one of the newest night clubs in the strip and is sooo unique wherein you can see the various performers located in several transparent window boxes located at different heights along the lounge and they can be seen both from the inside and outside of the lounge. The Lounge is definitely a scene stealer when you hop from the Bellagio to the Cosmopolitan and beyond since you can see the various gogo dancers and performers from the transparent window boxes dancing. The best deal here in bond that there is no cover charge. the drinks are typical of las vegas with an average of $ 14 a pop like the apple martini.
Dress Code: smart casual (shirts with collar) and no flip flops or rubber shoes allowed.
Open daily, from 11-4 a.m
Hey, where is the tip editor of the Las Vegas Pages? why is LAVO not included in the Night Spots of Las Vegas? LAVO is now the number one lounge destination in the Vegas Area where famous celebrities are often seen. LAVO is conceptualized by the Creators of the Equally famous TAO Asian Bistro and Nightclub and Beach Club at the Venetian. With over 20,000 square feet of space, LAVO offers a multitude of indulgent entertainment experiences. Guests can start or end the night with cocktails in one of the sexiest lounges in town, or enjoy incredible Italian cuisine in one of the warmest fun filled dining rooms around. There is always a long waiting line at the Lavo in the Palazzo due to this. But be ready to spend a lot since the Lavo is for high end partying and eating.
Dress Code: smart casual with collared shirt or polos and no flip flops and rubber shoes allowed.
Hours of Operation
Sunday - Thursday
5:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Friday & Saturday
5:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Tuesday - Sunday
5:00 p.m. - 4:00 a.m.
Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday
11:00 p.m. - 5:00 a.m.
Friday & Saturday
10:30 p.m. - 5:00 a.m.
Went to the Palms poolside party for the first time and had a great time. It is a very relaxed compared to the other pool parties. Nice and mature crowd. I definitely recommend you check this place out during the day if you are in Vegas.
For more info on palms pool party and other events in Las Vegas you can check out this website, they have photos and event listings of lots of other hotspots in Vegas as well.
Dress Code: swimwear!!
If you enjoyed the film you might like the Coyote Ugly bar at the New York Hotel. The Coyote Ugly bar isn't really a place you could stay all night, we had 2 (very strong) drinks during happy hour then left. We were given some passes by a random guy at the entrance to the hotel so we didn't pay to get in which is always a bonus.
There are girls who dance on the bar (like in the film) who give out free shots and try to keep the crowd warmed up. I didn't pay much attention to them to be honest. I was a little concerned that the drinks would be limited (like in the movie) but I was satisfied with a Southern Comfort & lemonade. I didn't ask for water but I did wonder if they did the "Hell no H2O!" thing they do in the film.
The club/bar itself is quite small, no where to sit, lots of wood and the bar is decorated with bras left by female patrons. Worth a look if you like the film.
Dress Code: Dress code was pretty casual from what I remember.
Well, for my first trip to Vegas, my buddy said we couldn't miss the clubs at the Palms. After hitting up Ghostbar (see review on my Vegas page) we traveled to the other tower and checked out Moon. Being a thursday and the day after Halloween, the place was pretty busy. Moon was a great club. It was pretty packed and that made getting drinks a little difficult, but luckily the cover to the Playboy Club (right above Moon) was included, so we could go upstairs and grab a few cocktails and enjoy a more chill atmosphere. The club is very Las Vegas, with extremely good looking girls dancing on platforms and very good looking waitresses. The drinks were reasonable ($12 for a double Jack & Coke) and there were definately some semi-famous people around. Since the cover included Moon, Ghostbar, and the Playboy Club, I definately recommend checking them all out if they still offer that deal.
Dress Code: The dress code is the same for most clubs on the strip, nice jeans/slacks, good shoes, and a nice shirt. I had a dress shirt but left it untucked and the top button open and didn't get a second glance from the bouncers.
I was fortunate to be able to attend the grand opening weekend of the LAX nightclub which also happened to be the MTV Music Awards weekend.
After a "fashionable" time in the VIP line, I walked through what seemed to be a dark cavernous pathway to the club and descended down stairs into the expanse of the club which is flanked on both sides by bars serving great premium drinks and waters (open bar the night I was there), and the dancefloor separates the lounge areas from the main stage where the DJ spins the music.
I had a great time the night I was there with great music and a lively atmosphere. There was definitely high energy that night.
Hours of operation: Wednesday - Saturday, 10 p.m. - 4 a.m.
Cover price: $30 for men; $20 for women; prices for special events may vary.
Payment information: Cash, all major credit cards.
Music: Varies depending on the night.
Resident DJs: DJ Vice.
Clientele/Age Group: 21 and older.
Attire: Fashionable nightlife attire.
Parking: Self-parking and valet available at the Luxor.
Handicapped accessible: Yes.
ATM: Located inside the casino.
Dress Code: There is a dress code here but I did see some jeans (albeit trendy) inside the club. Most were dressed in either semi-formal or elegant casual dress
I was dressed in a chic black patent leather outfit and was taken to the head of the line. I seemed to draw the attention of the club photographer several times too.
Rush Lounge in the Golden Nugget has live entertainment several nights a week. The performers we listened too were fairly good. The lead singer had a fun talent for quickly determining celebrities that various patrons resembled.
The decor was nice, but the specialty drinks at Rush were good but overpriced.
First of All PURE was such an amazing club. The entertainment, ambience, and service just exuded sex appeal and luxury! What an amazing time. However, the real treat was the incredible personal attention we received from a VIP Nightlife and Concierge Services company called Red Carpet VIP. They completely listened to what I wanted and then made suggestions accordingly as to where to go...and man they were right! As well they said a VIP host would actually escort me in, and get me the best table available! Right on again! These guys rocked. The line stretched as far as I could see, yet I didn't have long to look, as we barely wait a minute or two before the "Sea of People" in front of PURE was parted for us to walk through. Im not kidding here either...security literally made room for us to get through! As for our table....awesome. It was in the White Room which was just awesome. I felt like I was living a dream, as I was surrounded by beautiful people, a hot cocktail server that took very good care of us, and I even saw Dave Navarro and Travis Barker partying just a couple tables away from us! I couldn' have asked for a better experience. I was so happy with them, that I actually called them the next day for some different services that they supply. Look for my reviews elsewhere. If you are planning to go to Vegas, call Red Carpet VIP! If you are planning on a Big Night out, ask them about PURE! You can't lose with either one of these! Viva Las Vegas!!
Dress Code: Upscale club attire
Finally an Alternative Nightspot on the main strip in Las Vegas. Krave is HUGE filled with lots of friendly locals and out of towners wanting to meet and drink, dance and have a good time. The staff works hard to make sure your having a great time. The music is pulsing and the floor shows are as described. ' All you desire' . The Male GoGo dancers are an interesting change and prove that the male of the species can stir up things just as well if not better than the sterotypical female dancers.
In short if you are a member of the alternative lifestyle group or just adventerous try Krave. you wont be disappointed.
Dress Code: Casual but not sloppy. They specify no ball caps hoodies etc. Most everyone was nicely dressed in comfortable jeans, tees or better.
There's plenty of "Free Entrance" tickets knocking about for Light, unfortunately they wont help you get past the unfeasibly selective door staff. With a queue and attitude as you would expect for a nightclub inside the Bellagio, if you do manage to get past the velvet rope, the stainless steel escalators that take you up into the thumping, dark unknown promise more than is delivered. Main room is bland and looks more like a school hall that has been decorated for an Xmas disco than a world class nightclub. In fact, it was that bad we searched in vain for another room, convinced there must be something more to the place, before finally leaving one drink later in the lift.
Didn't fancy the two hour wait for Pure in Caesars Palace Hotel, but judging by the queue, it seems to currently be the hottest venue in Vegas. Bad news fellas - separate lines for girls and guestlists mean splashing the cash is the only way in without a LONG wait. ICE is another uber-club we didn't try.
Dress Code: Due to it's fantastic setting in the Treasure Island facade (built into a fake but highly realistic looking Mediterranean cliff-side village), Tangerine probably looks better from the outside than in. Time your trip here with very cheesy (but also highly entertaining) Sirens Show, as the patio gives you the best view in the house. Unfortunately the bar was closed for a private party when we went, but we blagged entrance to the viewing platform reserved for TI hotels guests - otherwise you're watching the show from the Strip pavement.
Bafflingly, Peppermill's Fireside Lounge (2985 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Cross Street: Convention Center Drive) gets an unfeasibly high score in both Citysearch, and Zagat . Extremely tacky restaurant at the front, but the highly rated fire pit bar at the back isn?t much better. With its dark lighting, mirrors and neon lighting this place would do much better as a strip club. Drinks tasted like novelty slush puppies. Sort of place you're likely to meet some ugly middle-aged swingers...
If you are fed up for gambling and you want to spend an unforgettable night in Vegas
The live music bars of New York New York hotel is the right place
You can have fun with a couple of beers
Dress Code: No special dress code
If you've seen the movie Coyote Ugly don't expect too much from that club !
Some chicks dance up on the bar, but the whole atmosphere is rather lame.
Staff is quite unfriendly ...
Positive thing if you get a free pass of some guy on the Strip you save 20 bucks !!
Only good thing about it: DELICOUS margaritas at the souvenir counter outside the club
Dress Code: no dress code
crazy chicks who get on the bar drink for free
I went to Tangerine and had a decent time there, no not as much as other places, but it all depends on what mood you are in, and I think I was actually not in a "trendy club" mood that night. The drink girls here are very cute, and the club is very "posh" Though, I think it might just be overkill on the color orange. Still, a good time overall, and right on the Strip.
Dress Code: Dress to impress.
This nightclub gives you something you won't get at most clubs - a burlesque show! There's a DJ who spins Hip Hop in between the dance sets. The dancers are absolutely the most beautiful girls in the world and shake their assets to a live band. Seeing the girls gyrate and tease is worth the price of admission. The club as a whole is small, but it's fun.
Dress Code: No sneakers. Dress to impress.
This is a popular club right now. That said, it's too crowded. You're elbow to elbow with drunken folks... and it's not entirely pleasant to keep bumping into people who think you're disrespecting them. A lot of people like Tangerine, but I prefer other clubs. It's free for TI guests, though.
Dress Code: No sneakers - learned that the hard way even though the shoes I had on weren't sneakers.