From the hottest clubs that bring in celebrity after celebrity to rockin' country nightspots that offer live bands and line dancing, Las Vegas has no shortage of hoppin' nightlife spots. These are the most popular in town.
The only place you can see Tiësto spin in Las Vegas, this five-level mega club redefined the Las Vegas nightlife experience. Tiësto himself has called it "one of the most amazing clubs in the world," and frequent guest Steve Aoki called it his "favorite place to play in Las Vegas."
Too much is never enough at Encore’s XS, where the vibe is sexy and monied. Never has there been such exclusivity in a nightclub—expensive touches such as gold crocodile embossed leather, brushed brass and a gold resin bar let you know you’re not in Kansas anymore.
All good things begin—and end, at this West Coast version of NYC's popular nightclub. It's a popular spot for celebrity birthdays, pop-up celebrity performances and is home to Snoop Dogg's Roaring '20s-inspired "Snoopadelic Cabaret."
Las Vegas' newest nightclub, at 75,000 square feet, is the largest Las Vegas has ever seen. The nightlife experience offers VIP boxes reminiscent of an opera house, a seductive lounge, moving chandelier above the main dance floor and a spectacular patio.
Las Vegas is home away from home for many a celebrity, but for A-listers taking on the DJ booth, you can't do much better than this hip nightlife spot. Nick Jonas and Jamie Foxx are frequent performers at this club that reaches out of Lake Bellagio. Small plates from the adjacent LAGO restaurant make the night unforgettable.
The word “lavish” isn’t quite enough to describe this nirvana. The 60,000-square-foot club contains seven bars, two dance floors, a 40-foot-long, LED DJ booth and a projection stage surrounded by coliseum-style seating. There’s even a library-style lounge with vintage books, a fireplace and a billiard table. Do we need ever leave?
The brainchild of nightlife impresario Victor Drai, this indoor/outdoor club makes the most of its location mid-Strip—you'll feel the whole world is right there for the taking. Some of the biggest names in music, such as Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj and have taken the stage and played here.
Kick up your heels and country-line dance at this large hall that has plentiful bars, billards, a mechanical bull, barbecue and fun-loving bartenders. On Thursday nights, ladies drink well drinks, drafts and wine for just $1.
You might as well call it the Kardashians' Las Vegas headquarters—it's a favorite spot for the girls' birthday parties (and surely the home of many Kim selfies), Scott Disick is here practically every other night, and the club's newest DJ is YEEZYWORLDPEACE, otherwise known as Kanye West.