Marquee Dayclub & Nightclub
Marquee Las Vegas, by way of Manhattan, doesn’t shy away from the pressures of hosting the discerning crowd that the property attracts. In fact, it revels in it. Since its over-the-top grand opening—hello, Rihanna, Diddy and Beyonce—the grandiose parties haven’t slowed down.
A marching band and fireworks to celebrate King James fresh off a Cavs NBA championship win—check. A Jay-Z hosted post-Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao fight with tables going for $50,000—check. A climate-controlled dome for occasional nighttime (and daytime for the dayclub) pool parties in the cooler months—and, check! This is one of the hottest clubs in town.
“When Marquee opened, it was the hottest nightclub on the planet with the reservation books consistently closing days in advance. Marquee has arguably the best promotions team in Las Vegas, making the crowd extremely good looking and high energy.
Marquee is also a master of nightclub guest experience, having a thorough grasp on how to manage the energy of the club. The tables were designed with social interactions in mind. They’re smaller and give you a more intimate experience with the group you have but encourage you to socialize with other groups around you.
The grand cabanas at Marquee dayclub are elevated with their own pool, so everyone looks up at you. The grand cabanas are always sold out due to the value that they provide. The price point is at the sweet spot where you’re getting massive value compared to other dayclubs for a great overall experience.”
Behind the Ropes
By the Numbers: The nightclub is a 60,000-square-foot indoor, outdoor space and can host about 4,000 of your best friends. The main room features a 40-foot-tall LED DJ booth and tables in this area start at about $1,500.
The Rooms: If you’re looking for more of a hideaway to get down, look no further than the Boom Box Room and The Library. The former is an open-format mainly focused on hip-hop, while the latter is more a speakeasy where you can slip away with that new best friend.