With just over a week to go until 2011 draws to an end, many people will be wondering how they might spend their New Year’s Eve this year. Vegas will surely be a destination for many; Las Vegas nightlife has become one of its signatures over many years, with decadence and exhilaration guaranteed on a night out in Sin City. Here are the top nightclubs in Las Vegas, according to Pocket Vegas Visitor Map and Guide:
With it’s unusual indoor-outdoor style, XS Las Vegas stands out as one of the most modern and stylish nightclubs in all of Las Vegas. If you have cash to burn, XS is the place to be, with the signature cocktail ‘Ono’ costing $10,000 (with generous splashes of Dom Perignon Oenotheque and Louis XIII de Remy Martin Black Pearl Cognac). For men, the cocktail comes with stunning silver cufflinks and for the ladies, a white-gold chain with a black pearl pendant is included – not your average cocktail, but this is not your average club. Dress code is strictly adhered to but once inside, XS is a chilled out mix of sophistication and glamour.
Tryst Las Vegas is a more than just a nightclub, it is the experience of a lifetime. An incredible 90-foot waterfall cascades into a secluded lagoon, surrounded by a dance floor, VIP and bar area. Parties and table bookings are available, with features such as celebrity hosts, a red carpet entrance, ice sculptures, photo booths and custom décor. With upcoming appearances from Fedde Le Grand and Rob Kardashian, Tryst is an exclusive and stylish venue to party the night away.
The unique Tao Lounge combines mystical, Zen-inspired décor with contemporary music and lighting to create an experience to heighten all the senses. With Buddhas adorning every wall, centuries-old wooden ornaments and stunning waterfalls, Tao might well be mistaken for a temple, but the underlying theme is decadence, with go-go dancers and hot tubs all around.
With four venues in one, Pure Nightclub Las Vegas is one of the most dramatic and electrifying nightspots in Las Vegas. The atmosphere here is sleek and sexy, with white silks and couches in one room and rich, deep reds in another. Celine Dion, Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi all own a stake in Pure so you can bet it will be a celebrity-magnet when New Year rolls around. Picturesque views of the Las Vegas strip combined with a 14,000 square foot terrace and a variety of rooms, make Pure one of Vegas’ biggest and best nightlife venues.
- Blue Martini
Named after James Bond’s drink of choice, Blue Martini is an upscale bar known for its private parties and VIP guests. Open every day until late, the classy venue has a chilled out ambience, with a tapas menu, cocktail bar and happy hour. Whether visiting Blue Martini for an occasion like New Years Eve or for some relaxing drinks, the relaxing atmosphere is calming without losing the sophisticated spirit that oozes from every corner.