Designed by the internationally renowned Rockwell Group, OMNIA spans 75,000 total square-feet. The multi-level venue encompasses a seductive ultra-lounge, a high-energy main room and mezzanine, as well as a breathtaking rooftop garden, showcasing panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip. Voted “Best Visual Extravaganza” by Vegas Seven and “Best New Nightclub” by Las Vegas Review Journal.
OMNIA’s Main Room features multiple layers, an expansive dance floor, antique mirrors, and seats of rich leather – all underneath a gigantic kinetic LED chandelier that ascends, descends, morphs and transforms to the beat of the night.
Heart of OMNIA – Slipping into the ultra-lounge is like discovering your detour is a destination in and of itself. Explore antique brass, mirror panels, embossed vinyls and rich draping velvets – with tech-forward LED panels integrated throughout for an ever-evolving scene.
Terrace – Overlooking the action of the famed Las Vegas Strip, the outdoor terrace transports guests to the splendor of an outdoor escape with a splash of technological marvel. Open air commingles with modern luxury, with inset lighting in glass floor tiles pulsing to the beat from the LED-laced DJ booth.
Wild at Heart is a weekly Tuesday concept to release that mid-week, built-up energy. Time to let loose and be a little wild.
Celebrated with a Michelin star, Hakkasan restaurant has led the way with unmatched cuisine and décor. Its modern ‘Chinois-chic’ interiors translate traditional Chinese motifs into contemporary interior design, creating stunning, ultra-sophisticated yet fashionable environments.
New to its portfolio, is the first ever Hakkasan Nightclub, a bold evolution of the prestigious brand into an all-encompassing nightlife experience offering patrons top musical talent across various genres.
Hakkasan perpetually attracts an international following of trendsetters, tastemakers and celebrities, making for one of the most vibrant and memorable experiences in the hospitality world. Its sense of style is timeless as are its patrons, a global fan base whom appreciate only the best in design, nightlife and cuisine.
Calling something a jewel is a bold move – for a nightclub or a folk singer. But if anyone can live up to the name it’s Hakkasan Group. The creators of Hakkasan Nightclub and the amazing Omnia, Hakkasan Group is raising the bedazzled bar again with Jewel – again, the nightclub, not the folk singer.
The space at Aria has long been awaiting a new nightlife experience. And with everything from mirrored doors and arched bronze portals leading you in to a dome ceiling and LED ribbons inside, Jewel is sure to fit in at the opulent Aria. If that wasn’t enough to entice you, the dance floor is surrounded by granite VIP banquettes with leather upholstery.
As DJ booths have become more than just a place to house the deck and stack the performer’s Monster cans, Hakkasan’s properties have continually upped the ante on the beauty and functionality of the spaces. Jewel has huge dual-sided LED video screens that sync with the music and offer 360-degree movement. We’re talking a wall of light that bumps with the beat. If you can’t get into the groove on this dance floor then you should probably head out the club and your funk bone checked. And we haven’t even gotten upstairs yet.
On the mezzanine, Jewel boasts five individually designed VIP skybox suites. They’ve named them The Blind Tiger, The Studio, The G.O.A.T., The Prestige and The Gallery. Whether you want a speakeasy experience or to feel like you fell into a massive jewelry box and are now dripping with champagne and elegance, one of the boxes will be right for you – if you can afford them.
When it’s 11 p.m., you just got up two hours ago and you’re deciding which club to go to, just think about which one sums up its magnificence right there in the name. Then go to Jewel. We’re pretty sure they won’t play “Who Will Save Your Soul.”
JEWEL Nightclub is set to adorn ARIA Resort and Casino in the spring of 2016. Spanning more than 24,000 square feet of precisely designed space, JEWEL is as inviting as it is evocative; a rare ambient delight that must be experienced to be appreciated. Whether the headliner is a world class DJ or performer, JEWEL offers a multi-faceted experience for each guest and every event.
JEWEL boasts a style that complements the modern luxury aesthetic of ARIA, while including elements that are altogether unique. The talented Rockwell Group, known for their seamless integration of technology and handcrafted detail, has created the visual narrative for JEWEL. Over 1,300 feet of architectural LED ribbons offer a vibrant counterpoint to vintage parquet detailing and richly tufted VIP banquettes. Five themed VIP suites with custom amenities circle the mezzanine for more intimate gatherings. Throughout the nightclub, lush layers of textures, fabric and finishes embellish every facet of JEWEL.
When you’re ready to let the music move you, JEWEL presents a gift. In the main club just above the dance floor, distinctive LED ribbons crown the action as they contour the pillars and walls pulsing with the rhythm. This convergence of sight and sound creates an immersive space from which to admire the ambiance, and one another. Just behind the DJ booth, a mesmerizing wall of light technology shape-shifts and shines, synchronizing the experience and culminating with a feast for the senses.
JEWEL’s design offers an unprecedented experience of clear views and close proximity to all the action. Vantage points in every direction mean that you can always see, and be seen.
A distinct venue cut and polished to perfection – JEWEL
If you’re not in the club scene, or your only interaction with the club scene is turning up for the music, you might not know the name Victor Drai. That’s ok. He put his name all over something you’re sure to remember — Drai’s Nightclub. It’s the place in Vegas for club patrons who know the difference between upscale and just scaled up.
An elevator ride above the Cromwell, a sensual boutique hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, Drai’s Nightclub continues the Cromwell’s attitude of specifically-chic ambiance catering to a crowd of clever and well-off waifs. The clientele can tell that the Strip is changing and they know how small batches of craft work offer greater taste. So coming to Drai’s means accepting that the club is as much a place for art as getting wasted.
They offer the usual decadence you’d expect like private jet charters and bottle service packages including ridiculously expensive champagne. But even for the average club goer the space is filled with the party favors, drinks and a giant disco ball you need to create a priceless night. And that’s just inside.
When the night is warm, which is a lot of time in Vegas, the pool area is open with a view of the Strip, Caesar’s Palace and Bellagio across the street, and the occasional burst of fireworks set off by someone who probably paid more for that honor than we make in a month of writing about it.
In many ways, Drai’s Nightclub is like its competitors and it’s cohorts — Drai’s Afterhours and Drai’s Beach Club — but thanks to the efforts of renowned creator Victor Drai and the smaller but special styling of the Cromwell, Drai’s Nightclub has carved out a star-shaped space in a city almost bursting with supernovas. And with the mega performers who have hit the stage, like Iggy Azalea, the Weekend and more, Drai’s Nightclub is a venue that brings the show to the party and thanks you for attendance.
If you want a true nightclub experience that still speaks to the boutique mentality of the too-cool-for-everything millennium, try Drai’s Nightclub. Then go to Drai’s Afterhours. The contrast makes them both cooler.
Drais Nightclub: TheDrais club in Las Vegas is one of the hottest Las Vegas night clubs with an unusual twist. At night, this hot club is a French cuisine restaurant, serving high class food in a relaxed environment. Once the last meal has been served however, and midnight arrives, the restaurant is transformed into a club. While not designed originally to be a club, the large, spacious dance floor coupled with a over sized couches, chairs, tables and even books along the wall, let you party, socialize with friends, or just sit in the background and watch.
XS:The provocative new Nightclub at Encore, is the ultimate in sensual sophistication to host your next affair. The lush, shimmering finishes, meticulously planned sound system and surreal, 3-dimensional imagery combine to create a fantasy of sight, sound and touch. Outdoor seating offers an up close view to the exotic, European Pool, which glows and comes to life after dark.
The club designers at Wynn/Encore have created a club that works on all levels of extravagance and practicality. From the moment you queue up in small rooms adjacent to the club, instead of loitering in the middle of the hall with all the poor souls who can’t get in or are too turned off by the crowds, it’s clear that XS is doing something different than the clubs of the past. And the moment you see the golden adornments of women set into the walls and the lights that make the full moon jealous, you’ll know your night has become something to remember. Just don’t walk up and paw the alcove ladies. You’re trying to be classy after all.
Aside from the obviously expensive surroundings, the design of XS, modeled after the best parts of its older sister Tryst, is a reason in itself to attend. Even if the carpet were cheap and the décor something substantially less than golden-goddess chic, the centrally-located dance floor surrounded by accessible tables, wide walking spaces and enough room at the bar to actually get a drink and pivot in place without stepping on someone make XS the club for flow and poise. And that mentality extends into the outside pool area.
Behind the DJ booth is the outdoor pool. The lights and sound system are designed to ensure that those enjoying the night air have the same experience as those who prefer to stay inside. Massive lighting systems with lasers and screens are mounted around the club’s poolside entrance. And an extremely private — as in restricted pretty much to talent and the people they’re sleeping with — VVVIP area is right behind the DJ booth. If you can get there, without having to trade your innocence or sense of shame, it’s quite possibly the best club seat in Vegas.
XS sees an astounding amount of people throughout the week, so expect it to be busy. And it’s easy to see why. Expanding on the success of Tryst, XS has become one of the top performance spots in Vegas. Current DJ lineups aren’t even a who’s who, they’re a “hey I’ve heard of them” of the world’s best DJs.
The details of the experience are what set this club apart. Some places talk about their fine quality leather. Some are obsessed with putting their most expensive drinks on the forefront of people’s minds, just so they can say they have them. But XS is about the space, the patrons and the night you’ll have. They’ve put a sincerely ridiculous amount of time, energy, knowledge and money into it — so much care that it borders on XS-ive. But it’s all totally worth it. For a club that learns from its competitors and its collaborators, then steps up its game, XS is just the right amount of awesome.
Surrender is a premier nightclub known for showcasing the world’s best electronic music talent. Our resident DJs include Diplo, DJ Snake, Flosstradamus, RLGRIME, Lil Jon & more.
Experience the energetic indoor/outdoor environment, world class sound system, luxurious VIP bungalows and cabanas and unparalleled service.
Feel the heart pounding beats and give in to your temptations. We live for the night, Surrender yours.
Surrender Nightclub Dress Attire for Guests Strictly Enforced
It seems like an addition to the Encore casino as it sits silently behind revolving doors. But Surrender Nightclub is anything but an afterthought. From the snake behind the bar to the poles to the huge outdoor space with its own DJ booth and dance area, Surrender feels like falling into an evening you won’t soon forget. And that’s all just in the design.
Roger Thomas, a name you’ll recognize if you know anything about Vegas interior design or the genesis of the Wynn and Encore, designed Surrender, and the impeccable style shines through. Like a single step forward, followed by another and another growing in pace and intensity, Surrender pulls you along until you’re so deep inside the belly of the snake all you can do is dance and play the ribs like a xylophone.
Even in the winter, which in Vegas means chilly at worst, the outdoor area is kept warm and inviting. The cabanas surrounding the pool have great views. And gaming is right on the other side to lure people away from the party and money away from their pockets. For a clean club experience with space to move and an atmosphere that keeps pulling you back in, Surrender is an incredibly aptly named place. Give in to it and you’ll have a great time.
Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub is Las Vegas’ most sought after nightlife and day party destination. With features and amenities that elevate it to much more than just the best club in Las Vegas, Marquee is an entertainment sanctuary that attracts celebrities, top-flight DJs and partygoers from around the world for the most extravagant events that the industry has to offer.
Boasting over 60,000 square-feet of space, Marquee features a rooftop patio with views encompassed by the lights and sounds of the famed Las Vegas Strip, an ultra-pool club, the “Boom Box,” a mixed format room and “the Library,” a low-key VIP retreat. With so many options under one roof and the ability to execute premier service and entertainment at the highest level, it is no wonder why the Marquee brand is widely celebrated among the echelon of nightlife havens.
In addition to the many alluring qualities that Marquee has to offer, it also just so happens to be conveniently located right in heart of the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas.
1 OAK Las Vegas Nightclub at The Mirage embodies chic, world-class service and the ultimate in after-dark innovation as we introduce the Las Vegas nightlife scene to the excitement and sophistication of a New York City style night out.
Expect the unexpected at 1 OAK Nightclub – impromptu performances from the hottest up-and-coming talents in music, unannounced appearances from A-list celebrities, and surprises that create a truly One Of A Kind experience every night.
Importing the NYC experience to Las Vegas nightlife are The Butter Group, New York’s prominent leader in lifestyle and hospitality, and The Light Group, the originators of Vegas nightlife as we know it. The Las Vegas nightclub’s 16,000 sq. ft. space includes two rooms of music, state-of-the-art audiovisual by Avalon Sound and original artwork by world-renowned Roy Nachum.
1 OAK Nightclub is the Las Vegas nightlife favorite of musical and celebrity guests alike, welcoming the likes of Fergie, Jessica Alba, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Adam Levine, Kid Cudi, Pitbull and Wiz Khalifa.
1 OAK Las Vegas Nightclub is open Friday and Saturday night every week.
We’ll gloss over the oddity of calling a place “1 Of A Kind” when there’s also one in New York and get right to the high points of 1 OAK. For a club designed entirely around its dance floor, 1 OAK knows how to offer a full night of fun in a finite amount of space.
At first, the long entryway may seem excessive, until you get inside and realize they’re just preparing you for what lies ahead. With tight spaces on every side of the dance floor — one housing a bar, two leading to the only restroom and the third being kept clear of bystanders — 1 OAK can at times feel a little congested. Thankfully the security staff double as crossing guards and occasionally meter maids telling patrons where they can and cannot stand. Of course that isn’t the only or even the main aspect of 1 OAK you’re likely to notice, as long as you keep that one lane unobstructed.
But in between circling from the bar around to the bathroom then back around to try to get on the dance floor, partiers can hang out at the bar and lounge area set slightly above the rest of the club. This is the spot to chill and enjoy the music while deciding whether you want to move to the dance floor or not. A table here is probably cheaper than the ones directly adjacent to the dance floor, so it all comes down to where you want to be when the lights are shining and the music is busting.
The dance floor itself is by far the hottest place to be. When a regular DJ is playing, it becomes a hotspot for all the people who truly go to nightclubs to dance instead of just hit on people or be hit on. And when a superstar shows up, that dance floor can be the closest you’ll ever get to being walked on by a major artist.
If you’re not comfortable with closeness, 1 OAK might not be for you. It’s the type of club where strangers become good friends while they push past each other to get at their next drink. And it’s the kind of place where dancing the night away is more important than obeying all the rules or trying too hard to be like anybody else.
When you’ve lasted more than ten years in this town it’s pretty clear you’re doing something right. Having outlasted clubs, restaurants and even a few property names (we’re looking at you, Quad), Tao is now a Vegas mainstay and one of the spots you shouldn’t miss if you’re planning a tour of the Las Vegas club scene.
While eating at Tao Restaurant, you can say that you’re there for the food, the ambiance or because the giant Buddha inspires you to both eat more and somehow still learn the value of sacrifice. But when you enter Tao Nightclub, your reasons for hitting the town blend more into the light and the leather.
Visually, the nightclub space is some sort of take on Buddhism mixed with ancient styling mixed with a modern club mixed with girls in bathtubs full of flower petals. The reddish hue that fills the main room isn’t entirely unique in the club world, but the lights work with the décor and the assuredness in the construction to make the space feel like a longstanding temple to a faith that practically deifies girls in bathtubs full of flower petals. We won’t put the club on the spot and say the girls will absolutely always be there, but when it comes to girls in bathtubs full of rose petals, it’s better to err on the side of hope. That’s a Buddhist thing, right?
The dancing space is divided into two areas: The actual dance floor full of bumping music, sweating bodies and all the lights and shapes they can throw around; and the lounge space full of seating that’s just the right mix of intimate and open. You can certainly dance in the wide space between the booths on one side and the booths on the other, and you probably won’t be alone; but there’s a reason the actual floor gets the lights. The lounge has a bar. The dance floor has the DJ booth. And the two spots connect to each other through the main walkways or through a quick hop over the backs of the booths which you should definitely not do. You will get in trouble–even if you tell them you work for Vegas.comand you were just testing the temperature of the rose petals in the bath tubs.
If you’re tired of dancing or getting creeped out by all the Buddha statues staring at you, and you can’t score a table on the second floor overlooking the main room, the Opium Room might be the spot for you. No there’s no real opium. And we’ve been instructed not to put a winky face after that statement. The Opium Room is just a clever name for a chill lounge with its own bar, its own DJ booth and a style that’s more like the inside of a beautiful bamboo jewelry box instead of the shiny pink jewelry that is the main room.
As a nightlife venue, Tao has become synonymous with Las Vegas glamour and quasi-Eastern-religion themed nightlife experiences the world over. Everyday club goers who stroll in through the Grand Canal Shoppes find a new world of warm, wooden comfort on the ground and bright, Vegas glitterati in the air. The club has brought in names like Diddy, Snoop Dogg (it was Dogg at the time, probably) and Krewella. And combined with the restaurant and Tao Beach, the Tao experience becomes something so much more than the sum of its parts. (Is that a Buddhist saying? Well it is now.) And did we mention girls in bathtubs full of rose petals?
Intrigue will feature state-of-the-art lighting and sound designed by award-winning John Lyons Systems throughout the spectacular 14,000-square-foot venue, which will accommodate up to 1,200 patrons. Guests will enjoy contemporary party music that will cross over many different genres creating a high-energy dancing environment. A new glass enclosed patio will allow year-round views to the venue’s dramatic waterfall and spectacular pyrotechnics show. Additionally, a 1,200-square-foot private club within the club will be a social media free zone, allowing guests the ultimate in privacy.
Open nightly at 5PM,our Hyde Bellagio Sunset Lounge overlooking the iconic Fountains of Bellagio,brings an exclusive and opulent experience to lounge going aficionados. Offering delectable small bites from nearby Lago and carefully crafted cocktails with immaculate views of the Fountains of Bellagio, Hyde Sunset Lounge is the perfect backdrop for any early evening outing.
With its opening in 2012, Hyde Bellagio marked the first-ever nightlife experience in Las Vegas from sbe and globally acclaimed design icon Philippe Starck. sbe Founder, Chairman and CEO Sam Nazarian collaborated with Bellagio to deliver this spectacular 10,000-square-foot, indoor/outdoor venue.
The mystery of Hyde Bellagio begins with an opulent Italian villa lost centuries ago. The space was said to have been the property of a famed Renaissance artist, best known for tailoring seductive grand festival masks. With an eclectic and refined taste, the artist fashioned his surroundings with worldly treasures, complemented by Italian marbles, reclaimed woods, lavish chandeliers, and towering glass doors that led to a secluded Tuscan garden. Rediscovered as Hyde Bellagio, the villa has been artfully brought back to life by visionary design icon Philippe Starck. Boasting a seamless indoor/outdoor space and floor-to-ceiling windows, Hyde Bellagio features an expansive terrace that showcases Las Vegas’ most celebrated landmark, the Fountains of Bellagio.
Elevating the décor, Hyde Bellagio introduces an exclusive early-evening experience beginning at 5 p.m. highlighted by an award-winning mixology program and a menu of intriguing small plates.
DESCRIPTION Disclosure Presents WILD LIFE at LIGHT Nightclub, Saturday March 12th ARTISTS Disclosure (DJ Set) * DISCLAIMER* Guests must bring a printed copy of the scannable ticket and email confirmation (printed, PDF, or on the Wantickets app), valid photo I.D., and the credit card the ticket was purchased with. These tickets are print at home, please bring these items to the venue by 10:30pm, and follow signage to the presale ticket area, which is adjacent to the entrance of LIGHT and you will be scanned in. You must arrive by MIDNIGHT (12:00AM) to guarantee entry All patrons must be 21 years of age with valid ID – US residents must bring state or federal issued ID, foreign residents must have passports (no copies or paper IDs will be accepted) LIGHT door and management reserves all rights to decline entry of any guest not in proper dress code. LIGHT reserves the right to decline entry due to capacity issues, in which event guests will be asked to wait until the door is re-opened. Visibly intoxicated guests will not be admitted to the venue. Any disregard of the aforementioned rules will invalidate your ticket / entry. TheLightVegas.comFacebook.com/TheLightVegas Twitter.com/TheLightVegas Instagram.com/TheLightVegas LIGHT Nightclub is located in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino (directly adjacent to the West valet entrance).