Club Ra / Luxor Hotel, Las Vegas
The strip is the night life. Here is a picture of the entrance to the Luxor from the monorail. Inside the pyramid is very interesting. There are alot of Egyptian like fake artifacts. There is even a Imax theatre here if I remember right. It cost money, though, so we didn't see that yet. There are so many free things to enjoy that we haven't resorted to much paid entertainment yet. There is even a very powerful spot light shooting straight up from the pyramid.
Club RA... This club has hip hop, trance, house, etc with DJ's spinning on Friday and Sat. Not sure about the rest of the week though.
Drinks: ~$5-7 for beer, shots, mixed drinks...
Dress Code: Probably no tennis shoes or jeans, girls can probably get away with more though...
Ra - A Nightclub - Doors open 10 p.m., Wednesday-Saturday. DJ and go-go dancers.
Cover: $10 all men; $5 women; women with local ID admitted free.
Wednesdays: Pleasuredome and cage dancing contest. 10 winners win $100 each.
Thursdays: Divas Night -- A taste of live percussion and congos with house Latin beats spun by the world's hottest DJ's.
Dress Code: Attire: No T-shirts, tank tops, baggy jeans, hats, tennis shoes or work boots. Dress code is enforced. This is a dance club, so dress like it.
RA is situated in the Luxor Casino
to the left of the main Casino cage.
Lines are long and dress to impress.
Inside, you'll find a large dance floor
pumping out Techo and Hip-Hop
Dress Code: Dress to impress .......
Expensive Cover Charge
** Not Worth it **
Men: $20.00 USD
Ladies: $10.00 USD
Open 'till 4 AM
The music at Ra is dependable. I've seen Baby Anne the breakbeat queen here twice (completely by coincidence). Nice venue. It's not one of the newer clubs but that doesn't seem to matter, it's far from dated.
Dress Code: Trendy.
Went here on a Saturday night, they were playing Jungle music and it was awesome! the DJ was excellent! There were hot looking girls all over the place. Features the usual go-go dancers, expensive drinks, etc. The only downside is the Luxor's location from the strip, where most people stay. That means instead of everyone in your group being able to drink and get tipsy, someone has to be able to drive. Or you can get a cab or something.
Dress Code: A pretty strict dress code... dress to impress!
Ra is a fun little club. The music is primarily hip-hop. There's a big dance floor. The club's dancing girls are hot. Just try not to stare too much if you're with your girlfriend!
It's free if you're staying at the hotel.
Dress Code: Dress to impress.
Club Ra is located inside the Luxor Hotel at the south end of the strip. This is the most popular club in all of Vegas and there is a reason why. This club is really fun and full of beautiful people. Make sure you get there a little early as wait times can be up to two hours to get in.
When going clubbing in Vegas make sure you pick where you want to go ahead of time. With wait times up to two hours or more if you try to club hop you will spend most of your time waiting in lines instead of enjoying the nightlife.
Dress Code: As sexy as possible. The clubs get hot and everyone is drinking and dancing so be comfortable.
An awesome club, located inside The Luxor. You'll see it by the huge line forming outside at about 9. Hate places that stack the line? Too bad. You have to be staying in The Luxor or be on the VIP list to avoid it. Ra is worth the wait. Great staff and excellent music. The surroundings are very impressive, which hugely vaulted ceilings and bars at both ends of the club.
Dress Code: Dress to impress or you won't get in.
What a club. This place is amazing, the decor, the atmosphere, the music - I'm sure you get the idea. The lines for this place can be quite long so get there early. For one of the best clubbing nights of your life check out some of the guest DJ's from England - they know how to get the dance floor rocking.
Dress Code: Smart