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Vegas is back baby! After some tough years, Las Vegas is heating up again. Visitor numbers, hotel room occupancy rates, casino revenues - by any standard, the scene in Las Vegas is getting back to where it was before the 2008 global economic meltdown.

In fact, the Las Vegas economy by some measures is poised to top historic highs. The healthy visitor numbers are supporting major new investments in clubs, restaurants, hotels and casinos.

Las Vegas is able to attract the best DJs in the world, the hottest new chefs, amazing stage acts, and of course, bigger, brighter and crazier casino floors than you've ever seen anywhere.

All of these unbelievable attractions are drawing in some of the best-looking and most interesting people from all over North America and in fact, from all over the world.

Las Vegas is one of the must-see U.S. destinations of international travelers and there's really no telling who will be sitting next to you at the blackjack table - from Duluth to Dushanbe, Las Vegas pulls them all!

Everybody knows about the corporate convention travelers to Las Vegas. Vegas conventions are such a corporate rite of passage that it's practically a Six Sigma level - the Green Belts and Black Belts are ok, but once you get your Vegas Belt, nobody can stop you (except that guy in accounting who reviews your expense reports. Don't ever mess with that guy - especially after going to Vegas).

The time to look around and read up on all your Vegas entertainment options is right now, before you're in the middle of all the action. After you get there and start partying, it will be too late. So come along with us and let's review all the amazing opportunities Las Vegas offers to you and your crew.

While there are hundreds of thousands of corporate conventioneers visiting Las Vegas every year, there are other types of visitors as well.

Vegas is always popular - of course - with bachelor and bachelorette party groups.

Another big, fun group of visitors are the "drive-ins" from Southern California. These people definitely know how to party. It takes just four hours to drive from LA to Las Vegas, and it's worth every minute.

In addition, a frequently spotted visitor on the Vegas nightlife scene is the recent divorcee. If you've never partied with a new divorcee, you've never really partied.

A Little Less Conversation, A Little More Action ...
Ok, yes, everybody realizes that you're ready to go. But hang on a minute and let's get a few planning details out of the way first. The time you spend in Vegas is going to fly by.

You want to spend that time actually partying and enjoying yourselves, not fooling around with reservations and making choices about shows and restaurants. Make all those decisions in advance and if at all possible, book your seats at shows and restaurants before you leave home.

If you're going to have a long, boring whole-crew debate about Blue Man Group versus Cirque de Soleil, be sure you do that before you leave Edmonton. Once the meter starts running in Vegas, you're not going to want to slow down.

To the rest of the world, a Tuesday is still just a school night. So if you do have flexibility in your travel plans, then try to be there during the week because the party will be almost as good as the weekend. At the very least, see if you can arrive on a Thursday and depart on a Monday so you don't waste party time in airport and hotel check-in crowds.

The hotel check-in and check-out wait times on busy weekend days are no joke, either. On a busy day, you can expect to wait a lot longer than you're probably used to at a normal business hotel. The other thing to remember is that you are not the only human being on the planet who has figured out how cool it would be to see the one night only Siegfried & Roy reunion show.

If you don't make reservations in advance - sometimes weeks in advance - you seriously might miss out on the things you most want to see. Don't be an idiot. Lock it down early so you don't have to worry about it when you get there.

There are two schools of thought on choosing a hotel in Vegas. Some people think, "Who cares where you stay, you only sleep there anyway." This is not a good rationale for choosing a hotel, unless you like the smell of boiled cabbage or are doing research for an article on "The Cockroaches of the American Desert West."

Don't skimp on the hotel - just save up until you get your money right before you go. It's not just about the room anyway. It's about the whole scene. All of the cool hotels have amazing entertainment, bars, pool parties, nightclubs - everything - right there in the building. And another feature of great hotels is the great people who stay there. If you're looking to party with awesome people from all over the world, go to an awesome hotel.

If you plan it right, you might even be surprised at the rates you can score at some pretty swanky hotels.

Take a look at some of these dream properties:

  • The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

    This place is unbelievable... if you have the means. Located directly on the Strip, right in the middle of the action, the Cosmopolitan opened its doors in 2010, barely squeaking through before the Great Recession put such massive developments on hold for a long, long time.

    This place symbolizes everything that people love about Vegas - it's huge and gaudy; there are chandeliers and TVs everywhere! Be sure to get a room with a view of the Bellagio Fountain if you like that sort of thing. The casino floor is 100,000 square feet of loud, crazy action.

    Check out a show at the Chelsea Showroom - Bruno Mars, Neil Young, Lenny Kravitz, Jason Mraz - the acts are awesome and they fill the 3,000 seat auditorium so book early!

    The scene at the Boulevard Pool alone is just about worth the room rate. The pool deck overlooks the Strip and is packed with interesting people all through the season. If you can get your mates to let you slow down for a couple of hours, do not miss the Hammam (Turkish steam bath) at the Sahra Spa. Sweat out the toxins and be ready for another night of partying!

     
    THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS

    THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS

    3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

     

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    The Aria

    CityCenter Las Vegas, costing almost $9 billion, is the most expensive privately funded construction project in U.S. history. Opening in 2009, the Aria is the anchor hotel of CityCenter. The Sky Suites tower is the 5-star wing. Aria has the best of everything - electronically controlled blinds, lights, TV all in huge suites with incredible views.

    The casino floor is 150,000 square feet and has every kind of game you can imagine. Do you know how to play Baccarat? Yeah, me neither. But you should bone up on it before you go because the Baccarat Room and the adjacent Lounge have some of the best-looking people in the whole place!

    There is a resident Cirque de Soleil show - Zarkana - and the pool deck is also one of the biggest and best on the Strip. If you ever do manage to venture out of this amazing hotel, the CityCenter complex is right at your door. The shopping next door at Crystals is not like anything you're probably used to unless your father is the Emir.

     
    ARIA LAS VEGAS

    ARIA LAS VEGAS

    3730 Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV

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    Wynn

    Wynn Resorts hold more Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star awards than any other independent hotel company in the world and hold more Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star awards than any other Las Vegas resort.

    Located on the Las Vegas Strip, the $2.7 billion resort is named after casino developer Steve Wynn and is the flagship property of Wynn Resorts Limited.

    Inside the luxurious Wynn resort is 49 floors, with 2,716 rooms ranging in size from 640 square feet to villas at 7,000 square feet. The resort also includes a casino, where comedy film Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, starring Kevin James, was entirely filmed. It is the first film ever shot on the property of Steve Wynn by his permission.

    Together with the adjacent Encore, the entire Wynn resort complex has a total of 4,750 rooms, making it the world's sixth-largest hotel.

     
    WYNN LAS VEGAS

     

    WYNN

    3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Nobu Hotel

    One thing that happens in Vegas that doesn't really happen in many other places in the world is the "hotel within a hotel" thing. As if the main hotel is not posh enough, some people just have to stay in the special, secret "holy of holies."

    Now, if you're a super-connected high-roller, then you probably know about the Mansion at the MGM Grand and you probably also know who to call to make a reservation. But if you're just a normal guy with a little extra money to splash around, then you should take a look at Nobu, located within the Caeser's Palace complex.

    This hotel is from the same guy - Nobu Matsuhisa (along with his partner Robert De Niro, who you may also have heard of). Check-in at Nobu is in a private lobby on the 72nd floor - which can make the usual check-in zoo at Caesar's a lot easier. The décor in the rooms is understated Asian, with lots of black lacquer and Japanese wood block prints.

    The main thing you appreciate at Nobu is the feeling of a "sanctuary in the city."
    At Nobu, you are right in the heart of the action and yet everything is so quiet. If you're going to stay at Nobu, you have got to check out the Gossy room where you can find Matt Goss performing frequently.

     
    NOBU HOTEL

    NOBU HOTEL

    3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

Once you get settled in your room and everybody has recovered from the flight, be sure to drink a glass of water and then meet your crew down by the hotel pool. Where's your first destination?

MyRSVP is the perfect online resource to book your pool party. Book your table or bottle service conveniently online with MyRSVP. All you have to do is complete a form, click Plan My Party and you're on your way to an amazing trip.

The Customer Service team at MyRSVP is readily available and happy to help you.

Call MyRSVP at 1-800-500-5200 or email them info@myrsvp.com took your stay in Vegas!

You probably want to get started with a hot party - but it's not even nighttime yet! No problem, this is Vegas and people party like it's nighttime all-the-time. What you need to get you and your boys through from now until the sun goes down is a pool party. Check this out:

  • Wet Republic

    Wet Republic is located at the MGM Grand and opens mid-March.

    If you're an EDM music fan Wet Republic is a must. The sprawling pool complex features the biggest top-name DJs such as Calvin Harris, Steve Aoki and Tiësto.

    Wet Republic features a sensuous Las Vegas ambiance with a linen white palette adorned with vibrant hues of blue.

    The pool also features a 1,200 square-foot LED Wall that sits overhead the DJ booth with dedicated visual performers on staff. Twelve private bungalows with plunge pools fill the perimeter of this sought after pool party.

    Wet Republic is open 11 am - 7 pm daily and closes on Tuesdays.

     
    WET REPUBLIC

    WET REPUBLIC

    MGM Grand | 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Encore Beach Club

    Annually opening in mid-March, this day club is known for throwing the ultimate Las Vegas pool party. It features music from DJs like Zedd and David Guetta, stripper poles by the pool, and themed parties on "Recess Fridays."

    The party starts late on Thursday night as hours are 10 pm - 4 am. Encore Beach Club is perfect for those looking to day drink on the weekends as the club opens early in the morning and stays open until 6 pm.

    At Encore Beach Club you dress to impress; no baggy clothing, jeans, or basketball shorts are allowed. Pool access will be granted to those with proper swim attire. All persons who do not have the proper swim attire will be informed that they are not to enter pool areas prior to venue entry. European bathing is not permitted.

     
    ENCORE BEACH CLUB

    ENCORE BEACH CLUB

    Encore Hotel & Casino | 3121 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Marquee Dayclub

    Ranked The #1 Pool Party & Dayclub in Las Vegas, Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas spans 22,000 square feet of the expansive multi-level Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub entertainment complex and boasts two pools, several bars, and a gaming area.

    If you really want to live it up in Vegas, book a three-story bungalow loft that comes complete with living quarters or reserve one of the grand pool cabanas with infinity pools and a party deck on top.

    Marquee Dayclub is open daily 11 am to sunset.

     
    MARQUEE DAYCLUB

    MARQUEE DAYCLUB

    Cosmopolitan Hotel & Casino | 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Daylight

    Opening in April, Daylight is located at Mandalay Bay.

    This weekend pool party at Daylight can fit roughly 5,000 people into one spot for big-name DJs like Carl Cox and Alesso on Fridays and Saturdays and local acts on Sundays.

    The elevated stage can be seen from all angles, and is surrounded by high-tech LED screens and more than 20 VIP cabanas. It almost eliminates the need for a nightclub.

     
    DAYLIGHT

    DAYLIGHT

    Mandalay Bay | 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Drai's Beach Club

    Opening early March, Drai's Beach Club is located at The Cromwell hotel.

    Drai's has five VIP bungalows that contain their own pool in addition to a buffet of luxury cabanas.

    This pool party features two main pools. In addition to these pools, there are two main bars that complement the pools and bottle service. There is also an outdoor DJ booth with an LED facade.

    Pool party hours are Friday to Sunday, 10 am to 7 pm.
    Casual rooftop pool hours are Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 7 pm.

     
    DRAI'S BEACH CLUB

    DRAI'S BEACH CLUB

    The Cromwell | 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Rehab

    Located at the Hard Rock, Rehab heats up usually in late April.

    The original day club showed the rest of ‘em how to do it with thumping music, lots of drinks, and the occasional poolside concert.

    Choose from three pools to suit your style among the trees and landscaping.

    Rehab is open daily from 11 am - 7 pm.

     
    Rehab

    REHAB

    Hard Rock Hotel and Casino | 4455 Paradise Road Las Vegas, NV

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    Tao Beach

    Tao Beach is located at the Venetian and opens Mid-March.

    Although this pool on the roof of Tao Nightclub is a little on the small side, it more than makes up for that on Friday/Saturday nights with a high-intensity party atmosphere.

    Another plus you'll you find with Tao Beach is that it has the best sushi you'll find near a swimming pool.

    Tao Beach is open daily 11 am - sunset.

     
    Tao Beach

    Tao Beach

    Venetian | 3377 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Liquid Pool Lounge

    Opening Mid-March, Liquid Pool Lounge is open Wednesday through Sunday 11 am - 6 pm.

    Liquid encompasses a contemporary ambiance with ultra VIP service. Poolside music sets a lively mood as guests enjoy the exclusivity and seclusion provided by towering palms.

    Two luxury VIP pools and eight grand private cabanas create a tempting cool oasis from the hot Vegas sun. A specialty cocktail menu features the refreshing Watermelon Cooler and Liquid Fusion.

    The 50 seat Liquid restaurant offers poolside dining and a light-hearted menu from executive Chef Brian Massie. Signature dishes include mahi mahi tacos and coconut shrimp.

    Liquid is a top venue choice for those seeking luxury in a modern tropical retreat.

     
    Liquid Pool Lounge

    Liquid Pool Lounge

    Aria Hotel and Casino | 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Foxtail Pool Club

    Located at the SLS Las Vegas, Foxtail Pool Club also opens Mid-March.

    SLS Las Vegas is the newest option for the dayclub crowd. Situated at the heart of SLS Las Vegas, Foxtail Pool Club's expansive pool deck serves as an amenity to hotel guests. Home of day and nightlife experiences, it's a special events space where both programmed and private events can take place with a sophisticated splash.

    A highlight of Foxtail Pool Club's evening atmosphere includes the transformation of the adjacent parking garage and hotel tower into a canvas for 3D mapping, featuring visually stunning content.

    Foxtail Pool Club is open Monday through Sunday 10:30 am - 7 pm.

     
    Foxtail Pool Club

    Foxtail Pool Club

    SLS Hotel and Casino | 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

By now it's early evening and everybody loved the Beach Club. You're all dressed and ready to prowl the town until the sun comes up. Better start with dinner.

Here are some places to go for an obscene feast:

  • SW Steakhouse at Wynn

    Any old yobbo can host his mates in America at a national chain steakhouse - Ruth's Chris, Charlie Palmer's, The Palm. They're all great places, don't get me wrong. But you want your friends to know that you've got old-school street cred.

    SW Steakhouse is the steakhouse of all steakhouses. Overlooking the Wynn's Lake of Dreams, this romantic setting has the best steak in Las Vegas.

    Start with the king crab pasta for an appetizer and the signature double rib-eye for dinner and you're guaranteed to have a perfect meal. The wine selection at SW Steak is top-notch, and the staff is always happy to serve you.

    The steaks are top-quality, thick and cooked just right. The waiter won't say anything if you order it well done, but all your mates will know there's something wrong with you. Keep a little pink and enjoy the flavor. Live a little on the dangerous side - it's Vegas.

     
    SW Steakhouse

    SW Steakhouse at Wynn

    3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Yellowtail

    Who doesn't love a delicious sushi dish? Partnered with Akira Back, Yellowtail is the best of the best. With a picture perfect view of Lake Bellagio, Yellowtail provides guests with a front row seat for the fountain and light show.

    The classic Japanese cuisine at Yellowtail features innovative dishes that utilize fresh ingredients from the world's top purveyors.

    Classic sashimi dishes and the big eye tuna pizza are some of the best, but don't forget Akira's signature popping spicy crab roll with that's right -- Pop Rocks candy.

     
    Yellowtail

    YELLOWTAIL AT BELLAGIO

    3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Carbone at Aria

    Craving some delicious carbs after drinking? Or simply craving a delicious Italian meal? If so, then Carbone is an ultimate MUST.

    Located inside the Aria Resort & Casino, Carbone is old school New York influenced by an era of glamour and showmanship.

    Named "Restaurant of the Year" by Bloomberg News in New York City, Chef Mario's crew is a legendary lineup of captains, each tasked with making every meal memorable. Offering a mouthwatering mix of original pasta dishes and old world favorites, you will never leave Carbone hungry or unsatisfied.

     
    Carbone

    Carbone at Aria

    3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Le Cirque at Bellagio

    Looking for a fine dining restaurant to take your significant other out to for a date? Le Cirque is a top choice.

    Working at the famed Colony Club as a maitre d'hotel in the late 1960s, Sirio Maccioni developed his first taste for the restaurant business. Then in 1974, Sirio opened what was destined to become a New York landmark - Le Cirque, which literally translates as "the circus" in French, at the Mayfair Hotel.

    Located inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, this French Cuisine is described as exquisite, bold, and transcendent.

    Each meal leaves you salivating for more, and the wine pairing is the only way to do this restaurant.

     
    Le Cirque

    Le Cirque at Bellagio

    3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Todd English's Olives at Bellagio

    Located inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, this contemporary and slick restaurant in the Bellagio brings you a Mediterranean fare and water views including an outdoor balcony overlooking the Bellagio Water Show.

    Todd English is known for his authentic yet modern takes on Italian favorites, and at Todd English's Olives his forte extends to a more expansive Mediterranean menu.

    The Kobe carpaccio and butternut squash ravioli are nothing but short of amazing. Feel free to try other options off the menu as well, such as house-made pastas, steaks, rotisserie dishes, brick-oven pizza and sommelier-recommended wines.

     
    Todd English's Olives

    Todd English's Olives at Bellagio

    3600 Las Vegas Blvd Overpass, Las Vegas, NV

Now that everybody is fed and ready for action, let's take a look at a few of the night-life options:

  • Drai's at The Cromwell

    Towering over the strip sits Las Vegas's newest spot, Drai's Nightclub located on the roof of The Cromwell.

    Hosting the most well-known resident DJs and an incredible 360-degree view of the beautiful city below, Drai's is an absolute must while visiting Vegas.

    Drai's sets a new standard for VIP bottle service, offering luxury packages ranging from $5,000 all the way up to a ridiculous $737,000. These packages include everything from custom light shows to a rooftop firework spectacular.

     
    THE CROMWELL

    DRAI'S AT THE CROMWELL

    3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Light at Mandalay

    Light Nightclub at Mandalay Bay, combines the fun of a dance party with the excitement no other club can offer. This lavishly lit, Cirque du Soleil-inspired nightclub features mod acts and splashy decor in a dramatic scene.

    This truly unique Las Vegas hotspot offers an ambitious menu of top performances, extravagant costumes, amazing technology, video-mapping, stunning sound and of course, lights.

    Light Nightclub also delivers some of the biggest names in music such as Skrillex, Krewella, Don Diablo, Zedd, Bassjackers, Baauer and many, many more.

     
    Light Nightclub

    Light at Mandalay

    3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Marquee at Cosmopolitan

    The $60 million dollar Marquee Nightclub is a trendy, happening casino club with global DJs, high-tech effects and multiple dance floors located in the Cosmopolitan.

    With 62,000 square feet, a multi-million dollar sound system, four-story tall LED screens and project walls, this club is an over-the-top playground unlike anything you've ever seen before. This club also features a large outdoor area complete with cabanas and a stunning view of Las Vegas.

    It doesn't matter what kind of music you're into, Marquee has something for everybody. In the main room the hottest DJs spin a mix of house and trance. If that's not your thing, then maybe it's time to visit the Boom Box, which plays some of the hottest hip-hop hits of the last thirty years. There's also a hidden third room called The Library.

     
    THE COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGAS

    Marquee at Cosmopolitan

    3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    1 Oak at Mirage

    You may be familiar with 1 OAK being New York's trendiest nightclub, but it's just as good if not better in Vegas! Standing for "One of a Kind", this nightclub promises a night you've never experienced before.

    Within its 16,000-square-foot venue are two separate rooms which each contains their own full-service bar and DJ booth. There's a secluded seating area near the second bar and a bottle service that is to die for.

    Check out the various bars and dance to some of the hottest tunes on the centrally located dance floor.

     
    THE MIRAGE HOTEL

    1 Oak at mirage

    3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Surrender at Encore

    Surrender Nightclub at Encore is one of Las Vegas's newest indoor/outdoor venues and is unlike any other.

    Outside, party-goers will discover an incredible 45,000-square-foot oasis complete with three tiered pools, VIP cabanas, bungalows and more.
    You think that's it, right? Of course not, you will also discover the gaming pavilion full of blackjack and craps tables.

    No matter where your adventure takes you on your trip to Las Vegas's Surrender's exceptionally rich, clear audio will keep you going all night long. The electric décor, expansive bar and glass DJ booth help create an inclusive vibe for the entire venue, a trademark at Surrender.

     
    Surrender at Encore

    Surrender at Encore

    3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Intrigue at Wynn

    Replacing Tryst Nightclub inside the Wynn Las Vegas, Intrigue is set to open in April 2016 just as the Wynn turns 11 years old.

    Intrigue has been filed as a trademark name by Wynn Resorts Holdings LLC for use as a nightclub, restaurant, bar and cocktail lounge. There is an audience who wants an alternative nightlife experience, as supposed to the success of EDM.

    The 14,000-square-foot club undergoes a revamp that includes new lighting and sound from John Lyons Systems, a new glass-enclosed patio and a 1,200-square-foot private club inside the club where no social media is allowed.

     
    Intrigue

    Intrigue at Wynn

    3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    XS at Encore

    As the name suggests, this place follows the standard Las Vegas rule, "when in doubt, blow it out." With annual revenues over $100 million, this is one of the highest grossing clubs in the world.

    Located at the Wynn Encore, you're really not going to believe this place. With the kind of crowd XS commands, they draw the top DJs in the world - Deadmau5, Kaskade, David Guetta, Avicii and more.

    Bottle service starts at $500. Party until 4 am every night! Dress is upscale - of course - do not wear your knee-length jeans shorts with Chuck Taylors and a Señor Frog tank top.

     
    XS Nightclub

    XS at Encore

    3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Hyde at Bellagio

    You like the fountain, right? Everybody loves the fountain! So party right at the fountain and your evening will be awesome! But you won't hear Debussy because the techno is pounding.

    This Philippe Starck-designed lost Italian villa-themed club is elegant and sexy. The vibe here is a lot less heavy-duty dance club and a lot more upscale lounge.

    This is a good place to meet, greet and talk - so go here while you're still verbal. Again with the dress code - just don't be a clown. I know you won't, but check your buddies too so your whole crew doesn't get turned away at the door!

     
    Hyde Bellagio

    Hyde at Bellagio

    3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

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    Tao at Venetian

    If you like modern Asian décor, this place at the Venetian will blow your mind. Party with a massive 20-foot Buddha and a koi pond and see if your friends can hear the sound of one hand clapping over the pulsing beats of the DJ.

    The Opium Room is cool but, incredibly, you can't actually smoke opium in there. A variety of tables are offered from "cabana tables," "the moat," and, of course, the most sought after ones down by the dance floor.

     
    TAO LAS VEGAS

    Tao at Venetian

    3377 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

That's a quick overview of a few of the 8 million things you can find to do with your buddies on a few days trip to Vegas. Drink water, pace yourself, and don't ever rat your buddy out when you get back home!

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Posted on:1/15/2016 10:53:54 PM
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