Las Vegas lounges and nightclubs have a lot to offer the visitors in the city. If you really want to have top-notch entertainment, and the kind of fun that people talk about, check out the best nightclubs in Las Vegas. There are a few, and "best" can mean different things to different people. But, still they're worth a shot.
Ice Las Vegas is the largest freestanding nightclub and multi-million dollar ultra-lounge offering 6 different micro-environments to indulge your senses. Ice features a 4,000 sq-ft Brazilian walnut dance floor paired with the largest Funktion One sound installation in the country, and the only Kryogenifex Fog system in Las Vegas. The venue presents an in-house performance art troupe comprised of body contortionists, go-go dancers, prop builders, and magicians, as well as internationally renowned DJ's. Ice offers patrons a high entertainment value, sleek sophistication, an uninhibited edge, and a passion for guest service.
Body English is the place at the Hard Rock, and is the kind of place where you might lose every inhibition you have.
V Bar is a classy spot, so, unless you are prepared, you might feel out of place.
The Peppermill is the ultimate lounge, without the silicone beauties acting pretentious. Have a drink and sit by the fire, or dissolve into one of the booths. This is the place to people watch in Las Vegas.
One of the "must visit" nightclubs in Las Vegas is Ra Nightclub. A state-of-the-art light and sound system will create an exciting and unique
atmosphere unlike other nightclubs in Las Vegas. In addition, the club includes such amenities as luxury VIP booths, two cigar lounges, and valet service. Ra is open Wednesday - Sunday from 10 p.m. Dress code is enforced. It's a great club, with a great casino and hotel. The venue was voted Best Dance Club in Las Vegas and for its World Famous DJs.
The velvet ropes of Studio 54 transport you back to the heyday of the classic New York City discotheque. The industrial warehouse motif recalls the trashy hip, while celebrities and club kids alike schmooze on plush leather couches. Early in the evening, DJ Frankie and DJ Jose 2 Hype spin the sounds of the late 70's and early 80's. As the evening progresses, DJ Frankie digs into deep house and progressive beats.
Club Rio's Scinta Showroom really heats up with 30,000 square feet of super clubbing, 55 thundering drums, the world's top DJs, 12 massive virtual video walls, interactive 3-D laser lights, tribal dancers, aerial performances, Electronica sounds, and Las Vegas' best sound system.
Rain in the Desert offers the ultimate nightclub experience, with multiple VIP areas available in the form of skyboxes, cabana areas, and water booths. The club's special effects include intelligent lighting and electrifying play of water, fire, and fog.
Tangerine Lounge and Nightclub at Treasure Island features an indoor lounge and outdoor deck, plus a DJ spinning rock and dance with live musical interludes. Tangerine is all about daiquiris and steel drums during the daytime, and then becomes an ultra dynamic nightclub and lounge at night.
So, what are the best nightclubs in Las Vegas? It's up to you to decide.