Lavo nightclub in the Palazzo offers you a truly upscale experience. Designed by the same people behind the famous Tao nightclub, Lavo will sweep you away into its own world. Lavo takes its inspiration from European bathhouses, providing a luxuriantly wet and sensual atmosphere in the middle of the dryness of the Las Vegas desert.
The focus here is on the atmosphere. Lavo manages to be both high energy and more low-key than a typical mega-club, providing an excellent middle ground for those looking to party but still savor their Las Vegas experience.
You can start the evening on the Lavo terrace, a full Italian restaurant with fantastic chefs, where you’ll be treated to a gorgeous view of The Strip while you eat. From there, you can move on to the Lavo lounge or go upstairs and burn off some calories at the nightclub itself, one of the few Vegas clubs which is actually open six days a week. The staircase connecting the restaurant with the club is probably one of our favorite features, treating you to pictures of nude women bathing and 16 brass faucet-ted sinks acting as fountains along the sides.
Inside the club itself are more pictures of nude women, intricate floor-to-ceiling tile work, chandeliers, and leather decor suitable for (and inspired by) Moroccan royalty. Table seating and a generous bar also means you’ll enjoy faster service than at a typical mega-club. If you choose table seating, we recommend ordering a bottle of Dom Perignon for a truly unique presentation.
If you’re looking for a total experience to savor rather than just a night of straight grinding on a crowded dance floor, Lavo is your dish.
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