You've headed to Vegas, preparing to paint the town red and are ready to be seen! Head to the following hotspots to be among the movers and the shakers and the glitterati—they'll know you're in the know.
One of the hottest clubs in not only Las Vegas but on the planet, the world's most popular DJs play here—it's the only place in Las Vegas you can see Tiesto play, and Calvin Harris, Hardwell and Steve Aoki are regulars.
This restaurant exudes such a sexy vibe, it's no wonder it gets packed as soon as the doors open. Check out the beautiful people at the bar, or nosh on a beautiful cut of steak at the glorious steakhouse.
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.
Seems that every celebrity who sees a show in Vegas comes to this over-the-top big top with acrobatics, contortionists and burlesque performers. It's wild—definitely not mild—and a great place to let your hair down.
Known as THE place for a power brunch in Las Vegas, you'll dine among the movers and shakers at this revered steakhouse; try the prix-fixe lunch for a sampling of the great tastes.
Among those who come back time after time to spin on the turntables here are Jamie Foxx and the Jonas Brothers. The most coveted (and expensive) spot here is the lakeside booth on the patio.
This member's-only club opens to the public for dinner and drinks, but there's no denying your rubbing elbows with the jet set here. Private on-site liquor lockers hold bottles for members such as Dan Ackroyd and Carlos Santana.
Anyone who's anyone coming to the Cosmopolitan hangs out at this posh three-level cocktail haven decked out with 2,000,000 luminous beaded curtains of light. It recalls the swank days of Vegas in both its design and cocktail offerings.
Whether you come for the wine list—one of the greatest in town—or Charlie Palmer's succulent cuisine, the true don't-miss here is Swan Court, located in the back of the restaurant past the last dining room. Here, you can witness trumpeter swans preen in all their glory.
A diamond in the crown of Las Vegas' high-end shopping scene, Hermés is arguably the most popular store at the Bellagio for good reason. The store is bright, airy and whimsical—don't go in unless you plan on parting with some serious dough!
This hotspot is a favorite of celebrities, visitors and locals looking to get a look at the neon from inside the skyline. Park at the valet on Linq Lane for quickest access, and inquire about a party cabin to start the night off with a drink.
There's a reason foodies adore Michael Mina's cuisine—his creations make the art of cooking approachable. His newest Vegas venue updates the classical French menu in a glorious jewel box frequented by Las Vegas decision-makers.
The world's largest Dolce & Gabbana is a paradise for men's and women's fashions. You'll be among the fashion elite when you visit this boutique at The Shops at Crystals.
Arguably the hottest spot in downtown Las Vegas, diners rush to this intimate eatery to sample the inventive cuisine that was the brainchild of rock-star chef Kerry Simon, who passed away earlier this year. Sit at the centerpiece counter—it's truly like pulling up a seat in a friend's kitchen.
Hot, hot, hot. Britney's show is so popular that new shows were just added for 2016 (it was previously slated to close in December). Sit in the golden circle for the best view of the pop princess—and a chance to be part of her act.
Designed by Roger Thomas, Steve Wynn’s right-hand design guru, Encore’s XS has become a favorite of the beautiful and monied. And indeed, no dollars were spared in making this club the cream of the crop—mirrored mosaics, gold crocodile embossed leather, brushed brass and gold resin bar tops are but a few of the elements used.
It seems that every night is one among the glitterati at this magician's, who's now a local Las Vegan, show. Sit in the front row for even greater thrills—among them, the chance to meet Copperfield backstage after the show.