Las Vegas New Years parties

Discussion in 'Las Vegas Nightlife and Afterhours' started by everyann, Nov 28, 2006.

  1. everyann

    everyann Guest

    Ring in the the 2007 New Year in style!

    Just one of the many Las Vegas New Years parties will be at the Empire Ball Room. Doors open at 9pm and the party doesn't stop until 10am. There'll be a main room, a Hip Hop lounge, and the Patio will also have live music. You'll find the Empire Ball Room across from the Monte Carlo Las Vegas. So after you've partied it up on New Year's Eve, rest assured there'll be a hotel nearby. You must get tickets to the Empire Ball Room New Years Eve Party so be sure to get them early if you want to be part of this party!

    If that's not your style, maybe the Voodoo Las Vegas New Years Eve can satisfy your needs. Their party will start up at 8pm and you'll find them on the 51st floor of the Rio Las Vegas Hotel. You'll have one of the best views of the town.Be sure to get your to get VIP, your table, and more!

    One of the hottest Las Vegas New Years parties is at Drais in the Barbary Coast Las Vegas. Continuing to bring you the hottest after hours spot, you'll truly be able to party until dawn. They've got their live resident DJs spinning and the party starts on 12.31.06 at 9pm.

    Be sure to book a hotel and be safe! Hey maybe you'll even run into Vegas Ed at one of the many Las Vegas New Years Eve parties! Who knows! If you do, then you know you're at a hot party!
  2. d360

    d360 Administrator

    Also not to be missed is Jet Nightclub. This new club at the Mirage will be ripping it up for New Years, Kid Rock will be performing! The cost is $200 per person for Vip Entry Express Entry.
  3. wcptraveler

    wcptraveler New Member

    NICE! Party time Paaarty time! I've never partied it up "Las Vegas" style for New Years. I had a cousin who spent New Years in Vegas and said that the parties are all night through the next morning and the streets are pretty much just packed with people. Is it even worth getting a hotel? If so, can anyone recommend a decent priced one?
  4. slone

    slone Guest

    A hotel is a must unless you plan on meeting a "friendly" at one of the clubs and share their bed. The streets are not packed but but the clubs and afterhour parties sure are. Drais is one of the more well known late night clubs with people rolling in after 2am.
  5. everyann

    everyann Guest

    I agree with slone. If you have intentions of making any new "friends" with someone who has a room and getting cozy there, you're golden and don't need a hotel room. BUT! I would definitely recommend on getting reservations for yourself or you and some friends. Best to sleep in places you know are going to be safe.

    Hope you have a great time in Vegas!
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  6. VegasEd

    VegasEd Guest

    Looking for a "decently priced hotel" on New Year's Eve in Vegas is like looking for a virgin at the AVN convention...(if you dont get that, you havent' been to Vegas enough..keep coming!)...

    It's all relative though right? Seriously, it's a tricky thing unless you plan on being in town for more than that night. The reason is that you most likely won't be done partying until the sun is up (well, if you are doing it right). With that, you should arrive back at the hotel around 6-8am or later. The problem herein lies with the fact that if you got the room that night, checkout is generally at 11a, so it's merely a catnap. If you are only crashing for a few hours like that, get a cheap, non-casino hotel off the strip. There are some in every direction, so plan one according to where you plan to make your LAST STOP of the night/morning. There are plenty of resources to find those (,, and, so do your homework and it should pay off

    If you will be in town for a few more days, look into a comfortable, valued priced casino like the Luxor, Harrahs, Ballys or Excalibur. Time is running out on most hotels already, so do it NOW! Use hotel chains like starwood, intercontinental and hilton to search in the Vegas area. Their rooms are usually comfortable and in close proximity to the action and casinos.

    Of course, if you are hitting it in style, you already know where to go. The problem now is availability. I recommend that as you enjoy your time there, look around and make mental notes for your next trip. Crazy as it sounds, it's never to early to plan and book your stay for next NYE.

    I hope that helps!
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  7. wcptraveler

    wcptraveler New Member

    Ha, I'm not quite sure what the AVN convention is but someday I'll find out! Thanks for all of the information. Unfortunately, I don't think I'll be in Vegas too long so my best option would be a hotel off of the strip.

    As for the making new "friends" option, while it's intriguing, it's not quite my style. But hey who is Vegas right? Just kidding.

    Here's to the end of 2006...thank goodness it's over!
  8. d360

    d360 Administrator

    For all you highroller New Years players take your pick at which celebrity you would like to party with.

    Britney Spears will host Pure Nightclub's New Year's Eve bash. She'll host the ceremony in the club's main VIP section and then zip up onto the club's patio roof to watch the spectacular 12-hotel Strip fireworks show.

    Nicole Richie will probably host the countdown at PURE's sister club Tangerine

    Kid Rock does the countdown at JET in the Mirage where table minimums have been set at $2,400, which permits 8 guests who then have to buy at least 2 bottles of champagne.

    Pamela Anderson is expected to host the TAO midnight countdown at The Venetian.

    At JET's parent club Light, Cirque du Soleil performers from the five current Strip shows will dance and host its midnight celebration.

    Playmate of the Year Kara Monaco and Miss May '06 Alison Waite will be live at the Playboy Club in the Palm and introduce Hugh Hefner via satellite link from the LA Mansion with his trio of Girls Next Door to do the countdown from there.

  9. New Member

    Rain Nightclub
    Price: $100 - pre-sale / $125 at the door
    Includes: Champagne toast ~ complimentary hats and noisemakers
    DJs: Bad Boy Bill, Michael Fuller, and an opener TBD (House Music)
    Doors: 10pm
    Price: $300 pre-sale**
    Includes: open bar and passed appetizers 8 PM – 10 PM ~*best view for*fireworks ~ open seating*~ champagne toast*~ complimentary hats and noisemakers
    DJs: Celebrity DJ Joel Madden from Good Charlotte and Residents (Pop, Rock, Hip Hop, Mash-ups)
    Doors: 8pm
    Playboy Club
    Includes: Open bar and passed appetizers from 8 PM – 10 PM ~ Video of Hef doing countdown with Girls Next Door ~ champagne toast*~ complimentary hats and noisemakers ~ open seating
    Hosted by: Playmate of the Year, Kara Monaco*and Miss May 2006, Alison Waite
    DJ: *Graham Funke*(Pop, Rock, Hip Hop, Mash-ups)
    Doors: 8pm
    ***No access to Moon
    Moon Nightclub
    Price: $200 ticket – pre sale/ $225 at the door
    Includes:*champagne toast ~ balloon drop at midnight~ complimentary hats and noisemakers
    DJs: Five and Stonerokk*(Pop, Rock, Hip Hop, Mash-ups)
    Doors: 10pm
    *** No access to Playboy
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