A Look at Omnia Nightclub In Caesars Palace

OmniaIn what is perhaps the most anticipated nightlife venue since Hakkasan opened at MGM two years ago, the Omnia nightclub at Caesars Palace has been making waves since it debuted last month in Vegas. Comprised of over 75,000 square feet featuring an outdoor terrace and every amenity conceivable to nightclub goers, Omnia is definitely the place to drink and be seen this year when visiting Las Vegas.

Owned by the same group behind Hakkasan, Omnia took over the now defunct Pure Nightclub and was built at a cost of $107-$125M over the last 11 months, nearly doubling the square footage of its predecessor. The interior design of the club was overseen by the tour production manager from the pop band U2 and features an elaborate design with motion sensing special effects in the ceiling.

In typical Las Vegas form, opening night had a slew of celebrities coming to check out the club and was hosted by Justin Beiber with DJ Matin Garrix and Calvin Harris serving as the headliners for the evening.

For all you bottle service junkies out there Omnia definitely doesn’t disappoint and in addition to the main level tables there are 11 Opera style boxes with a prime view over the main dance floor, with minimum spends of $5,000 and up to secure one of these awesome tables for a typical night out.

The good news is that if you are a Total Rewards member with 7 Star Status you’re able to skip the line (no matter how large) and get into the club for free with a few guests according to a number of reports by players that have gone to the venue. We haven’t been able to confirm if this same perk is applicable for Diamond members yet but chances are they may let you skip the line if you show a Diamond card.

Some of the other unique features that Omnia brings to the mix include a huge rooftop Veranda where customers can get some fresh air and drinks outside of the mayhem in the main club area. There are also 2 other smaller spaces within the club that serve as pseudo clubs for a more intimate atmosphere.

In speaking about the launch of Omnia, Neil Moffat CEO of the operator group said, “With Omnia, we look forward to introducing a new luxurious nightlife environment by providing unexpected and bespoke elements of intrigue and opulence that have yet to be seen in a nightclub setting.”

Judging by the feedback from those that have visited the club in the last month we’d be inclined to say that his words ring true and Omnia has delivered an even more over the top environment that its sister club Hakkasan. Only time will tell how the club fares with the finicky nature of Vegas nightlife, but we fully expect that Omnia will be a staple in LV nightlife culture for at least the three to five years.