Five Las Vegas Nights, Five Las Vegas Night Clubs
What are Las Vegas’s Best Nightclubs?
Since everything that happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, you might as well make your next trip to Sin City the most memorable one yet. They don’t call it the Entertainment Capital of the World for nothing, and the party doesn’t really start until the sun goes down. Las Vegas is home to some of the world’s most extravagant night clubs, so let loose and party with celebrities and socialites at one of these five premier clubs. If you are having trouble choosing a club for your next night out in Sin City, consider one of Vegas’s Nite Tours and see where the night takes you.
Located in the historic Wynn Las Vegas, Tryst entertains 3,000 guests a night, including some of the biggest stars and Las Vegas trendsetters. A $40 million renovation that included the club’s iconic 90-foot waterfall propelled the club to the top of Vegas club lists. Tryst guests will come to see the cascading water and stay for the trademark exotic cocktails being poured from three bars. After a couple drinks, hit the massive dance floor and cut loose to the hottest top-40, hip-hop, and electronic tunes.
When you open the wrought-iron doors at LAX you will be blasted by the audio coming out of the best sound system money can buy. The two-story bar inside the Luxor has four bars and a balcony overlooking the huge dance floor. LAX labels itself as one massive party that attracts some of Las Vegas’s biggest names. LAX is certainly not lax on luxury and guests looking to experience Las Vegas luxury should indulge in one of the club’s ultra-VIP lofts.
Since opening in Caesar’s Palace in 2005, Pure has been consistently recognized as the #1 nightclub in the country. The club’s white decor suits the name and stays true to the Roman theme of the hotel and casino. Pure guests could spend a week at the club taking in one of four unique venues, each with its own style and sound. The outdoor terrace at Pure revolutionized the outdoor patio as a club outside of the club, with separate bars, dance floors, DJs, VIP seating areas under the stars, and panoramic views of the Strip.
Modeled after Tao in New York City, renowned designer Thomas Schoos (who also designed LAX) introduced Tao Las Vegas, which opened inside the Venetian in 2005. It has since become the highest-grossing nightclub in the United States. If the 20-foot tall statue of Buddha presiding over an infinity pool doesn’t take your breath away, the hordes of gorgeous models floating in pools amongst rose petals surely will. Tao is as opulent and elegant as a club gets, with celebs and jetsetters filling the private skyboxes and taking advantage of European bottle service.
Less of a club, more of a lounge, Mix on the 64th floor of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay offers awe-inspiring 360-degree views of Vegas, even from the restrooms. Known for their innovative cocktails and the hot beats and mixes from talented resident DJs. Mix is another can’t miss nighttime hot spot on the Strip. The chic black leather decor, red lighting, stunning spiral staircase, and 24-foot chandelier produce one of the most intimate, stylish atmospheres in town, but guests might prefer to spend their time on the dance floor or admiring the views. A private staircase leads to a lavish VIP lounge and bottle service is served at seating areas overlooking the Strip.