Las Vegas clubs just keeping getting hotter. It's like the global warming of partying. And no one can deny that it's directly caused by the action of Hakkasan Group. Since opening Hakkasan, buying up Light Group and now opening Omnia, they've become the biggest contributors to party change in Las Vegas. And it seems like their energy is nothing but renewable.
Omnia rises out of the old Pure location. The crater left by Pure's absence has finally been filled and Omnia proves no good space can stay down for long. And the prime locale, with its Strip access and Caesars appeal, is only made better by Hakkasan's influence.
This is a club that is radiant from entry. There's no long dark hall to queue up in. There's no neglected space to wait. The moment you step inside you're in Omnia's world and the lights will keep you enthralled. If you're lucky enough to have a table on the upper level, you get a spectacular view of the one-of-a-kind chandelier as it moves and bobs with the music, shining light on the dancers like they're puppets on strings. And if you happen to be one of those dancers, you feel like the aura of light, shadow and sound is compelling you to have the best night of your life.
When you're looking for the newest, hottest and most in-the-now club in Vegas, Omnia is what everyone's talking about. The DJ roster is epic including names like Calvin Harris, Krewella and Afrojack. And the Heart of Omnia lounge is an intimate area within the club where socializing and suaveness meet swanky nightclub auras. If you missed Pure, or you never went there but you love big, new clubs, Omnia is the current must-visit.