When it comes to nightclubs, you can't go wrong with Omnia. After opening in 2015, it still has that "like-new" club feel with a rooftop terrace that shows off killer views of the Strip from Caesars Palace. While longtime headliner Calvin Harris has been missing in action (working on his Ibiza farm it seems), the star power remains huge with regular appearances by Martin Garrix, Kaskade, and Illenium. Technology is almost as big an attraction as the DJs. The main room, modeled after the Metropolitan Opera, is famous for its massive, 22,000-pound chandelier that hovers above the dance floor and moves to the music. It was designed with your Instagram feed in mind. The smaller club-within-a-club Heart of Omnia is the space formerly occupied by Pure and showcases Latin music on Sundays.
How to book: Head online to buy general admission tickets or reserve a VIP table.
As far as nightclubs go, Omnia has a lot to offer. Most of the attention is reserved for resident headliners like Steve Aoki and Martin Garrix with a massive high-tech chandelier that hovers above the dance floor, but step outside for a breather and you'll find an expansive rooftop terrace with mid-level views of the Strip. The music is more chill than what you'll hear pumping in the main room and at a volume that actually makes a conversation possible. Thursdays and Sundays are generally low-key, less-crowded nights for best enjoying the outdoor space.
How to book: Book tickets or tables in advance.