Ladies Night Out Party Bus Tour with VIP Nightclub Entrance blog img

Grab your girls, get dressed to the nines, and experience the most glamorous that Vegas has to offer on this tour of the swankiest nightclubs in town. Relish the VIP treatment as you skip over the lines and head straight inside the Strip's most exclusive hot spots. Between locations, sip unlimited cocktails aboard your luxury limo bus.

Your night begins as you meet your VIP host at the Vista Cocktail Lounge inside Caesars Palace. Grab a seat on a plush couch and enjoy 2-for-1 drink specials as you watch high-tech LED screens display famous skylines around the room. Sip a Manhattan while looking out over the Empire State Building, or order up a punch bowl to share as you gaze out onto Shanghai's Oriental Pearl Tower.

From here, hop aboard the luxury limo bus to travel to your next destinations. Along the way, indulge in as many complimentary cocktails as you can drink. Arrive at your second stop, OMNIA, a wild nightclub featuring 3 levels and an outdoor terrace. Forgo the long lines and expensive cover charges as you gain priority entrance into the club. Later, be escorted to Hakkasan at the MGM Grand, where you can dance, drink, and get covered in the nightclub's signature confetti. Don't forget to keep your eyes peeled for celebrity sightings as well. Your tour comes to an end in the wee hours of the morning, but you don't have to call it a night. Ask your in-the-know host for more recommendations if you and the girls want to party until dawn.

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