Floating down lazy rivers. Co-ed squirt-gun battles. Secret recipes for mind-altering bug juice.
All of it makes you want to go back and do it again.
In Las Vegas. This weekend.
Introducing Summer Camp Fridays and Nectar Music Festival Saturdays, two new parties to grace the Hard Rock’s reckless, glorious Beachlife scene with aquatic gaming and aging rappers, launching Friday.
If you’re here, you’re probably familiar with the term “four-day weekend” already. In which case, you know the great ones share one common bond: structure.
The plan: Friday, you’ll storm the 200,000-square-foot fake beach with Super Soakers and water-balloon grenades (think: Saving Private Ryan meets Showgirls meets Meatballs). Don’t hesitate to flag a staff member wearing counselor garb (beige polo, whistle, visor) in case you forgot how.
Saturday, you’ll hear a live, weekly-rotating concert series that should answer the “Where are they now” question pretty definitively. On stage: Snoop Dogg, the B-52s, Collective Soul. And you’ll do it from your private cabana while a personal masseuse works your shoulders behind closed curtains.
Grueling business, we know. So you’ll wind down with the Hard Rock’s usual end-of-weekend routine: Rehab Sundays followed by Relax Mondays.
Rehab can be so stressful.