If you are looking for the biggest clubs in Las Vegas you are in luck because you have a bunch of top nightlife and dayclub venues to choose from. With massive main rooms, huge pool parties, and giant areas to explore and see the top performers, you can't go wrong with these incredible spots using our guest lists and bottle service packages.
The newest big boy on our list calls the Palms Hotel home. Kaos Nightclub is a gigantic club venue that prefers to be compared to festivals. It has connected indoor and outdoor areas to explore, party, and dance. Here you will find ridiculous lighting, sound, and LED screens that come to life to enhance each performance. All areas have large square footage and multiple levels.
There is no doubt about it. Omnia Nightclub at the Caesars Palace Hotel is massive. We don't just mean main room massive (it does have an incredible main room), we mean multiple rooms massive. There are actually 3 separate areas to explore inside this club. They include the main room which is home to the headliner, the Heart of Omnia room, and the terrace. The terrace is a rooftop patio option which has views overlooking The Strip. The Heart of Omnia room has it's own DJ booth, multiple table options and dance floor. Omnia is most popular for it's main room experience which houses multiple levels, 2 bars, dance floor, and the famous moving chandelier.
XS Nightclub invented the integrated indoor/outdoor club experiences. Guests are treated to luxurious design and decor from the moment they enter the front doors. Gold is everywhere, and that's a good thing. The DJs and live performances are the focal point, and rightfully so. XS has built a huge stage and performance deck for each night.
Wet Republic reigns supreme when it comes to the largest dayclubs in Vegas. Guests are treated to multiple pools, elevated cabanas and bungalows, as well as a covered patio and bar, as well as a massive dance floor deck to get up close and personal to the DJs. MGM has something special with Wet.