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Touring the Best Nightlife

Be a nightclub VIP in Sin City

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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Unknown
Length: 2.9 miles
Duration: Unknown

Overview :  There are a few things to know before you hit the scene: Cover charges can be steep, but there's little reason to pay. The city is... more »

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Steve Wynn's Tryst had a false start as La Bête, after which Wynn partnered with Vegas' king of nightlife, Victor Drai, to relaunch the place in its gorgeous current incarnation: velvet walls, alligator-skin booths and a 90-foot waterfall cascading into a pool topped by a dance floor that extends partly over the water.
3131 Las Vegas Blvd.... More

For beautiful people (clubgoers and club employees), some say XS cannot be beat. Again, to avoid long lines, locals and regulars suggest getting yourself on XS' VIP list.

As for ambience, XS has it in spades. The club has an inside and an outside. Inside are stripper poles, couches and lots of gold. The outside capitalizes on the hotel's pool... More

Tao is housed at the Venetian and boasts Asian bistro cuisine as well as an elaborate themed interior. Even with three large rooms, Tao fills up quickly and can become overly crowded. Go-go dancers, bottle service and long lines are staples at Tao, though recent guests have reported that the establishment has improved its "line management" issues.
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Open since New Year's Eve 2005, PURE, in Caesars Palace, is approaching icon status. Tuesday (locals' night) is the choice night at the club, whose interiors range from the stark white main room to the extravagant Red Room, with its immense chandeliers. The Terrace, a 14,000-square-foot deck overlooking the Strip with a long, sunken fire pit and... More

Opened Labor Day 2007 in the newly revved-up Luxor, LAX Nightclub has 26,000 square feet of (very public) opulence, with black chandeliers and Art Nouveau balustrades over the dance floor.
3900 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Luxor Las Vegas