Located at the Palms Hotel and Casino in the old Ghost bar space, Apex Social Club boasts ‘it’s better on top’, with 8,000 square feet of open-air, unmatched 360-degree sights and a view unlike anywhere else of the Instagram-worthy skyline. Apex Las Vegas is centred around the view whilst turning into an open-air boutique nightclub.
Upon arrival to the 55th floor, guests will be greeted with a trendy look and can expect to hear favourite local and national DJs spinning – sounds that are not heard in other Vegas clubs. There are one of a kind artworks creating an upscale vibe. Beside the good view at Apex Las Vegas, guests will experience speciality cocktails or table-side bottle service. The DJ booth is situated in the middle of the club, transforming the whole venue including the outdoor patio into a party – this is enhanced further as there is no designated dance floor so guests can dance wherever they want. The rooftop bar offers crafted mixology cocktails, both signatures and classics.
Cover charge is common at APEX Las Vegas at the entrance – men typically pay between $30 and $75. Women pay between $20 and $50. If on the guest list, ladies will normally receive a complimentary admission on most nights.
Table service pricing varies based on demand and event for the night. Bottles start at $425 up to $1200. Bottle service is guaranteed entry – unlike guest list or general admission. Bottle service at Apex Social Club includes free standard mixes, including orange juice, soda water, various sodas as well as garnishes. Water bottles are available but must be purchases.
One of the biggest benefits to booking bottle service is avoiding the bar altogether, you can order your drinks directly from your table with the help of your waitress.
Apex has the strictest dress code of any venue on the Las Vegas Strip.
Gentlemen should wear a collared shirt. Always be mindful of wearing nicer shoes and avoid anything that can be considered sportswear, think upscale fashion-forward attire. No singular item from the following is allowed in the venue: Ed Hardy, man buns, blue blazers with gold buttons, shirts or jackets with elbow pads, members only jackets, jean shorts, tank tops, flip flops, bandanas, jerseys, loafers with no socks, baggie jeans, long T-shirts, Jeggings, Linen pants, ribbed shirts, work boots, flannel, Deep V necks, backpacks, Uggs, Sleeveless shirts, cargo pants.