. The Sapphire Pool and Dayclub is going topless.
Aiming for a European-style environment, visitors at Sapphire’s pool party can now enjoy the sun and water sans swimwear tops if they select.
The club formerly used topless sunbathing, however pasties were needed.
“As the first swimming pool owned and operated by the world’s largest topless club (the Sapphire Las Vegas Gentlemen’s Club), we’re pleased to lastly have the ability to operate our swimming pool as a topless dayclub,” stated Peter Feinstein, owner of Sapphire. “We look forward to continuing to use our guests one of the most lively day life scenes in Las Vegas.”
The celebrations consist of DJs, floaties and Sapphire swimming pool performers. The swimming pool, open from noon to 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday, lies at 3025 Sammy Davis Jr.
Drive. Routine admission is $20, however residents get in totally free. Easy chair are $70 with daybed and cabana bundles ranging from $250 to $750, not including tax and gratuity.
Sapphire joins a variety of other clubs providing partially nude sunbathing: Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay, Marquee at the Cosmopolitan, Bare Swimming Pool at the Mirage, Tao Beach at the Venetian, Radius Pool and Wet Lounge at the Stratosphere and the Naked Swimming Pool at the Artisan Hotel. The M Resort allows partially nude sunbathing with pasties.