When you walk through the spinning doors that lead into Surrender, you're in for a treat. The Roger Thomas-designed nightclub matches the upscale expectations set by pretty much anything located at a Wynn resort.
The first thing that will catch your eye is the massive, green-eyed serpent behind the club's main bar, alluding to the tempting libations and perhaps, the temptations of Sin City itself. Counting the outside area, there are three bars total, but this one certainly takes the cake as far as individuality goes.
VIP booths line the walls of the inner club, adorned with stripper poles for gorgeous go-go dancers, and surrounding the club's dance floor.
The dance floor isn't all that defined compared to other clubs, but the dance party usually starts up right against the DJ booth and just grows from there. The DJ talent puts on quite a show and, and since they're right up against the crowd, tend to interact with and react well to the room. This is level of interaction is particularly surreal considering some of the big-name resident talent Surrender has, like Lil Jon, Tiësto, Steve Aoki and many more big-name DJs.
When you're ready to take the party outside, Surrender has you covered too. The outdoor area features poolside VIP tables, two levels of cabanas, booths, couches, bungalows and plenty of space for dancing wherever you like, with palm tree décor and a more casual vibe. The 26 cabanas are well-furnished, including flat-screen TVs and balconies overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.
In the winter, a climate-controlled dome covers the exterior area, keeping the party comfy even when it's brisk out.
If you're feeling particularly lucky, you may be tempted by the blackjack and craps tables located just across from the interior section, at the club's gaming pavilion.
-- Review by Jorge Labrador