Being the Entertainment Capital of the World, nightlife patrons in Las Vegas are a diverse mix of people from all over the world: from locals to people from other states to those coming from different countries. It is also typical to see magazines, newspapers, TV shows, and movies featuring Vegas nightlife spots with partying celebrities either while doing work or simply hanging out. And these clubs and hotels regularly host all sorts of pool parties, bachelorette parties, themed celebrations and other late-night hangouts. As many of these Las Vegas clubs strictly enforce dress codes, partygoers should check about them in advance to avoid any hassle during their night-outs.
3730 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109; 702-693-8300
Haze Nightclub is Aria Hotel’s 25,000-square foot club welcomed by rusted and steel-slanted walls along its entry way. Within the entrance, guests can see an angular pathway filled with theatrical space and playful lights that can alter one’s perception at every turn.
The club has uneven surfaces with hanging props inspired by the art of puppetry. There are interactive projection screens and smoke effects navigating the space to produce euphoric hazes. VIP guests are also privileged to ascend in a grand staircase to a mezzanine-level VIP room filled with jewel-like furniture. All these features provide inventive nightclub technology to mesmerize club dwellers.
3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109; 702-693-8300
The Bank at the Bellagio Hotel features a 6,600-square foot space with a tiered rectangle layout. To keep up with its monetary conscious theme, The Bank infuses elements of everything perceived to be precious and valuable through its plush walls, moody lights and monetary designs shaped like bills and coins. The black and gold night time fantasy visuals seen around provides a lavish landscape that complement the glass-encased dance floor and the two full-service bars.
Accommodating more than 1,000 guests, the club offers a spacious main room with a dramatic aerial perspective. The VIP booths layer the dance floor in a multi-tiered environment that aptly suits the cosmopolitan atmosphere.
3355 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109; 702-388-8588
Tao Nightclub is an Asian inspired nightlife location at the Venetian Hotel. Filled with velvet decors, waterfalls reflecting a Zen-inspired ambience, Buddha statues, and centuries old looking wood and stones materials seen around the club, this 44,000-square foot club can accommodate about 3,000 guests. Upon getting to the Strip-side entrance of the Grand Canal Shoppes, club patrons walks through a long pathway with bathtubs on each side sides. Each bathtub features a woman in sensual outfit. She plays around the floating rose petals and the water while the reddish light further sets the mood sultry and passionate mood while going inside the club.
Tao features three full-service bars, a 40-foot terrace and two main rooms. Food and drinks inside this club is one of the best along The Strip area. Many partygoers try the popular sample drinks such as the Tao-tini, Tiger Lily, and Tao Love Potion #9. Popular dishes include the Kobe Beef Shabu Shabu and the Peking Duck.
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