Las Vegas Tao Nightclub

After-Five-VIP1Tao Las Vegas pioneered the super nightclub industry in Las Vegas. Tao is the namesake and inaugural nightclub for arguably the most sucessful nightclub companies in the world: Tao Group.

Tao group is responsible for Tao and Marquee nightclubs from Las Vegas to New York to Sydney, Australia. As one of the first “super clubs” in Las Vegas, Tao is still one of the most sought after venues in all of Las Vegas. It is a favorite among celebrities ranging from LeBron James to Nikki Minaj.

Tao differs from many of the typical super club formats in that it doesn’t focus completely on house music like its competitors XS, Marquee, and Hakkasan, in fact, Tao is the only club that has maintained its popularity by focusing on being the #1 hip-hop and top 40 nightclub in Las Vegas. If you’re looking for a good change of pace, Tao Las Vegas is your go-to nightclub.

Tao is located at the Venetian hotel and you can actually walk out on the balcony and overlook the Las Vegas Strip. It’s a truly stunning location and the view is to die for. If you get a chance, you’ll want to snag a table located near the bathing beauties near the dance floor. Tao is known for some of the most beautiful go-go dancers in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Pro’s Tip:

Tao is open Thursday through Saturday with its industry night on Thursday. If you’re on a budget, make sure to always ask our hosts for an industry special because no matter what night of the week you feel like going out, there’s always a club where we can find you a great deal.

Thursday night is a great night to sneak a main room table at Tao for less than you would pay on Friday or Saturday night. The great thing about industry nights is that all those beautiful people that work at other nightclubs end up going to industry nights at their sister clubs. So if you think you have what it takes to get that cute cocktail waitress’ phone number that works at Marquee, your best chance is to do it at Tao on Thursday when she’s not working and is just at Tao to have a few drinks.

If you want to experience Tao on the weekend and have your own personal table, but aren’t looking to spend “main-room money”, Tao has an “Opium Room” where the tables are cheaper and you can usually reserve a table for a 1 bottle minimum. Don’t worry, it’s not really an opium room, it’s just a name to go along with its Asian nightlife theme. Plus, you can still wander over into the main room and hit the dance floor anytime you like. Although the opium room definitely focuses a little more on hip-hop than the main room.

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