What’s Haute: Las Vegas

Wet Republic

It is a known fact that in Las Vegas the party never ends, and exclusive venues such as MGM Grand Hotel and Casino’s club, Wet Republic, prove that partying under the sun is as fun, if not more, than under the stars. The first ultra-luxe pool in Vegas has quickly become an A-list favorite, thanks to its unfathomably chic atmosphere, exclusiveness, and size. Wet Republic features 10 pools, two of which are saltwater, and a 2,500-square-foot dance floor, inviting partiers to groove and splash as they please. Unsurprisingly, there is no shortage of cocktail-sipping, bikini clad beauties dancing to beats spun by world renowned DJs. VIP passes grant access to exclusive Bungalows, spacious daybeds, and party cabanas. Wet Republic has set a high standard for sophisticated, new age entertainment, and is by far one of Vegas’ hottest hangouts.

3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S

The Bank

Though traditional connotations of Vegas involve bright lights, late nights, and glitz galore, the newly renovated Bellagio club, The Bank, offers an utterly sophisticated option for those visiting the metropolitan. The 6,000-square-foot interior is filled with custom lighting, complementing the gold and glass accents that decorate the multi-tiered rooms and the glass-encased dance floor. Known as one of the city’s elitest watering holes, the club is often the stomping grounds for A-list celebs and jet-set travelers. The Bank prides itself in upholding traditional European bottle service standards, and treats every patron with the utmost care and respect. Bottles of Cristal line the foyer, and many guests opt to relax with a glass of the bubbly before entering the haven of luxe nightlife.

3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S