There are plenty of reasons why Tao Nightclub has had the kind of lasting power other nightlife venues could only dream of. For starters, Tao Group was at the forefront of creating the dine-to-dance experience.
With its Asian Bistro located adjacent to the club, partygoers kick off the night with dinner fused from China, Japan and Thailand flavors then head up to the multi-room, multi-level club.
With its sensual lighting and Asian-inspired décor, celebrating the night at Tao is a journey. And it’s one that often skips out on the big name DJs in lieu of celebrity hosts, including superstar athletes and Tinseltown’s finest.
It’s also become the go-to spot to host bachelorette parties with its endless offerings from which the ladies can choose.
“Tao Nightclub, like Marquee, can make the rooms smaller to enhance the energy. The tables were designed to encourage social interactions between groups. The LED screen and sound system that they recently installed gives other major nightclubs a run for their money. The catwalk on the main room allows girls only to get up and dance, giving the main room a unique vibe and feel.
Tao Beach offers private cabanas to the majority of its patrons, but if you’re looking to be the center of attention, the stage cabanas put you in the focal point of the party.”
Behind the Ropes
Pre-Club Cocktails: The Tao Lounge is a great meeting point for groups as they link up before landing at the nightclub. Complete with scantily clad women soaking in rose petal baths at the entrance to a 20-foot tall Buddha statue floating above a Japanese koi-filled infinity pool, there’s plenty to keep your attention while you wait.
Take a Breather: When it’s time to get some fresh air step outside the main room onto the 40-foot terrace, which overlooks the massive entryway to the hotel and its start of the Venice canals as well as vistas across the way of The Mirage volcano.