Home to some of the top clubs in the world, Las Vegas is a city built on late nights, adult freedom and unforgettable experiences. If you’ve been here before, you’ve most likely seen one of the best DJs in the world, stayed out until the sun came up, and did it all over again the next night. But if you aren’t quite sure where to start, or want to try something new, here are five Vegas clubs that are definitely worth checking out.

Make your way through the golden entrance to XS at Encore at Wynn and you’ll find yourself surrounded by rows of tables that lead up to a packed main stage, usually featuring a world-renowned DJ. XS has been around for a little while, but there’s a reason it’s still considered one of the hottest clubs in the world.

Hakkasan at MGM Grand is a five-story club offering both a restaurant and nightlife experience. The first two floors house the restaurant, and on the top three, you’ll find the nightclub, with a different feel and vibe on each floor.  

The Asian-themed TAO at The Venetian features a collection of Buddha statues, exotic dancers lining the walls, and bathtubs on pedestals. There’s even a separate lounge called the Opium Room that you can visit if you ever get tired of dancing.

OMNIA at Caesars Palace is a 75,000-square-foot, three-level ultra lounge, known for hosting some of the best DJs in the world and its 22,000-pound hanging chandelier with eight gigantic rotating rings synced to the pulsing music and light show.

Apex Social Club
Apex Social Club is an elegant rooftop hot spot that sits atop the newly redesigned Palms Casino Resort and offers one of the best views of the Strip, along with a trendy, modern, upscale vibe and one-of-a-kind art pieces throughout.