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Top 10 Best Clubs in Las Vegas, NV [2023 GUIDE]

Top 10 Best Clubs in Las Vegas, NV [2023 GUIDE]

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With over 113 venues in Las Vegas, there are many places to choose from whether you're looking for a crazy night out or a lounge atmosphere. Don't worry! We're going to list out the best clubs in Las Vegas, NV that you should definitely check out.

XS Nightclub

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Now entering its 5th year of operation, XS is still the undeniable King of Clubs. The massive 40,000 square feet space is inspired by the curves of the human body, and includes a dance floor, pool, and outdoor patio that even has a gambling area with blackjack and poker. The seating inside is terraced, so that no matter where you are, you’ll have a great view. With a golden interior, huge chandelier, and glamorous outdoor areas, it’s no wonder that XS is referred to as one of the most luxurious nightclubs on Earth. The artists here are just as top-tier as the design—DJs include Kygo, The Chainsmokers, Drake, Alesso, Dillon Francis, and more. The music here is mainly EDM, and even if you’re enjoying the outdoor area, you’ll be able to see the headlining DJ via the outdoor LED screen. Throughout the year, XS is home to a number of special events. Summer is the season of XS Nightswim, a huge nighttime pool party where DJs perform outside instead of on the dance floor. In the fall, XS hosts Art of the Wild, a three-day event that features house and techno artists from around the world. In May, during the week leading up to Electric Daisy Carnival, XS is one of the venues that hosts artists as part of EDC week. On nights with popular DJs or special events, the venue is likely to get full. Make sure you get your hand stamped, either by tipping a bouncer or by getting bottle service. Otherwise, if you leave the inside area, you may not be able to get back in.   Although the official dress code is “upscale casual”, you’re unlikely to find anyone not dressed up to look their best, especially on the weekends. Athletic wear is prohibited inside. The exception to the dress code is Nightswim events, where guests are welcome to wear swim attire in order to enjoy the pool.

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Resorts World, the first brand-new major casino resort on the Strip in more than a decade, wouldn’t be building nearly 100,000 square feet of this stuff for a summer 2021 opening if Vegas nightlife didn’t have a bright future. And it wouldn’t be partnering with one of the world’s fastest-rising nightlife groups to do it. The 29-year-old Zouk Group is already a global operation in the nightlife, entertainment and dining sectors, with concentration in Singapore and Malaysia. In addition to its multiple brands and ownership of the Five Guys burger franchise, it operates the ZoukOut music festival and programs cruise ships owned by Resorts World’s parent company, Genting. At the $4.3 billion, 3,500-room Resorts World across the Strip from Wynn, Zouk will create what Li describes as “an ecosystem of immersive entertainment and lifestyle concepts,” consisting of four distinct environments: the Vegas version of Singapore’s Zouk Nightclub; AYU Dayclub, designed to transport guests from the desert to Southeast Asia’s idyllic islands; a social gaming bar called RedTail, another Singapore transplant built around versatile programming, drinks, shareable food and giant beer pong; and high-energy restaurant FUHU, serving aromatic crispy duck, lobster noodles and more. Technology is at the center of Zouk’s approach, particularly at the nightclub venue, which will be able to transform and reinvent itself based on the theme of the night, Li says. The actual size of the club will also be adjustable. Zouk's grand opening is currently set for 2021.

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Omnia in Caesars Palace is known as one of the best clubs in Las Vegas. With a glamorous entryway featuring an art installation and interactive technology, you will be breathless from the moment you step through the door. Omnia’s two floors and 75,000 square feet feature a three-part design. The main club has a sprawling dance floor and the Opal and Velvet bars. Hanging from the ceiling is a giant kinetic chandelier with lighting effects, choreographed LED lights, and video projections. The second room is known as the Heart of Omnia, a more intimate lounge that combines vintage designs with LED-paneled walls. Finally, the outdoor terrace provides a fantastic view of the Las Vegas Strip below, allowing guests of dance the night away on a glass floor with embedded LED strips while enjoying the view. Each section has its own bar, dance floor, seating, and DJ booth to provide a unique experience no matter where you go in the club.   The music in Omnia’s main room is predominantly EDM, and artists include Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Illenium, Lil Jon, Zedd, Calvin Harris, and Martin Garrix. However, if EDM doesn’t appeal to you, Heart of Omnia also hosts hip hop DJs, while the rooftop terrace tends to play more chill music. Wait times can get long, especially on Fridays and Saturdays. Thursdays are a good day to just get a feel for the club, as artists are usually local talent rather than big names, and it won’t be as crowded. Tuesdays and Sundays also tend to be less crowded. On Tuesdays, Omnia hosts “Wild at Heart” in the Heart of Omnia room for a mid-week night out. 

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Hakkasan is Las Vegas nightlife’s crown jewel. Located in the MGM grand, Hakkasan features 80,000 square feet and five levels of dance floors, lounges, and restaurants. The first two levels feature the main restaurant, serving masterful Cantonese cuisine from Chef Ho Chee Boon. The third floor is comprised of the Ling Ling Lounge and the Ling Ling Room — over 10,000 square feet of dance floor and lounge. Ling Ling room DJs play hip-hop music; the main room is almost always electronic/house music. The top two floors are the main nightclub and upper balconies, where the resident DJs Tiesto and Calvin Harris spin regularly. The dance floor is surrounded by numerous VIP tables arranged in a semicircle facing the DJ booth, giving every table a great view of the DJ. With its giant LED screens, intense light shows, and world-class performers, Hakkasan is one of the most luxurious and exclusive clubs in Las Vegas.

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Marquee Nightclub

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Marquee Las Vegas is 60,000 square feet tribute to the clubbing gods – featuring a rooftop patio with breathtaking views of Las Vegas, an ultra pool-club and the best DJs from around the world. Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub showcase internationally acclaimed resident DJs such as Kaskade, Dash Berlin, and Chuckie. If you haven’t jumped on the EDM bandwagon, fear not – Marquee also offers the ‘Boom Box’ as a hip hop room, as well as ‘The Library’, a discreet VIP lounge if you’re feeling something more low key. With vast glass window-walls overlooking the famous Las Vegas Strip, guests will enjoy a nightlife experience unlike any other venue. Marquee also features a Dayclub, which is an exclusive adult oasis by day, and an extension of the nightclub in the evening. Guests can experience a vibrant beach club scene while enjoying eight Grand Cabanas, each with its own private spa and infinity plunge pool and unparalleled views of the Las Vegas strip.

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EBC at Night

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As soon as you walk through the front doors of EBC, you immediately know you’re in for a treat. The first thing you will notice is the massive, green-eyed serpent behind the club’s main bar, alluding to the tempting libations and perhaps, the temptations of Sin City itself. EBC features three fully stocked bars, VIP booths along the dance floor, cabanas and daybeds near the pool, and stripper poles for gorgeous go-go dancers. The DJs put on quite a show – some of the talent EBC has signed for the 2014-2015 season include Lil jon, Macklemore, Neyo, Morgan Page, Madeon, and DJ Snake. When you’re ready to take the party outside, EBC has you covered too. The outdoor area features poolside VIP tables, two levels of cabanas, booths, couches, bungalows and plenty of space for dancing wherever you’d like, with palm tree décor and a more casual vibe. There are 26 cabanas that are well-furnished, including flat-screen TVs and balconies overlooking the Las Vegas Strip. During the winter, a climate-controlled dome covers the pool area. Discotech uses third-party providers to process bookings for EBC. Discotech is neither endorsed, nor sponsored by, nor affiliated with EBC or Wynn. EBC and Wynn are registered trademarks of Wynn Resorts Holdings, LLC.

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Daylight At Night

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The sun has set on the typical Vegas pool party! DAYLIGHT Beach Club has announced a new weekly concert series titled “Sundown” for the 2015 summer season, presenting a new element to Vegas daylife and nightlife. "Sundown" will feature a collection of the world's best in underground music.

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Wet Republic

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A privileged playground for partygoers, glitterati, and celebrities, Wet Republic at MGM Grand combines the best elements of Vegas nightlife with supreme poolside amenities to create the ultimate daylife experience. The unrivaled hot spot delivers a variety of experiences for its guests, whether they want to chill over cocktails in the poolside lounge, relax in exclusive VIP bungalows, or bask in the party scene on the main pool deck or cabanas. The 54,500-square-foot pool at the MGM Grand just underwent a $3.574 million remodel to 18,400 square feet of the space. Last year, the pool debuted an expanded DJ booth, an upgraded LED display, extended bar and new furniture. The latest renovations added six new VIP bungalows equipped with furnishings, TVs and misting fans all equipped with three private plunge pools. New restrooms and shower facilities as well as an extended shade area have also been added.

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Tao Beach

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TAO Beach, an icon resting atop the famous TAO Asian Bistro and Nightclub, transports visitors to an exotic Balinese escape and adds a new layer of sophistication to the TAO experience. On a weekly basis the seasonal pool club features high-energy music from internationally acclaimed DJs and celebrity appearances ranging from Jay Z and Heidi Klum to LeBron James and Jamie Foxx. When the weather heats up, TAO Beach offers a sizzling hot daytime experience in Las Vegas. By day, guests can secure a reservation to lounge poolside in one of 12 luxury cabanas that feature such amenities as air-conditioning, high definition plasma screen televisions with gaming consoles, WiFi and customized mini bars. Other amenities include sunglass cleaning and a staff of masseuses. Asian-inspired day beds are scattered throughout the 18,000-square-foot oasis, which also includes a 30-foot bar where guests can sip on TAO-tinis and TAO-jitos made with fresh exotic ingredients. An extensive appetizer and grill menu is also available. The outdoor oasis serves as an extension of the famed nightclub every Thursday, Friday and Saturday during the season with cabanas and tables for VIP bottle service. As night falls, guests will find themselves in an open-air nightclub featuring, two 14-foot fire columns, high-energy music from resident and international guest DJs and strategically-placed beds, perfect for lounging with friends while taking in the action.

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Designed by the internationally renowned Rockwell Group, JEWEL spans more than 24,000 square feet with a capacity of up to 1,925 guests. The multi-level venue will encompass a main club with an overlooking mezzanine level complete with five unique and secluded suites situated above the dance floor, each with its own exclusive entry. The DJ booth, a space conducive to a variety of musical performances, will lead JEWEL in pioneering a first-of-its-kind production wall featuring dual-sided LED video screens and special effects lighting, also allowing for 360-degree movement. Filled with unexpected features and precious finishes throughout the space, JEWEL will provide a coveted experience for its guests – a treasured moment like no other. Bobby Baldwin, president of ARIA Resort & Casino, said, “The addition of JEWEL to ARIA’s entertainment and nightlife portfolio will provide our guests with a new and exclusive nightclub destination. Nightlife is an integral part of the Las Vegas scene and in partnering with Hakkasan Group, the preeminent operator in the industry, we will offer a distinct experience unique to our resort.”

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Drai's After Hours

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So, the DJ is starting to wind down at the club you’re at but you’ve still got a solid six or seven hours of party left in you. It’s the timeless dilemma many of us have encountered at some point or another. What to do, what to do… Head to Drai’s After Hours in The Cromwell. Look for the gold elevator marked with the curvaceous body of a woman in ruby red dress. The club is located underground where it originally opened in the Barbary Coast. Plain and simple, if you’re looking for after-hours fun on the Strip, this is the place to be. Cashing in on everything saucy about after-hours, Drai’s digs deep to give you a club experience like no other. Drai’s pioneered the “after-hours” late-night concept in 1997, providing an intimate and exclusive spot where the party continued til sunrise. After a slight makeover, and the addition of his Drai’s Beach Club • Nightclub on the roof of The Cromwell, Victor Drai has reopened in the same basement spot where Drai’s After Hours became so popular. The hot spot’s underground lounge vibe is perfect for those desiring see-and-be-seen action. Featuring hip hop music until the wee hours of the morning.

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Club Ego Afterhours

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"THE LEADING AFTERHOURS CLUB IN LAS VEGAS TO BRING YOU HIGH PROFILE DJ’S, A CAPTIVATING AMBIENCE, AND THE GREATEST HOUSE, TECHNO, AND TECH HOUSE EXPERIENCE. A ONE OF A KIND EXPERIENCE IN A ONE OF A KIND CITY." Located just a couple minutes from the Las Vegas strip, Tempo Ultra Lounge is perfect for private events and banquets. The interior design creates an intimate and welcoming atmosphere for up to 200 people. Equipped with state of the art sound system and lighting equipment, every guest will feel comfortable levels of music and sound acoustics, allowing for both, groovy evenings, or professional afternoons.

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A new nightclub specializing in mainline house and techno music opens on Friday, July 3, on Fremont East. Corner Bar Management, which already has Commonwealth and Park on Fremont, debuts Discopussy, taking over the former Red Nightclub at 512 Fremont St. The 6,500-square-foot club with room for 500 people features a dance floor with a massive “disco octopus” light hanging over the bar. The eight tentacles light up with 10,000 laser-cut components with 5,000 light diodes. Studio Annwn and Future TBD created the over-the-top chandelier.

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One of the most unique and exciting day parties in all of Las Vegas. Guests can experience 2 epic parties at the same time every Saturday this season – LAVO Party Brunch downstairs in LAVO Italian Restaurant and college football upstairs in LAVO Casino Club. During COVID - Parties with more than 4 guests are able to reserve more than one table, and we can make sure they are placed next to each other.

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We All Scream

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A candy-colored collision of music, art & ice cream...topped with the filthiest sound system in town. The two-story, 10,000-square-foot indoor-outdoor Downtown nightclub We All Scream is set for a big debut this week, with Dutch trance DJ Menno de Jong scheduled to break in its stunning new sound system and choreographed LED displays on April 15. But no matter what you’ve heard or haven’t heard about this next nightlife venue from Corner Bar Management, you’re probably not ready for We All Scream. It’s a mind blower, essentially three spots in one with two outdoor dance floors that will bring the beats simultaneously. It’s a floor-to-ceiling celebration of street art, saturated with murals from renowned groups PichiAvo and Bicicleta Sem Freio. And perhaps most importantly, it’s the culmination of Corner Bar’s aggressive reconceptualizing of the iconic first block of East Fremont Street, where the company opened Commonwealth next door 10 years ago. Almost forgot: there’s ice cream. “We’re hoping there’s a lot to explore,” says Corner Bar founder Ryan Doherty. “You can go into Commonwealth and see everything relatively quickly. Here you can spend hours in one room and then jump into another scene, maybe twice.” We All Scream is a proper nightclub, built out—along with the semi-connected new Cheapshot bar and showroom—around the former Beauty Bar and Don’t Tell Mama spaces. Doherty says the early success of Commonwealth’s rooftop bar demanded similar structures along Fremont. “Tons of cities have streets full of rooftops, and we have nine months of summer here. It’s criminal that we don’t have more,” he says. “We built Commonwealth to be a cocktail and beer bar, casual, come as you are, but the kids took that bar over. We kept getting a bigger sound system and bigger DJs, and now it’s the de facto nightclub on Fremont Street.” In recent years, other clubs have popped up in the area, including Oddfellows at the Ogden. Then Corner Bar started grabbing up Fremont East spots, turning the former Vanguard Lounge into Lucky Day (a tequila and mezcal bar that also evolved into a dance spot because of those “kids”) and the one-time home of Insert Coin(s) into underground music spot Discopussy. The creation of We All Scream and Cheapshot dwarfs those projects, an estimated $4.5 million endeavor. Steel beams were inserted across the building’s roof line to create a spectacular second floor with two sides. In the back, a bar looks out over an art-covered alley and downstairs dance floor with a DJ booth in an ice cream truck and all the lights, speakers, murals and 3D projection mapping that would fit into the former Beauty Bar’s backyard. On the Fremont-facing side of the rooftop, another booth known as the Cone is awash in LED sprinkles that will flash and dance along with the music, plus lasers racing back and forth over the street and a sound system powerful enough to overtake the noise of the block. Back downstairs, the inside is all bar and will serve as more of a laid-back lounge, with a tiny scoop shop that will eventually serve 10 flavors (one in soft-serve) through a window onto the street during the day, and another pickup spot inside at night. Doherty has big plans to healp fund local art with ice cream sales, too. But that’s another story. For now, we have to focus on attempting to process all the semi-psychedelic, sweet and tasty visual and sonic goodness We All Scream has to offer. “There’s no way you can walk down Fremont Street and not know we’re here,” Doherty says.

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Soak Pool at Palms

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Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas reopened on April 27 following a more than $600-million renovation that began in 2019. 73,000 sq feet of the property are dedicated to the expansive multi-tiered pool area. Two main pools and individual private pools that accompany the cabanas offer plenty of room to dip in and cool off. Sip cocktails or mocktails while catching some Vegas sun at the pool. Enjoy the privacy of a cabana with your friends and make new friends at the Palms Casino Resort's pool.

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Nearly a decade ago we wanted a neighborhood bar for locals and visitors alike, so we built one. A 6,000-square-foot, double-decker tavern with iconic rooftop views and a spacious dance floor. Commonwealth is more than just an alcohol emporium, we’re a rendezvous for those who understand the true magic of Downtown Las Vegas. No detail too small, Commonwealth is magnificent and meticulous in aesthetic. Our elegant crystal chandeliers clash with the original worn brick and industrial bones, still standing, as majestic as they were in the 50s. A consummate mix of local clubhouse, bangin’ dancefloor and stylish scene, we deliver nightly. The secret ingredient to our priceless experiences is impeccable hospitality. Come; dance and drink the night away with our handcrafted, ever-changing cocktails lovingly prepared by our bartenders. And if, like us, music is your vice, we’ve got you covered. Rooftop dance floor, iconic Downtown Vegas views, DJs – national and international – curated by music lovers, for music lovers.

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Hard Rock Live Las Vegas

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In a city bursting with every sort of entertainment imaginable, Hard Rock Live Las Vegas stands out as one of its best concert venues. Located in the heart of the famous Las Vegas Strip, we offer a sleek, modern setting where you can watch both local and national artists perform, complete with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment offering mind-blowing imagery and sound. The views of the Strip outside are pretty good too. For a concert experience you won’t soon forget, look to Hard Rock Live Las Vegas. Known as one of the Las Vegas Strip’s best concert venues, we provide the audience with an intimate setting to catch both local and national artists, complete with sound and lighting systems that are second to none and panoramic views of the famous Strip.

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Las Vegas has always been an epicentre of fun. This summer, the bar is raised with ‘Moonbeam‘, the brand new club series that promises to shake up the season with huge residencies. Moonbeam will take place on Sunday nights at Zouk or AYU (depending on weather) Resorts Worlds Las Vegas in partnership with Zouk Group offer the grand opening to highlight this summer in the wild city. We are talking about a $4.3 billion integrated resort, the first to rise on the Strip in the last ten years, and that promises to be an effervescent entertainment bubble, standing out already from the start with this announcement. The new Las Vegas hospitality has just announced ‘Moonbeam’, a brand new club series that will be held every Sunday. ‘Moonbeam’ will feature top-class residencies, which are a real eye-catcher for those who can’t resist a glamorous venue with the best music.

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Las Vegas Clubs FAQ

What time does the headlining DJ usually start performing in Las Vegas clubs?

The headlining DJ will usually start performing around 12:00 AM.

How long do DJs play in Las Vegas?

The headlining DJ or artist usually plays a 1 to 2 hour set.

What is the dress code like at Las Vegas Clubs?

Guys can wear nice jeans and a form fitting plain t-shirt or a nice button down shirt. Girls can wear jeans or a comfortable but stylish dress if they prefer. Of course guys and girls can never go wrong with dressing up even more – there is no such thing as overdressing when it comes to clubs.

How can I get into Las Vegas Clubs for free?

Some Las Vegas Clubs have a free ladies guest list, and have a free even ratio guest list – free if you have the same number of girls (or more) in your party.

Keep in mind that many Las Vegas Clubs are more exclusive and require bottle service to get in. You can sign up for the guest list on our events page.

How can I book bottle service for Las Vegas Clubs?

You can book bottle service directly on Discotech by visiting the Las Vegas page

How much is bottle service at Las Vegas Clubs?

Bottle service and table minimums at Las Vegas Clubs can get pretty expensive in Las Vegas, but every nightclub is different.

The best way to find out is to visit the events page and and and choose the event you're thinking of going.

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