Quick Peeks and VIP Bottle Service at Some of Vegas’ Hottest Night Spots
There are a dozen choices to make when planning your Vegas Vacation, the most important of course being which clubs to revel in. Here’s a look at 10 of the hottest, along with about how much a VIP table/ bottles will cost ya.
The name says it all. Excessive amounts of babes and booze in one of the most excessively decked out nightclubs in Vegas. And that’s saying a lot. House music all night long delivered by world renowned DJ’s like Avicci, ZEDD, Diplo and DeadMau5 can be heard at Encore’s XS Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights. Of course the VIP bottle service is XS-ive too, starting at $600 a bottle, and tables running around $1000. Vegaster has some great deals on tables and bottle special here...as always!
The Marquee at the Cosmopolitan is one of the newer clubs in Vegas, and one of the most decadent. There is something here to suit every taste like the main room with coliseum style seating and house music presented by big names in the DJ world like Kaskade, Carnage, Benny Benassi and Vice. Prefer hip hop? Check out the Boom Box or schmooze your way into the Library and shoot a game of pool every Friday, Saturday and Monday night. Despite the plush atmosphere and three different rooms, VIP bottle service starts at only $475 per bottle.
Surrender is the indoor/outdoor nightclub at Encore that features a dome in the winter time, so that the party never has to stop. The green eyed snake over the bar looks on as DJ’s like Lil John and TJR do their thing in this smaller scaled Vegas nightclub. Surrender yourself to the experience Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights, or Splash Dance on Thursday nights. The $600 VIP bottle service will be well worth it.
It is with good reason that Tryst at the Wynn Resort is voted the Club of the Year for Vegas. The sultry red a gold décor would make anyone want to embark on a naughty tryst here, VIP or not. Sip on your cocktail next to the 90 ft. waterfall as world class DJ Jermaine Dupri and visual artist Alex Monopoly keep the high energy going until dawn. Reserve your next Tryst for Thursday, Friday or Saturday night and indulge in a VIP bottle service specials from Vegaster. Get 2 bottles for under $1000. Only from Vegaster!
It wasn’t enough for Cirque de Soleil to entertain us with a dozen or so shows scattered around Vegas, they had to go ahead and make a club out too. Inside the Mandalay Bay you get aerial acrobatics served with your VIP bottle service. And if that’s not enough, the overhead gyrating is done to beats being spun by the likes of Nicky Romero, Krewekka and Alesso. Light up your night Wednesday, Friday or Saturday with bottles that starts at about $495.
One of two new clubs to open in Vegas this year (we’ll get to the other in a sec) Drai’s is not in the Cromwell, it is on top of it. This rooftop extravaganza encompasses two floors of the new hotel and has one of the most unique VIP menus in the world, including the chance to light off your very own firework show. The DJ lineup at Drai’s is as unique as the club is, featuring mixers from points all around the world, including Canada’s Adventure Club and Sweden’s Eric Prydz. The $900 starting price for VIP bottle service is well worth the spectacular views and the entertainment every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.
The Parisian styled Chateau Nightclub is suitably situated at the base of the Paris Hotel’s Eiffel Tower. DJ Flow and Koko are just two of the mixers who get French-i-fried in the main room, or take the elevator to the Chateau Gardens and dance under the stars. Your $350 VIP bottles can get you a table with a panoramic view above the Vegas skyline on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
1 Oak can offer you exactly what its name implies, a “1 Of A Kind” experience. This NY import is a small, dark and sexy venue in a town full of bright lights and huge dance floors. The Mirage’s unique nightclub plays a steady mix of hip-hop, electronics and top 40 with frequent visits from celebrity hosts including Fergie, Pitbull and Scott Disick. 1 Oak is open on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights and boasts a VIP bottle service menu that starts at $475 per bottle.
Tucked inside of the Bellagio and open every night of the week is Hyde, and like the name implies, it is the complete opposite of the Jekyll’s that you find in all the other hotels. There is no massive dance floor, but you will find upscale paintings and books as part of the décor. Luxor in your $550 VIP bottles, while overlooking the famed Bellagio fountains The music’s not as loud, but it will still make you move coming from the likes of DJ’s Spider, Konflikt, Joe Maz and Skratchy.
As promised, the other new club to open up in Vegas this year was at the much talked about SLS Hotel on the “other” side of the strip. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night since it opened in August thousands of Las Vegas-elites have been donning their best duds to get a peek at what is described as “an unbridled celebration of sight, sound, scene and form.” With a state of the art lighting system and 60 foot ceilings that house zip lines and cat walks, you know that has to be true. Live it up at LiFE to the spinning magic of the EC Twins, Rehab, Laidback Luke, and World Renown Eric Morillo. VIP bottle service is going to be pricey, with bottles of Stoli starting in the $500 range.
Who can forget about Hakkasan inside MGM. We won't say much other than just list some of the DJ that call this place home. Hardwell, Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Nervo and the one and only Calvin Harris. Yeah, it's as big as the lineup. The VIP Bottle service here is pricy, but always worth it. Tables start at around $1250 and run upwards to 10K!