Top Vegas Nightclubs

Top 5 Vegas Nightclubs

Heads up everybody!  We have a list of the top 5 Vegas nightclubs that you need to visit next time you’re in Sin City. We’ll take you on a journey through the desert to find the best nightclubs, with the most celebrity elite.  Here are the clubs you need to visit next time you’re in Vegas.

5. TAO


TAO is essentially an Asian-themed city located in The Venetian.  It includes a top tier restaurant, lounge area, nightclub, and beach!  TAO manages to entice with its elegant aesthetic, and tantalize your desires with deep velvety red decor.  Famous celebrity artists that have been sited at the venue include none other than Snoop Dogg and Jermaine Dupri.

4. Chateau Nightclub and Rooftop












Located at the top of the Paris hotel, Chateau is a great nightclub to get the full Vegas Experience.  The club is broken down into to two exhilarating areas featuring the main nightclub, and an accessible Strip-side extension called Chateau Gardens Rooftop.  Artists like Nelly have been seen routinely at the venue.

3. Marquee












The Marquee can be found at the top of the Cosmopolitan.  It has various rooms dedicated to particular styles of music.  The Marquee is unique in both its enormous 60,000 square foot size, but also in the fact that you will have an experience catered to your style.  A number of top celebrities pay a visit to the Marquee, including the world famous Madonna and Juicy J.

2. The Bank












The Bank Nightclub can be found over at the Bellagio.  The nightclub is always a fan-favorite, featuring  a wide variety of songs from popular EDM and Hip-Hop artists.  The Bank has had appearances by Avril Lavigne, Common, Ciara, and many more.

1. Drais












This Vegas rooftop oasis let’s you, and your closest friends rub shoulders with the biggest celebrities out there!  Perched above The Cromwell hotel, Drais offers amazing views of the strip, while entertaining over 2,500 guests.  You might have heard of few…just some minor artists like Chris Brown, 50 cent, and J. Cole…no big deal…