BARE POOL LOUNGE AT MIRAGE
To find Bare Pool Lounge at the Mirage, you’ll have to navigate your way through the Street of Shop and walk along a winding path lined with sculpture and vegetation. But not to worry -- the charming and secluded 14,000 square foot poolside paradise you’ll find at the end of the path is well worth the hike.
Bikini babes who hate tan loves love hanging out at Bare Pool Lounge because it was the first Las Vegas adult pool club to allow European-style sunbathing and it still does. So, if you’re feeling brave, go ahead and drop the top.
The VIP section is elevated above the main pool deck and provides unobstructed views of the DJ booth. Fans can watch the game of the day on the flat screen TV while soaking up the sun and sipping on adult beverages.
Gorgeous bikini model servers cater to VIP guests’ every need. Reserved seating options include plush chaise lounges and daybeds with attached umbrellas providing a shady retreat. Unique VIP amenities include chilled Evian misting bottles, iced towels and refreshing chilled cucumbers to soothe dry eyes.
When it’s time to cool down, guests can take advantage of Bare’s luxurious dipping pools, one on each level. The main pool is shallow at both ends and deeper in the middle. The VIP level infinity pool has glass sides providing an interesting view for guests lounging on the main pool deck.
The food menu, prepared by Light Group executive chef Brian Massie offers tasty appetizers, fresh salads, burgers, pizza, panninis and a variety of entrees. Guests can order specialty cocktails in a 32 oz cup or by the pitcher. Selections include mojitos, frozen drinks and a variety of signature cocktails. Try the Bare Mai Tai, a refreshing beverage containing Malibu Rum, Bacardi Silver Rum, pineapple juice, orange juice and Grenadine with a Myers float.
Bottle service guests can choose from a selection of champagne, cognac, cordials and premium liquors. Bottle prices start at $425 and go up to $12,000 for a 3L bottle of Dom Rose.
Mondays offer the best opportunity for visitors to party with the locals during the weekly Industry party featuring resident DJ Flow and guest performers.