FOXTAIL POOL CLUB AT SLS LAS VEGAS
SLS Las Vegas is breathing new life into the north end of the Las Vegas Strip with upscale adult entertainment options to rival those found at the more established resorts further south.
Foxtail Pool Club is just one of those options, offering adult fun in the sun with world class DJs laying down the beats to keep the party lively.
By day, the pool deck is the perfect place to catch some rays and sip on handcrafted specialty cocktails from the menu curated by SLS Beverage Director Ryan McCallum. Drinks combine exotic ingredients, fresh juices and premium liquors to satisfy thirsty sunbathers as they lounge around the pool.
Two pools are separated by a centrally located bar. Colorful mosaic tile walkways lead to the bar from both sides of the pools. Each pool has a wet deck at the shallow end with spacious lilypads sprouting up from the water. The 43,000 square foot space has 25 cabanas, 2 VIP cabanas and 30 day beds and couches for guests who want to reserve seating.
The poolside restaurant serves up a delectable menu that goes beyond the ordinary pub fare. Whitefish ceviche, swordfish salad, ahi poke coconuts, Plancha seared fish tacos and Tandoori charred chicken skewers are just some of the items on the menu. Guests can walk up to the window and order or have food delivered to any lounge chair or cabana.
You can’t miss the giant metallic duck chilling by the pool. The rubber duckie is a signature mascot for Hyde Beach, SLS’ sister property in Miami and the tradition carries on in Sin City. You’ll find rubber duckies marking the reserved signs, embroidered on the towels and in other obscure places.
To witness the venue’s most stunning feature in all its glory, you’ll have to come back after dark. When the sun goes down, Foxtail Pool Club serves as an outdoor party deck as an extension of Foxtail Nightclub. That’s when the parking garage wall and the hotel tower façade come alive with 3-D projection mapping technology creating stunning visuals imagined by the creative minds at KT Corporation, based in Korea.
The venue will host weekly night-swimming events with live performances, including some that will be 18-and-over shows.