Vegas is undoubtedly ‘the’ playground for club goers worldwide. However, with the wide array of nightclubs to choose from, deciding which one to go to can be quite a difficult task. Nearly everyone who has ever been to Las Vegas will agree that a trip to Sin City is incomplete without a night at Marquee.
Following its grand opening on New Year’s Eve 2008, Marquee Night club at the Cosmopolitan has established itself as one of the top night clubs in Vegas. Rated as Las Vegas’ best nightclub for party seekers, it is a masterpiece in its own league brought to you by the people of the Tao group (Creators of the Tao and Lavo nightclubs) and guarantees one of the best nightlife experiences money can buy.
Continually outperforming itself with each passing year, the Marquee reported annual revenues of $80-$90 million in 2012, tying with XS nightclub for the top spot. Operational on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays from 10 pm to 4 am, booking in advance is recommended if you do not wish to waste half your night waiting in queue.
Located on the 17th floor, with a 60,000 square foot venue and 50 foot ceilings, the coliseum-like Marquee can host over 6,000 attendees on a crowded night. While most ’21 and above’ Vegas nightclubs offer a culturally themed atmosphere combined with a specific style of music, Marquee’s focus lies largely on the music itself. However, it’s not just the music that places the Marquee among the top notch clubs of the world.
Iconic resident DJs such as DJ Chuckie, Erick Morrillo, Eric D-Lux, Roger Sanchez, Lisa Pittman, Jordan Stevens, DJ Vice and DJ Redfoo from LMFAO, along with three rooms offering different genres of music, each with state of the art sound systems, their own set of world famous DJs and captivating decor make it the ideal destination for people who love to dance and enjoy music, appealing to even the most peculiar of tastes.
If house music is your thing, then you’re looking for The Main room. Containing a 40 foot LED screen, 32,000 sub woofers and long range speakers with perfect sound levels than ensure you don’t miss out any of the quality music being played while at the same time allowing you to comfortably converse with your friends, you won’t miss sitting on the ever occupied leather booths surrounding the dance floor and lining the walkway. The visuals on the screen along with sexy go-go dancers facing the sea of people and waving hands clearly indicate that this is the center of the party.
On the lower level, overlooking the Las Vegas strip and playing mainly hip hop music is the Boom box.
The crocodile skin flooring and the relatively small area with silhouette paintings covering the walls definitely give the place a vibe of its own.
Located behind the LED screen, almost as if it were a secret pathway to buried treasures, is The Library. Primarily for people looking to enjoy some calm lounge music, kick back and relax, this room has a classic ambiance with a fireplace, a billiards table and vintage Vegas-centric books. Don’t miss out on the exclusive specialty cocktails available in this section.
Be careful to dress ‘classy meets trendy’ or risk being denied entry; men must be clothed in sophisticated button ups and collar shirts. Jeans or baggy clothes are a no-no.
Upcoming events for June 2013:
Friday 28th: Markus Schulz.
If you feel the night wasn’t enough to fulfill your partying needs, Marquee Day club offers luxurious outdoor facilities, an exquisite menu prepared by chef Ralph Scamardella and music by some of the best DJs around.
Known as ‘the most happening night club in Las Vegas’ by raising the bar when it comes to nightlife and entertainment, there is truly none other that offers such an unforgettable experience, so book yourself at the Marquee today and treat yourself to the time of your life.