Enjoy Topless Pool Sunbathing at Sapphire Pool & Dayclub

The Sapphire Pool and Dayclub is going topless.

Aiming for a European-style atmosphere, guests at Sapphire’s pool party can now enjoy the sun and water sans bikini tops if they choose.

The club previously offered topless sunbathing, but pasties were required.

“As the first pool owned and operated by the world’s largest topless club (the Sapphire Las Vegas Gentlemen’s Club), we’re pleased to finally be able to operate our pool as a topless dayclub,” said Peter Feinstein, owner of Sapphire. “We look forward to continuing to offer our guests one of the most lively day life scenes in Las Vegas.”

The parties include DJs, floaties and Sapphire pool entertainers. The pool, open from noon to 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday, is located at 3025 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive.

Regular admission is $20, but locals get in free. Lounge chairs are $70 with daybed and cabana packages ranging from $250 to $750, not including tax and gratuity.

Sapphire joins a number of other clubs offering topless sunbathing: Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay, Marquee at the Cosmopolitan, Bare Pool at the Mirage, Tao Beach at the Venetian, Radius Pool and Wet Lounge at the Stratosphere and the Naked Pool at the Artisan Hotel. The M Resort permits topless sunbathing with pasties.

Best Topless Pools in Las Vegas

As the weather gets into the triple digits in Vegas, clothing becomes more and more inconvenient, which is exactly why Ben Franklin invented topless pools. So, for your gawking needs, we now present the list of all the, um, “European-style” pools in Vegas that you need to know about.

Bare Pool at the Mirage

The OG of topless pools, Bare just launched the tops-off-encouraged Bare Brunch, because everyone needs a breakfast burrito along with their magnum of Grey Goose. We have a free guestlist – free for ladies and even ratio parties. Sign up on our mobile app!

Sapphire Pool

The first pool owned and operated by an actual topless club. You can expect things to get a little rowdier here with parties hosted by your favorite “movie” stars like Bree Olson, plus plenty of poles for pool-pole dancing. This concept combines a strip club with a dayclub – it doesn’t get much better than this!

Venus Pool Club at Caesars

Venus European Pool Lounge is the most well-appointed and exclusive Las Vegas pool experience at the oasis. The sophisticated and secluded European-style retreat offers high-end food and beverage choices for you to indulge in while perfecting your summer tan. All drinks are topped and made with the freshest fruits and ingredients. Light treats include sushi rolls, crisp salads, sandwiches and burgers served straight from the grill.

The 10,000-square-foot retreat hosts 14 cabanas, 16 day beds, 10 couches and plenty of chaise lounge chairs. You’ll find the perfect spot to catch rays, people-watch or just take in the lush surroundings.

Venus Pool admission is $30 for gentlemen and free for women. Locals receive free admission on Thursdays! All Caesars Palace and Nobu guests receive $10 off admission before 1:00 p.m.

European Pool at the Artisan

If you’re looking for a more intimate spot with a really subtle name, the Naked Pool still offers a selection of VIP cabanas and daybeds. Oh, and on Fridays, they crank things up with their Bottom’s Up (unfortunately not Down) Pool Party!

Moorea Pool Club at Mandalay Bay

Along with its “Toptional Beach”, this is one of the larger pools of the group, offering living rooms, 12ft “opium beds” at the center of the action, a 250sqft pavilion with a private pool, and third-floor Moorea Villas.

Daydream Pool at the M Resort

A hidden gem a few miles down the strip, DayDream offers up high energy DJs, pasties for the ladies who’re looking to cover up a little bit but would be MORTIFIED to be found wearing a bikini top, and very adult beer pong tables.

Looking to book tables or sign up to guestlist at these pool parties? Check out our free mobile app!

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