At Omnia Club in Las Vegas, you will be able to enjoy one of the biggest, most spectacular regular parties in all of the city. Omnia in Caesar's Palace is one of the best nightclubs in Las Vegas, with a vibrant scene, great music, delicious cocktails, and a buzzing crowd ready to party the night away.
The decor at the Omnia Nightclub is truly luxurious. The venue's tall ceilings, impressive ornaments, and state of the art lighting and laser features will leave you in awe. It is a modern, quirky combination of an opera house and a flying saucer, or another sci fi scenery, which is ideal for the modern, trendy club guest. That giant crazy light display? It is a state of the art modern chandelier, complete with a laser show and a slowly rotating light display.
Split into two areas, the upper deck overlooks the dance floor and the DJ booth, for the best views of the night. This club is enormous even by Las Vegas standards, and it may very well be the biggest nightclub in Las Vegas. It is 75k square feet, with an outdoor terrace, completely dominating what used to be multiple rooms at Caesar's Palace.
The dance floor at the Omnia Club Las Vegas is enormous. If you want to be somewhere you can really focus on dancing and having a great time then this is the perfect place for you. Between the amazing sound system, world class DJs, great lighting, and wide open space for dancing, you are sure to have an amazing time. And the other guests, young, full of energy, and beautiful, are sure to not let you down either.
The music is predominantly EDM, keeping the energetic vibe of the venue high. If you want something a bit more relaxed, move towards the inner Heart Club for hip hop, or the terrace for some relaxed house.
If you are looking for a club with a range of celebrity appearances, both announced and surprise, then the Omnia is the place you need to be. Justin Bieber held his 21st birthday celebration there, Martin Garrix has made an appearance, and many other huge name celebrities have been rumoured to have been seen wandering about the premises. Exciting!
The cover fee is very small for Las Vegas, but the queue times are insane and you might not get in at all. My advice? Book a booth or bottle service and make sure that you get in. There is no guarantee that anyone will get in just by queueing at the door, especially not on a busy night, a holiday or event night, or one with a big name headlining.
But one thing's for sure if you want to get in: You have to be over 21 and well dressed. No sportswear at all, no beachwear at all. Men need to wear shirts with collars, smart jeans of khakis without any tears, and smart shoes. Women need to wear cocktail, lounge, or evening dresses, high heels, and impeccable make-up. If you don't look the part, you won't get in, whether you have a reservation or not.