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August 16 2012

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The Ivy is notorious because of its elitism, expensiveness, and then for just being luxurious in general. Naturally, when I attended I used to be uncertain of the items I'd expect, nevertheless the Pool Club certainly does live up to The Ivy's reputation. Whether this is a good or perhaps a very bad thing though depends on what you want from your night. Firstly, being capable of getting in to the Pool Club is always a mission since you need to get in to the Ivy first. The overall rule about getting back in is that you simply either must be there really early, be on someone's guestlist, or just be pretty hot overall. The Ivy comes with an entry fee on Saturday nights, so don't opt to go up to the Pool Club unless you're sure that $20 makes it worth while.


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However, once i reached the Pool Club I was impressed. The vibe was summery, and everybody seemed to be creating a excellent time. There is a respectable amount of seating as well as the place just exuded a form of luxuriousness that simply can't be bought at most Sydney clubs. The location was constantly kept clean from the numerous staff (and you would hope so, because Justin Hemmes doesn't always have everything that money for free), as well as the pool looked ridiculously inviting over a hot Saturday night...so that as I discovered, after a few drinks the majority of the guests have the identical idea and choose to jump to the pool, which gives for thirty minutes or so of entertainment.


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Obviously, drinks by the pool Club tend to be delicious and expensive. My pal and i also ordered two drinks (We simply asked for "whatever is nicest" but got a glass or two known as the Palm) and ended up paying $38 because of it altogether. It was a fantastic cocktail, but it's as much as each person to determine if that $19 may be worth forking out to get a half-filled glass with about 2 shots inside it. My biggest problem with the bar though was the bartenders: the bar was relatively empty there were about 5 staff there, yet it still took Quarter-hour to acquire a drink. I began to achieve the feeling the bartenders were ignoring me - especially after my friend tried to obtain attention several times and so they turned away and began cleaning - and nobody really wants to go somewhere where they feel like they aren't worth every penny.



With regards to individuals by the pool Club, many times yourself encompassed by a mid-20s group. The younger crowd tends to head more in to the other part from the Ivy the location where the music is pumping the ones are packed in close together, while the older guests hang out by the water and sip on their drinks. Don't arrive at The Pool Club if you are seeking an enormous oasis as you won't believe it is; what you should find instead is categories of individuals who are dressed to impress, and laughter in the form of watching people try to drag other folks into the pool using them. But since there are still some people dancing, the music provides the people that wish to sip their drinks as well as the individuals who wish to dance.
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