The rumors about Body English are true. The infamous Vegas nightclub has returned.
Haven't heard anything? Here's what you're missing:
- Body English is trendy, young and cool. Your mom doesn't belong there. Unless she's cool.
- Body English is big with the locals crowd, which should tell you something.
- Body English is unlike most of the clubs on the Strip, which is why it's for the best it's not on the Strip.
There are a million other things -- and like we said -- they're true (for the most part), but those three are the most important. Because those three are the key to understanding your night at Body English.
We'll start at the beginning.
Walking into Body English is like walking into a basketball arena up on level C, row 83. Everything's laid out before you and depending on what time you showed up for the game, there's either a palpable feeling of anticipation or a furiously-paced event already in progress.
After you're inside you have the opportunity to make a couple of choices. Do you head straight for the dance floor, peel off into a VIP area or make your way to the bar?
Unfortunately that decision is not entirely in your hands -- it's in your wallet's.
VIP treatment, bottle service, a table, the whole package at Body English isn't the cheapest way to get a drink in this town, but it's one of the swankiest.
There are tables and rooms throughout the club, but if you're gonna go, you should go big. There's an area to the left of Body English that you can't see, but the people inside can see you. A one-way mirror (think NYPD Blue interrogation room, but sexy) walls off the space and gives the whole thing an exclusive vibe in a club that already gives off a pretty exclusive vibe.
If the coin for VIP style isn't in the cards (or there's no room on your cards), don't worry, you're in Body English anyway and you're in good hands.
The club is decked out like something you'd see at a rock star's house on "Cribs," and not one of these half-rocker/half-philanthropists we've got running around nowadays, but a real rocker. One who blows his money on a giant color-changing chandelier and extravagant leather furniture.
The décor and the vibe, together with the crowd (which is always well-dressed -- so you should be, too) can sometimes make Body English a little intimidating, but we promise, under its tough-n-sexy veneer, it's actually a really accessible club. And remember -- everything you've heard about Body English is true, so you have to believe us.
-- Staff Report