The city famous for having “something for everyone” furthers the proof to its claim when the sun goes down. After dinner, You can experience a variety of night spots with personalities as varied as their own. From elaborately themed clubs to the new wave of posh “ultra lounges” sweeping the Strip, attendees can choose from a wide array of offerings, including Pure (Caesars Palace), Rain in the Desert (Palms), Red Square (Mandalay Bay), Studio 54 (MGM Grand), Tao (The Venetian). Tryst (Wynn Las Vegas) is one of the newest, while Drai’s (Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall) is one of the nightlife pioneers. With hip surroundings, signature drinks and an “anything goes” attitude, ultra lounges have redesigned Vegas nightlife, providing a new way to party on the Strip. Surrender Nightclub, located at Encore, is a 5,000-square-foot nightclub, which opens to the outdoors. The 60,000-square-foot Encore Beach Club is connected and features 26 cabanas, eight, two-story bungalows, a restaurant and poolside blackjack and craps.
Vanity Nightclub at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino focuses on the most important person in the room – you. The entrance welcomes you with a sparkling collage of reflective tile and antique vanity mirrors. The interior transports guests into an eclectic jewel box adorned with pearls, hand cut crystals and reflective walls of bronze fused with metallic gold. The heartbeat of the club is a spectacular cyclone chandelier lit from within by more than 20,000 LED lights that truly bring the dance floor to life. The 14,000 square-foot venue features two marble bars, 50 intimate VIP booths, an outdoor terrace with cabanas, fire pit, and offers direct access to the outdoor Sky Bar.
At XS, the nightclub at Encore, after-dark impresario Victor Drai combines an outdoor pool environment with the sizzling club atmosphere. Destined to be the gold standard in Vegas nightlife, the club’s design is inspired by the sexy curves of the human body and embraces the European pool and island bar it envelopes. The dance floor at XS is highlighted by a ten-foot rotating chandelier.