Hakkasan Las Vegas
The Hakkasan Las Vegas is a joint venture between the renowned international dining group, Hakkasan Ltd., and the premier entertainment and nightlife company, Angel Management Group. A five-level entertainment complex that is part of the MGM Grand, the Hakkasan is both a restaurant and a nightclub, featuring different rooms for different interests. The dress code is defined as “smart casual,” and guests must be at least 21 years of age to enter the club. Altogether, this much talked about venue can hold more than 7,000 people, and it is often packed, so don’t be surprised if you have to wait in line for a while to get in.
One of the hottest clubs in Vegas, the Hakkasan Nightclub is split into three different levels. Set on Level 3 is the Ling Ling Club, which offers a contemporary nightclub experience and music from open format artists. Often times, hip hop and R&B take center stage at the Ling Ling Club, and it is common for the songs to be older hits. This is good news for those who appreciate the “classics” and are up for a little reminiscing. The small dance floor at the Ling Ling Club accommodates those who want to shake their groove thing, and there are also tables and a small bar. Moving up to Level 4 at the Hakkasan Las Vegas, you will find the Pavilion and the Main Room. The Pavilion has an outdoor feel and features a garden and a two-story water feature. It is essentially an extension of the main nightclub, but can also be used individually. The adjacent Main Room has oversized VIP booths that surround the dance floor, and set at the forefront of the dance floor is a DJ area. As for Level 5 at the Hakkasan Las Vegas, it is known as the Mezzanine and serves as an area for guests who are interested in a more private, VIP experience while still having access to the dance floor. Semi-private booths cater to large groups on Level 5 and overlook the Level 4 Main Room.
The Hakkasan Las Vegas nightclub plays host to some of the EDM industry’s hottest DJs, including Tiesto and Calvin Harris, and regardless of when you plan to visit, it is recommended that you consult the event calendar to see what’s on tap. Hours of operation are Thursday-Friday 10 pm to close, Saturday 9 pm to close, and Sunday 10 pm to close. For private event inquiries, you can call (702) 853-4342.
Table service is available at the Hakkasan Las Vegas for those guests who wish to take advantage. The main perk that is associated with this service is the elimination of the need to belly up to the bar every time that you want to buy a drink, which often involves wading through a big crowd and waiting for a while until you actually get a bartender’s attention. Your beverages will be taken care of by the staff that is assigned to you and delivered to your VIP table. It’s like renting a piece of real estate in the club and enjoying fantastic service all the while. The required amount of bottles that mush be purchased tends to be based on such things as the size of your group, the ratio of girls to guys in your clan, and the evening’s entertainment. The fees for table service at the Hakkasan Las Vegas are pretty steep, which is true at all of the hottest nightclubs in town, but they can be cost-effective in the long run, as individual drinks that are purchased at the bar also tend to be pricey and can add up quickly. For VIP reservations at the Hakkasan Las Vegas, you can call (792) 891-3838.
Hakkasan Ltd. operates upmarket Chinese restaurants in Europe, the Middle East, the United States, and India. the European examples are found in London, and the Middle East fixtures in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Doha. In the United States, you will find Hakkasan restaurants in Miami, New York, San Francisco, Beverly Hills, and Las Vegas. The India establishment calls Mumbai home. At the Hakkasan Las Vegas, the restaurant is split on the first and second floors, or levels, and fosters a relaxed mood while also encouraging sensual vibes. At its heart is a culinary theater where Chef Ho Chee Boon and his team of dim sum and wok chefs put their talents on display. Classic dishes include silver cod with champagne and Chinese honey and stir-fried black pepper rib-eye beef with merlot. Wine and cocktail programs complement the menu, and there are tasty desserts to indulge in if you have room left over. Standard tables are found on the first level of the Hakkasan Las Vegas restaurant. On the second level, there are private, white marble and gray slate dining rooms that cater to larger groups. Monday-Wednesday, the restaurant is open for dinner from 5 pm to 11 pm. Thursday-Sunday, the hours are 5 pm to 12 am. The bar is open Monday-Sunday 5 pm to close. For general inquiries or reservations, you can call (702) 891-7888.
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