Opened in 1957, the Tropicana is one of the few original hotels remaining on the legendary Las Vegas strip. Now, after a $200 million renovation, “The New Tropicana Resort” is promising to revolutionize the day-club experience for LGBT tourists.
Xposed is promoted as the “ultimate Saturday beach party” for LGBT travellers, promising “sun-kissed go-go dancers, celebrity guest performers and DJs spinning all the latest hits.”
“From attending all major-city gay Pride celebrations nationwide to hosting Sin City Shootout, the largest LGBT sporting event in the world, and the 2013 launch of TropLV GLAM, we support the community wherever we can,” says Fred Harmon, chief marketing officer for The New Tropicana Resort.
“Xposed is the next phase in our property’s LGBTQ initiatives, and we look forward to providing the ultimate Las Vegas day-club for LGBTQ travellers,” Harmon says.
The all-new Tropicana Beach Club features breathtaking waterfalls, palm trees, luxury daybeds and cabanas, alongside two Olympic-sized sand volleyball courts, two heated pools and a high-rise stage for live entertainment. A food menu will feature handcrafted cocktails and light bites.
And for Abba fans, starting in Spring 2014 (tickets on sale now), the Tropicana Theatre will be home to the smash Broadway musical Mamma Mia.
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