If CityCenter is about style and opulence, Eve ups the ante and then some. Located on the second level of Crystals across from Aria, Eve is the brainchild of “Desperate Housewives” actress and L’Oreal model Eva Longoria Parker. Well, it’s more than a mere brainchild; it’s her vision of tasteful glamor and luxury. Imagine wall-sized windows, lots of black and glittering gold and — in a nod to the celebrity architecture of CityCenter — an arched, 50-foot ceiling containing it all.
Fortunately, Eva’s focus on luxury extends to the dance amenities, and she truly built a club to accommodate a hard-partying crowd. The dance floor is surrounded by huge video screens, and the sound and lighting system is among the best in Sin City clubland. Sure, you’ll gawk at the posh atmosphere, but you’ll really spend quality time on the dance floor.
Eve is more intimate than The Strip’s mega-clubs, but it manages to strike a near-perfect balance between intimacy and comfortable space, a rarity in the nightclub scene. You’ll find yourself able to really move as you get your dance on, and you won’t feel too cramped when you decided to take a breather at one of the many seating options. You can enjoy booths and table seating right on the edge of the action, or take a seat off to the side for a slightly quieter time. Either way, you’ll find yourself enjoying the opulent atmosphere as well as the exuberant party scene.
You won’t want to miss this tribute to luxury and fun while you’re visiting Las Vegas, but you may not want to burn a hole in your wallet, either. Fortunately, FreeVegasClubPasses is here to help with our VIP Guest List and passes that can get you in for cheap and even free! With the Guest List, you’ll not only get in for less; you’ll get in faster by skipping the General Admission line. It doesn’t get much better than that! Check out the links below to get started.
—Katie and Tyler
© 2005 - 2017 Hornak, Inc. All rights reserved.
Any logos or signage of clubs, casinos, or hotels displayed on this site remain trademarks of their respective parent entities.