Frequently asked questions about Las Vegas Nightclubs – FAQs.
Best Las Vegas Nightclubs.
The power amongst Las Vegas Nightclubs is always changing. However, currently the ‘best of the best’ are as follows:
- XS Nightclub at Encore
- Marquee Las Vegas inside of the Cosmopolitan
- Haze Nightclub at Aria
- Vanity Nightclub at Hard Rock
- 1OAK at Mirage Las Vegas
- TAO Nightclub at the Venetian
- Tryst Nightclub at Wynn
- Surrender Nightclub at Encore.
There will be a few new Las Vegas Nightclub venues opening later this year and next, so I’m sure we’ll once again see a change concerning the ‘king of Las Vegas Nightclubs!
Arrival time? Get there early!
Depending on the venue, I always recommend guests arrive around 10:30. This may sound a little early, but it’s better to be safe than sorry. We’ve heard it time and time again, “We waited in line for over an hour, and still didn’t get in the club!” Arriving early will minimize the stress of getting in. Also, make sure and get on the Guest List. Contact one of our VIP Hosts directly!
Dress Code of Las Vegas Nightclubs.
The dress code of Las Vegas nightclubs are typically very strict, especially for gents. In general, ‘dress to impress’! For guys that means no tennis shoes, shorts, hoodies, combat boots, or sandals. Remember gents, these are multimillion dollar Las Vegas nightclubs, and not some dive bar. Ladies are typically safe no matter what they’re wearing, as long as nothing is exposed.
The Average Price of drinks Amongst Las Vegas Nightclubs.
They’re a little steep, but everything in Las Vegas is expensive! Beer typically runs about $7, shots average $12, and mixed drinks typically run about $13 depending on the cocktail / mixed drink of your choice.
DJs / Music at Las Vegas Nightclubs.
Las Vegas nightclubs normally cater to the masses and play a mixture of top 40 ‘mash ups’. However, there are some nightclubs that do play more genres of music than others. Depending on the night, many Vegas clubs will even devote a DJ to an off genre class of music such as house and electronica. For example, LAVO Nightclub at the Palazzo Las Vegas devotes Tuesday nights to house music. In fact, most all of the TAO Group venues (Marquee Las Vegas, TAO Nightclub and LAVO) all have a very strong electronic music display and following.
If music is an intricate part of your party, then make sure to do proper research on the nightclub you wish to attend. We don’t want you disappointed!
VIP Bottle Service / Table Reservations
VIP Bottle Service / Table Reservations are really the way to go. VIP Table service is an ‘all inclusive’ package that covers all avenues of partying within a Las Vegas nightclub. Typical VIP reservations are booked by calling the venue directly or by contacting a DIRECT VENUE Las Vegas VIP Host. By opting for VIP Bottle / Table service you can disregard the cover charge, enjoy a line pass, and party at via your very on VIP table with personal security in your general area and alcohol (in the form of bottles) with choice of mixers.
In that being stated, VIP Bottle Service isn’t for the “cheapsters” of the world… In general, bottles typically average around $400 per bottle + tax and gratuity, and the average table is typically a 2 bottle minimum. With that being said, the average price of a Las Vegas VIP Table, out the door, typically costs around $1,200.
And 1 more thing – chicks love tables… It’s just that simple!