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.