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Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub

  • 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • (702) 333-9000
  • www.marqueelasvegas.com


Alyssa Collier

If there's any club that you need to go to in Vegas to party the night away, it's Marquee. I've never had a better time than being here. Definitely must to spot to come and have a night like none other.

John W.

Love Marquee in that they also have quality DJs usually play here, they have a few different floors in case you're more into hip hop or EDM (although sometimes they close one down) and that they have areas to go out and chill. Yes, there are stairs so you may be hating yourself a little bit on your walking tolerance and the dance floor on the EDM side is on the smaller. Still, think it's quality here.

Summer Adwan

Guest list is long. Expect to be in line for 30 minutes to an hour. Monday nights are great

David Moon

Good night club and day Club. Look for Big Mike for a hookup, best promoter there!

Matt Shimamoto

Super fun experience! I would recommend going here if your are trying to have a good time!!

Chris Hill

Overall not a bad club but not a huge interior floor for dancing and more difficult than many to get it. The outdoor space is excellent though.

Jackson Yang

Never expect to go clubbing but always end up going anyway. It's always good to know a guy in Vegas just in case you want to go party.

My fellow yelp elites and I had planned a trip to Vegas, and one of them wanted to party. So I knew that I had to hit up my guy. Everything was super last minute, and our party kept getting bigger and bigger. By the end of the night, we were 10 deep. Luckily, my guy took care of business and made magic happened. We didn't have to wait and we got in for free!(normally $20 cover for girls and $45 for guys)

I've never been to Marquee and was very impressed with the venue. 3 levels, main stage was EDM, and on the night we visited, DJ Cedric Gervais was spinning. Upper level is kinda like a library bar with a pool table, and the bottom level is where they played hip hop. Not gonna lie, I appreciate the bottom level the most. Playing all my "urban" jams. Because our group got in at around 11pm, there was still room on the dance floor to dance! Imagine that. After 1am, just like any other dance floor at any poppin club, it's pretty much shoulder to shoulder.

Drinks inside are pretty expensive. Belvedere was like $21 each not including tip. Yikes. That cost almost as much as my dinner. But it is what it is. And it's a premier club in Vegas. One should expect super overpriced booze. Once you are inside the club, you get unlimited reentries. And the reentry is located on level 3. Main club entrance is on level 2.

So who's this guy anyway? Ok, just happens that this guy is my good friend. Local Vegas resident. I always hit em up when I'm in Vegas. His name is Gabriel Ackley and luckily I'm in a giving mood today. Here is his personal cell. Text him at 213-210-5923. Tell em you know Mr. 626 --- that's me(if you didn't read my profile). You're welcome #kobesystem

Andrew Le

Went here to see Kaskade. Got in for free. Bouncers weren't douches.

Pros: Bouncers werent douches. I like the atmosphere of the Cosmopolitan and the futuresique of it.

Cons: Bartenders don't know how to make drinks. You pay for a nice club and you buy 18 dollar drinks you expect them to be worth it. The drinks were made incorrectly. the cups were 5-6 oz plastic looking cups. I mean most clubs use plastic but they're like glass looking plastic cups, not the miniature beer pong cups size. So to compensate for the alcohol, the bartenders don't use any fillers. IE there wasnt tonic, in my gin and tonic ETC. It was like pure shots

For example, the cup only fits 5 oz of liquid because they fill it with ice
unlike a 12 oz cup.

An AMF has
1/2 oz Smirnoff
1/2 oz rum
1/2 oz tequila
1/2 oz gin
1/2 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
2 oz sweet and sour mix
2 oz 7-Up® soda

Marquees AMF

1/2 oz Smirnoff
1/2 oz rum
1/2 oz tequila
1/2 oz gin
1/4 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
1/8 oz sweet and sour mix
1/8 oz 7-Up® soda

And it's quite the pain to go to a table and gamble for free alcohol because its pretty far.

I like my strong girly drinks damnit, even for a big guy I like to enjoy something I paid 20 bucks for.

Dance floor is too small. Hardly room to move and dance.

I still want to check out Tao, but XS is definitely my favorite club as of now.

Jenna Marston

It's the Cosmo, so you know it's legit. Always fun and a must for Vegas goers. It's nice that the dance floor is a good size and you can escape outside to dance as well.

Raymond To

For a top tier club, I feel Marquee's pool is kinda of small. But aside from that, the DJ and the energy there is always amazing and it never disappoints. The best time we had was when we booked the bungalow, a three-story suite that connects to Marquee that allows in-and-out access to the Dayclub and Nightclub. The top floor has a private jacuzzi that overlooks the DJ without having to fight the crowd. When the sun gets too hot, you could walk back in to the bungalow and chill out in the AC for a bit, grab a bite, and even drink your own drinks since it's your own suite afterall, no need for a table outside. But the bungalow ain't cheap, and there are only like 6 or 7 of them, you have to go through VIP hosts to get access, these rooms are not even advertised on the hotel web site. The nightclub inside at night is beautiful although not as huge as some of the new ones like Hakassan or Omnia, still it's smartly designed as such there's not a "bad table". So if you are budget balling you could always pay for one of the smaller ones toward the back and still have a good view of the DJ and the beautiful ladies passing by the walkway. Service is always good at the Marquee, but this is definitely one of the top tier place to party in Vegas, so be prepared to spend some serious dollars

Jenny Chu

This club was the #1 club in Vegas in 2011-2013. They had top EDM DJ's and the service was top notch. To get to the main room as general admission, you had to walk up several sets of stairs that are obviously for fire escapes. The elevators were for "table reservations" only. They offer 3 levels of their club, one being "The Library" which used to serve specialty cocktails and is more of an 80's type music genre. As of now, they no longer open the library. The "Boom Box" room hosted great hip hop music but started shutting down and the quality of hip hop DJ's went from amazing to pop-style hip hop that filtered out cuss words. And the main room, which includes a pool deck plays EDM/ pop mix of music. I personally dont call remixes of Katy Perry and Addelle real EDM music but I gues they cannot compete with other nightclubs when it comes to a lot f things. And as of right now, they play their pop-hip hop music out on their pool deck. As a huge fan of EDM music, and a fellow club industry worker. I witnessed the drastic failure of this club. The wonderful staff either went to a better club or are miserable there. When you have managers constantly watching your bartender interact with customers like a hawk, it starts to make customers uncomfortable, let alone its a female manager in mens clothes. Not to mention every year they screw their customers by raising their drink and botttle prices to compensate for their loss in revenue. All of which shows a lot about what type of company they are. Like I said, used to be #1 in everything, now they cater to those that cant get into the other top Las Vegas clubs.

Ed Lee

Arguably THE nightclub in Las Vegas, the Marquee hosts big name international DJ talents in a decadent atmosphere that you'd come to expect from a town called Sin City. Be sure to dress to impress and load up on Red Bull!

Pam Chen

Came here for a private event and loved the dance floor and the outdoor pool and lounge area. I'm guessing it is seriously epic during the day as well.

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