June you’ve been a warm one but nothing kicks off summer like that July heat in the West Coast. For those missing the pool party fun, Wet Republic, the ultra pool at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, is next to open its pool doors! On July 2nd you can start getting your pool summer fun on with of course some new CDC rules to follow. This is following the Marquee Pool opening that happened in June with of course new regulations to follow per the CDC’s recommendations. So what are some of these new changes? The new hours of operation will be from Thursday – Sunday from 11am to 9pm. There is no general admission available you must make a reservation ahead of time so check out their website for booking information. From what we see online it ranges from a variety of different group packages so call up the squad it’s Vegas time.

Personally, we won’t be attending any of these pool parties in Vegas as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the country. So we’ll be sitting this one out but if you do plan on attending please make sure to wear a mask and wash your hands.

With a multi-million dollar architectural and state-of-the-art immersive audio-visual revamp completed earlier this year, Wet Republic’s bungalows, deluxe cabanas, and daybeds are available for reservations with bottle service packages served. The venue’s renovation offers guests two new plunge pools spanning nearly 100 feet in length, ten upgraded cabanas along with 12 modernized bungalows each including spacious seating and a giant flat-screen TV and additional furniture upgrades.

We have been preparing extensively under guidance from public health experts to develop a plan that will allow us to welcome you back safely. Our safety plan puts your health and safety at the center of all we do. It is a comprehensive, multi-layered approach. We have moved to a paperless menu system via a scannable QR code from your phone, tables spaciously separated practicing social distancing and a rigorous cleaning plan will also be implemented.

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