Las Vegas is well known for its nightlife. While the casinos and the live performances are some of the most popular attractions, there are all sorts of other attractions that are worth visiting during your time on the Strip. If you’re looking for a night of dancing, drinking, and listening to some of the best music in town, you don’t want to pass up on the opportunity to hit up a Las Vegas night club.

Since there are dozens to choose from, here are 3 unique Las Vegas Nightclubs that are sure to give you a memorable night out on the town.

  1. Chateau Nightclub

Ever wanted to dance and drink the night away while surrounded by classic French styling? If so, the Chateau Nightclub is worth visiting. The club is located inside of the Paris hotel. Because of its prime location on the strip, you’ll want to call ahead to make reservations to ensure there’s space for you and your friends. The club is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10:30PM to 4:00AM which gives you plenty of time to enjoy the music, dancing, and of course plenty of drinks.

Chateau is a very sophisticated night club, though you don’t have to dress up as if you’re going to an interview. But, avoid tank tops, white t-shirts, white shoes, and other attire that may be considered too casual for the club. Dress to impress but also make sure you’re comfortable!

While spending time at the Chateau, be sure to take some time and head outside to the Chateau Rooftop Garden. The outdoor nightclub is more than a balcony view on the strip. While in the Chateau Rooftop Garden, you can look up and see the Eiffel Tower while also enjoying the sites on the strip and soaking in the (hopefully!) nice weather.

  1. VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub

Ever wanted to party 51 stories in the air? If so, you’ll want to spend a few hours at the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub. The club offers partygoers an unmatched view of the strip at heights that no other club can offer. The club has a huge staircase that gives you access to two levels of pure entertainment. To escape the crowd, stay on the 50th floor, otherwise head upstairs for some serious fun.

VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub is open from 8:00PM to 2:00PM most nights, though on Fridays and Saturdays, the party goes on until 3:00AM. At this club, dressing to impress is a must. There’s a strict dress code that doesn’t allow hats, tank tops, t-shirts, flip flops, athletic wear, and more. So when heading to the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub in the Rio, be sure you’re dressed properly to avoid getting turned away.

Despite the refined dress requirements, the club is very lax. There’s no set dance floor so you can get your groove on wherever you’re comfortable. The best part? You can start your evening at VooDoo Steak and then head to the lounge before the night club opens.

  1. Moorea Beach Club

Most night clubs are indoors or on a rooftop, but the Moorea Beach Club takes clubbing to a whole new level. The club is located at the massive pool complex at Mandalay Bay. If you’re looking for a water-filled adult playground, Moorea Beach Club is a great selection. Moorea Beach Club is a great option if you’re looking for a club that’s open for daytime fun. The club is open each day from 11:00AM to 7:00PM.

While you can spend time in the pools, the club also offers cabanas, daybeds, lounge chairs, opium beds, and pavilions for added privacy and relaxation. The Moorea Beach Club is a great day-club to enjoy before heading back home or before hitting up a night club in the evening.

If you’re a woman who is feeling a bit daring, this is one of the only “toptional” pools on the strip, allowing guests to swim and enjoy themselves topless. You can thank the European-style pool for this freedom! Otherwise, be sure to wear trendy pool attire and you’ll look great both in and out of the water.


Night time is when Las Vegas really comes alive, though you’ll also find that there are clubs you can enjoy during the day. If you want to soak in the local culture, be sure to head to one of these Las Vegas night clubs to make the most of your time after the sun goes down.

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