When the party is winding down in Las Vegas, you need to know where to go next. Las Vegas is all about after hours, and in a city with no last call, there are plenty of great options. There is no last call for you when you are on vacation, so eliminate the excuses and get ready to for an all-nighter!
Before you start thinking about where you can go to extend your evening, it is wise to understand that nightclubs in Las Vegas stay open late. There is no last call, so there is always the chance that you will be outlasted by the club itself. That is good to know when you consider that you most likely would have spent some time navigating a line to get in and your evening started closer to midnight. If, after a long night on the dance floor, you need a spot to have a drink, Las Vegas has options.
01 of 07
Peppermill Fireside Lounge
If you have an attitude because you think you are so hot you can't talk to anyone, go to the glitzy clubs; if you are real, head to the Peppermill. Order a Scorpion and try not to laugh when you are drinking out of that oversized glass bowl. Feel the heat of the fire or cozy up in a booth and catch a glimpse of old Vegas. After you finish, have breakfast in the coffee shop. Good Morning!
02 of 07
Last Call Does Not Exist in Las Vegas
As your night comes to an end, you'll need one last drink. If you need a good spot, consider Bound at Cromwell, Petrossian Bar at Bellagio, The Vesper at Cosmopolitan, and Fusion Mixology at Palazzo. The late night/early morning meal should be had at The Pantry at Mirage Las Vegas, Seigels 1941 at El Cortez, or Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ.
03 of 07
Here's to late nights and a lot of good-looking people. If you have four people, try the bottle service route. It is a bit on the expensive side but give yourself the VIP treatment and sit back and enjoy your late-night endeavor. This should take you pretty far into the evening, and if you did it correctly, you were there for dinner early in the evening. Hakkasan is the one club in Las Vegas that allows you to have so many different experiences under one roof. Start off downstairs in the restaurant and then slowly make your way through each level of fun and engagement. Spend a little extra time in the Ling Ling Club before you hit the main room.
04 of 07
We hear you—you need a late night club but you also want some info on which club to visit right now! You have a lot of choices, so take a look at the clubs on the link or pick from a few of my favorites. There are plenty of options and some people would rather find a casual spot to have some fun. Some suggestions include the Carnaval Court at Harrah's, Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas, and Nine Fine Irishmen at NY-NY. There's also Marquee at Cosmopolitan, XS at Encore Las Vegas, HYDE Bellagio, and LAVO at Palazzo.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
05 of 07
Drais After Hours
The lounge is very Vegas and the late night crowd is what modern-day Las Vegas is all about. There are pretty people, dressed up in pretty clothing having expensive drinks. Act cool and you will soon be surrounded by a few good-looking patrons who might just buy you a drink. The party at Drais goes on deep into the morning. Get there before 1 a.m. and it is not a long wait, after that you are standing in line with the bouncers.
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07 of 07
Dino's Las Vegas When the Sun Comes Up
You want real Las Vegas after hours, you must be talking about Dino's. It's open all the time and you can get a drink and a seat after you have overpaid everywhere else around town. Good people, good atmosphere and the best way to end your night or to begin your day.