Bottle Service and VIP Access to Las Vegas Nightclubs
The Cosmopolitan’s newest nightlife rendezvous hot spot, Rose.Rabbit.Lie., is quickly becoming an ‘experience’ on The Strip not to be missed. A quirky catalog of Vegas Nocturne characters are part of the theatrics provided by Spiegelworld – producers of Absinthe – that partake in impromptu performances intertwined throughout the entire affair. Patrons can purchase tickets for the cabaret-meets -circus-style show while dining on re-imagined classics artfully displayed on the plate in front of you. The self-proclaimed speak-easy exudes an ambiance of vintage authenticity mixed with a modern sophistication, in true Cosmopolitan fashion. After hours the social club uses its retractable stage to introduce the DJ that turns the stage into a dance floor.
Few nightclub names capture the essence of the space better than Tryst Nightclub inside the Wynn. For one night you will fall in love, hold a romance that is unmistakable and then just like that it will disappear with only a memory to hold on to. Tryst isn’t your newest, hottest Las Vegas club or even the biggest at 12,000 square feet, but its features, like VIP booths nestled near an actual 90-foot waterfall, seductive red tones and an ever-expanding list of big-name resident DJs will certainly stick with you long after the sun comes up. Tryst was largely the inspiration behind XS at neighboring Encore, but on a smaller scale so when deadmau5, one of the club’s resident DJs, puts on one of his concert-style performances in the intimate venue, you’ll feel like you can almost reach out and...
Steve Wynn is known for his lavish properties. He built the Bellagio before high-end casinos in Las Vegas were en vogue and he upped the ante with his signature resorts Wynn and Encore. So when the gaming magnate sought to build one of the top nightclubs in Las Vegas he spared no expense, hence the name XS Nightclub. With dÃ©cor that includes 24-karat gold accents this 13,000-square-foot mega club could be a symbol of excess in city that thrives on it, but instead sets itself apart with an environment you won’t find anywhere else. As you walk into XS Nightclub inside Encore the first sign of luxury comes in the form of a 15-foot long gold-plated mold of nude women. A gold-plated chandelier rotates above the 1,100-square-foot dance floor that is packed nightly with superstar DJs like Deadmau5 regularly behind...
1 Oak Nightclub
To stake your claim as one of a kind is a bold statement especially in Las Vegas, but 1 OAK Nightclub inside of the Mirage more than backs it up. Two rooms make up the 16,000-square-foot New York import that took up space formerly occupied by JET. The two rooms often have different musical genres playing at the same time to give guests options for their night, but can combine to make one massive room when the likes of Fergie and Pitbull take over the microphone. VIP booths surround the DJ booth and dance floor and with bars in each room, a fresh drink is never that far away. 1 OAK is a bold name, but when you can pull it off, you just go with it.
All In Party Tour Experience
Nothing screams the ‘Las Vegas experience’ quite like partying on the Strip. But with a plethora of options it can be difficult to decide which clubs to hit and how to get there. What better way to see Vegas than to book a booze cruise on the Sin City Strip. You’ll rendezvous at the Hard Rock CafÃ© where you’ll get the party started with 2-for-1 drink specials before getting on with the night. Once you board the party bus you’ll sip on alcoholic concoctions as you head to the hottest clubs in town.
For your first stop, your party bus will take you to either Haze, 1Oak or Light where you will arrive in style – bypassing all the lines with a personal VIP host. After leaving the first club, you’ll board the bus again cruising to the ‘Welcome to...
Body English Nightclub
Oftentimes when you find yourself in Vegas your lips aren’t doing the talking, instead your body is and that’s especially true at Body English Nightclub. The sultry underground space, located in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, is all about mixing vintage charms--grand staircases, pintucked leather booths, dazzling chandeliers--with modern day must-haves like drinks at multiple bars, a stellar music situation and an alluring staff. Let your body tell a story as you weave through the partygoers and own the dancefloor. Body English is your first language.
Only in Las Vegas can you visit the Eiffel Tower without a passport, but one thing you won’t find in the original version is Chateau Nightclub at Paris Las Vegas. Only at Chateau Nightclub can you party under the Eiffel Tower (albeit a smaller version) and take in three spaces at once. The inside part of Chateau is where you’ll find performances from the likes of Drake, who opened the place, while outside you have two options in the Terrace and the Rooftop Garden. The three spaces are sprawled out over 45,000 square feet and give unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Strip, including the best seat to take in the Bellagio Fountains.
Ghostbar sits 55 floors above all the action and offers a mixture of high-class lounging with futuristic fun. The decor is modern and the ambiance is unmatched. The mood usually starts off light, like with any club and as the hours pass, you find yourself not wanting to leave Ghostbar. The reason is because unlike most nightlife spots around this town, Ghostbar offers an intimate setting that will leaving you feel like you’re spending the evening with about 300 of your closest buddies.
The setup of Ghostbar is conducive to meeting folks. So, even if you’ve come with three of your most trusted party friends, before you leave you will have made about three new ones. Leather sofas are placed throughout–ideal for chatting and sipping. Ghostbar is one of those places where it’s still cool to get bottle service, so...
Hakkasan Nightclub in Las Vegas is one of the most exciting new clubs to open in years. Located at MGM Grand, its premium strip location and all-star lineup of DJs are sure to impress. The sophisticated world traveler or foodie may already be aware of Hakkasan's fine dining venues in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Miami, Mumbai and New York City, but the world has never seen a Las Vegas nightclub experience as exciting as Hakkasan Las Vegas delivers. Many consider this one of Las Vegas's biggest nightclub openings! Hakkasan Nightclub opened in Las Vegas 4/18/13.
Some nights weren’t meant to be remembered and others aren’t meant to have a little Haze. At Haze Nightclub inside Aria you will find yourself inside a 25,500-square-foot club that will encapsulate your memory into a fog of vague recollections of excitement and debauchery. The two-story club looks small, but it’s only because it packs so much into the area. Two bars keep the thirsty patrons happy downstairs, while another serves more revelers upstairs. In the middle of the first level is a smallish dance floor that is trumped in size by the massive DJ booth that serves as the control center for the night’s festivities. To go along with the mix master’s show is a dazzling light display, TVs surrounding the dance floor, exotic dancers and the occasional aerial performer. VIP booths can be found hovering above the main...
Hyde Bellagio Nightclub
Hyde has made a name for itself in Hollywood as one of the most high-end nightclubs in the area and now the brand has moved to Las Vegas to put a splash of elegance into the city’s nightlife scene. Hyde Bellagio stayed true to itself with an eye for luxury details in everything from the fireplace that doubles as the DJ booth to the plush VIP booths that are the place to be in the club on any given night. Inside the 12,000-square-foot venue you will find dark tones throughout that set up the elegant atmosphere. Two bars oversee the party with mixologists on hand to craft the perfect drink for an out-of-the-ordinary Vegas nightlife experience. Hyde Bellagio is more than just fist pumping and shots, with no dedicated dance floor, which forces revelers to get know each other better,...
Sometimes it’s the little sister that can outshine elder one. Lavo Nightclub at the Palazzo is considerably smaller than its sister club, Tao at the neighboring Venetian, but it can provide the same level of electricity. Inside the 20,000-square-foot Lavo Nightclub you’ll find the same top-notch performers and DJs that grace the stage at Tao with a Moroccan theme that brings elegance to an otherwise wild party. The space is surrounded with black walls and ornate chandeliers that look like they’re straight out of the home of Moroccan royalty. Besides the A-list entertainers that frequent the club, what makes this place special is it can be a one-stop-shop for your night with a tasty Italian restaurant downstairs, lounge with a scenic balcony and of course the little sister club, Lavo Nightclub.
Underneath the largest beacon of light in the world, the Luxor, lay one of the darkest clubs you’ll find on the Las Vegas Strip. While the casino gets its inspiration from Egypt, LAX Nightclub takes its cues from gothic themes and 1920s Hollywood. Once guests walk through the black wrought-iron gate that serves as LAX’s entrance they will find dark red tones throughout the massive 26,000-square foot, two-story venue. With the entire club set up around one large space, rather than several rooms, every seat is a good one with VIP guests and headliners appearing nightly. Downstairs holds the dance floor, VIP seating and the main bar, while upstairs works as a balcony for more VIP guests to overlook the action.
When the folks at Tao sought to bring the Cosmopolitan its one and only nightclub the entire city sat by in anticipation to see how they would top the venerable Venetian hotspot. When Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan finally opened during New Year’s 2011 among massive names and fanfare it didn’t disappoint and the party hasn’t waned. The $60-million mega club features three distinct rooms – the main room, the Library and the Boom Box – along with an expansive pool deck that lets partygoers dance among the lights of the Las Vegas Strip. With a stable of the hottest DJs in the industry, Marquee Nightclub delivers an unmatched experience with a 40-foot tall LED screen and interactive performances nightly.
Some venues are made with a view and others made with every detail meant to take in the scenery. Mix Lounge inside THEhotel at Mandalay Bay allows guests to keep their eyes on the majestic Las Vegas skyline from every angle. Mix Lounge is located 64 stories above the Las Vegas Strip and offers 360-degree views of the city that can be seen from the cozy balcony, the glass-enclosed elevator and even the restrooms. The intimate club features wall-to-wall black leather décor with red lighting and an adjacent restaurant with a $500,000 chandelier with 13,000 glass bulbs. With floor-to-ceiling windows and low tables and chairs, you will see why Mix Lounge is considered one of the best views in the entire city.
Roman parties must have been something to remember if they can still be found in history books today. Pure Nightclub at Caesars Palace hoped to bring at least some of that flare to Las Vegas when it opened seven years ago and has done just that with legendary parties filled with headlining performers and stars in attendance nightly. Pure Nightclub is soaked in the color of the gods, white, and features four areas to ring in the night. The 40,000-square foot indoor space has three rooms, including the main room where you’ll find headliners putting on a show with VIP booths doubling as front row seats. Outside is one the Strip’s original patios where a second DJ spins another genre of music as partygoers dance under the neon lights.
Encore Beach Club was Steve Wynn’s first splash into the Las Vegas dayclub scene but the elegant pool club was just one part of the plan. Surrender Nightclub at Encore keeps the party going well into the night with 60,000 square feet of poolside paradise. While the pool itself is not open for partying every night, Surrender utilizes the posh VIP booths and expansive pool deck to carry out the revelry. Surrender Nightclub itself is more like an intimate lounge. It occupies only 5,000 square feet and holds a bar with several VIP booths and an indoor DJ booth when the desert weather doesn’t cooperate, but the true excitement lay outside where DJs like Afrojack and Steve Aoki normally control the turntables and make you surrender to the night.
There’s no other place to spend a night at Vegas than partying at TAO Nightclub. Arrive at the entryway to find a throng of beautiful women leisurely bathing in tubs of rose petals and you already know you’re in for a treat. The Eastern influence is evident throughout the space, offering up a luxurious experience thanks to stylish accents, seductive lights, multiple bars and rooms. The result? One extreme party. Feast your eyes on gogos spilling from above and sip on classic cocktails while world-class DJs spin the hottest in music. If you haven’t been to TAO, you haven’t been to Vegas.
The Bank Nightclub
At only 6,600 square feet, The Bank at the Bellagio is built more like an actual bank than Las Vegas nightclub. But while you will likely never step inside the vault of an actual bank, The Bank prides itself on packing in the crowds inside its lavish main room. Once guests traverse the escalator and trek through the foyer, they will find a two-level ode to opulence. A DJ booth sits between the floors that are shaded in gold accents, black onyx and an array of colors from the state-of-the-art light system. VIP booths are tiered to keep the groups private but in the midst of the action as bodies bang together in the spaces in between.
VIP Club Crawl
Whenever you touch down to Sin City chances are you want to hit up more than one nightlife haunt. The only problem? Logistics. The solution? The Elite VIP Club Crawl. You just board the party bus, grab a vodka Red Bull and enjoy the ride. With a host for the night you’ll pass up lines at hotspots like LAX, 1OAK, Pure, Chateau to name a few. Easy. And the party doesn’t stop in between venues as you’ll be rolling around town in a stylish and stocked party bus. Bring it.