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1. Posted by patience (Full Member 118 posts) 8y

hey everyone,

ive been to las vegas before but was only there 6 days last time and didnt go to any clubs. this time im there for longer and i just wanted to know what the dress code is for clubs within the hotels there. is it just the same as clubs everywhere else? trousers, shoes and shirt or can you get away with sports shoes, jeans and a t-shirt?

any assistance would be great.

thanks

2. Posted by Urban08 (Budding Member 24 posts) 8y

Im yet to go so i dunno but i am going to the states in 2 weeks and during my stay plan on going to vegas. When i go clubbing home here i wear jeans a t shirt and trainers but was worried vegas would be more upscale

so i did some research

http://www.bestofvegas.com/Night-Clubs/

that website lists alot (although im sure not all) the night clubs in vegas....alot have strickly smart dress codes but some do have a casual dress code....just click on each club and itll tell u all about it including dress codes

my advice would be to take smart clothes if you really want to go clubbing, myself im not overly fussed but if needs be ill buy a cheap pair of black shoes and trousers while im there

3. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru 3562 posts) 8y

Anthony,
I have not gone to our dance clubs, too old and broke. But I have been in the hotels when the younger crowd line up to get in. Most clubs do have a dress code. If the doorman does not like your look, you are not allowed in. Of course money talks, but that will get expensive. Most also have a cover charge to get in, esp. males. The real costs are to drink, expensive would be a good guess. The clubs really make their money on 'table service'. This is usually over $300 to sit and drink. That is beyond most TP members budgets.

My advice: dress appropriately, dance more than you drink, have fun, bring money.

4. Posted by patience (Full Member 118 posts) 8y

thanks everyone,

a guy who i work with went not to long ago and he told me to wear jeans, a shirt and shoes.

5. Posted by Ladymacwil (Full Member 170 posts) 8y

Las Vegas is SO highly overated! Don't spend an extra dime to get into anywhere!

Do NOT wear your trainers, Do NOT wear any "emblazened" sports shirts.

Sure, you can look cool dressing casual...but with discretion. Don't look like a dumb American!

6. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru 3562 posts) 8y

Quoting Ladymacwil

Las Vegas is SO highly overated! Don't spend an extra dime to get into anywhere!
Do NOT wear your trainers, Do NOT wear any "emblazened" sports shirts.
Sure, you can look cool dressing casual...but with discretion. Don't look like a dumb American!

Now Marilyn. I have to disagree a bit with your assessment of Vegas. It might be over-rated, but as our motto says:
"If it is worth doing, it is worth overdoing!" Now trainers. Almost everybody wears sandals or trainers during the summer. Now I will agree that at night, trying to get into a dance club, tennis shoes would be a faux pas. Pretty difficult to impress anyone in your trainers!

Now what is wrong with looking like an American, dumb or not? Comfortable and cool (weatherwise) is the way to go in our blast furnace summers.

7. Posted by patience (Full Member 118 posts) 8y

just got back from vegas and i love the place way to much! loved the heat and am sad to be back in miserable wet cold london.

had no problem with the clubs out there.

i do think americans are funny wearing trainers with white socks pulled up really high. that seems to be the fashion there.

cant wait to go again for the 3rd time. there is always something to do there. and i won $200 on black jack on my last night. made up for losing $250 the night before :)

8. Posted by vegasmike6 (Travel Guru 3562 posts) 8y

Anthony,
Glad you had a good time in Vegas. Another happy customer. That is what keeps people returning time after time.
I have been in cold & wet (Seattle) and hot & humid (Thailand & VN). I will take hot & dry everytime.

9. Posted by Sarahchanc (Budding Member 10 posts) 8y

We have been to Vegas repeatedly (we live in Nevada) and the dress code varies from club to club. Nice shoes, kakis and a collared shirt will get you in pretty much anywhere, and no baseball cap at a lot of them.