You'll enter Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas through a dimly lit hallway. Check in at the desk on the casino level and you'll be let past the velvet rope and welcomed by a host. You'll step into a mirrored elevator bathed in red light. Watch the candles on the back wall light as you ascend to the 17th floor. Take a few more steps and climb the stairs to the rooftop, and take in the wonder of this poolside paradise.
Rows of daybeds and lounge chairs stretch out between palm trees on either side of the main pool. More daybeds line the north and the edges come right up to the water so you could dangle your feet or rest your arms while you relax in the cool waves.
Beyond the main pool, in an alcove in the shade, is a second watery paradise. A semicircular waterfall pours into a small pool, where daybeds with translucent curtains stand on stilts in the shallows.
On the opposite end of the pool club, closest to the entrance, is the café and bar, where Marquee Dayclub serves up fine foods and tasty thirst quenchers and sweet treats. We kept cool with berry drinks, including the best Miami Vice we'd ever tasted and enjoyed flavorful artisan pizza and creamy, not-too-sweet frozen yogurt.
Fourteen cabanas made of dark wood and decorated in navy, coral and white flank the club on raised platforms to the north and south. Each is outfitted with two loveseats and a central table, made of dark wicker. Each hideaway is also equipped with a TV, a safe and a refrigerator stocked with complimentary non-alcoholic beverages like fruit juices and coconut waters. In front of your cabana is a private infinity hot tub, heated to the perfect temperature.
On weekdays, Marquee Dayclub is a calm, relaxing retreat. On weekends, it's a rockin' party. DJs like Chuckie, EDX and Tritonal keep the beat pumpin' so you can party all day. The dayclub closes by sunset, so you can take a nap, change into something fabulous and take your look from beachy to bombshell in time to hit Marquee Nightclub.