Clubs have lots of great reasons for being open at night. The music feels better in the dark. It's easier to assume the person you're dancing with is as hot as you hope. And most of the old people are fast asleep. Plus, in Vegas, the heat in the summer dies down to a tolerable 95 degrees. Clubs that are open in the day tend to have pools where people can cool off and drink while standing in waist deep water because they can't possibly get their hair or makeup wet. Then there's Ghostbar Dayclub. No pool. Plenty of sunlight. Not a lot of old people. But it's still an outstanding club that's maintained its allure even when many club goers are nursing their hangovers. And the fact that it's only open seasonally helps with the heat.
If you've been to Ghostbar at night, imagine that but with that really bright ball in the sky that usually signals it's time to find some breakfast food and go to bed. If you haven't been to Ghostbar, let us tell you that the space is an upscale lounge that's high up in the sky and doesn't feel like coming down. If it were on the ground floor of the Palms it would see a ton of foot traffic. As it stands, it's the party spot for people looking to let loose in the light of day and who aren't afraid of looking their dance partners in the eyes or looking down into the abyss of Las Vegas. That's a reference to the glass section of the floor on the outdoor patio, not some comment on the nature of Las Vegas streets.
If you want a party that feels like a beach club for people who hate beaches or a nightclub for backward vampires (vampires who need sunlight and… donate blood a lot? We didn't think that one through) then give Ghostbar Dayclub a shot. The leather sofas are cool. The white surfaces beautifully contrast the dark ones. And they even have theme days like superheroes or Sadie Hawkins, just in case you needed an excuse to wear tights and ask a guy to dance.