3377 S Las Vegas Blvd Ste 2025, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.124641 -115.169775
The creators of TAO brought the renowned Asian Bistro from New York to the Venetian Hotel. TAO Las Vegas' design includes everything from lush velvets and silks, waterfalls and century-old woods and stones, to its hand-carved 16-foot-tall Buddha. TAO Nightclub has changed the face of nightlife in Las Vegas. TAO will impress and draw the biggest names in the world. Some of their recent celebrity guests include: Paris and Nicky Hilton, Bono, Mariah Carey & Usher.
The newest addition is TAO Beach, which is open daily from 10am - Sunset. Pamper yourself by a staff of masseuses, personal misters, tanning butlers, spa treatments and a catered lunch. Saturday night's TAO Beach is transformed, complete with a pool light show, floating Chinese lanterns and four 14-foot-tall fire columns casting a glow over the night sky. Sundays they host Sunset Sessions featuring renowned DJ's.
You've probably already shaken your thang at the nightclub, but Tao's oasis-like dayclub is just as compelling, and with more Vitamin D. Pool is smaller than some and gets crowded, so go early if you want a few hours of elbow room before the mobs arrive. Entry fees start at $20 for girls, $30 for guys. European-style sunbathers and people who tend to lose their bikini tops easily will appreciate the weekday topless sunbathing.
One of the best night clubs around. There have girls sitting at the entrance in a bath as soon as you enter. A couple of different rooms to choose from. The main room gets really packed but the side room has more space to move and dance. The drinks are reasonably priced. Had a great time here!
I had a good time at Tao; fun to dance on the stage with the dancers. We were there early and from what I gather, the time you go definitely has an affect on your experience. We got our free drinks around 11 (got in for free by getting stamped at dinner) and we got to avoid the lines too. They played fun music, but i do have to agree that once it starts getting packed and you're forced down to the dance floor, the whole experience got a lot less enjoyable. I understand that clubs make a ton of money through table service, but there is no reason to compromise the breathing ability of your dancing patrons. Once on the dance floor, I was smush dancing, because that's what you end up doing with such a tiny floor and no where to move. We stayed for a couple of hours and left...it was fun and I would go back...I just wish that I didn't have to wear heels.
The beach club is fun, but expect to see frat boys, sorority girls, and of course, those who want to do things that stay in Vegas. Try to find a promoter for this one if you can; it's the only way you will actually have somewhere to sit unless you want to shell out for seats and bottle service. The promoter we got offered us seating and just a minimum that we had to order.
Used a new mobile website called anythingnightlife.com for guest list hosting. We were hooked up with drink tickets and a comp bottle because we brought a lot of girls with us. This club is a hot spot on Thursdays because of industry nights! I would go back again.
what a joke!! you'll eat better at panda express – we were forced to come to this dump because the person who organized the event picked tao, claiming it was great. our reservation that was booked basically meant that we had to hold on to a vibrating pager and stand around in a crowded lounge with smelly people. the few of us that were fortunate enough to get a seat got to sit on a stained uncomfortable sofa where who knows how many tourist with their germs had sat before. while the line backed up out of the entryway, about 4-5 young girls stood around and did nothing at the hostess counter. after 45 minutes of waiting after the time our reservation was booked, we asked one of these "model" hostesses when we could be seated and all we got was attitude. it was so loud we couldn't even hear what unintelligent quip she might have spit out. when we finally got sat, we were put in a crowded room where you could elbow the people at the table next to you. what's better, our table was some nasty beat up round rickety old banquet table that they covered with linen and called it good. the service was pathetic, i had asked 4 times for a soda and our server "sean" brought me one only after another person at our table had to ask him for it. we had a party of 11, so this guy did nothing to help us because the restaurant gave him a 20% autogratutity on the checks total. there were other kids who would pour water for us, but if we asked them to bring us a drink, they'd say you had to ask the server. our server "sean," with the surly attitude, who hadn't shaved in weeks, stood amongst other employees and stared at us from across the room, as our glasses got emptier and our table became more cluttered with dirty dishes. the majority of the group of us were all locals, and all work in the service industry out here and there's a reason why we've been avoiding this place, and now we have the proof. the food was way below average. we spent $15 on 5 frozen pot stickers that were just warmed and thrown on a plate with soy sauce, and another $30 for pad thai that was ignored by most as it was passed around the table. they boast about their chef who makes sushi that's packed with mayonnaise and tastes like balogna, and the scallops were way overcooked. the person who chose this place was completely let down, and all the horror stories we've heard about this place were proven to be true. the only thing good about the place is their marketing director, for being clever enough to convince thousands of tourists of his hoax that this place is actually worthwhile. the girly bartenders at tao beach can't even add, subtract, or make change when you purchase a drink from them, and don't even know how to make most of the drinks you probably want to order.
in conclusion....save your money. vegas has so many better places to offer. ask your bartender, server, bellhop, or dealer where they go, cuz they know where the best places in town are...and this is not one of them
GOOD TIMES – Bottle service is excellent, and not too too pricey. The service was great a little crowded but they got their job done. Bartender mixed me a couple of her own specialty drinks and they were fabulous! It
PARTY AT TAO!!!!! But do it right with bottle service – Yes Tao is one of the best clubs in Las Vegas!! It is, I would say ranked in the top 3 when it comes to nightclubs on the Las Vegas strip.
If you are planning to visit TAO and you want to avoid any of the following:
Standing in line outside the club waiting to get in.
Inside the club without a place to sit.
Standing in line waiting to order drinks from the bar.
Our advice is you should enjoy your night at TAO with bottle service.
The benefits of bottle service include:
Easier entry into club!! ( VIP HOST WALK-IN)
A private table inside with seating!!
Cocktail waitress that will assist you with your bottle.
I have been working in the Las Vegas nightlife for over 8 years and would be happy to answer any of your questions at 702-503-0311 or at Vegasclubpromoting@gmail
Lives up to the Hype – I finally partied at Tao nightclub this memorial day, and I have to say the space lives up to the hype. It was crowded and the music was the same pumping auto-tuned crap that they play at every other Vegas club, but this was one of the coolest looking clubs I've ever visited, which made me forgive some of the lamer elements of the place.
Tao Party – Tao. Everyone wants to be like you. Everyone wants to go to you. But the truth of the matter is no one has been able to match your status. For Bottle Service, Cabanas, Daybeds, Front of Line VIP Entry, Guestlist, Limo Service, Show Tickets, and/or Hotel Reservations please contact Nocturnal Vegas VIP by call/text 702 587 2456
My favorite restaurant in Costa Mesa – This is one of our favorite restaurants in Mesa Costa. The food quality is amazing and the gesture is great out here! We are strongly vegetarians and believe me this one of the finest restaurant for veggie people. The menu emphasizes burgers and heirloom tomatoes which I believe is best in the town. I was impressed by the taste selections of the wines by the glass prior to ordering (opened a new bottle for me). Believe me they are awesome.
A Good Time – Friends and I went to Vegas for the weekend recently and came across TAO from some cool couples we met at a nearby hotel.
Had a great time and would recommend you get plenty of sleep before going!!
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