Top 10 Las Vegas Nightclubs:
A list of top 10 Las Vegas nightclubs. Now that’s a tall order. With just about every hotel on The Strip having one and sometimes two nightclubs, it was no simple task to narrow down the top 10 Las Vegas nightclubs. But JackColton.com is nothing, if not resourceful. We visited the clubs, danced to the DJs been to almost all Las Vegas Nightclubs events and drank the cocktails. (What a drag, right?) And finally, we came up with what we believe are the best nightclubs in Vegas.
Located in the Wynn Las Vegas, XS is perhaps the most elegant nightclub on The Strip.
The club has so many different areas, it’s hard to describe them all except to say they all embody the glitz and glamour Las Vegas nightclubs are known for. Party inside or outside at the pool area while you dance to first-rate DJs like The Chainsmokers and David Guetta. Multiple bars serve perfectly crafted signature cocktails while VIP tables abound. Order bottle service to see exactly the level of excitement XS can bring to your Las Vegas nightclub event. On summer Sunday nights, XS switches gears and turns the outdoor area into a Nightswim pool party. Being one of the most popular clubs on The Strip has its downside. It’s crazy packed in here so bring comfortable shoes and some patience.
Omnia inside Caesars Palace screams luxury. It boasts everything a Las Vegas nightclub should be. It blends lavish elegance and ultra-modern design with the latest technologies and high-end production values for an experience that promises to be more than just memorable. Get out on the dance floor and gyrate with the masses of sweating bodies, find your way to the Heart of Omnia, the club’s hip hop club within a club or take in some fresh air on the rooftop garden while you enjoy spectacular views of The Strip. Add to that, performances by prominent live DJs, bands, and musicians for a decadent experience unmatched in Sin City.
One of the newer additions to the Las Vegas nightclub scene, Hakkasan’s multi-tiered space is housed in the MGM Grand. Above the Hakkasan restaurant which is an event in itself, Hakkasan Las Vegas boasts a luxurious lounge space, an outdoor garden bar, and a massive dance floor. Make sure you pop into the Ling Ling Lounge, an Eastern-inspired area on the third floor that plays only hip-hop and top 40, unlike the main dance area which is strictly EDM. Music luminaries including Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki and many more artists define this ultra-modern, EDM space. If you’ve got the bucks, this is the place to spend them. If you don’t, it’s well worth coming in for at least a shot. There are lots of other clubs on The Strip with different personalities but none as large or as memorable as Hakkasan.
Located on the top few levels of the newly built boutique hotel, The Cromwell, Drai’s does so many things right it’s hard to count them all. Enter this beautiful hotel on the Las Vegas Strip and let an elevator wisk you up to one of the most sophisticated Las Vegas nightclubs there is. Drai’s abounds with a few things: art, dance, and drinks. A giant disco ball sets the tone on the dance floor along with such A-list performers including Iggy Azalea, the Weekend and more. Drai’s, one of the best hip hop clubs in Las Vegas, boasts decadent services such as jet charters and bottle service including outrageous prices for champagne. But even the average club-goer can enjoy the Drai’s experience as the space is filled with party favors and multiple bars.
In the warm months (which is almost year-round in Vegas), the pool area is open and offers a stupendous view of The Strip, Caesars Palace, and the unforgettable Bellagio Fountains. Often you’ll get a treat and experience the excitement of fireworks set off by someone who paid a ton for that privilege. Three great clubs are housed under one roof: Drai’s Nightclub, Drai’s Afterhours and Drai’s Beach Club. All of which are well worth the cost and the effort.
The newest kid on the block, KAOS Nightclub, has already proved to be on of the best clubs in Vegas 2019. This 100,000 square foot venue is the newest and largest combination nightclub and dayclub in town and features top-flight exclusive artist residencies including G-EASY, Above and Beyond, Marshmellow, Slushii, Jauz, J. Balvin, Kaskade, Skrillex, and Cardi B.
This 29,000 square foot Las Vegas nightclub boasts a 360-degree DJ booth and amazing state-of-the-art technology to up the ante on each and every performance. Art and architecture abound in this theater-like club and deliver a truly mind-blowing experience. The venue is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 PM to 4 AM and can be found situated next to Scotch 80 Prime restaurant in the north side of the Palms Casino.
If you’ve seen people crowding up on the second floor of the Cosmopolitan, one step into the Marquee will make you understand why. The Marquee is comprised of several different areas all of which add up to the sum of throbbing, banging, great fun. Of all the Las Vegas nightclubs, the main room at the Marquee is the only one that feels like a classic Vegas clubs showroom. Dance here to EDM music that seems to never end under a disco ball that never stops sprinkling the room with dancing light. Try the Library for a warmer space. The ambiance here changes from dance your ass off to sit in a chair and discuss all the nightclubs you’ve been to.
The Library is undoubtedly the most relaxing place inside Marquee. For a bumping, grinding, hip hop club experience enter the Boom Box Room. A space, so intimate you’ll feel as though you’re holding your breath just to fit in. The Boom Box Room is without question one of the best hip hop clubs in Vegas. It even features views of The Strip and a narrow outdoor balcony. And in the heat and sweat of dancing, fresh air is a highly desirable commodity.
If you think you’ve been to a Las Vegas nightclub, you haven’t had the ultimate experience until you’ve been to Tao in the Venetian. Operating for almost 15 years now, you know they know what they’re doing given the place is always packed and bumping.
Tao offers a Buddhist themed yet hedonistic ambiance. The environment is a mix of classic Eastern styling with ultra-modern accents and girls in bathtubs filled with flower petals. Should we repeat that last part? Girls in bath tubs filled with rose petals. A reddish hue fills the main room and makes for a warm yet energized feeling something akin to an ancient Temple with fantastic lighting.
There are two spaces to dance in: the first being the main dance floor and the second being the area between the VIP booths in the lounge section. While the dancefloor has a DJ booth, the lounge has a bar where they carefully prepare signature cocktails et al. If you get tired of the main room, you can always transition to the Opium Room which is a chill lounge replete with its own DJ booth and bar. The club has brought in top names like Diddy, Snoop Dogg, and Krewella. In combination with the restaurant and the Tao Beach, the experience here transcends that of other clubs. That’s Eastern-themed, right?
Situated subtly behind tinted revolving doors at the Encore hotel, EBC at Night or Encore Beach Club at Night is anything but a subtle Las Vegas nightclub. In fact, it may well be one of the best clubs in Vegas 2017. The giant snake sculpture above the main bar signals the enormity of the commitment to luxury this club has made. There are stripper poles and a huge outdoor space boasting its own DJ booth and dance area.
Even during the winter months (of which there are few in Vegas), the outdoor area is kept warm and cozy. Great views can be had from the cabanas surrounding the pool. Gaming is just a few steps away for anyone wishing to try their luck while they party. The Nightswim parties are legendary as are the beautiful women in bikinis. If you love the night, the party and the water, EBC at Night is well worth a visit.
Jewel Nightclub at the Aria is, as its name promises, a sparkling gem in an oasis of Strip night spots. The elevated DJ booth boasts both beauty and functionality, and the up close and personal dance floor is surrounded by granite VIP banquettes upholstered in sumptuous leather. The theme of opulence is carried throughout both floors of this stellar adult playground. Besides the centrally located, elevated DJ booth, Jewel has huge dual-sided LED video screens that sync with the music and offer 360-degree movement. What makes this Las Vegas nightclub different from other venues is their lineup of DJs and live performances. Each week Jewel has a solid mix between EDM, open format, hip hop, and live on stage concerts. If you can’t get into the groove on this dance floor then you should probably check your pulse.
Mandalay Bay boasts a nightlife experience that truly sparkles in its Las Vegas Nightclub: Light. Perhaps one of the best clubs in Vegas 2017, Light combines incredible technology with unbelievable acrobatic acts which take place on the ceiling. Yup, we said acrobats on the ceiling. Every performance of these acrobats is tied to the full production of the night’s theme including the DJ’s music and the lights. The result is an otherworldly experience that makes Light stand apart from all other clubs on the Las Vegas Strip.
Everytime you visit, the entertainment will feel new because it is. Something no other club offers. A reputation for attracting the best DJ talent in the world of electronic music also adds to the clubs uniqueness. Expect to see talent such as Alesso, Axwell, Carl Cox, Krewella, Nicky Romero, Sebastian Ingrosso, Skrillex and many others. When you consider the talent, the acrobats, the lighting and the cocktails, an evening at Light is sure to be a symphony for your senses.