Drais Las Vegas
The Drai’s Las Vegas, or Drai’s, as it is known for short, is one of the newest creations from the renowned film producer, restaurateur, and nightlife entertainment mogul – Victor Drai. Set atop The Cromwell boutique hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, this rooftop party zone is raising the bar in a city that is known for its well-established party scene. Part beach club and part nightclub, Drai’s Las Vegas is meticulously spread out over two levels and covers a mind-blowing 65,000 square feet. A visual wonderland, it offers a mix of swimming pools and indoor and outdoor party venues. According to Victor Drai himself, the Drai's Las Vegas offers a 360-degree experience. In his own words he states that “wherever you turn you will be awed by the design, the technology, the music, the service, and most importantly, the experience. We have designed the club to be visual, sensual, sexy and social.”
Drai’s Beach Club
The Drai’s Beach Club in Las Vegas includes multiple pool areas and features towering palm trees. A great place to see and be seen, it boasts 10 VIP bungalows and 15 VIP cabanas on the mezzanine. Among the bungalow and cabana features are private pools, restrooms, and showers. Five additional private bungalows are situated in a separate circular area and overlook Las Vegas Boulevard. The two main pools of the Drai’s Beach Club Las Vegas are on the rooftop’s lower level. This level also features wet decks and 40 daybeds and is set up for sun-baked party marathons. While the weekends are when the main Drai’s Beach Club parties take place, there is plenty of music and atmosphere on weekdays as well. Not to be overlooked are the views that can be enjoyed at Drai’s Beach Club Las Vegas. Among other things, the rooftop party zone looks out over some of the major fixtures along The Strip, including Caesars Palace, the Bellagio and its fountains, Bally’s, and the Paris Hotel and Casino. To get to the rooftop Beach Club at the Cromwell Hotel, you can catch one of the six dedicated elevators that pick partygoers up at the hotel’s porte cochere and at the casino floor. Each elevator can accommodate 20 people at a time, and they depart approximately every 30 seconds.
When the sun sets over the Nevada desert, Drai’s Las Vegas shifts from being a daytime beachclub and transforms into one big nightclub. This is the Strip’s only rooftop pool and deck with indoor and outdoor clubs, and there are 150 VIP tables sprinkled about for those who wish to take advantage. Both day and night at the Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub, the latest DJ talents are in place to provide music and entertainment. Resident DJs also make sure the fun never stops. The music is predominantly hip-hop, Top 40, house, EDM and mash-ups. Thanks to LED lighting and other modern technology, the Drai’s Nightclub Las Vegas creates a very sensual and multi-sensory environment. Check your inhibitions at the door, and get ready to enjoy a Vegas nightlife experience like no other.
Drai’s After Hours
If you’re out sampling the legendary Las Vegas nightlife and want to keep the fun going after the clubs start winding down, just head over to The Cromwell. In addition to the rooftop Beach Club and Nightclub, Victor Drai has created a special after hours venue at the hotel. Aptly known as Drai’s After Hours, this venue is located in the hotel’s basement level. This falls in line with the general tendency of after hours venues around the world to be found “underground” or basically hidden like a speakeasy from the prying eyes of the uninitiated. The 7,000-square-foot club that plays host to the late night/early morning soirees at The Cromwell is best described as posh, and as is true of the rooftop, it is a prime place on The Strip to see and be seen. The Drai’s After Hours club doesn’t open until 1 AM, and things tend to really get going at around 3 or 4 AM. Signature cocktails and dancing until the sun comes up are pretty much what this place is all about, and it attracts an interesting variety of clientele, including industry locals and a consistent stream of celebrities.
The party basically never stops at The Cromwell, thanks to Victor Drai and his inspired creations. The dayclub opens at 10 AM and runs until 7 PM. After that, the rooftop area is closed for three hours of cleaning before opening up as the nightclub at 10 PM. The nightclub runs until 5 AM. As for the Drai’s After Hours nightclub, it will retain the same hours of operation that it had in its former location – 3 AM to 11 AM, or noon if necessary. Cash and all major credit cards are accepted. For the Beachclub, swimming attire is accepted of course. For the nightclubs, stylish nightclub wear is required.
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