It’s a weekday afternoon, a beautiful 90 degrees outside in NYC, and you can’t stop thinking about lying on the beach, listening to some great music and checking out some hotties. Only problem is the nearest happening beach is two hours out in either direction. Your dreams of cocktails and tanning fade away. Enter the Dream Downtown.
Now open for its third season, The Beach at Dream Downtown and TAO/Strategic Group are launching a series of summer evening parties where you can dance to sets by the city’s hottest DJs, chill poolside sipping on specialty cocktails, enjoy bottle service and mingle with friends. Spanning 4,800 square feet, The Beach is filled with imported sand, private cabanas and Cote D'Azur-inspired chaise lounges. The pool at Beach features a partially translucent bottom, allowing guests to view the lobby below. The Beach is complimentary for hotel guests, while non-hotel guests can purchase a day pass or make reservations for a table.
It may not be a REAL beach but it’s as close as you are going to get in Manhattan. Plus, who knows, you might even bag one of those hotties you were daydreaming about. Here’s a rundown of the three parties you will not want to miss at The Beach this summer.
Every Monday (starting June 17th)
3pm until 9pm
Sunset Swimclub launches at The Beach at Dream Downtown. Brought to you by the creators of Sunset Saturdays, Matthew Assante and Dustin Terry invite you to extend your weekend one more day and enjoy Manhattan’s sexiest pool party with the city’s best DJs spinning the hottest tunes of the summer. Enjoy special popsicles, drinks and libations brought to you by Amazon Beverages.
Every Sunday (since June 9th)
5:30pm until 9pm
Josh Wood’s Shark Party is back! Expect hot tunes, hot guys, and cool drinks at one of the sexiest weekend parties in the city.
Every Tuesday (starting June 25th)
6pm until 10pm
Selecting only the most beautiful and luxurious venues out there, French Tuesday’s stops by The Beach this summer to provide the ‘Y’ generation with a fun and empowering social event.