When it comes to Las Vegas nightlife, the scene can change as quickly as your luck on the blackjack table. It can be hard to keep track of the latest and greatest bars, clubs and lounges in Sin City. But here are three new openings that are sure to be hot spots:
Hakkasan Las Vegas
Sin City’s Strip may be only one street, but it will never run out of room for new bars and clubs. And it’s about to add its biggest nightlife concept yet: Hakkasan Las Vegas arrives this spring at MGM Grand with 75,000 square feet of space, five floors, a restaurant and a nightclub. Check in to the resort’s Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star The Signature or Five-Star Skylofts at MGM Grand for a luxe guest room in which to prep, and based on the Hakkasan outposts already open in New York, Miami, London, Mumbai, Dubai and Abu Dhabi, you better dress to impress.
Opening at Mandalay Bay on April 26, LIGHT Nightclub is your chance to step right up to a Cirque du Soleil show. The club—the first-ever from the minds behind Cirque du Soleil—promises to be an ever-changing creative laboratory for resident DJs such as Skrillex. Before you party into the wee hours, we suggest an equally dramatic dinner at Mandalay’s Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Aureole Las Vegas, where acrobatic “wine angels” soar up wine towers to grab bottles.
Just next door to Mandalay Bay’s LIGHT Nightclub, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas will offer a slightly less theatrical venue for drinks with its April debut of indoor-outdoor bar Press. Open all day, Press will go from serving Stumptown coffee in the morning to speakeasy cocktails at night, with late-night truffles and quirky ice cream treats thrown in for good measure. Grab a seat by the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s fire pits and enjoy the softer side of Vegas nightlife.
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