While not exactly the secluded spot for lovers its name implies, Tryst is a fantastic nightclub with a striking decor and energetic atmosphere you won’t soon forget. A $40 million renovation quickly put Tryst at the top of the Las Vegas Nightclub scene.
Tryst is a little splash of northern California nestled right in the middle of the desert. 200 year old live trees line a man-made mountain to form one wall of the club, while a 100ft waterfall cascades dramatically down its side into a giant lake. No natural waterfall ever got this treatment, however, as strategically placed lights illuminate its length to give it an otherworldly glow. Tables surround the lake where you can enjoy bottle service along with the occasional breath of cooling mist from the falls.
The VIP room, lounge, and dance floor each offer a unique yet cohesive experience for visitors. Positively dripping with class and sophistication, each one will enhance your evening. The VIP room draws heavily from the sophisticated feel of a library. The lounge, where you can enjoy bottle service, is comfortable but clearly designed with High Style in mind. And the dance floor? The dance floor extends both inside and out so you can move to the beats under the stars or comfortably surrounded by the chic walls of the one of Las Vegas’ hottest clubs.
Rather than referring to a quiet getaway with your lover, perhaps Tryst’s name is simply meant to imply a hidden escape to one of the most beautiful and invigorating clubs on The Strip — because with its dramatic scenery and lively crowd, Tryst is certainly a nightclub to remember!
Probably the most daunting thing about visiting a popular nightclub like Tryst is the thought of the lines that await you. Don’t let that stop you; FreeVegasClubPasses can get you past the General Admission line and into the club almost right away! Not only that, but we can get you in for cheap and even free! Check out the links below to reserve your spot on the guestlist today!
—Katie and Tyler
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