May 11, 2015

7 Must-Visit Las Vegas Clubs & Casinos

best las vegas night clubs

When all of your courses and networking are finished for the day, it’s time to check out some of the nightlife that Las Vegas has become so famous for! From iconic casinos like Caesars Palace and the MGM Grand to new hotspots popping up year round, Las Vegas has nightlife attractions that will suit anyone’s tastes. In no particular order, here are a few we recommend you visit while you’re in town.

Marquee at The Cosmopolitan has plenty of space, big dance floors, an outdoor pool area and several different rooms so you can find a spot that fits your party style. It’s a great spot for catching a DJ spinning records in a club-like atmosphere and a great place to dance and let loose. It can get a little crowded, so plan ahead and build in some time to make your way through the lines!

Beacher’s Madhouse at The MGM Grand is a great option for a variety show with plenty of low-brow humor. You’re also bound to find plenty of celebrity impersonators to take your picture with while you and your friends are out having a good time. Don’t come to Beacher’s with any preconceived notions of what you’re going to see; the shows are funny, unique and sometimes completely spontaneous!

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The eye-catching fountains outside of Caesars Palace.
If you intend to gamble while you’re in town, you have to visit the granddaddy of all casinos, Caesars Palace. The hotel and casino features the largest variety of games available in Las Vegas with arguably the best service in town and an unforgettable ancient Roman setting. Aside from traditional table games, you can enjoy a spacious and comfortable sports book for racing bets. Ready for a little nightlife? Head over to the casino’s Omnia nightclub for great DJ acts in a beautiful and timeless venue, or catch famous comics and musicians in concert like Mariah Carey, Rod Stewart, Jerry Seinfeld and more.

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The beautiful Venetian Hotel.

The Venetian offers visitors a glimpse into Venice life with its beautiful European architecture and waterways. Sights aside, the casino offers over 230 table game spots covering mainstay games like blackjack and roulette as well as novelty games. Check out the beautiful pool deck with its pristine columns and pool tiling, or dine on cuisine created by famous, world-renowned chefs like Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck. Feeling up for some dancing? Head over to the casino’s TAO night club, which features specialty rooms playing varieties of music and even the Snoopadelic Cabaret, a hip-hop version of a 1920s speakeasy designed by rapper Snoop Lion!

If you’re on a bit of a budget, try the 1OAK club at The Mirage. The space feels like an extravagant movie theater due to its main room seating that slopes gradually downward towards the dance floor in the middle. The seats are large, plush and comfortable for you and all of your guests. On Friday nights, it has Flashback Friday events with musical acts you might remember from decades past!

If you’re short on cash, experience a piece of Las Vegas history by checking out El Cortez. The longest-running casino in town, El Cortez features cheap blackjack, craps, keno, poker and more so you can try your lucky hand without burning a hole in your wallet. It even features coin-operated slot machines, which are becoming a dying  breed in Sin City.

Don’t feel like bothering with the commute to another casino or club? Head out of the conference center and down one floor to the casino at Planet Hollywood where you will find a full selection of gaming stations for popular table games! You’ll see headlining acts like ventriloquist Jeff Dunham and excellent cuisine offered at a variety of restaurants. Stop in for a relaxing treatment at the spa, soak up the sun at the pool, or partake in some glamorous shopping at the Miracle Mile Shops.

What are some of your favorite nightlife spots in Las Vegas? Let us know in the comments below!

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