An Exclusive Club: Savile Row Opens New Year’s Eve at the Luxor

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Luxury hideouts are making a comeback in Las Vegas. Beginning New Year’s Eve weekend, Savile Row opens at the Luxor for members and invited guests only. And the experience inside promises to be as made to order as its namesake in London. Specialized VIP services, a creative mixology program, reliable discretion and a seductive atmosphere will be the standard.

“People are what make the party, and when you have the right kind of personalities together in one room, the outcome is unpredictable,” said Neil Moffitt, CEO of Angel Management Group, which is operating the nightclub. “With Savile Row, we have the opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind experience by selectively inviting those with diverse backgrounds — ranging from artists, fashionistas, power players and celebrities — to produce a matchless environment that is exciting and impulsive.”

Steve Lewis and Marc Dizon, the minds behind Manhattan’s Butter, Marquee New York and The Darby, designed the space with rich hues of amber and burgundy accompanied by romantic candlelight creating a captivating aristocratic environment. The private lounge will embody old English charm, resembling a 19th century manor with distinct areas that cater to its visitors, offering a personalized nightlife experience.

You enter the club through a quaint garden enclosed with manicured hedges and antique gas lamps. Two distinct entrances, one doorway for members and one for invited guests, will greet you at the end of the garden.

If you have a membership, you enter through the exclusive Parlor, where your identity is processed. The Parlor will also serve as a consulting chamber where you can speak with a personal concierge to assist in creating your experience for the evening. The concierge offers services such as late-night pizza orders, hotel suites and flights. Once identity has been cleared, members will rejoin the others as they venture down a long, brick-covered alleyway with only the flicker from vintage gas lanterns guiding the way.

Then you hit the Fitting Room, where you can hear the deejay and mingle or host an intimate affair while still being immersed in the party atmosphere.

From there, you can enter the Drawing Room, which will serve as the main area to see and be seen while sipping on cocktails. Mixologists will be on hand to create custom-made libations prepared with exotic ingredients and liquors. The diverse music format spun by resident deejays encompassing soul and rock and roll is designed to match the eclectic mix of people in the room.

Savile Row gatekeeper Mike Diamond determines who gets to enter. As the lines start to form, guests are encouraged to come “dressed to impress and ready to dish out why they deserve to get past the velvet rope.” Yes, you read that right.

You don’t even need to walk into the Luxor to gain access. A dedicated pull-up valet offers privacy, giving A-listers a haven to relax, let loose and not worry about getting their photo taken as the paparazzi will be kept out.

The venue will open its doors at 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, while remaining open until 6:30 a.m. specifically for industry elite, giving them a place to come party and unwind after a long night of work.

When Savile Row opens, only 300 memberships will be distributed. A Savile Row membership will allow the privileged to call ahead and make an appointment, skip the line, enter through the private Parlor and give guest referrals. Although members can make recommendations on who to grant access, it is not guaranteed that all referred guests will gain entry. Memberships cannot be duplicated or passed on to others, but if you’re interested in one, you can apply online at

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