Nightlife in Las Vegas

Nightlife in Las Vegas combines glitz, glamour, and some of the best entertainment in the entire world. Everyone wants to know which nightclub is best. Truthfully, it’s impossible to pick. Not to worry, we rounded up a few of our favorite picks. Plus, a bit of an introduction for each. There’s a Las Vegas nightlife experience out there for everyone.

Nightlife with the Best Views in Las Vegas

Drai’s Las Vegas is located at the very top of The Cromwell. While technically smaller than some of the other clubs on this list, Drai’s more than makes up for it with the most incredible location and views. Drai’s is chic and has drawn entertainment starts like The Weeknd and 2Chainz. Enjoy the multi-level club that includes 25,000 square feet of space, two bars, 75 bottle-service tables, and a chart-topping calendar of performers.

Check out Drai’s event calendar to stay in the know. All the information about bottle service is available online.

Most Extravagant Nightlife in Las Vegas

XS Las Vegas is one of the most expensive nightclubs ever built. It’s easy to see why -nearly everything around you is gold-plated. According to Condé Nast Traveler, this is the hottest nightclub in the world. Upcoming performers include Diplo, The Chainsmokers, and Drake.

XS Las Vegas is open Friday and Saturday, from 10:30 pm until close.

Most Exciting Nightlife in Las Vegas

Every single part of Omnia seems to be filled with lights and colors. Entering this club is a sensory experience that does not stop until you leave.

The 22,000-pound chandelier is at the heart of Omnia. It’s made of eight concentric circles and includes theatrical lighting effects, video projections, and LED strips. When combined with music performances, the experience is truly one-of-a-kind. Omnia is a Las Vegas nightclub you have to experience.

With six different VIP table options, there’s a perfect place to spend the night for everyone. Omnia Terrace offers views of the Las Vegas Strip.

Finally, the Heart of Omnia is an intimate space designed to combine masculine and feminine designs. Visual content extends through all of Omnia spaces, creating a genuinely visionary nightlife experience.

Las Vegas Nightlife fit for Kings & Queens

Chateau, located at Paris Las Vegas, is just under the replica of the Eiffel Tower. You’ll have the feeling that you’re dancing under the Parsian lights all night.

Chateau is a 14,000 square-foot outdoor nightlife experience. It’s impossible not to feel like royalty when you’ve been transported to Paris for the night. Enjoy the impressive ambiance of Chateau. Chateau also offers bachelorette packages for ladies looking to celebrate.

Wednesday- Saturday: 10:30 pm to 4:00 am

Biggest and Baddest Las Vegas Nightclub

Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand is the epitome of Las Vegas nightlife. Hakkasan is currently home to EDM giants, including Tiesto, Calvin Harris, and Steve Aoki.

Don’t forget to look up and take in the Hakkasan Grid, a multi-million dollar light installation. It’s iconic to Hakkasan Nightclub.

On the third floor, you will find The Ling Ling Club. It’s a contemporary nightlife experience with a different vibe than the main space. The Ling Ling Lounge is a more intimate space with semi-private seating.

Hakkasan is open Thursday through Sunday nights until 4 am.

Las Vegas Nightclub Tips

Dress to Impress

This likely goes without saying, but nearly every nightclub has a dress code. If you think they won’t enforce that dress code, you’d better think again.

Decide if You Want or Need Bottle Service

Depending on the size and gender of your group, your budget, and what kind of experience you’re looking for, you may want to consider reserving a table and ordering bottle service.

Bring your I.D.

Even if you look like you’re 93 years old, nightclubs will turn you away without an I.D. The risk of possibly admitting someone without an I.D. will always outweigh whatever reasoning you have.

Nightlife in Las Vegas

There are lots of different nightlife experiences to be had in Las Vegas. We hope that you take the chance to experience a few of them and let us know what’s your favorite.

Don’t forget. The Las Vegas Monorail is open until 2 am on Tuesday-Thursday and until 3 am Friday-Sunday nights. Save your feet for dancing and ride the Las Vegas Monorail for the night.