Las Vegas joins the ranks of places such as Miami Beach, St. Tropez, St. Barths, Marbella, Cabo San Lucas, New York City, Marrakech, Koh Samui and Panama City when Nikki Beach opens at the Tropicana. Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait another year.
Nikki Beach plans to meld the best of their South Beach-, Marbella- and St. Tropez-inspired designs at the party all-day and all-night destination. The new Las Vegas location will be the largest Nikki Beach property in the world when it opens next spring.
Nikki Beach will include Nikki Beach Club and Club Nikki on four acres. The beach club will feature sleek loungers so that guests can sun themselves in the heart of the action, while luxurious opium beds and cabanas will provide a more secluded experience, complete with premium bottle service and hors d’oeuvres. Nikki Beach will include a restaurant, outdoor cafe and bar, swim-up blackjack and a private island in the center of the tropical pool.
Club Nikki will be a 15,000-square-foot decked out in an all-white color scheme. The club will also showcase interactive entertainment such as alluring champagne muses and world-renowned DJs dueling on each side of the dance floor. The club even includes an outdoor element with lavish fountains and dreamy white beds.
Nikki Beach is just one of the upgrades the Tropicana plans to unveil in the next year. The legendary casino and resort is undergoing renovations of every hotel room and suite, the casino, the conference center and exhibition hall. When completed this fall, the Trop will transform into a South Beach oasis with several new restaurants, bars, a new poker room and a new race and sports book.
For more information, visit www.TropicanaLV.com.