Like a box of fine china or a man covered in ants, cocktails just beg to be shaken. Stir up the nightlife with today's Groupon: for $24, you get a club-hop party package from Club Viva Las Vegas (a $49 value). Tours depart on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from Coyote Ugly at the New York - New York Hotel and Casino. The package includes:
- Half-price well drinks at Coyote Ugly starting point
- Executive shuttle bus to three of the following clubs:
- Tabú at MGM
- LAX at Luxor
- Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay
- Pure at Caesar's Palace (only available on Thursdays)
- Free shots onboard the bus
- Waived cover charge and VIP entry to every club
During the club-hop party, chauffeurs whisk clubbers to three destinations in posh shuttle buses, parking to let riders strut past waiting lines for immediate, no-cover entry into three Vegas hot spots. At 9:30 pm, nights begin at Coyote Ugly, where groups mingle with half-price well drinks ($5 each) as a fleet of dancing bartendresses ascend tables. After boarding the swank partymobile, the host pours free shots for passengers, pumps spirited jams, and squeals up to the curb at MGM’s huge Tabú club, where guests unleash their inner desires to commit such social faux pas as talking to the DJ about the weather or drinking beer with a straw.
The next stop, LAX at Luxor, harnesses the energy of huge crowds on its monolithic dance floor. On Thursdays, the night concludes at Pure, often regaled as a top Vegas nightclub, where Pussycat Dolls perform nightly and a Red Room often hosts celebs. Fridays and Saturdays, the bus shuttles clubbers to the front of the line at Mandalay Bay’s Foundation Room, an elevated spot that boasts breathtaking views of the bright lights and chapel bells of Sin City, with indoor and outdoor rooms catering to varied music tastes.
After letting loose in the first two clubs for about 90 minutes apiece, clubbers can imbibe and shimmy as for long as they wish at the final club. Though shuttle buses ensure VIP, no-line entry at all clubs, bus-ees must follow club dress codes, which typically call for dressier wear such as heels, skirts, or sequined footie pajamas.