Though it hails from Hollywood, The Sayers Club at SLS Las Vegas feels more like an upscale haunt you'd find in Chicago or Minneapolis. Unpretentious, even though it could totally get away with a little pretentiousness if it wanted, Sayers Club is an inviting continuation of the already bluntly open styling of SLS.
In addition to the usual DJs and music blaring over the sound system that you either noticed right away upon entering SLS or are still in shock from, Sayers Club is known for its live music performed for the whole room to see. Everyone from local to major touring acts graces the stage, and the Sayers Sessions held each week are some of the finest examples of live music on the Las Vegas Strip. The fact that Sayers isn't a typical club only helps the ambiance.
Unlike most other nightclubs in Las Vegas, Sayers has a casual appeal. You can actually see where you're going. If you get there early you may even score a table for a while before someone with bottle service shows up. And even if you don't, there are plenty of couch backs to lean against or rest on. This isn't a nightclub in the traditional sense. It's a club that happens to be open most of the night. And for anyone looking to enjoy a night out with great music and a more real presentation of the city than most other establishments provide, Sayers Club also has an intriguing view of the intersection through the garage door. You can scope out the largest gift shop in the world across the street while relaxing to tunes and drinking with new friends.
If the classic clubs are still your style, LiFE is close enough to yell over to the hosts and ask for a table. But if you want something both humble and honorable, with music, image and poise, The Sayers Club at SLS is Las Vegas' answer to whatever Hollywood feels like doing; and it's our proof that we're just as posh as any city in the world.