Everybody knows about our showrooms and casinos, but there are nightspots you just can't find back home. The Las Vegas nightlife truly is unrivaled. Just open a magazine next time you're at the grocery store. All the celebrities are here. They're dancing, enjoying the music and celebrating life at the very same clubs and bars as you. That is, if you're a night owl, party animal or lover of the good life.
And when the stars come out, so does everybody else, at PURE at Caesars Palace, Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan and Gallery at Planet Hollywood Resort, just to name a few. There are plenty of options, but one thing's for certain: Las Vegas nightclubs have reached legendary status.
The House of Blues Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay is one of the most exclusive clubs in Vegas.
Accessible only by a private elevator, the Foundation Room is located 43 floors up, on the top of the hotel. An outdoor balcony offers breathtaking views of the Strip and the eastern Las Vegas valley.
Designed with dark colors, fabrics and authentic artifacts from India and Tibet, the Foundation Room has an exotic, mysterious ambience. There is a fireplace in the main lounge surrounded by comfortable sofas -- a perfect place for conversation or relaxation.
Why go for one type of club atmosphere, when you can go for many?
Its sister properties combine dining and nightlife, but Marquee, Tao Group's newest Vegas property, emphasizes music. Three different rooms mean three different vibes each night, and whether you choose one or all three, each is handled spectacularly well.
When you get to Marquee from second floor of The Cosmopolitan (after a quick elevator ride), you are met by the first bar. From here, you can start the night off with a stiff drink and figure out where to head next: Go right to the enormous main room, or left into the subdued Boom Box Room.
If you're looking for a no-frills place to party while you're in Vegas, Coyote Ugly is it.
Coyote Ugly has everything you need in a bar but none of the fancy stuff you might find in some other clubs around town. There are plenty of beers and shots on the menu but no complicated cocktails.
You won't find a celebrity DJ on the turntables, but you'll be able to play what you want to hear on a jukebox. There are plenty of places to stand and hang out, but you won't be paying for bottle service or tables here.
1 OAK is "one of a kind" - it's right in the name. This 1 OAK name is taken from the sister club in New York City, but the space plays host to wild nights that can only happen in Sin City.
Located near the valet and parking garage entrances, across from King Ink, 1 OAK is a modestly-sized club, but makes good use of space. The 16,000-square-foot venue can be set up as two separate rooms with their own bar, sound and lighting system, and music selection. The two rooms can be combined into one large room for capacity events and special guests, which have included Pitbull, Fergie and Bruno Mars. Expect a combination of electronic, hip-hop and Top 40 in rotation, with more options on two-room nights.