Drai's Las Vegas

Located inside the Cromwell, 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Operating Hours — 10:30pm to CLOSE: Tuesday, Thursday – Sunday

Indoor. Outdoor. Rooftop. There’s no need to choose when you’re at Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub, which boasts breath-taking views and a spacious, multi-level club 11 stories high.

Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub

The venue seamlessly opens up to the pool deck—the only rooftop swimming spot on the Strip. Beyond the nightclub’s cozy sized tables, large dance floor and panorama of everything from massive LED screens to firework shows to the busiest corner on Las Vegas Boulevard, it has become one of the hottest tickets in town with its live entertainment schedule.

Future, G-Eazy, Migos, Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T—the list goes on and on and on with the biggest names in hip-hop. And if you want more than resident live performers in the nightclub, the summer months host Drai’s Swim Night on Tuesdays with the likes of the legend himself, Snoop Dogg, among others.

Drai's Las Vegas

The visionary Victor Drai doesn’t take his parties lightly. In fact, he’s credited for Las Vegas’ nightlife boom more than 20 years ago when he brought Drai’s After Hours to the same location.

Stupak’s Note

“Drai’s is the undisputed King of Las Vegas Hip-Hop. Nowhere else in Las Vegas will you find a lineup of talent better than Drai’s. This is probably the only club in Las Vegas where you where you get the unique experience of a live concert, featuring a stage where performing artists will actually play a live concert set.

This venue has one of the largest LED screens for presentations and fireworks packages start at $20,000 for a 30-second display with 20 bottles of Dom, allowing you to dictate your own fireworks show.

For $737,000, your group will be flown in on a private 737, enjoy three-and-a-half minutes of fireworks, and indulge in 100 bottles of Dom and two bottles of highly coveted Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades brut Champagne.”

Behind the Ropes

24/7: Located in the basement, the famous Drai’s After Hours party (Thursday–Sunday, 1:00–8:00 a.m.) is still going strong. With only a few touchups from its pre-Cromwell days—it was initially a restaurant that turned into a nightclub after dinner business hours at the former Barbary Coast and later Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon—the club is just as sexy and elusive as it was when in opened in 1997.

The Upgrades: Drai’s unveiled a catwalk to help define the concert atmosphere in the club. Dance floor tables are just a few yards away from where top rappers take the stage.