Jewel is the nightclub at Aria, the sleek casino resort on the Strip that sits in the glass-filled CityCenter complex. The name says everything about this nightclub, which is filled with light and gem-like visuals. The space is over twenty-four thousand feet gives guests ample space for dancing, drinking and meeting new people. Jewel holds five themed VIP suites and tables. All other tickets are standing room only. Featured artists include Tyga, Steve Aoki and Lil John. The renown Rockwell Group designed Jewel to offer stunning decor, filled with ribbons of LED lights that pulse with the rhythm of the music. Behind the DJ booth, an entire wall of technology provides its own show for the crowd.
Terrisa's expert tip: If you're planning to celebrate Halloween at Jewel, you can wear a costume but there are rules: nothing offensive or rude is allowed and security will still need to verify your ID, so be prepared to remove a mask or anything covering your face.
Hakkasan Nightclub is an all-encompassing nightlife experience, presented in five levels filled with a variety of experiences and atmospheres. The stunning space gives guests a reason to explore beyond the main floor, and every level has its own energy. Hakkasan works with artists who have tailored their performances to suit the unique capabilities of the club in ways that complement their own styles. Guests can see everyone from Calvin Harris to Tiësto performing at the club, and celebrity guest hosts appear frequently. Hakkasan was created through partnerships with several leading international design firms, including Gilles & Bossier from Paris and New York's 212 Design, to offer guests an amazing experience.
Terrisa's expert tip: Hakkasan Restaurant is located close to the nightclub and serves upscale Cantonese cuisine. Some menu items are found only in Las Vegas, like the crispy prawn with pineapple and braised supreme seafood in abalone dressing.
Drai's Beach Club · Nightclub operates as two venues in one and offers panoramic partying on The Cromwell's rooftop. Located 11 stories above Las Vegas Boulevard on the roof of the new boutique resort, The Cromwell, Drai's Beach Club · Nightclub takes the Vegas nightlife experience to new heights. The 25,000-square-foot nightclub is spread out over two levels and features such amenities as LED state-of-the-art 6mm screens, a towering 80-sided LED disco ball, two VIP bathrooms and six dedicated elevators so guests don't have to wait long to dance the night away. As for the music, there's sure to be something for everyone, with open format, electronic and hip-hop nights.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: Drai's Beach Club · Nightclub's unique ambiance and setting set it apart from other Vegas dance clubs.
Terrisa's expert tip: The atmosphere and the roof-top view, at Drai's Beach Club · Nightclub is unlike anything Vegas club-goers have seen before. Why not dance the night away with a view of the Strip!
The first-ever nightclub inspired by Cirque du Soleil, LIGHT merges cutting-edge creativity with incredible music to produce a new kind of nightlife experience. The chic 38,000-square-foot venue features state-of-the-art production, theatrics and world-renowned DJs and performers who create a memorable event each night where everyone is a part of the show. Headlining DJs and performers lead the charge with avant-garde costumes and unique choreography, coupled with custom-built performance elements and visuals provided by the ground-breaking video mapping, lighting, sound and special effects experts at Moment Factory. At LIGHT, no two nights out are ever the same, but they're all unforgettable.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: LIGHT offers an amazing Vegas dance club experience unlike any others.
Terrisa's expert tip: Parking by the West Valet at Mandalay Bay will get you the closest parking to Light, which is also quite close to the hotel's restaurant row area.
Since its opening on New Year's Eve 2012 with a star-studded celebration hosted by Fergie, 1 OAK has been leading the party for nightclubs in Las Vegas. Bringing a unique combination of art, fashion and celebrity status to the nightclub world, 1 OAK has given Las Vegas nightclubs a New York-spin with its avant-garde artwork and design. Within the 16,000-square-foot venue are two separate rooms which each contain their own full-service bar and DJ booth. You'll hear more hip hop here than EDM, and having two rooms makes the space feel like two clubs in one. The dance floor is smaller here than at the larger clubs, which gives 1 OAK a more intimate feeling.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: 1 OAK Las Vegas offers club-goers an intimate dance club setting.
Terrisa's expert tip: Expect lots of A-list sightings during your visit. Recent guests to 1 OAK include Ja Rule, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Katy Perry and Adam Levine.
Omnia at Caesars Palace gives party goers 75,000 square-feet in which to dance, drink and mingle. This multi-level venue encompasses a sexy lounge, a high-energy main room and a rooftop garden that offers fabulous views of the Las Vegas Strip. Omnia was designed to be an interactive experience, and its LED chandelier is certainly a part of the action, ascending, descending and changing to the music. Look for antique mirrors, leather seats, and a large dance floor presided over by some of the best-known DJs. Since Omnia's opening, its combination of design features and great dance music have made it popular with critics and guests.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: Omnia's vibrant, tech-filled design and top DJs make it one of the Strip's most popular clubs.
Terrisa's expert tip: Each area at Omnia has its own vibe and style of music. The Main Room features a dance floor and a gigantic, moving chandelier, while the Heart of Omnia and the Terrace offer different experiences.
Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop is sprawled across three stories and spans over 45,000 square feet at the base of Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. Guests can party inside Chateau's Main Room or outside on the Chateau Gardens Rooftop, where cabanas and VIP bottle service are available. Being one of few nightclubs located directly on the Strip, Chateau's scenic outdoor patios showcase magnificent, panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline. Guests never know who they might see also taking in the view: recent celebs who have visited the Vegas hot spot include Shania Twain, the Backstreet Boys, UFC fighters Daniel Cormier and Cain Velasquez and Shaquille O'Neal.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: The design, location and DJs keep the crowd coming back to Chateau.
Terrisa's expert tip: Located right on the Las Vegas Strip, Chateau offers guests the chance to dance the night away outside at The Rooftop, which offers a great view of the Strip.
For those craving a high-energy, DJ-driven atmosphere, the 10,000-square-foot TAO Nightclub is the place to see and be seen, with three full-service bars, two main rooms playing a variety of hip-hop and house music and state-of-the-art audio and lighting systems. A voyeuristic design throughout the nightclub allows people to see the entire venue from almost every point in the room, while sexy performance vignettes--including nearly nude bombshells taking rose petal baths--can be seen nightly. The nightclub also boasts a 40-foot outside terrace with awe-inspiring views of the famed Las Vegas Strip. For guests seeking ultra-VIP treatment, the nightclub offers private skyboxes, each featuring European bottle service, a mini-bar and banquettes with secured purse drawers.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: Tao is one of the Strip's hottest nightclubs and is a popular stop for celebrities.
Terrisa's expert tip: For a night at both Tao's Asian Bistro and the Nightclub, check on the dinner and nightlife package, which includes a three-course dinner, nightclub admission and a VIP table.
This David Rockwell-designed venue features seven different bars and three rooms--the Main Room, the Boom Box and the Library--each with a distinct musical experience. Marquee's Main Room features a state-of-the-art sound and visual system with a 40-foot LED DJ booth and projection stage in conjunction with 32,000 subwoofers and full-range speakers. Overlooking the main floor is the intimate, lounge-style Library room, which is home to a fireplace, billiards table and vintage books. On the lower level of the nightclub is the Boom Box room, featuring gorgeous views of the Strip and a separate DJ and sound system, affording patrons a selection in the music and venue they wish to enjoy.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: Marquee's high-caliber house music DJs will impress and keep you dancing.
Terrisa's expert tip: If you need a break from the main floor, you can visit one of the other two rooms at Marquee to get a different experience. The Library Room even has a billiards table.
Inspired by the sexy curves of the human body, XS provides an elegant and passionate club environment that surrounds Encore's sparkling pool. Decorated in rich gold, black, bronze and browns, more than 10,000 individual light sources illuminate the club. Focal features include gold leaf body forms, outdoor VIP cabanas and a large circular dance floor surrounded by VIP tables. Playing in to the excess theme, the club's signature cocktail, the "Ono," costs $10,000 and features Charles Heidsieck Champagne Charlie 1981 and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Black Pearl cognac. Men's sterling silver cufflinks embossed with a stingray and the raised XS logo and a woman's 18K white gold chain with a black pearl pendant and XS logo are also included with the purchase of the drink, making its $10,000 price tag seem a bit more reasonable.
Recommended for Dance Clubs on the Strip because: The world's top DJs call the booth at XS their home at this premier Las Vegas club.
Terrisa's expert tip: The schedule of parties and special events at XS is worth checking out when you're planning the night since the busy and popular club always has something going on.