today reporters the week of April 1.
Tao Hospitality Group prohibits signs larger than 11-by-17 inches or attached to poles or sticks in their dayclubs, according to its website.
Elia noted that any “weapon of any kind” that can be used to cause bodily harm is not permitted. This includes pen and pencil.