Two Las Vegas Clubs, Two Different Flavors

If you’re looking to stick to The Strip when you come to Las Vegas, you will find that the choices for clubs are endless. Every hotel/casino has at least one. Lets take a closer look at a couple of the more popular haunts. Rumjungle is located inside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino where you will find the city’s largest stockpile of Rum hence the name. Catering to an upscale clientele that shuns the common rave club-goer, Rumjungle is open all week bringing a fresh selection of music nightly to make you move that ranges from Hip Hop to Funk.

There is a strict dress code in place and attire such as tennis shoes, work boots, tattered or baggy jeans, tank tops, etc. are not accepted. Don’t wear your hat inside, and if you do wear jeans, make sure you have a collared shirt or sports coat. Otherwise, you won’t make it through the door. Cover prices will prove pretty steep if you have a large group and vary by day. General admission for Sunday through Thursday is 20 dollars; 25 dollars on Friday and Saturday. If you want to bypass the lines, it will set you back 40 dollars per person.

Rumjungle is not for the thrifty clubber. Seating is available on a VIP basis only and is for individuals with money to burn. However, you will find that Rumjungle has everything there is to offer in accordance with a typical high-end Las Vegas nightclub. You will be entertained by plenty of eye candy in the black light atmosphere with illuminated bar. Around you, the walls glow with crawling light as you sit back and watch the fluorescent clad dancers in various cages throughout the venue. You will not be disappointed with this experience.

For those looking for an equally mesmerizing off-strip experience, the ghostbar at the Palms Casino Resort is the place to party. It is minutes from The Strip, and there are several options for reasonably priced transportation. You will enjoy a one-of-a-kind view of the Las Vegas Valley from the 55th floor of the Palms as you sip your cocktail and listen to a sampling of genres including: Old School, Hip Hop, Rock, ‘80s, and mash-ups. As if the 180-degree view from the bar itself wasn’t enough, one can head out on the patio for an even wider panorama and view of the pool area hundreds of feet below through the glass floor.

Drinks will average you between 8 and 9 dollars each, and the covers are fairly reasonable as follows: general admission on Sunday through Thursday is 10 dollars, to head to the front of the line on Thursdays will run you about 20 dollars, general admission on Friday and Saturday is 25 dollars with a front of the line pass at 50. Seating and dress codes are not quite as strict as Rumjungle and you have an excellent chance of spotting some well-known faces in this sky-high experience frequented by celebrities.

Strip or non-strip, these are two excellent choices that will provide you with an excellent taste of Las Vegas nightlife.

Ava Fails

One Response to “Two Las Vegas Clubs, Two Different Flavors”

  1. Strip club fanatic Says:

    For SC I would suggest the Speramint Rhino