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What is the best night club in Las Vegas?
Learn about the best night clubs and dance floors in the Las Vegas area, visit including Jewel at Aria Resort and Casino), Light at Mandalay Bay, 1OAK at The Mirage and Omnia at Caesars Palace.
If you are planning on getting a little nightlife in Las Vegas but don’t just want to spend your time in the casinos then why not check out the fantastic night clubs in and around the Strip? The nightclub vibe in Las Vegas is pretty well known around the world. Here are a few of the best to get you started.
1. Jewel (Aria Resort and Casino)
Most of the night clubs in Las Vegas are sited within one of the resort or casino hotels, and Jewel is no exception. This place is buzzing and one of the best thought out clubs we have ever seen. There is a lovely intimate feel and upped the game of nightclubs in the area. The stunning dance floor is set amid granite VIP banquettes which have opulent leather decor and massive LED double-sided screens that sync up perfection to the tunes. Everyone that has been that loves it, and it is well worth a visit.
2. Light (Mandalay Bay)
Think Cirque du Soleil in full out party mode; Light is the most stunning display of nightclub meets entertainment. Expect to see dancers falling from the ceiling on silk aerial trapezes, pyrotechnics, lights, costumes and presentations that will totally blow your mind. The vast LED screens display the performances back to the crowds; this really is an immersive venue that seamlessly combines dancing with a show in a way you could never imagine possible — totally rocking venue with loads to offer and an experience you will always remember.
3. 1OAK (The Mirage)
1OAK stands for 1 Of A Kind, and bizarrely there is another club with the same name in New York, so not actually one of a kind, but you get the idea. It is certainly unusual, and on arrival, you will wonder if you are in the right place or taking a strange tour as the entranceway is long, long, and well a bit longer still. But once you finally reach the dance floor, and essentially that is what this club is all about, you will know the walk was worth it. The massive dance space doesn’t really allow for spectators, so you really need to get down and boogie as there is a deliberate shortage of places to sit and chill.
4. Omnia (Caesars Palace)
One of the most famous casino-hotel complexes, it comes as no surprise that Caesars Palace also plays host to one of the best night clubs on the Strip. It has only been open since 2015, but it has a remarkable reputation and is one of a trio of clubs in Vegas owned by Hakkasan Group. You cannot walk into the club without clocking the huge centrepiece in the form of a very funky chandelier which looks like something from a space adventure movie and is made up of millions of LED lights. Mirrored panels and velvet curtains complete the backdrop, and you can sit back or get up and dance to one of the many big name DJ’s who gets invited to perform.
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