Las Vegas doesn't exactly lack for nightlife. Walk down the neon-lit Strip, and you'll be forgiven for thinking that the city has more nightclubs than it does permanent residents. But with so many options comes the anxiety of searching for the best and brightest of what Vegas has to offer.
No more. Crawl Tour LV makes Vegas feel a little less overwhelming?and a lot more fun?with curated nights out on the town. By partnering with clubs and entertainment venues throughout the city, the company is able to arrange outings that give you access to some of the area's hottest nightlife spots, all without the hassle of lines and cover charges. Groups are free to let loose as they make multiple stops over the course of the evening to enjoy drink specials and a complimentary piggyback ride from each club's bouncer.
Made almost entirely out of ice, Minus5 features a frozen bar top, frozen glasses, and frozen couches covered in faux fur. The novelty never wears thin, though; a resident ice carver changes up the scene every 6?8 weeks, perpetually crafting new sculptures and furniture pieces. Upon arrival, guests are outfitted with the jacket, gloves, and boots they?ll need to comfortably enjoy the crystalline wonderland, which in Fahrenheit, measures 23 degrees above zero. After entering, patrons can sip on a cocktail served in an ice glass and pose with the seasonally changing sculptures as a professional photographer snaps photographs that patrons may purchase.
Amid the swanky luxury of the Rio Las Vegas Hotel, The Pool at the Rio invites guests to sip cool signature cocktails and bask in the warm sun or take a dip in four different pool areas. The sun-soaked oasis evokes the feel of a distant Caribbean paradise with its white-sand beach, palm trees, and waterfalls, as well as its comfy daybeds and cabanas.
In between swimming laps and re-enacting the last scene between Titanic's Jack and Rose, visitors belly up to the Cruzon Island bar or Voodoo Beach bar for cocktails made by bottle-twirling flair bartenders. Guests 21 and older can also head to the Voo swimming pool area to groove to the music of a live DJ spinning Top 40 hits.
Rhumbar embraces juxtaposition. Though its white and neon design is sleek enough to feel futuristic, Latin and Caribbean drinks dose the lounge with a colorful summer ambiance. As lounge and world music pulses through the glossy, modern space, guests sip cocktails out of souvenir cups unearthed from the ruins of an ancient Vegas bar. Signature cocktails include the Food Network Challenge-winning Spanish Trampoline, whose hand-muddled tangerines and mint careen into cane sugar, lime, and Leblon Cachcaca. Flowers garnish drinks savored beneath the patio's palm trees, whose leafy tops seem to frame the Strip's lit-up architecture.
PBR Rock Bar & Grill pulses with top-40 tunes, which are played live or spun by DJs over their cutting-edge sound systems. Open daily from 8 a.m. until the early morning hours, PBR Rock Bar & Grill boasts a sprawling 16,800-square-foot venue, a 3,000-square-foot patio, and a menu that, like the venue's musical lineup, is a little bit country, complete with smoked-brisket grinders. Over 100 flat-screen televisions provide sports enthusiasts with a game-day retreat. When the games wrap up, courageous or inebriated patrons attempt to defy gravity by making use of joint's daunting hydraulic mechanical bull.
"What does a rehab pool party mean," you might ask? The Rehab Pool Party is your rehabilitation from the weekly grind that can get you down in no time. Held on Saturdays and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., this massive pool party is the place to go to relax, unwind, rubberneck, and have an all-around good time. For a more V.I.P. experience, be sure to lounge in one of the Hard Rock’s cabanas or daybeds that will have you thinking you’re in Tahiti even though you haven’t left the states. Tickets are available online through their website. For a healthy dose of adult fun, visit the Rehab Pool Party at the Hard Rock this weekend.