all had that feeling after partying our
butts off in Las Vegas. You wake up
the next morning. Your head feels a
little "hazy", you don't know exactly what
happened the night before, but you're pretty
sure it was AMAZING and you looking forward
to doing the same thing all over again
tonight. Yeah, that's the kind of
feeling you get when you've spent your night
partying at Haze Nightclub inside of
Resort at CityCenter.
Only this time, you'll try your hardest not
to forget tonight's memories.
size of the line outside of HAZE can be a
bit deceiving, as you have no clue what come
after you've passed the velvet rope.
HAZE is an intimate setting with the DJ
booth right smack in the middle of the room,
with VIP tables flanking it for those nights
you want to be up close and personal with
the DJ. Not only is the DJ in the
center of the action, but so are you.
If being the center of attention isn't your
thing, don't worry, there are several table
below you on the dance floor level, with
more off to the side of you. These are
for the voyeurs.
There are also a number of
VIP booths with most of those
overlooking the dance floor.
A unique thing about
HAZE, compared to most other nightclubs, is
the amount of room by the bars, two
downstairs and one upstairs).
Typically you feel that you have to get your
drink from the bar and immediately leave.
Not at HAZE. The area around the bar
serves as a second dance floor.
One thing you'll find
interesting when you walk into HAZE, is that
you don't immediately see the club area.
You're actually greeted by something one
might describe as a voyeur room.
Typically there are two women inside the
room, dressed a bit avant-garde, but
extremely sexy. This is the style
you'll see many of the servers in throughout
the club. Not only do the women hang
out in that room, but they rotate with other
women and serve shots in the club. You
might get to see the fantasy woman, who in
the room as you walked in, face to face
trying to get you inebriated.
Remember, you are in Las Vegas. At
HAZE, you are never too far away from the
action. When you wake up in the
morning in a haze, don't bother asking us
what your night was like. The moniker
"what happens here, stays here" still exists
in Las Vegas.
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