Rehab Pool Party at the Hard Rock
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- 98%Adventure Travelers
- 93%Local Culture
- 88%Spiritual Seekers
- 88%Luxury Travelers
- 82%Business Travelers
- 82%History Buffs
- 76%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (21)
- Rehab Pool Party at the Hard RockMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Sep 03, 2013
Rehab pool party is at the off-strip Hard Rock hotel and casino, with the entrance located in the Paradise parking garage. Parking was free and it was easy to find where to enter the party when parking in the garage. We bought pre-sale tickets and had no issue with them. We were given wristbands and could exit and re-enter the party at any time, but had to face long security lines at re-entry all over again. Not worth it if it's past 2PM.
Most memorable was facing the strict security at the entrance. My bag was scrutinized, everything taken out, and some items were confiscated (apparently eye drops, mirrors and any form of medication were a no-no). I also got a pat down by a female security guard. This was tougher than airport security. I should have just done bag check for $10 before security.
Once we got in, we had a fairly good time. Drinks were expensive: $10 bottled beers and $25+ mixed drinks, served only in large cups containing about 4 oz max of alcohol (said a menu sign). We found it difficult to find a spot along the outside edge of the main pool and ended up hanging out on the backside, adjacent to the in-pool gambling tables and sponsor booths. The beach hut and bridge provided nice shade as the afternoon progressed. We had cool people around us for most of our stay. Music was mostly edm, with some sets of hip hop/rap, but not much. We were disappointed that the main headliner didn't come on-stage until very late afternoon. We missed the performance because we didn't want to miss our hard-to-get dinner reservation elsewhere. As for the crowd, it definitely got rowdy in the late afternoon hours and folks starting wrestling and making belly flops in the pool. I was irritated, but then again, I had to remind myself I was at a pool party with thousands of strangers. You have to expect a wet and wild time and that your personal space will be violated.
Overall, I had fun, but won't be returning. There are other pool parties worth the time and money and are conveniently located on the strip.
- Rehab Pool Party at the Hard RockMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersMay 01, 2013
Break out your best swimsuit for this Sunday institution: three acres of beautiful people downing bottle service and signature cocktails around the 50 Tahitian-style cabanas and along the man-made sandy beaches and lazy river. The raucous party—which originated the dayclub concept in Vegas in 2003—shows no signs of slowing down. In 2012, Hard Rock introduced Summer Camp Fridays, another reason to start the weekend early. If Paradise Beach (which hosts Rehab) is too intense, hotel guests can migrate to Nirvana Beach. Breathe Pool is even more private—right above Nirvana with views of the Strip.
When to Go: Sundays for Rehab, Fridays for Summer Camp Fridays.
Admission: Free for hotel guests daily and the general public Monday through Friday. On Saturdays, from $20 for women and $40 for men; on Sundays, from $30 for women and $50 for men.
Open to Non-Hotel Guests? Yes
Family Friendly? Monday-Thursday. Adults 21 and over only Friday-Sunday.
- Rehab Pool Party at the Hard RockMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Apr 23, 2013
This is a FREAKIN PARRRRRRTTTTY! We had to come here during our Vegas run and it did not dissapoint! From the start the music was bumping, and the people were partying their as off!!!!! Granted, you can pot every pic (Hells no!), but there are some great ones to post.
Let me tell you, when you have a dude in the restroom having a pissing contest with you, yes literally, and then the next minute you see condoms floating around the pool, and then see....Well, damn, I can go one and one.
The long island that they give you are the bomb! You have to roll to the center pool, no, not the side, the center because thats where all the action is!
So in short, bring your party groove, thirst, and energy, because you will need it to keep up with the party at this place! The ladies are awesome! Keep up the good work. Guys, keep up the splash on the ladies but try not to knock them out of the pool!
Ok peeps, you know where you have to roll!
- Rehab Pool Party at the Hard RockMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBackpackersMar 26, 2013
First visit- Ick way too crowded for me and the water looked swampy. Came in ready to reserve a table here but we turned away and went somewhere else.
Gave the place a second try and had a blast. The place is huge! The water will always be dirty though so avoid getting splashed in the face.
- Rehab Pool Party at the Hard RockSep 25, 2012
THE Vegas pool party to see and be seen on a Sunday before heading back to reality. Cabanas will run you about $1000 and lounges are around $600 but the price tag is well worth it. Tons of beautiful people in and out of the pool. The pool floor is made of sand/gravel! Get on the guest/VIP list if you know the right promotors.
- Rehab Pool Party at the Hard RockMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Jul 05, 2012
This was the original beach/pool party in Las Vegas, that is now being copied at tother Casino Resorts.
Basically, think Spring Break in the dessert, with pool alcohol, hotties of either sex in skimpy swimwear, bronzed skins, and mix in some Rock Stars, Starlet Wannabes, and Voila!
Time for Rehab!
- Rehab Pool Party at the Hard Rock