In a Fog: Haze Nightclub Pulls in the VIPs

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It takes a club like Haze at Aria at CityCenter to leave you feeling a bit foggy in the morning. Did you just dance on the catwalk railings on the second level where everyone could see you? Did you run up to the elevated deejay booth in the middle of the dance floor to ask Tiesto to play that song?

We’ll never tell.

The 25,000-square-foot nightclub from Light Group decked in metallic, blacks, reds and golds lives up to its name. Four giant rigs rotate above the dance floor with lights flashing to make the club seem alive. A massive LED screen at the back puts on its own show and enormous chandeliers hang overhead. Despite all the lights, you can get lost in dark, empty spaces in the club or in the back halls that lead to the VIP areas. Grab some drinks from one of the three bars.

Themes change weekly with models and go-go dancers throughout the club following suit. One week might be a Candyland theme with dancers in cotton candy beehives while the next it’s harem night with a front voyeur room laid out like a hookah lounge. There’s never a shortage of celebrities, such as Gwen Stefani, Usher or Juliette Lewis, singing at the mike. This Sunday, the club opens for Memorial Day weekend and DJ Jonathan Peters spins.

Yes, you could leave Haze Nightclub feeling a bit hazy.

The club is open Thursday through Saturday from 10:30 p.m. to 4 a.m. For bottle service and table reservations, call 702.693.8300. For more information, visit

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