In our everyday life the Seven Deadly Sins are something we're supposed to stay away from, but in Sin City it's more like a checklist.
• Gluttony: Yeah, got that one at the buffet.
• Lust: Taking care of that at the pool club.
• Greed: Lost last week's paycheck at the tables.
You get the idea. So when it's time to check pride off your Seven Deadly Sins, um, we mean checklist, where else would you consider going but a club that not only embraces everything that is you, but goes by the name Vanity?
At Vanity it really is about you. Everywhere you look you see yourself, whether it's on the studded walls reflecting your silhouette as you walk past, seeing yourself in a mirrored drink menu or getting your hair fixed up by one of the staff in the bathroom.
Upon entering the club, the first thing you see is a giant light fixture near the dance floor. As you approach the array of colors you see that it is 20,000 LED lights (we counted them for you) that seem to take the focus off of you. But while it is on the center of the dance floor, it serves to make Vanity the most well-lit nightclub in Vegas and, thus, helping put the focus back on you.
If you're looking for a bit more attention, jump onto the elevated platform in front of the DJ booth where you can strut your stuff while the rest of the crowd watches. VIP booths add to the "look-at-me" theme. Most of the booths line either the dance floor or the main bar, ensuring that you will be close to the action and remain the center of attention.
When that hairdo you spent an hour trying to perfect inevitably gives out, take a trip to the bathroom where there is a highly-trained and helpful staff on hand to help you repair it. They can even help with makeup.
If you're looking to take a break from, well - you - there is an outdoor area set up with several cabanas and a fire located just past the main bar. But with all this celebration about you, why not help other people check something off their list: envy.
-- Review by Justin Lawson