It’s best to take the midnight-to-dawn scene making into your own hands.
We’re thinking a swim-up suite should do.
Welcome to Ushuaïa Beach Hotel, a sexy new boardinghouse attached to the club of the same name, with a stable of suites created for late-night everything, taking reservations now.
Cut to the core, this spot has all the trappings you need to make your scene and never leave—multiple pools, a clothing-optional restaurant, slatted cabanas, Moroccan lamps, sparsely attired bright young things, whitewashed sleeping quarters.
Your headquarters for your trip will be either a swim-up suite within swan-diving distance of a lazy river (pack at least three inner tubes) or the soundproofed Pioneer Suite. It’s decked out with two turntables, a mixer, an amp, eight speakers and a subwoofer. Meaning you’ll be debuting your set sooner than expected.
So when the poolside festivities start to wind down (you’ll know when the house DJ stops mixing and puts on “The Girl from Ipanema”), you’ll gather a coterie of tanned, waifish Energizer bunnies, head back to your room and fuel the dancing with your specialty—late ’70s zydeco layered over early ’90s soft rock.
You can just hear the Michael Bolton playing as the sun rises over Playa d’en Bossa...