Conceptualised around the elements of opulent, classic design and modern technology, Omnia Las Vegas is like nothing ever experienced before – the interactive nightlife experience is framed with the amazing sights, world-class service and unforgettable VIP tables and bottle service.
The focal point of Omnia Nightclub is the grandiose kinetic chandelier weighting 22,000Ibs and comprised of eight concentric circles all of which feature different entertainment technology mediums. The production elements of the immense apparatus include theatrical lighting effects, LED strips and video projections. Movement of the chandelier is controlled by motion tracking where each ring can be individually manipulated to create an ever-changing display of scenes throughout the night. Pared with the artist’s performances, it creates a fully immersed nightlife experience for every guest who enters the dynamic venue.
The venue has a terrace that takes the outdoor night time Vegas experience to another level – offering cabanas for the ultimate VIP experience with breath-taking views. Guests with tables in the heart of Omnia can expect a more intimate and contemporary evening.
Cover charge is common at Omnia Nightclub at the entrance. Men typically pay between $30 and $100 and women between $20 and $75 with the higher rates usually at holiday events and special performances. Weekend nights when Calvin Harris performs are usually the most expensive.
Bottle service at Omnia starts around $595 for a bottle of Patron, Grey Goose etc. The venue’s pricing is subject to change depending on the scheduled event, the business of the venue, the amount of people per group and the night i.e. weekend.
Table location determines the costs of each table, the cheapest being a minimum spend of $2000 for a small rooftop terrace table all the way up to a Main room dance floor table at $8,000+
The venue recommends upscale fashionable attire. Collared shirts are required for men. No hats, shorts, flip flops, backless women’s sandals, men’s sandals, sneakers (e.g. Nike, Adidas), athletic wear, ripped or oversize clothing, steel toe shoes or work boots (e.g. Lugz, Timberlands). Management does reserve all rights of entry based on the dress code etiquette.