Zouk General Info
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.
Las Vegas, NV 89109