Wynn Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
The club embodies the sensuality and passion of a hot romance. Descend the elegant staircase and at the bottom you arrive in a lounge with comfortable yet stylish couches and chairs. Walk down the velvet-lined hallway until you enter the main room and inside you find the 12,000 square foot Tryst. Even the name is evocative of an intimate rendezvous spot for lovers. The main room features a sizable, open air dance floor extending into a secluded lagoon highlighted by a breath-taking 90 foot waterfall. Separating the partygoers from the rest of the Strip is a 150 foot man-made mountain. The deep red, black and brown color combinations of the sophisticated Tryst interior enhance the subtle eroticism of the intimate booth-style marble tables, which are surrounded by velvet walls. A sliding glass door gives you a clear view of the outside, where a grove of trees surrounds the patios. Here, you can sit and luxuriate near the waterfall as you watch the dancers go by in a splendid array of Vegas-style glamour.
Palms Hotel and Casino
More importantly than the pyrotechnics and meteorological phenomena, this bar’s got the lion’s share of celebs, millionaires and PYTs who crowd the fog-covered dance floor. Rain is the IT spot in Vegas for getting your groove on. Whether the main act is DJ Dan or Macy Gray, the tunes keep playing, the water wall keeps flowing and the place is money. Private cabanas are where you want to be, but the view from the main floor isn’t bad either. Drinks are strong and they keep coming all night long. Specialties include custom martinis infusing vodkas with flavored liqueurs. But don’t try ordering any food unless you’ve earned the high roller stamp. Food service (oysters, caviar and the like) is only available in the private sky boxes, water booths and VIP lounge.