Las Vegas is a thriving 24/7 desert metropolis built on gambling but has since evolved into one of the most popular tourist spots on the planet, welcoming over 42 million visitors globally every year. Known as "The Entertainment Capital of the World," Sin City has earned a reputation as "America's Adult Playground." It's famous for its vibrant pool parties and nightlife options, the shimmering neon-lit skyline, mega-resorts, luxury spas, unique dining experiences, and world-class entertainment. Visitors should take advantage of all there is to offer in this bustling town to enhance their experience and create memories of a lifetime.
Below are our top nightlife destinations, both on and adjacent to the iconic Strip, which will help to make planning for your Vegas Vacation easier. With all the choices Sin City has to offer, we know it can sometimes be overwhelming. Please feel free to reach out to us on the form below for assistance and recommendations.
Experience the hottest collection of nightclubs on the planet located on the Las Vegas Strip.
On The Record, Foundation Room, Chateau, and Tao
BEST HIP HOP CLUB:
EDITOR'S EDM PICK:
Toss-up between Zouk, XS, Omnia
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XS Nightclub, one of the first mega-clubs ever built in Las Vegas, still reigns supreme today as one of the City's most popular nightlife destinations. Located at the opulent Encore Hotel & Casino, XS has stood the test of time since its debut on New Year's Eve 2008. As many clubs have risen and fallen within that timeframe, XS continues to dominate the scene with its stunning décor and incredible entertainment. This 40,000 sq. ft. mega-club has been home to some of the biggest and most impressive musical artists in the world like Grammy award-winning DJs David Guetta, Diplo, The Chainsmokers, and Hip-Hop mogul Drake, among many others. XS, with its high-energy atmosphere, fantastic production, and spectacular performances, is an absolute must-visit!
Omnia Nightclub, with over 75,000 square feet of party space and one of the biggest dance floors and best outdoor terraces in the City, has become a significant player in the Las Vegas nightlife scene. Located inside the iconic Caesar's Palace, Omnia is a multi-level mega-club dripping in luxury. Previously known as Pure Nightclub, this space underwent a massive 100 million-dollar renovation in 2014 and is now known as one of the world's most recognizable nightclubs. The main attraction is the 22,000-pound high-tech chandelier made from eight oval rings, resembling a spaceship, which hangs over the club's main room dance floor, moving in sync with the music. Powered by regular performances from international DJ superstar residents Kaskade, Illenium, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Alesso, Afrojack, and many others, Omnia ranks among one of the very best nightclubs that Las Vegas offers.
Zouk Nightclub, brought to you by the Singapore-based hospitality brand Zouk Group, is the crown jewel at the 4.3 billion dollar Resorts World on the Las Vegas Strip. It boasts itself as "The most technologically advanced nightclub in Las Vegas, this luxury property debuted in September 2021 and holds the title as Sin City's largest and most expensive development in nearly two decades. Its flexible seating arrangements will allow the club to change the layout, size, and dimensions for distinct experiences throughout the week based on the different events that are booked. With 36,000 square feet of unique and innovative party space, Zouk is the new hotspot for bachelor/ bachelorette and birthday celebrations. It provides visitors with an elevated, immersive, and unparalleled nightlife experience.
The critically-acclaimed Drai's Nightclub is home to some of the wildest parties in Sin City. Dubbed as the "Number One Hip-Hop Nightclub in the World," this 65,000 sq. ft. multi-sensory indoor/outdoor entertainment venue is a rooftop nightclub, beach club, and after-hours hybrid that opened on Memorial Day Weekend in 2014. Since then, it has revolutionized the nightlife scene in Sin City. Located on the rooftop of The Cromwell, a sexy boutique hotel and casino, Drai's is a sight to behold. It offers partygoers an unparalleled, panoramic view of the Las Vegas Strip while dancing under the stars, plus 7,000 square feet of LED screens, 150+ Bottle Service tables inside and outside, and an 80-sided LED disco ball that rises and lowers to the center of the dance floor. Named after its creator, Victor Drai, the legendary nightclub owner, entrepreneur, and film producer, Drai's Nightclub showcases some of the biggest performing Hip Hop talent in the business and has featured some of the most iconic artists on their stage like Migos, Future, Chris Brown, and even comedy superstar Kevin Hart.
When Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub, from the creators of TAO Group Hospitality, opened in 2010, it introduced the Vegas nightlife scene to the first "club within a club" concept; different rooms with different vibes encapsulated inside the same venue. At its opening, this 60,000 square foot venue offered guests three differently-themed rooms on three floors, all operating at the same time, each with its own vibe and unique experience: Boombox Room, a crowded, box-shaped room that played entirely Top 40/Hip Hop music; the Library, a smaller, somewhat muted room with dark furniture, a pool table, and a working fireplace that acted as a lounge/speakeasy and is now only open for special events; and its Main Room, which, to this day, continues to be a large, high-energy space that spills out onto the dayclub. Its artist roster has changed quite a bit from its early days. Still, it boasts longtime residents and trance music DJ standouts like Benny Benassi and EDM artists Nicky Romero, Alan Walker, and Tritonal. Marquee has shifted towards Hip Hop events primarily headed by DJ Mustard and Lil Jon. Although Marquee is one of the older nightclubs on the Las Vegas Strip, it continues to be a consistent force in the daylife/nightlife market and remains at the top of most lists as one of the best clubs in the City.
Hakkasan Nightclub, at 80,000 square feet, is not just the largest nightclub in Las Vegas, but also in the U.S. Located at the tip of the Las Vegas Strip at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Hakkasan Nightclub not only serves as a gateway to Las Vegas but also to its bustling nightclub scene. Opening back in 2013, this five-level mega-club, which includes an internationally-acclaimed elevated Chinese restaurant, a nightclub, lounge, and private party space, quickly became an iconic fixture in Sin City's nightlife scene.
In 2019, Hakkasan added the "Hakkasan Grid," a massive state-of-the-art, multimillion-dollar custom-built, and 3D printed kinetic light installation. It's comprised of 57, 4-foot flexible sculptural triangles that combine to form a massive 30-foot canopy that encapsulates the audience below with breathtaking views as it weaves, rises, and falls to the beat of the music. With its cutting-edge technology, dramatic design elements, and impressive DJ roster list, Hakkasan Nightclub is renowned for providing its guests' unforgettable experiences. On a side note: in April 2021, TAO Group Hospitality, part of Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp., acquired the Hakkasan Group.
JEWEL Nightclub, formerly the popular HAZE Nightclub from Vegas nightlife's early days, initially struggled to find its niche in the Las Vegas market, toggling between EDM and Hip Hop as its main music programming. They've seemed to settle on bringing Hip Hop back, though, and Vegas is better for it. Jewel is a state-of-the-art nightclub and the first of its kind in Las Vegas. Guests can dance the night away with an ultramodern production wall that features duo-sided LED video screens, special effects lighting, and 360-degree movement.
Jewel's main entrance is a spectacle in and of itself – the main stairwell and walls are covered in bright LEDs that change colors and shapes as guests walk through it. It is a must-stop for a group picture for your Snapchat or Instagram reels. With the Main Club, a Mezzanine, and five private VIP suites facing the dance floor, Jewel can hold 2,000 partygoers. If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind Bottle Service experience, this is the place to be. With great tables for Bottle Service offered on both levels, you will always have an incredible view of the dance floor and a night to remember.
Light Nightclub formerly the popular Rum Jungle from Vegas nightlife's early days, initially struggled to find its niche in the Las Vegas market, toggling between EDM and Hip Hop as its main music programming. They've seemed to settle on bringing Hip Hop back, though, and Vegas is better for it. Light is an ever-changing experience due to the live acrobatics. Performers are sure to change up their act on a nightly basis so that no two visits are the same. As these impressive feats are being performed, resident and special guest artists that include the likes of T-Pain and Saweetie will ensure that the dance floor is the true focus. Though it may integrate new concepts, it is still a Las Vegas nightclub at its core, so any one patron can expect to find themselves pulled away from watching the talented gogos dance the night away on the dance floor. The energy at this hybrid club is constantly high, and sometimes it’s a little difficult to decide on what you want to do, dance or experience the impressiveness of the LED wall, but whatever choice you make, it’s the right one.
Light is a value club in sin city with the mega-club look and feel and prices that are more reminiscent of earlier in the decade. Many of our customer want the large club when then come to sin city but just can’t afford the $750 bottles at the clubs with the prominent headliners, this is why Light comes in at #8, on the best parties in town
For over a decade, the award-winning TAO Nightclub in Las Vegas has been a beacon of innovation and entertainment. It offers a complete experience with its 5-Star Asian Bistro, beach club, and nightclub featuring the hottest Open-Format DJs and world-class performers. Since its opening in September 2005, this 60,000-square-foot, multi-level Asian-inspired palace has been a draw to A-list celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Diddy, JLo, and LeBron James; you never know who you will see. TAO's reputation as a trendy, value-filled hotspot is a big draw for bachelor and bachelorette parties or a girl's/guy’s night out. It is one of the most well-known and widely recognizable clubs in the world, one of the top-grossing nightclubs in the U.S., and one of Las Vegas's most popular and longest-lasting nightlife venues.
On the Record is more than just another Las Vegas nightclub; it's a record store and speakeasy that exudes musical nostalgia and retro décor and is filled with unexpected surprises. Inside the newly-rebranded, newly-renovated Park MGM, On The Record offers an intimate setting for partygoers. It's divided into different areas, each with its own unique vibe – a patio featuring a Hip Hop DJ and bar in the side of an old bus, the main room with a traditional nightclub setting – aside from the fire pit – a set of private karaoke rooms, and a retro game arcade. The Vinyl Parlor is a private room with a 25 person capacity and hundreds of vinyl records decked out on the walls. The vinyl records are from artists of all genres throughout musical history. They are available for guests to remove and give to the bartenders as inspiration for creating specialty cocktails. If you want to celebrate your bachelor/bachelorette bash in Vegas but don't want to do it at an ear-deafening, over-crowded mega-club, On The Record provides a unique alternative nightclub experience with a tasteful combination of dancing and socializing.
Encore Beach at Night (formerly the ultra-popular Surrender Nightclub blends all of what makes it one of the best pool parties on the planet during the day and morphs into one of the best nightlife experiences available in Las Vegas.
This 3-tiered pool complex is an impressive 60,000 square foot party paradise and the only venue in Las Vegas dedicated as a nightly pool party while guests enjoy music from famed DJ headliners like RL Grime and Diplo. EBC has become the standard for pool parties not only in Las Vegas but in the world! It is one of the most popular nighttime events in Sin City, known for being wild and crazy with lots of splashing, pool toys, and swag.
The Foundation Room, owned by Live Nation, is a unique entry to the Las Vegas Nightlife scene. Situated on the 63rd floor of Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, this beautiful rooftop is an impressive combination of a fine dining restaurant, a sophisticated nightclub, and an exclusive membership-only venue. Unlike many other nightclubs in the City, Foundation Room opens at 5 PM for happy hour and dining, allowing guests an opportunity to catch the sweeping views of the sun setting over the vast Nevada desert.
The Foundation Room is the perfect setting for mature guests looking for a laid-back atmosphere and an alternative to the mega-clubs. It showcases a nice size dance floor, DJs spinning a mix of EDM, House, Rock, and Top 40s, and a 1,126 square foot open-air terrace overlooking the neon lights of the Las Vegas Strip. The Foundation Room is a perfect way to soak in the Las Vegas nightlife scene.
If you're a night owl and into the Vegas club scene, you will most likely want to party until the sun comes up, which is why an after-hours party like Drai's is the ideal spot. Not to be confused with its larger regular-hours venue situated on the rooftop of the hotel, Drai's After Hours is a popular hub for club-goers looking to continue the party into the wee hours of the morning, which makes it an extremely busy venue to get into.
Located in the basement of The Cromwell, this popular late-night haunt is 13,000 sq. ft. of posh party space. It has a state-of-the-art sound system and two different rooms that often have two DJs playing completely different music genres – the main room is Hip-Hop and R&B tunes. The other room experiments with a variety of Reggaeton, Latin Salsa, and Cumbia music. Drai's exclusive appeal attracts a good-looking crowd that includes celebrities, high rollers, and an eclectic group of diehard partiers who want to get together, let loose, and have fun.
Chateau Nightclub is one of the older nightclubs in Vegas. Located in the heart of the Strip at the Paris Hotel, this venue is perfect for guests who want to take in jaw-dropping views of the City and the Bellagio Fountains, dance the night away under the stars and get the most bang for their buck. As long as the weather cooperates, this outdoor venue is the place to be. Sidenote: when Chateau reopened after Vegas' mandatory shut down during the height of the "Cerveza Sickness," it did so as a lounge, and it will continue to operate as a lounge through 2022 and beyond.
There is no guest list, they can still have a DJ but no live entertainment, and there's no dance floor, but that doesn't stop partygoers from dancing at their tables. The music is mostly Hip Hop and Open-Format – a little Top 40, EDM, and some dance songs mixed in so there is something for everyone. The only way into Chateau at this time is via bottle service, but the prices are reasonable compared to the mega-nightclubs on the Strip. This upscale lounge has been super profitable, and they're selling out every Friday and Saturday, so if you're interested, you need to book in advance.
Vegas may have been built on gambling and multibillion-dollar mega-resorts, but Sin City was built on adult entertainment like brothels, strip joints, and the infamous Larry Flynt's Hustler Club, known around the world as the most premier topless gentlemen's. This place has it all, Hookah, an elevated bar menu, fantastic DJs, and a great party atmosphere. And to top it off, Las Vegas' best deep-house late-night party spot, Terrace Afterhours, takes place on the rooftop.
With a view of the neon-lit Las Vegas Strip, guests can party under the stars until the sun comes up – literally. But if you need a change of pace, have a seat in the club below, and the lovely Hustler Honeys will be happy to take care of you as you watch exotic dancers perform on a 40 ft. stripper pole; the longest in the world. And that's not all!! If you want a souvenir to remind you of your experience, be sure to visit the 20,000 sq. ft. adult novelty store called Hustler Hollywood; it's filled with sex toys and gadgets, erotic gifts, potions, and lotions, and lingerie. Calling all ladies, every weekend, the notorious Kings of Hustler take over the catwalks. This steamy show, filled with sexy male strippers, is the perfect addition to a girl's night out or a bachelor bash.
Hours of Operation:Friday and Saturday | 10:30 PM – late, Open Some Thursdays for Special Events
Primary Music:Latin and Hip hop
Vibe Check:Fridays Hip Hop main room, Latin side room, Saturdays they flip-flop
Embassy Nighclub is billed as the #1 Latin nightlife destination in Las Vegas and the West, showcasing some of the hottest Latin artists worldwide. Located minutes from the iconic Las Vegas Strip, Embassy is a sophisticated 30,000 sq. ft. multi-level nightclub featuring a massive dance floor and a raised performance stage, live entertainment, a disco ball, a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, an upscale Hookah Lounge, and a tapas cafe.
Embassy attracts a diverse crowd and fills a niche for tourists and locals looking for Latin music in a big-club environment. This place has it all – a great party atmosphere, fantastic music, a welcoming vibe, valet service, and sexy servers. It's also home to Vivica A. Fox's Black Magic Live, an erotic, exotic sexy revue featuring an all-black male ensemble, the perfect add-on to any girl's night out or bachelorette party celebration. What more can you ask for from a nightclub in Sin City!
If you're looking for a club with good vibes, good service, and great house music, Discopussy is the place. Discopussy is relatively new to the Las Vegas nightclub scene. Corner Bar Management, which already has Park on Fremont and Commonwealth, launched this new after-hours club on July 3, 2020. Spanning 6,500 square feet with a 500 person capacity, Discopussy attracts a mix of young and veteran dance-music fans who love House and Techno music.
The center of attraction is a massive, one-of-a-kind "disco octopus," with a disco ball for its head, is made up of 10,000+ laser cut components, illuminated by 5,000+ individually addressable light-emitting diodes, and controlled by LED drivers. It moves over the entire ceiling and presents a colorful, visual light experience for partygoers. If you want a great club experience, Discopussy is the perfect alternative to the overly loud, crowded, and expensive clubs on The Strip.
Hours of Operation:Thursday-Sunday | 8:30 PM – 4 AM
Primary Music: Hip Hop and Top 40
Vibe Check:Upscale hip hop party at the beautiful town square
McFadden's Nightclub - Town Square hails from New York City, this famous 30-year-old landmark is located at the south end of the Strip in Town Square – a world-class open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment complex. McFadden's is a 12,500 square foot restaurant/pub and the ultimate upscale playground with a lot to offer. Guests are treated to Irish-American classic fare and specialty dishes, a late-night menu, a "bomb" shots menu, draft and bottled beers, Irish draft beers, 80-ounce fishbowl cocktails, happy hour specials, and Fireball Cinnamon Whisky!
It's also a great place to catch a sporting event on one of their 40+ HD TVs, dance the night away, or host your next corporate event, bachelor bash, or bachelorette party. McFadden's offers a 6,000 sq. ft. patio where guests can relax on one of their couches around a fire pit. On most nights, the last call for alcohol is 4:00 AM.
Primary Music:Hip Hop, Latin, Top 40, & Open Format
Vibe Check:A local favorite for Latin and Hip Hop nights
Known as the "locals bar," yet enjoyed by tourists, Blue Martini is an upscale venue located on the south end of the iconic Las Vegas Strip at Town Square– a 93-acre open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment complex. Blue Martini offers Happy Hour six days a week, live entertainment, dancing, and themed events such as "Ladies Night" and "Industry Night" – there's always a party atmosphere at this upscale and contemporary bar. Blue Martini offers guests inside dining, dining al fresco, live entertainment, and a bar with handcrafted cocktails and more than 50 specialty martinis. Fresh from the kitchen is a global gourmet tapas menu and daily specials. The vibe is modern and sophisticated, with a relaxed feel that attracts a young, hip crowd. Casual nightclub attire is required, so dress to impress! Blue Martini is an ideal alternative to the over-crowded, ear-deafening mega-clubs. Oh, did we mention the have amazing hookah as well.
Hours of Operation: Thursday-Sunday | 10 PM – late
Primary Music:Open Format and Hip Hop
Vibe Check: Fremont Street's only nightclub experience, this venue features a view of the eclectic and eccentric Fremont Street from its second-level balcony.
Located in the infamous Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino – the only luxury hotel in Downtown Las Vegas - you will find Troy Liquor Bar on the second floor. It currently holds the title as the only nightclub on the Fremont Street Experience. An offshoot of its trendy Manhattan location, Troy Liquor Bar features VIP tables, a spacious dance floor, DJs spinning popular music Thursday through Sunday, handcrafted cocktails served by flair bartenders, and VIP bottle service specials. It's a great hang-out for guests who want to get away from the over-crowded Strip and want a more grounded, local-based experience. Troy Liquor Bar is worthy of a bachelor/bachelorette party, any celebration, or a much-needed night out.
So, there you have our picks for the top 20 Vegas clubs, but there are a few other “party places” you might want to consider. Maybe you want to sing the night away with some Karaoke, or catch some views at an amazing rooftop, or even have a dinner with some sexy and exciting entertainment. We the next we have some options that are not exactly nightclubs, but they offer a unique experience for some amazing sin city entertainment!
Vibe Check: Private, spacious karaoke rooms meet modern nightclub vibes.
Keep the party going 'til the wee hours with our after-hours at a cool Karaoke Bar! Dozens of cool themed Karaoke rooms, some tasty bites, and bottle service Vegas style.
KAMU Ultra Karaoke Lounge is not your typical karaoke joint. While karaoke bars are not a new concept to Las Vegas, KAMU is the first of its kind and the epitome of elegance, luxury, and intrigue. Boasting 17,000 square feet, it includes 40 different suites ranging in size, each with outrageous décor in various themes. They offer a mouth-watering menu of handcrafted delicacies, including Tuna Tataki Salad; Prosciutto, Mozzarella Flatbread; Korean Fried Chicken "KFC;" Kalbi Tacos, a 40 oz. Wagyu Tomahawk Steak and more, prepared by Veteran Las Vegas Chef Marty Lopez and his team, plus a full-service bar complete bottle service and an evolving cocktail program.
If you're looking for a fun and unique experience for your birthday, bachelor, or bachelorette party celebration, this is the ideal spot. KAMU is a karaoke bar, lounge, club, and restaurant concept that combines drinking, dining, dance, and singing all under one roof.
NOTE: Like all karaoke bars, KAMU charges a room rental fee on top of a food/beverage minimum spend requirement. Please submit a request if you are interested in booking.
Looking for alternative ways to party after hours? Sin City truly earns its name with our selection of world-class gentlemen's clubs, like Crazy Horse III and Sapphire Gentlemen's Club. View our complete selection below:
Hours of Operation:Sunday to Thursday 4 PM – 2 AM, Friday and Saturday 2 PM to 4 AM
Primary Music: Jazz and Speakeasy Beats
Vibe Check: New, Fresh, and Social with a unique "Old Vegas" view
Legacy Club is an upscale lounge and the perfect addition to Sin City's legendary nightlife scene. Located on the 60th floor of the adults-only Circa Resort & Casino in Downtown Las Vegas, this 8,400 square foot venue offers guests a luxurious rooftop lounge with magnificent panoramic views of the city complete with fire pits, lush plush couches, and chairs.
Expert mixologists whip up exotic specialty cocktails with an option to build your own Old Fashioned. Eleven metal busts of Las Vegas' "Founding Fathers" – the visionaries who helped build the City and turn it into the "Entertainment Capital of the World" – are on display plus 1,000 ounces of 500 Pure Gold 2 ounce bars – the perfect photo opportunities. The vibe at Legacy Club is laidback, and the music is a mix of smooth electronic vibes, classical jazz, Top 40, EDM, and Hip Hop tunes. An ideal spot to begin or end an evening!
Mayfair Supper Club and Mayfair After Dark were inspired by the top supper clubs from around the world. Dining, design, and entertainment combine to give guests a one-of-a-kind, multi-sensory experience.
Hours of Operation: Friday & Saturday | 10 pm – 3 am
Vibe Check: Dinner and a show; Mayfair After Dark turns an already elegant restaurant establishment into a sexy, scintillating nightlife experience replete with live musical acts and dancers.
If you live in Vegas or visit often, you have probably heard of Mayfair Supper Club. This sophisticated hotspot premiered at the Bellagio Hotel over New Year's weekend 2019. It combines elegant dining with premium entertainment, the perfect combination for the Las Vegas Strip. Mayfair took over the former Hyde Nightclub space. It features fantastic views from its balcony of the world-famous dancing Bellagio Fountains. As their restaurant operations wind down on Fridays and Saturdays, it transforms into Mayfair After Dark, a supper club with bottle service, for the ultimate VIP experience that brings nightlife to its guests without the velvet rope. Performers descend from the ceiling, and sexy routines abound as drink and dining intertwine with live music and DJ sets for a truly exceptional, one-of-a-kind affair.
So you're planning your Vegas trip and looking to study up as much as you can before your trip: smart move! In addition to the blurbs above, feel free to check out our collection of Vegas Nightlife Guides, where we answer everything from booking limo transportation to IV hangover recovery answering basic club questions like dress code and explaining the finer points of bottle service and guest list reservations – we cover every aspect of educating you about Las Vegas nightlife.
There are several venues that are not really nightclubs with bottle service more like a bar with music or a DJ and the offer open bar packages. We have some great one, two, and longer packages that offer all-you-can-drink for a fraction of what most places charge for drinks and bottles. Check out these great options below:
We are not sure if Voodoo Lounge on top of the Rio will be back. Also, the venues at the Palms, the former Kaos nightclub and Apex Social Lounge, they may or may not be back as new operators have taken over that property may re-brand. We do know Corner Bar Management, the creators of Commonwealth has a couple of new places coming to Fremont Street East district. Be on the lookout for We All Scream and Cheapshot, they seem to have that area dialed in, so expect some great parties. 🥳
Clubs In Stadiums and Lavo Party Brunch
One place I have to toss into the mix is the very popular Lavo Party Brunch which is seasonal from October to March when most of the pools are in hibernation. This is one hell of a party with tons of talent and sells out every single Saturday. Don’t forget that Vegas stadiums have clubs in them the Hyde at T-Mobile Arena and at Allegiant Stadium the Wynn Field Club. If you are coming to Sin City to see the Golden Nights Play or the Raiders or for a concert hit us up for some bottle service at these unique venues.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What is the dress code at a Vegas Nightclub?
All Vegas nightclubs on the Strip operate with the same general dress code for males: no shorts, preferably a collared shirt, no athletic wear (including shoes). Ladies pretty much have a lax dress code, with the only guidelines against athletic wear and see-through clothing without undergarments.
I was denied by nightclub Security, did I do something wrong?
The biggest reason a club's door security staff will deny a guest entry (if it isn't a dress code violation) is either an issue with the guest's ID (fake IDs, expired licenses, etc.) or an issue with the guest being too intoxicated to come into the venue without being a danger to themselves or others.
A club crawl is a "tour" of multiple venues offered at one flat rate. You go on the tour to the first stop, then after an allotment of time, the tour guide takes you and the rest of the group to the next stop, and so on until you reach the final destination. It's a good deal for people looking to see the most venues in one night at a discounted rate.
Buying drinks inside the Vegas clubs can be pricey. However, for ladies, you may be in luck as some Vegas clubs offer open bars as an added incentive with free guestlist entry. Additionally, you might be eligible for a girl comp table.
Is it better to buy tickets or get on the guestlist for Vegas clubs?
While getting on the guest list is the vastly more popular method (since it's free) for guests to use as their method of entry, sometimes it's better for your group to purchase club tickets to the event that you want to attend in order to lock down your entry.
It depends on the event and the venue. Also, for groups of 6 or more, you may find that buying bottle service is the better, more cost-effective option than spending money on general admission tickets. Contact us if you're unsure or need recommendations on what to do!
One of the services we offer to select groups is hosted VIP entry. Typically, only guests who buy bottle service get the privilege of getting expedited through the VIP Table entryway, but we can offer that service to non-table clients for a fee.
What are the best days of the week for Nightclubs?
Nightclubs are easily on their "A" game on peak nights, which are Friday and Saturday nights. During the week, Club nights are considered industry nights, and while typically slower than a Saturday night, the “local’s party” offers its own variety of awesome events.
Each club only has a select day or two during the week that it is open, so if you're planning a mid-week Vegas trip, make sure to check our guide to see what's open!
What are the typical hours of operation for a Nightclub in Vegas?
Vegas clubs typically open at around 10 PM and close at about 3:30 AM - 4 AM. If the event you're attending has a headlining DJ, expect the artist to come on at about 1:00 AM - 3:00 AM. Live performers (like Hip Hop artists) typically don't come on until about 2–2:30 AM, so be prepared to wait if you want to see the artist perform.
Thinking of keeping the party going? Like the ones detailed above, after-hours clubs typically start their nights around 2 AM and go on until sunrise.
Strip clubs are a popular after-party spot as well as they are open 24/7. We offer VIP Entry and free limo pickup (among other perks) to strip clubs for those interested.
I'm in Vegas with a group of guys. Any advice on how we can round up girls for our table?
Las Vegas Girls are everywhere in nightclubs – literally everywhere. We encourage guests to build their own organic relationships with other Vegas visitors, but if you want, we can help connect you to ladies that hit us up who want to hang out at a table.
If you want a guaranteed group of ladies partying at your table, you can also hire a couple of our atmosphere models to hang out with your group at your table!
Is limo transportation included with nightclub reservations?
Limousine Transportation isn't built into the reservation price for nightclub inquiries, but if you and your group are looking to charter a limo or party bus to take you to your next destination, we can definitely arrange that for you. Complimentary limo/party bus transport, however, is included with all stripclub reservations.
I'm planning a bachelor/bachelorette party. What are the best things to do?
Planning a bachelor or bachelorette party can be a daunting undertaking. Fortunately, we're here to help! Visit our guides to see what events we recommend for your guy or gal's last fling before the ring.
With years of experience in event planning in Las Vegas, we have an in-depth knowledge of the industry's inner workings to give you the best combination the city has to offer.
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Navigating Vegas nightlife is often very confusing, whether you are an experienced partygoer or coming to Vegas for the first time. That's what we're here for – to help guide you through what should be some of the most memorable days and nights of your life.
Brian Surreal Pfeiffer has over 20 years of club ownership, event production, and VIP hosting experience in Las Vegas, Miami, and Chicago. He was the former promotions manager of Wet Republic Pool Party and Hakkasan nightclub. With 1000's of parties and adventures, you can count on him and Exploring Las Vegas to make your sin city vacation amazing and memorable.