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Omnia at Caesars Palace was designed by the well-known Rockwell Group, and the 75,000 square-feet, multi-level venue encompasses a sexy lounge, a high-energy main room and a rooftop garden that offers... Read More
Omnia at Caesars Palace was designed by the well-known Rockwell Group, and the 75,000 square-feet, 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 in 2015, its combination of design features and great dance music have made it popular with critics and guests.
- Dance Clubs: "Omnia is located near the main valet, close to the restaurant area that includes Searsucker, Old Homestead Steakhouse and Mesa Grill. The sports book is also just outside the club."
- Dance Clubs on the Strip: "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."
- Best for Dance Clubs Because: Omnia offers its guests an experience that includes a very active chandelier, music from the best acts and different areas to explore.
- Best 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.