The Bank at Bellagio offers a small-format, exclusive nightclub with a unique blend of music.
: A recent re-do captures the early magic of this gem just off the Strip
Bond has a sexy lounge vibe, with a beautiful staff and clientele to match. Floor-to-ceiling Strip views ensure you won’t be bored.
Cigars and a deep bourbon list with a Holly Madison-produced burlesque show on the Strip.
80s rock-themed bar serving great bourbons with a fun dance floor late at night.
Concert venue and bowling alley at Center Strip – nothing else like it in Vegas.
Looking for my review of the Chandelier at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas? Sexy three-level lobby bar situated inside an enormous chandelier.
One of Vegas’s top nightclubs, Drai’s turns an average night into a holiday weekend party.
More than your average casino floor bar, with legit DJs and VJs keeping the party going late.
Undiscovered hideaway inside Caesar’s Palace serving sparkling wine and cocktails made with (you guessed it) sparkling wine.
Dinner, cocktails, dancing, and great views of the Strip all in one place.
Great views of the Strip, but you may have those views all to yourself.
Country bar with big dance floor to go Boot Scootin’.
Hyde Bellagio is a boutique nightclub with good entertainment and a view of the Bellagio fountains, but only if you catch it on one of its unpredictable open nights.
LAVO is one of the best places in Vegas to be seen, whether you’re using it for a warm-up to another bar, or as the main event
Light Nightclub has great potential, but poor execution outside and inside lead to disappointing results.
Marquee combines new school EDM with old school R&B into smaller clubs within a club.
Surrender stakes a claim as the dance club of choice within Steve Wynn’s stable of nightclubs, if not all of Vegas.
Vibrant party atmosphere with a massive dance floor and a balcony overlooking the Strip.
Boutique nightclub in a gorgeous, luxurious setting for a night of familiar fun.