3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8911936.093067 -115.177832
Sun, Tue-Wed 11pm-2am;
Mon, Fri-Sat 11pm-4am;
better clubs in Vegas – I've been to Rumjungle a few times over the past few years. Not condusive for mingling, dance floor not big enough, drinks way overpriced, and too crowded.
I liked Rain at the Palms much better.
I wasn't a rum person when I walked in.... – ....but I am two stumbles closer to being one now. Loved the decor, service was stellar, and the overhead show was wild. Recommended to start your night!
Ok club, bad restaurant – Don't eat here it stinks. Club is ok, lots of attractive people. Dance floor is poor. Cover charge shouldn't exsist. Service is not bad, drinks are expenisve, bottle service is expensive, good place to meet people.
Excellent for dinner, not so good for clubbing – We had a great meal here, served Cuban style with the meat slow roasted on skewers and then served to you by a very knowledgable server. Our server was very friendly and made sure we were taken care of, even in a very busy restaurant. This place is not for vegetarians, as their is no main course, just skewers of meat brought out in courses, in addition to salads and rice dishes as well. We had several different types of meat and all of them were excellent, tender, some spicy some on the sweeter side. We had all the bases covered with pork, steak, chicken and a divine salmon dish that we couldn't get enough of. The chocolate cigar dessert is a fun novelty dessert, being ice cream and chocolate shaped like a smoking cigar.
That being said, we stayed and ordered bottle service after hours for the club. This place has a big reputation but not a big crowd. It seems the heyday of this uberclub have passed and been replaced by places like Tao and Studio 54. In a tough club market like Vegas one has to stay up on the latest trends to keep the crowd coming in, and Rumjungle has failed to do this. You won't see any celebrities here, it's a been there, done that kind of club. Even though we were VIP we didn't get the treatment we have had sitting VIP in other clubs such as Taboo or Studio 54.
Great dancing and atmosphere – this was a great place for dancing after hours. The service was also great and they provided free water.
Pretty good – This was the last club that my friends and I went to on a Friday night, so the crowd wasn't as thick as it could have been. Still, we were able to get in for free with no cover, and the music was pretty good. It was unique how that they mixed up-to-date music with accompaniment by a live, house band. A couple of sketchy guys hovered too close, but there were also some nice guys there. Plus, the flowing water, cage dancers, and huge bar provided a lot of good ambience. I would go again.
Try the Jambalaya... – The decor is fun and the food is very good. I tried the jambalaya and, a year later, I'm still thinking about it !! The service was friendly and our waiter went out of his way to keep us comfortable. I highly recommend it as a restaurant. After 11 pm it turns into a dance club that is fun and alive. We had dinner and stayed in so we did not pay a cover charge. Although we did not stay long (I'm not fond of clubs) the music was good and so was the ambiance.
Good food early, but not that much happening in the club – Was there on Friday night (9/8/06) for dinner. Good quality beef and presentation. Had the Argentian Skirt steak, my friends had the endless fire pit. My steak portion could have feed two people, my bros did their best impression of sumo wrestlers and downed at least 2 lbs. of pork, beef, chicken and lamb.
As for the club, it was only OK. Lots of guys and not much room to sit unless you do bottle service. And if you're going to drop $300 or $400, do it at a rockin club like Ghost Bar, Pure or the Mix. When eating there you get in free later, so worth checking it out late night. Saturday night stuck me head in and the club was going good, but decided to try the Mix.
The people-watching is prime, and the drinks are pricey at this club where the beautiful people meet. – In Short
Rumjungle's cover charge is steep, and the drinks are a tad expensive, even for standard imports like Corona, a glass of cabernet or the club's renowned rum concoctions. But refreshingly, there's not a whiff of the big-city attitude you might expect at a club that draws beautiful people in herds. Walls of fire greet clubbers in front, while sheets of water pour down glass partitions around the room.
Visually Pleasing – We went here after dinner to start the night out. It looks very appealing from the outside and curiosity makes your step inside. We got there around 10pm and did not have to pay a cover charge. There is a huge 'wall of liquor' that goes up behind the bar at least 30 feet. I never knew that many different kinds existed! I marveled at it as my very kind female bartender echoed in agreement. The 'water and fire' theme is prevalent throughout. There is plenty of seating and it wasn't too crowded yet. The starlit sky bathrooms are especially appealing when you need to take a moment out. I noticed a couple of larger parties and the bar seemed to accommodate them quite well. Drinks are average.
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