Tao Beach is a tropic delight this season

If you're looking for this kind of party scene, you've found it at Tao Beach.

Tao Beach has always been one of the hottest daylife spots in Las Vegas and that definitely hasn’t changed this year. The 18,000-square-foot venue’s 2012 season is in full swing after epic Memorial Day and EDC Week bashes, with regular events hosted by Maxim Magazine and Sirius XM Radio’s BPM station and a killer Balinese tropic vibe.

The club continues to offer food and drink service from Tao Asian Bistro, which means plenty of tasty bites and libations. For special pampering and VIP treatment, the cabanas offer air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, gaming consoles, DVDs, WiFi and a mini-bar. You’ve also got staff members on hand to look after you and masseuse service, too.

The tropical getaway has a few new tricks up its sleeve for this season, as well.

As you might expect from the name, the new Maxim Fridays will make for a “real sexy event every single week,” said Tao Group partner Jason Strauss. They’ll be having cover model parties, modeling searches, guest DJs and more every Friday.

“For the first time, we’re really going to be programmed out on Friday with some exciting stuff and a great partner.”

The other big event at Tao Beach will sound delightful to electronic dance music fans. Sirius XM satellite radio’s BPM brings on BPM Live, which showcases top electronic DJs and producers from all over the world. They’ll spin different takes on EDM every Sunday, with the day’s performances being aired on the station later in the week.

“I think for the most part our [DJ] roster will speak for themselves,” Strauss said. “Having BPM get the reach out to the nation as to who’s performing here will be an amazing tool to get the word out.”

Besides the Friday and Sunday events, Tao Beach books some huge talent all the time. Drake, Benny Benassi, Gretchen Rossi, Nicole Scherzinger have hosted or performed this season, and many of Sin City’s best DJs spin throughout the week. The pool even hosted the official Electric Daisy Carnival closing party, so suffice to say: There’s no shortage of fun at Tao Beach.

If you’re looking for an exotic vibe and great atmosphere, this is one pool you don’t want to miss this summer.