The pool scene at the Tropicana Casino Resort in Las Vegas has been in a state of flux in recent months. With the closing of Nikki Beach and the tenuous introduction of SPF Beach Club in early spring of 2012, the people behind the Tropicana's new venture are hoping to make a big splash with their new dayclub and nightclub venue. Although construction delays have forced Bagatelle Beach to postpone its grand opening, the Tropicana aims to announce the venue's kick-off party by July 2012.
The ambitious new venue will feature a lively pool atmosphere, meant for more adult-friendly DJ parties and a classier type of debauchery than you'd typically find at Sin City's other popular pool scenes. The club will feature plenty of space for bocci courts, volleyball and beach soccer, along with a restaurant area for Bagatelle's signature champagne brunch parties. At night, Bagatelle Beach will offer pool-side dining, featuring Mediterranean cuisine as well as dinner + movie specials.
The nightclub portion of Bagatelle Beach will exude class, replacing RPM Nightclub with a more sleek and modern nightlife environment. With a European styling, the club will cater to chic, upper-class clientele and anybody who is looking for a more grown-up nightclub experience on the Strip. A small dance floor will have center-placement in the new venue, with plenty of booths and tables for clients looking to eat and drink while they're out partying.
Tropicana Las Vegas
3801 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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