All it takes is one look and you'll understand why TAO is different from all the other hotspots in Las Vegas. Located at the Venetian, this Asian-themed nightclub combines the different sensibilities of a lounge, restaurant and sushi bar. The result is the kind of all-in-one experience you'll be talking about for years to come.
This 42,000 square foot venue plays host to some of the most exciting parties Las Vegas has to offer, yet feels intimate compared to other mega-clubs. As you enter the main room you'll be greeted by a 20 foot tall Buddha statue that appears to be hovering over a pond of Koi fish. In another part of the club you'll find a bar covered in dozens of monk statues. The décor at TAO has to be seen to be believed, decorated in deep red and black. Even more statues and accent pieces light your way through the dimly lit rooms and walkways, adding to the already understated ambience. In the distance you'll see attractive girls wearing flower bikinis, setting the mood for this stylish club.
TAO is separated into several different rooms, giving you a chance to change the atmosphere by moving to a different part of the club. If you're looking for an out-of-control riot of a party, then check out the main room dance floor. Or take it a down a notch in the smaller room to the left of the entrance. There's still a decent amount of people there, but you have a bit more freedom to move around. Or even take the party outside to Tao Beach and party poolside. With so many choices, it's easy to see why celebrities can't get enough of TAO!