When you're a club in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, you know you've got to bring the rock. That's exactly what Body English does with their 'if a rock star had a haunted mansion' décor and their 'let's all pretend our thighs aren't sticking to this leather' attitude. Even if you don't front a quasi-Cure inspired goth-core band, you can find a rocking party at Body English.
Walk in and savor the moment. The DJ and bar are just beyond the dance floor and everyone who's not dancing, drinking or otherwise staring at something they want to grind on… honestly won't do much of anything. They made that walk themselves and now they're getting all they can out of it. But it's still an incredibly fun place to pretend you're surveying all your fans who are there to party just for you.
Booths set into the side walls are intimate spots to recharge your inner rock star or just hang and put out the vibe. The spaces are the right kind of dark, like everything else in Body English, and the earthiness is offset with the fact that bumping music and lights are just beyond the ceiling that hides the mezzanine level -- where you'll find even more VIP booths. Some of those are a little congested when the club is full, so we recommend the lower level booths if you want table service in the middle of the action. But everything in Body English is hard rock classy. So wherever you sit you'll get a sense of dark stardom.
Along with its fellow Hard Rock nightclub Vanity -- a gorgeously bright contrast to Body English's somber chic and open for special events -- Body English proves you don't have to be in the middle or even the ends of the Strip to be a great Vegas club. All you need is music, space to dance and a successful and iconic brand like Hard Rock Hotel and Casino behind you.