Nightclubs Tour, Part 2 (Self Guided), Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a very popular tourist destination and one of the hottest cities in the United States. It is known, above all, for its exciting nightlife. Take the following tour to explore some of the most interesting and famous nightspots in Las Vegas.
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Nightclubs Tour, Part 2 Map

Guide Name: Nightclubs Tour, Part 2
Guide Location: USA » Las Vegas (See other walking tours in Las Vegas)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 5
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.6 Km or 2.2 Miles
Author: Xena
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Hyde

1) Hyde

A sophisticated lounge in the early evening, late nights heat up at Hyde Bellagio, featuring some of the hottest parties all night long. The interior is separated into several more intimate spaces, including the Grand Salon, the Living Room, and the Study, to add a more homey feeling to this chic nightclub. Its expansive outdoor terrace features posh white banquettes, mosaic tiles on the floors, and offers a breathtaking view of the Fountains of Bellagio down below. Lounging from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM also includes a menu of delicious small plate items from Circo, the resort’s French restaurant.

Operation Hours: Monday: 5 pm – 12 am; Tuesday- Wednesday: 5 pm – 4 am; Thursday: 5 pm - 12 am; Friday – Sunday: 5 pm – 4 am.
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Marquee

2) Marquee

An expansive nightclub that also offers a popular day club experience during good weather, the Marquee is a massive 60,000 square foot venue found inside the Cosmopolitan that consistently sees crowds pack its sophisticated environs each week. Three rooms feature a different setting, from the chic main room hosting some big name talent, to the more intimate Library with cocktail waitresses dressed as librarians and bookshelves lining the walls, and finally the glass walls of the Boom Box room overlooking the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. This large club features seven full bars as well as an outdoor pool area that becomes a skating rink during wintertime.

Operation Hours: Monday: 10:30 pm – 5 am; Friday – Saturday: 10:30 pm – 5 am
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Hakkasan

3) Hakkasan

Part of a worldwide chain of high-end Cantonese-themed restaurants and nightclubs, in addition to the newest and largest venue found in the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Hakkasan’s other locations can be found in Miami, New York City, Dubai, Mumbai, and more. With around 80,000 square feet of space, in addition to fine Asian cuisine that is highly regarded the world over, Hakkasan features a five-level nightclub hosting esteemed resident DJs Calvin Harris and Steve Aoki. Its Asian-themed garden area makes for a sophisticated respite from the action inside, and features elevated VIP tables as well.

Operation Hours: Sunday: 10:30 pm - 4 am; Thursday- Saturday: 10:30 pm - 4 am.
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Light

4) Light

Located inside the Mandalay Bay resort and casino, Light is a unique presence on the nightlife scene of Las Vegas. In keeping with the city’s extravagance, Light features not only the hottest touring DJs of world renowned acclaim, but also provides a spectacle of light, props, and choreographed routines based on ideas of the minds behind the famous Cirque du Soleil. World famous guest artists who have performed at Light include Skrillex, Axwell, Nicky Romero, Kruwella, and many more. Music genres generally include the best electronic beats, hip hop, top 40, and trap. This hot club and avante-garde performance venue enforces a stylish dress code, so be sure to dress up when coming here for the evening.

Operation Hours: Wednesday: 10.30 pm – 4 am; Friday – Saturday: 10 pm – 4 am
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Skyfall Lounge

5) Skyfall Lounge

Skyfall Lounge is an amazing place to spend a night. The music is unbelievable, DJs play only the latest hits. The drinks and the dance floor are great. Also fascinating are the floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto a breathtaking view of the city. As an added attraction, they have an amazing patio. Skyfall Lounge is located within Mandalay Bay Hotel.

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Nightclubs Tour, Part 1

Nightclubs Tour, Part 1

Las Vegas is a very popular tourist destination and one of the hottest cities in the United States. It is known, above all, for its exciting nightlife. Take the following tour to explore some of the most interesting and famous nightspots in Las Vegas.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.7 km

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