Which hotel is home to Southern California’s only swim-up bar?
Harrah’s Resort Southern California, located in San Diego county, is home to Southern California’s only swim-up bar.
The swim-up bar is one of a trifecta of pools that make up Dive Day Club, a venue that debuted last year as the resort completed the first phase of a multi-million dollar renovation.
In addition to the swim-up bar and the resort’s main pool, Dive also features a 400-foot-long lazy river, which winds its way through grottos and waterfalls. Dive, which is rapidly becoming San Diego’s stay-and-play destination, is also home to nine hot tubs, 21 cabanas and 10 day beds.
Whether you prefer amped-up Vegas-style pool parties, grooving to retro beats, sipping ‘ritas in the late afternoon, or just chillaxing in the Southern California sunshine, Dive is hosting a summer full of events, with one sure to match your pool personality.
Service Industry Mondays
Every Monday, Dive offers complimentary admission to members of the service industry, who also receive discounts on select pitchers and buckets of beer.
Neon Nights – Fridays at Dive
Harrah’s So Cal lights up the desert every Friday night, during its themed pool party featuring live entertainment on the lazy river.
Adult Swim Saturdays
Every Saturday during the summer months, is aciphex sold over the counter Dive Day Club transforms into Southern California’s most popular poolside destination, for Adult Swim Saturdays. World-renowned DJs spin tunes at this Vegas-style day club, and while this season’s schedule is still being confirmed, past appearances have included Lil Jon, Pauly D, EC Twins and Morgan Page.
Dive After Dark Saturdays
When the Vegas grooves end, the throwback fun begins. Every Saturday night, DJs encourage guests to shake their groove thing to popular dance music through the ages, from the 1970s to the present day. With no cover charge, guests can cut a rug, enjoy margaritas at the swim-up bar, luxuriate in a hot tub, or simply lounge by the pool.
Dive Detox Sundays
Need a little downtime? After a lively Saturday, Dive slows things down on Sundays with a mellow afternoon of hydration and smooth island beats.
1st & Dive
Following a busy summer, dive into some football action. Watch NFL games on 9’ x 16’ poolside LED TV, with different games being
shown in each cabana, and food and drink specials all Sunday long.
Hotel guests staying in king rooms receive two complimentary admissions daily; guests staying in rooms with two beds will receive four complimentary admissions daily. Entry fees for all other guests are $20/person Monday-Friday and $30/person for the Sunday Adult Swim. Saturday admission starts at $30/person and varies based on entertainment.
Dive Day Club
— Travel Glitter (@TravelGlitter) July 1, 2014