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Gallery Nightclub Las Vegas

The Gallery Nightclub in Las Vegas opened in 2011 inside the Planet Holleywood hotel. the club features a medieval gothic design created by designer Amy Kim of AK DesignNetwork. The almost 20,000-square foot club offers secret rooms, candlelit fireplaces made of glass, and sensual lighting through creating a mysterious ambiance. The walls are decorated with over-sized frames with artwork of exotic and voyeuristic photograph images.

The booming audio system with hit music spun by world renowned DJ’s mesh with the high-tech light effects to make the atmosphere of the club electric and exciting. They spin house, hip hop and todays top 40 hits. Overall, between the design, sensual art, lights, and music you will be left with the feeling that anything can happen here.

Some of the exotic rooms currently available to explore at the Gallery are the Main Room, Red room, and the Gold room. The Main room offers the massive dance floor, two bars, elevated DJ station, VIP booths, dancers, and even acrobats. While the Red room has 3D images on display that seem to follow you with their eyes. The Gold room features a sultry striptease dancer who performs inside a life size champagne glass.

The Gallery nightclub is currently open Wednesday thru Saturday from 10 p.m. until 4 a.m. To make a reservation for bottle service and table reservations call 702-818-5700 or visit www.GalleryLV.com for more information. The Gallery club is next door to the Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Saloon that opens in May 2011.

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Body English at Hard Rock

Body English, Hard Rock

Located at the trendy Hard Rock Hotel east of the Las Vegas Strip, Body English represents one of the best club experiences in town. This is destination number one for many of the top celebrities and power players to come to town, not to mention the music industry executives.


Celebrity DJ’s spin a pulsating mix of House, Hip-hop and Rock to keep the packed dance floor moving into the night. Body English offer’s bottle service booths from their top level lounge that will set you back about $300. Or if your a high roller or music industry exec, they feature VIP booths complete with one way glass and exclusive amenities.

Body English consistently sets the standard for dance clubs in Las Vegas. The dress code is upscale and the cover charge is $30 for men and $20 for women. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from 10:30 p.m to 4 a.m.

Learn more about the Hard Rock Hotel

Body English

4455 Paradise Rd, Hard Rock Hotel

Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702)693-4000


Ghostbar at the Palms

Ghostbar at Palms


The Ghostbar sits atop the Palms Hotel offering breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip and beyond. Enjoy a cocktail from the club’s open air skydeck the “ghostdeck” and take in the amazing 360 degree view’s of Las Vegas.

Inside the bar visitors can look through acrylic glass and see through flooring down onto the pool lounge below. At the bar try one of the supernatural house drink specials or order from the menu of upscale entrees.

The Ghostbar is modeled after the popular Chicago hotspot of the same name and offers a cool and contemporary setting for your night time fun.

Find out more about the Palms Hotel.

Ghostbar

4321 W. Flamingo Road

The Palms Casino Hotel

Las Vegas, NV 89103

702-938-2666

Hours and Cover – Sunday – Thursday – $10 – Friday – Saturday $25 – Local Ladies with ID – FREE


Ice Club Las Vegas

ICE club, Las Vegas


Hailed as the “Best New Venue” with the “Best Sound System” at the 2004 Club Awards, ICE is a great choice to get your late night groove on. Ice has impressive 40 ft ceiling’s and 17,000 sq. ft of opportunities for dancing and mingling.

You can check out the party scene from the Ice balcony or experience the extreme mood changes in each of the six unique rooms. These micro environments make it seem like six clubs in one that is sure to offer something for everyone.

With five full service bars and 31 bottle service tables there’s plenty of opportunity to cool your parched throat after working up a sweat. Additional amenities include a VIP entrance, award winning sound system, 2 independent DJ booths and a cool liquid nitrogen system that covers dancers in a dense fog.

ICE Nightclub

200 E. Harmon Ave.

Las Vegas, NV 89109


Jet Club at Mirage

Jet at Mirage, Las Vegas


Jet at the Mirage Hotel has three dance floors with multiple levels and and four bars. Each dance floor has its own unique DJ, sound system and style of music. The dance floors regularly play Hip Hop, Rock and House from one of their three distinct rooms. All rooms feature European bottle service and other accommodations.

Jet was designed by Jeffrey Beers of the Light Group, who know exactly how to put together a nightclub. The Club has a spectacular light system complete with a laser grid and amazing special effects.

Find out more about the Mirage Hotel.

Jet

3400 Las Vegas Blvd S

Las Vegas, NV 89109

702-693-8300

Hours of Operation – Fri, Sat, Mon, 10:30pm – 4:00am


Light Nightclub at the Bellagio

Light Club, Bellagio


Modeled after it’s sister site in New York, Light at the Bellagio delivers a posh setting to its refined and well heeled visitors. Dress code here is strictly enforced and once inside you can see why. The place is exclusive and delivers a sophisticated and upscale vibe.

The medium sized dance floor kicks out House and Hip Hop beats. You can also find Light Go-Go dancers here, who add to the already abundant eyecandy.

Find out more about the Bellagio Hotel

Light at the Bellagio

3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV

702-693-8300


Pure at Caesars Palace

Pure Caesars Palace


Recognized by many as the premier club in Las Vegas, Pure at Caesars Palace offers the best in Las Vegas Nightlife. Pure has two-stories and features 40,000 square feet of space in four distinct environments. Each environment is it’s own experience with separate DJ’s, sound systems and styles.

Ascend the staircase to Pure’s, 14,000 square foot terrace that gives you incredible views of the Las Vegas Strip, or check out the hottest lounge in town. The Pussycat Dolls lounge made famous by its many celebrity guest including Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, Charlize Theron, Christina Applegate, Brittany Murphy, Eva Longoria and originally led by Carmen Elektra.

Touted by E! Entertainment as the No.1 Nightclub in the U.S, Pure has also been rated the number one club by the likes of America Online, Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Citylife and Las Vegas Review Journal.

Find out more about the Caesars Palace Hotel.

Pure

3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Las Vegas, NV 89109

(702) 731-7873

Hours of Operation – Friday – Sunday, Tuesday, 10 p.m. – early morning hours


Rain at the Palms

Rain Club, Las Vegas


Located west of the strip and known for some of the hottest parties in Las Vegas, Rain at the Palms delivers. Rain is a top celebrity hot spot as well as a lavish and beautiful dance club.

You can expect some great music, exciting lighting effects and impressive displays of water and fire. Be prepared for long wait times on the weekends for this posh venue. Make sure you also check out the trendy Ghostbar that’s also located at the Palms Hotel.

Rain

4321 W Flamingo Rd, Palms Casino Resort

Las Vegas, NV 89103

(702)942-6832

Hours – Thu 11pm-5am; Fri-Sat 10pm-5am

Admission – Thu $10, Fri-Sat $25, Local women Free


Rumjungle Mandalay Bay

Rumjungle Las Vegas


The perfect place to take in the Las Vegas nightlife and mingle, the Rumjungle is one of the cities hottest spots. Once inside you’ll see displays of water and fire illuminated from the walls and a bar stacked high with the most rum in town.

The Rumjungle’s open all week, but on Friday and Saturday night the club takes off. DJs pump out a wide variety of beats like house, hip-hop, funk, international rhythms and top 40. Above the dance floor, exotic go-go dancers sway to the music as the beautiful crowd rubs elbows.

Located inside the Mandalay Bay Hotel the Rumjungle serves a mid to upscale clientele and offers bottle service and VIP seating to those willing to pay for it.

Rumjungle

3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.

Las Vegas, NV 89119

(702) 492-3960

Hours: Tue – Thur and Sun, 11 p.m – 2 a.m – Fri – Sat and Mon, 11 p.m – 4 a.m.

Admission – Sun – Thu $20, Fri-Sat – Mon $25, Front of the line $40


Tryst Las Vegas

Tryst at Wynn, Las Vegas


Tryst at the Wynn is a glamorous but intimate club built by famous nightclub designer Victor Drai. A recent redesign of the La Bete club in collaboration with Cy and Jesse Waits of House of Blues fame have transformed the club into Tryst. The club is located inside the Wynn Las Vegas resort and is fronted by some spectacular sights.

Visually stunning, Tryst has a 12,000 square foot main room overlooking a 90 ft waterfall and shimmering lagoon. Partygoers can enjoy an outdoor patio area, chic inside lounge and a dance floor complete with stripper poles. Tryst DJ’s usually serve up plenty of house, some hip hop, and today’s music hits.

As you would expect the Tryst has separate VIP areas complete with European bottle service and addition amenities. Many clubbers use Tryst as a jumping off point for late night endeavors. The crowd is typically a mixed mid to late twenties age range, with many attractive people mingling together. Dress to impress at this upscale nightclub.

Find out more about the Wynn Hotel.

Tryst

3131 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Las Vegas, NV 89109

Tel: (702) 770-7000

Toll Free: 877-321-WYNN


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