If you’re planning your next big event in Las Vegas, you might want to give some thought to your venue. In such a large city, finding a space to hold a lot of people isn’t hard. But finding a space that fits all your needs – and looks gorgeous in photos – can be a little trickier. These venues are considered some of the best event spaces in Vegas.
Omnia Night Club
This new nightclub at Caesars Palace features thousands of lights, exotic colors and even a high-tech chandelier that transforms into a spaceship and lands on the dance floor. If you’re looking for a venue that can be described as unforgettable, look no further. If you’re considering Las Vegas event photography, this venue will ensure an amazing backdrop for all your photos. For corporate events, there’s also the ability to integrate custom branding throughout the venue. When you want a more intimate experience, you can enjoy ultra lounge or quiet VIP areas.
For a more laid-back environment with retro vibes, you can’t go wrong with the Brooklyn Bowl. Typically used as a concert space and able to hold up to 2,500 people, this venue is perfect for your next large event. As a bonus, there are also 32 bowling lanes that are fully operational. There are plenty of great VIP spaces at the Brooklyn Bowl that can be rented out if you want more privacy or have a smaller group. If you’re looking for catering along with your event, Brooklyn Bowl offers the best in terms of comfort food, like classic fried chicken.
Right on the center of the strip, at the very top of the new Cromwell Hotel, is Drai’s. This nightclub offers an indoor/outdoor venue where your guests can relax, take in amazing skyline and mountain views, experience pool-side dining and even compete in a fun lip-sync contest. There are a variety of options for entertainment and decor, with custom branding possibilities for any corporate events you may be planning. Guests will be in awe at the nightclub’s one-of-a-kind 80-sided disco ball and custom roof-top fireworks shows. Drai’s is perfect for large groups, with seating available for more than 2,500 people.
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