Hyde Nightclub To Close

The one consistent thing in Las Vegas is that the city is always changing and one upcoming change is the announcement that Hyde at the Bellagio will close on July 6th. Hyde is the nightclub that has an amazing 10,000 square foot space with an amazing spot with views of the Bellagio fountains. The Hyde space will be remodeled with a new name and concept, no  date has been announced but it’s expected to reopen by the end of the year. Hyde has been open about eight years which is a pretty good run and the club i’m sure was …

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Kaos Now Open At Palms

Many people had been waiting for this Kaos, the new nightclub and day club has finally opened at the Palms with a 73,000 square foot day club and a 20,000 square foot nightclub. The new club in the press release claims that Kaos has the highest numbers of pools of any resort in North America i have no idea if thats true or not but either way i’m not going to count them. The new club has a 270 foot LED wall that runs along the side of the Ivory Tower facing the Strip and they are saying its the …

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Astral Resort Las Vegas

Astral Resort Heading To South Strip

Last year Asher Gabay bought a vacant motel across from the Mandalay Bay for $7.4 million with plans to built a new resort hotel on land now occupied by a Motel 8. We often hear about potential new resort properties that never go ahead but this one looks like it might happen in an area of the Strip across from resorts such as the Mandalay Bay and the Luxor which is mostly vacant motels or buildings. The planned resort will be called Astral and have a casino with 620 rooms over 34 floors as well as a four level underground …

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The Treehouse Coming 2019

A new $7 million entertainment and dining venue is headed to Downtown Las Vegas in March of next year when the 22,000 square foot entertainment and dining center opens called The Treehouse.  The Treehouse location will be on Main Street in the Arts District in the building that had the former vintage clothing store The Attic. The Treehouse concept sounds interesting and includes a 300 seat Asian seafood restaurant, four bars a dayclub with pool as well as a nightclub in a themed space with various trees and exotic wood finishes. Themed restaurants were big for a while although most …

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Park MGM Las Vegas

New Nightclub At Park MGM

A new nightclub called On the Record by newcomers to Las Vegas from a Los Angeles based company called Houston Hospitality. The 11,000 square foot speakeasy style club is set to open on New Years Eve at the former Monte Carlo now renamed as the Park MGM, a much larger club is also planned for the newly renamed resort. [amazon_link asins=’B07CSGL6BL,B07C9FFMQT,B005K8WW7G,B07DS38PLK’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’lasvegasinsideoutstore-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’7f33d164-7edb-11e8-b2ec-898aa24e1b7e’]  

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The Bank Nightclub To Close

Longtime nightclub “The Bank” at the Bellagio is closing Monday after a nearly eleven-year run at the property. At one time the beautiful 11,170 square foot Bank with its glass encased dance floor was one of the hottest clubs although in recent times may have been overshadowed by other clubs. The Bank often would have the hottest celebrities of the time either guest hosting or as dj’s including stars such as Iggy Azalea, Jaime Foxx or Bruno Mars. No word yet from MGM Resorts on what will replace the The Bank although if you need other options at the Bellagio …

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Mandalay Bay

What No Straw In My Drink

MGM Resorts have announced that they are going to be phasing out the use of plastic straws at its various properties. The program has started at the Aria and Mandalay Bay and will soon happen at all MGM Resorts properties in Las Vegas. As the program starts you will still be able to request your server or bar tender for a straw but one won’t be automatically added to your drink; The eventually goal of the program is to eliminate all straws from MGM operated clubs, bars and restaurants. The purpose of this program according to MGM Resorts is to …

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New Nightclub At Golden Nugget

The former Gold Diggers nightclub at the Golden Nugget in Downtown Las Vegas has been replaced with a new nightclub called Troy Liquor Bar from New York. The former Gold Diggers was a nice space but seemed to be confused on what it wanted to be and maybe drew an older crowd than most nightclubs of its type. The new nightclub is open Thursday through Sunday nights and, is advertising itself as the only nightclub under the Fremont Street canopy. [amazon_link asins=’B018YSATR8′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’lasvegasinsideoutstore-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’a8c526c3-d51d-11e7-815b-5b2389128898′]

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Wynn Las Vegas

Tryst To Close For Remodel

The very popular Tryst nightclub at the Wynn have announced that they will close for an extensive remodel after Halloween with the club likely to be closed for at least six months. The club crowd still has numerous places on the Strip to pay for expensive drinks while they dance to electronic music, although closing for a remodel before the usually lucrative New Year’s events is a little unusual.

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Fantasy Party At LAX Tonight

Starting tonight and every Wednesday the cast of the long running adult revue Fantasy at Luxor will be hosting parties after their 10:30 pm show at the huge LAX nightclub also located inside the pyramid. The weekly parties will be hosted by female members of the cast and show comedian Sean E Cooper as well as the chance that show singers Lorena Peril and Jamie Lynch could also show off their vocal talents and belt out a song.

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