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What are you in Vegas for?
Probably a little fun, a little alcohol and a lot of forgetting your worries and cares, right?
So, if you take that one step further, you've set up a tryst for yourself with a good time.
It's appropriate then, that the nightclub you'll want to paint the town red at is called Tryst.
Regardless of whether you followed that line of logic, all you really need to know is that Tryst can be everything you want it to be.
It's a nightclub on an epic scale, in a hotel on an epic scale, in a town definitely on an epic scale.
The plush setting of the Wynn aside, Tryst stands on its own opulent little legs serving up the glamour that your apartment back home could never provide.
First of all, if you take nothing else about the club away (because maybe you got a little too wrapped up in forgetting your troubles), you'll remember a giant waterfall. It's visible from most places you'd find yourself standing in the club and it's a waterfall. In a hotel. In a nightclub. It's not another strobe light or bottle of Skyy, it's a waterfall.
Suffice to say, it's a neat feature that serves to set Tryst apart from all the other clubs in town.
But you can't just build a waterfall and call it a day and so Tryst extends that incredulous concept into every aspect of the venue.
If you're the designated driver or happen to find yourself saddled with an uninteresting date (or even just like looking at stuff), play a game of "Spot the Luxury." You'll find stuff like red velvet-covered walls, mirrors that are the opposite of tacky and furniture that came from IKEA if IKEA were only in the price range of the super-wealthy.
Should you spring for bottle service (it's definitely worth it) you could find yourself sitting next to the giant waterfall, mist occasionally ghosting across your face and with the right cocktail, you might just happen upon one of those moments where everything seems right with the world.
If that seems a little hokey, well, maybe it is, but there haven't been many corners cut in the design and execution of Tryst -- it's a gorgeous club and you're supposed to be on vacation. Let yourself live a little. Go ahead and have your Tryst.
-- Staff Report