Rehab wasn't a place most of us wanted to go to -- until now. The weekly party at the Hard Rock Hotel has become the stuff of legends. Not only did Rehab encourage every major casino in town to invest millions of dollars to build their own version of a pool club, but it has been featured in The New York Times and was turned into a reality TV show. And that is just the tip of the iceberg. What other party has inspired the industry to add a new word (and revenue stream) in "daylife" to its vocabulary?
For those who have yet to experience Rehab, what's wrong with you? Delay your flight out of town on Sunday and go out with 4,000 bikini-clad and shirtless hotties as you make a final stand in your Vegas vacation. For about 20 Sundays a year, Rehab takes over the pool area that is normally reserved for hotel guests and transforms it into the wildest pool party you will ever see. The expression that gets thrown around the most when describing the scene is "spring break on steroids."