Celebrating Summer Solstice in Las Vegas: How Will You Spend the Longest Day of the Year?
This year’s Summer Solstice, or the longest day of the year, is coming up soon on Thursday, June 21st. Take advantage of all that daylight with a trip to one of the top celebration destinations, Las Vegas! If you’re spending Summer Solstice in Vegas this year, we have fun ideas to make your longest day of summer a great one.
Spend Summer Solstice 2018 soaking up all those rays at the pool, enjoying dinner al fresco, or enjoying the city’s art and culture scene. Read on for more ways to enjoy this summer’s sunshine in Las Vegas!
Party at the Pool
Las Vegas is known for our prime pool weather and there’s no better way to celebrate the sunniest day of the year than to cool off with a dip. Tahiti Village’s pool area has one of the longest Lazy Rivers in Las Vegas, making Summer Solstice the perfect day to jump in and float away. You can stay cool, take a relaxing float, and enjoy four beautiful waterfalls along your ride.
Another fun pool feature is the sandy beach entry, bringing the tropics right to your backyard. Our full-service tiki bar will also be open and ready to party all day long. June 21st will be here before we know it, so book your stay at Tahiti Village Resort & Spa today.
If you’re looking to crank your party up a notch and take summer in Las Vegas to the next level, there are several day clubs to visit during your stay. Some infamous pool parties to check out on the Strip include Encore Beach Club at the Wynn, Marquee Dayclub, Tao Beach at the Venetian, Venus Pool Club at Caesars, and Wet Republic at MGM Grand.
Take a Stroll Around the Art District
Head one mile north of the Strip to Downtown Las Vegas, where you’ll find 18 blocks of ultimate entertainment. Take advantage of the longest day of the summer and get lost in The Las Vegas Art District. Summer Solstice is the perfect day to go through the more than 30 art galleries, studios, antique shops, restaurants, and more because the sun will be shining for hours. Put on your walking shoes and get lost in Southern Nevada’s heart of art and culture.
Enjoy Dinner al Fresco
Downtown Las Vegas is hipper than ever and has countless delicious dining options, including Carson Kitchen. Grab a seat out on the patio at this new local hotspot to make your Summer Solstice one for the books. Carson Kitchen offers an “Urban Neighborhood Dining” experience that’s the perfect combination of trendy and classically indulgent. Do a date night out or invite a group of friends to join you and enjoy the perfect summer night out. Make your reservation today to celebrate the longest day of the year the right way.
Another great restaurant with multiple outdoor patios is Park on Fremont. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner for a seat with a view of the bustle of Fremont Street. Or, head to the lush and vibrant back patio for a relaxed vibe and beautiful, sunny evening.
Commonwealth, located right on Fremont Street, is another stylish Downtown scene to check out for some after-dinner drinks. Spend the sunny evening on their rooftop patio, which is the perfect place to be for a good time with good people. This swanky, pre-Prohibition era inspired cocktail bar even includes a Speakeasy inside. If you have a big group, consider reserving a table on their website for a night that’s no stress and all fun.
Spending summer in Las Vegas is a treat, and it’s especially great on the longest day of the year. Come visit us for Summer Solstice 2018 to enjoy our beautiful weather, delicious eats, and all-around good time.