A list of the 5 best nightclubs in Las Vegas. It is a difficult task. Since most hotels on the Strip feature one and sometimes two nightclubs, it was no easy task to select the 5 best nightclubs in Las Vegas. But to make this top, we gave ourselves the task of visiting the clubs, dancing with the DJs, we were at almost every Las Vegas nightclub event, and we drank the cocktails. (Bummer, right?) And finally, we selected what we think are the best nightclubs in Las Vegas.
XS Las Vegas
Located at the Wynn Las Vegas, XS is perhaps the fanciest nightclub on The Strip.
The club has so many different areas that it's hard to describe all of them, but they stand out because they all embody the glitz and glamor that Las Vegas nightclubs are known for. You can have fun inside or outside in the pool area while dancing with top DJs like The Chainsmokers and David Guetta. Several bars serve perfectly crafted signature cocktails while VIP tables abound.
Ordering bottle service can be exactly the level of excitement XS can bring to your Las Vegas nightclub event. On Sunday summer nights, XS changes the subject and turns the outdoor area into a Nightswim pool party. For these reasons it is considered one of the most popular clubs on The Strip but like everything else it also has some disadvantages. It's full of madness here, so bring comfortable shoes and some patience.
Omnia Las Vegas
Omnia inside Caesars Palace stands out for having great luxury. It has everything a Las Vegas nightclub should have. It combines luxurious elegance and ultra-modern design with the latest technologies and high-end production values for an experience that offers to be more than memorable. Hit the dance floor and twirl with the masses of sweaty bodies, find your way to the Heart of Omnia, the club-within-a-club hip hop club, or get some fresh air on the rooftop garden while enjoying the spectacular views of the Strip. Not forgetting, live performances by leading DJs, bands and musicians for a decadent and unrivaled Sin City experience.
One of the newer options to the Las Vegas nightclub scene, Hakkasan's multi-level space is located at the MGM Grand. Above the Hakkasan restaurant, which is an event in itself, Hakkasan Las Vegas stands out for having a luxurious lounge, an outdoor garden bar, and a huge dance floor. Make sure you don't forget to stop by the Ling Ling Lounge, an area where you can draw inspiration from the oriental theme on the third floor that plays only hip-hop and top 40, as opposed to the main dance area, which is strictly EDM.
You'll enjoy music as Tiesto, Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki and many more artists define this ultra-modern EDM space. If you have enough money, this is the place to spend it. If you don't, it's worth coming for at least one chance. There are many other clubs on the Strip with different personalities, but none as big or memorable as Hakkasan.
Las Vegas de Drai
This is located on the last levels of the newly built boutique hotel, The Cromwell, Drai does things so well that it is difficult to count them all. Enter this beautiful hotel on the Las Vegas Strip and let an elevator take you to one of the most sophisticated nightclubs in Las Vegas. Drai abounds in a few things: art, dance, and drinks. A giant disco ball sets the tone on the dance floor alongside A-list artists like Iggy Azalea, The Weekend, and more. Drai's, one of the best hip hop clubs in Las Vegas, has luxurious services such as airplane rentals and bottle service, including exotic prices for champagne. But even the average club goer can enjoy the Drai experience, as the space is filled with party favors and multiple bars.
In the warm months (which is most of the year in Las Vegas), the pool area is open and offers a great view of The Strip, Caesars Palace and the unforgettable Bellagio fountains. Often times, you will receive a gift and experience the thrill of fireworks set off by someone who paid a ton for that privilege. Three great clubs are under one roof: Drai's Nightclub, Drai's Afterhours and Drai's Beach Club. So it is well worth the cost and effort.
Marquee Las Vegas
If you've seen people crowd the second floor of the Cosmopolitan, a step up to Marquee will make you understand why. The Marquee is made up of several different areas, all of which add to the pounding, pounding, and loads of fun. Of all the Las Vegas nightclubs, Marquee's main room is the only one that feels like a classic Las Vegas club showroom. Dance to the rhythm of EDM music that seems to never end under a disco ball that never stops spraying the room with dancing light. Try the library to be warmer. The atmosphere here changes from dancing like crazy to sitting in a chair and discussing all the nightclubs you've been to.
The Library is without a doubt the most comfortable place within Marquee. For a vibrant, grinding hip hop club experience, enter the Boom Box Room. A space where you'll feel like you're holding your breath just to fit in. The Boom Box Room is without a doubt one of the best hip hop clubs in Las Vegas. It even boasts views of the Strip and a narrow outdoor balcony. And in the heat and sweat of dancing, fresh air is a highly desirable commodity.