The 15 Best Make-Out Spots in Las Vegas

Published On 02/23/2015 Published On 02/23/2015
Hyde Bellagio
Hyde Bellagio
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Brian Brown
Caesars Entertainment
Tiffany & Co.
Joel Robuchon
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Rock of Ages
Caesars Entertainment
Bound by Salvatore
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MGM Resorts International
Maverick Helicopters
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1. Hyde Bellagio 3600 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

A legendary Vegas nightclub, Hyde Bellagio is on the cozier side at 10,000sqft, so unless you have a table, things are going to be intimate on the dance floor, where you can get down to a solid mix of top-40 hits, EDM, and hip-hop. The open-air view of the famous Bellagio fountains makes up for the smaller space, and regular costume parties with themed outfits and champagne showers step up the club's game, too. You can expect DJs ranging from Lil Jon to Brody Jenner, as well as multiple bottle-service packages. Come earlier in the night and it'll feel more like a lounge than a club, if that's the scene you're craving.

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2. Rhumbar 3400 las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The mojito-heavy bar/ cigar-smoking lounge/ tropical retreat at The Mirage offers a 4000sqft patio where you can sip on great cocktails like the Latin Manhattan.

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3. CRUSH 3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

The MGM Grand plays host to this inviting and charming restaurant that focuses on creating intimate moments with shared food. Small plates and sharable portions are the hallmark of this relaxed space, which prides itself on having local ingredients and plenty of options for vegetarians, vegans, and the gluten free among us. A lengthy list of beers, wines, and craft cocktails is available to choose from, including the signature Punch, Drunk, Love which is served—you guessed it—family style. Two seating areas mean the space can hold many diners at once while still feeling intimate, and the relaxed furnishings are sure to put you at ease.

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4. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon 3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Joel Robuchon's flagship restaurant is a deliberate retreat from all things neon and flashy (read: Vegas). Inside this elegant, Art Deco style townhouse, the three-Michelin starred chef serves four course meals comprised of truffles, caviar, and other fixtures of French haute cuisine. It's certainly extravagant, without a doubt, but it feels like you're walking into the dining room of someone's private mansion rather than a typical restaurant.

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5. Rehab 4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169

The summer-long pool party at the Hard Rock is known for skimpy clothes, lots of booze, and nonstop debauchery. The naughty atmosphere could lead to good things. Very good things. It’s just one of the reasons Rehab is among the best day clubs in Vegas.

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6. The LINQ 3545 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

It's full of shopping, making it one of the busiest alleyways in Vegas. Oh, of course, it's got the High Roller too.

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7. Bound by Salvatore 3595 Las Vegas Blvd South 15, Las Vegas, NV 89106

Small but mighty, Bound is a swanky lobby bar that serves uber Salvatore Calabrese’s signature cocktails at a decently high price. Have no fear, the attire is still casual and they serve food from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis’ hotel Italian kitchen. You’ll find drinks like the Cromwell Fizz made with Macallan 10 Year, fresh lemon, orange bitters, egg white, honey syrup, and Moët, and the even more astonishing Never Say Goodnight, which is an espresso martini brewed with Red Bull instead of water (it’ll definitely give you wings). Soak up the creative booze with Giada’s bacon-wrapped dates or Chicken Milanese Fingers in red sauce.