The Top 7 Las Vegas Bars & Clubs

Las Vegas is known as a town to get your party on. Like the old saying they have “what happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas” because of the party atmosphere that happens in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas has plenty of hot spots for you to check out when you are in town visiting for whatever reason and I am going to give you the top seven places that you must see at least once before you leave Las Vegas.

One of the great things about visiting Las Vegas if you are coming to the party is that the city was built around the premise of partying and gambling so the places that are in the town of Las Vegas are all a very unique atmosphere that you won’t find in very many other places including some of the larger areas in the United States like New York and Los Angeles. Las Vegas has the market cornered when it comes to the party vibe.


Drai’s Nightclub is an indoor club as well as outdoor so that you will have plenty of room to wander and venture all over the place when partying at this establishment. It is also located right on the Vegas strip so that you can see all the other things going on all around you while looking out and around the strip.

Drai’s is open from Thursday thru Sunday from 10 to 4 am every week, so those days are the perfect time to stop by there if you are looking to party in Vegas.


Voodoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge has a very open atmosphere since it is indeed located on a rooftop on the 50th & 51st floors of the Rio Casino for your partying affairs. This club has staff that will even do a juggling routine at any given moment during the party to help set the party off right for you and your friends trying to have fun for the night.

Voodoo Rooftop & Lounge is open every day of the week from 5 to 11 pm to help you start your night off right and to help you get into the groove of things for the rest of the upcoming night ahead of you.

3. Hakkasan

Hakkasan is one of the more well known places to get your party going in Las Vegas. Hakkasan is well revered amongst the locals of Las Vegas as well as tourists coming to visit the city for the weekend.

Hakkasan is the club to go clubbing in. It has everything you could possibly want for a great night out of a super spacious layout to one of the best sound systems in Las Vegas to some of the most respected DJs out there doing their thing today.

Hakkasan is open from 10 to 4 am every Thursday to Sunday.

Hakkasan is located inside the MGM Grand Hotel and can be entered through the casino floor, so you have multiple places to find enjoyment at Hakkasan.

4. Hyde Bellagio

Hyde Bellagio is club that you may have heard of when hearing about your favorite stars in a gossip magazine. Hyde Ballagio is where the famous like to hang out in when they go out on the town so if you want to possibly bump into one of your idols then Hyde Bellagio is the place for you.

Hyde Bellagio is open from 5 to 12 a.m. on Sunday and Monday and open from 5 to 3 am from Tuesday thru Saturday

5. Light

Light is a nightclub that was created by Cirque Du Soliel so if you want to venture out into a spot that you know is going to be something mind blowing then this is the spot for you. Light was created with an art atmosphere in mind when you are out and about so you will have plenty of things to see when in this club.

Light is open on Wednesday from 10:30 to 4 a.m. and Friday and Saturday from 10 to 4 a.m.

6. Tao

Tao is the nightclub to come to if you really want to get the Las Vegas vibe from your party. Tao encompasses everything about Las Vegas within its walls. If you want to feel like you are still on the Vegas strip while being indoors at a club then Tao is the spot you want to visit.

Tao is open from 10 to 3 a.m. Thursday thru Saturday

7. XS

Speaking of Vegas, there is club XS which even implies what you are getting into when you come to Vegas for the weekend. XS has the layout to let you enjoy your party at full blast with no stopping until those doors close behind you. You will leave this club wishing it could still go on for a few more hours.

XS is open on Monday from 10 to 4 a.m. and Thursday thru Saturday from 10 to 4 a.m.

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