Vesper Day Club Is Now Open and Poised For a Booming Season With All Public Pools Closed!
Last month Mayor Jim Kenney announced that all Philly public pools will remain closed for the summer. This in part due to the coronavirus as well as a budget crises. With little alternatives, Philly’s top private pool club is poised for a booming season. Vesper Day Club opens June 26th and plans to alter their policies to make it as safe as possible.
To comply with state-wide guidelines, Vesper will be operating on a reservation only basis with two seatings. The first seating will be 11 am – 3:30 pm with the second seating being 4 pm – 8 pm. Heads-up, Vesper will require a deposit for all reservations.
Other guidelines that Vesper Day Club will be enforcing are:
-Staff minimize contact and will wear masks
-Guests are required to wear masks on entry and when not seated
-Sanitizer stations will be available
-Sanitizer will also be available at all tables
-Temperature checks of staff & guests coming in
For those looking to take a dip this summer, Vesper Day Club’s membership is free for weekday passes with a $35 activation fee. This membership also includes reduced admission for weekends as well as other perks such as discounted food purchases at the adjoining Germantown Garden establishment, invitations to private parties, and discounted guest passes and more.
Vesper which models itself after pool clubs you’ll find in Atlantic City or Vegas, features poolside bungalows and has been a hotspot for many Philadelphians looking to beat the summer heat. Being the only outdoor private pool featuring live DJs, a full bar, bottle service and poolside food service, it has seen its popularity grow especially after going through a major renovations.