Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub

One of the most poppin’, exclusive clubs in Las Vegas is the renowned Marquee Las Vegas, located in the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. The club was designed by the world-renowned David Rockwell Group, which also takes credit to the design behind the famous Omnia Nightclub (the one with the epic alien chandelier centerpiece). The spectacular Marquee Vegas club is known to serve up their club experience three ways: a nightclub experience, a winter-dome pool party, and a dayclub summer pool party!

It’s Getting Hot in Here...

Entering through the second floor of the Cosmopolitan, the Marquee Nightclub welcomes you to a ginormous space that gives you something to drop your jaws about. The Main Club has beautiful crystal chandeliers above the bar and LED lights that shoot across the ceilings for a seductive and captivating backdrop to the DJ booth. Behind the DJ booth is a mammoth LED wall that pairs nicely with their LED ceiling lights for a mesmerizing EDM or hip-hop performance. Even the disco ball centerpiece is too hot for its own good, as it’s encapsulated in a metal sphere for a dramatic look. For a breakaway from the main dance floor, the Library serves as a classy and industrial-inspired escape, which welcomes you to kickback to a game of pool or a view of their fireplace as you overlook everyone having a wild night from the balcony above. The Boombox Room has a bar that surrounds the perimeter of the space with access to a view of the Strip and a small outdoor terrace. To get through the doors of the nightclub, dress in upscale casual fashion (no sports attire permitted and no open-toe shoes for the men).

....But Let’s Get Hotter Up There

If you like to party and enjoy them getting wet and wild, you can head to the rooftop for their pool deck, which spans over 25,000 square feet and can host a thousand-person party between the warm months of April-October. You can lounge in VIP fashion here in one of their ten bungalow cabanas, which each have their own infinity pools for a truly luxurious poolside club experience. There are also island bars where you grab your pineapple-garnished beverages as you enjoy dancing against the LED wall of electrifying graphics to the DJs spinning along the pool.

Keeping It Warm in the Dome

While many dayclubs close their doors during the winter, Marquee Dayclub keeps its party going by the pool. During the chillier days between October-April, the Marquee Dayclub Dome turns up the temperature to a consistent 85 degrees to protect you from the cool elements outdoors. This means that no matter how cold things are, bring your bikini or shorts and get ready to party because the brisk air isn’t going to stop this party. The complex is a bi-level 22,000 square feet space that houses two pools, palm trees, a giant daisy-flower fan to keep you cool and bars throughout the space to make sure that you’re always within a quick walk of a tasty cocktail. When headed to either dayclub, it’s pool attire to get through the doors (keep it classy yet sexy as no sports attire, robes or tank tops will be allowed).

The Sounds from Inside Out

The audio/visual equipment comes in at a $5M bill from the designers, SenovvA Systems and V-Squared Labs, which includes everything from the lighting system to the sound system. This is only adequate when they welcome DJ residents like Benny Benassi, Galantis, Timmy Trumpet and more, as well as resident hip-hop performer, French Montana, to perform behind the booth. They also have became a prime spot to preview the lineup for Las Vegas EDC with their Halfway to EDC 2017 event, so with such an epic festival to ramp-up the energy for, their sound system must suit the needs accordingly. To see what other fun events happen here, check out their calendar.


*For an all-night non-stop crawl through the hottest clubs in Las Vegas, with Marquee included in some of the lineups, check out club crawls with VIP Vegas Club Crawls or their sister company LA Epic Las Vegas.*

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