Comfort Inn & Suites Las Vegas - Nellis
4375 E. Craig Road
Las Vegas, NV 89115
Phone: (702) 982-6700
Fax: (702) 982-6701
4375 E. Craig Road, Las Vegas, NV, US, 89115
- Phone: (702) 982-6700
- Fax: (702) 982-6701
Located on the promenade level just steps from the entrance to Zarkana Theater, this lounge is glitzy with more than a few touches that pay homage to the Cirque du Soleil show and the high-end luxury of vintage Las Vegas. DJs spin hits from the '70s, '80s and '90s and there is a tempting menu of appetizers and an array of very cool cocktails. Gilded and beveled mirrored walls and dark red carpets with furniture arranged in groups make for an inviting atmosphere that feels more like a private mansion than a resort lounge. The bar is especially busy just before and after theater performances, but the attentive service makes for a personalized experience. –Lottie Tagupa
One of the several hangouts for people in Las Vegas, East Side Joe's is a good choice for any night out in the city. Live music is regularly performed and bands such as Grave Maker, The Ergs! and Soul Control. In simple words, an evening spent at East Side Joe's means an evening of good music and good company.
Drinks at an affordable price, live music and a great bar atmosphere is what the Fox Fire Lounge promises and successfully delivers. It's located close to quite a few eating places, so if you want to head out for some proper meals, then you need not go too far. Cover bands from different regions are regularly invited to performances and weekends are packed with them giving live performances. Call for more details.
Hogs and Heifers was started in New York City and became the inspiration for the film, Coyote Ugly, so get ready to dance on the bar and have a good time. This biker bar has a few rules: "no specialty drinks, no dress code, no ties, no guest list, and no whining." You may, however, feel free to leave your bra on the Antlers of America if you feel inspired to. This is a cash-only bar with an ATM on the premises. Come dance on the bar at Hogs and Heifers!
Joining the bandwagon of Las Vegas nightclubs is the Bunkhouse. So what makes it different than other clubs? Well sneak in to know! As you enter this sassy place, you can find a hip crowd lounging around in comfy chairs while enjoying great live music blaring out of modernized sound systems. Watch your favorite show being aired on multiple flat screens. Or try your hand at the pool table or video poker. The attentive bartenders serve you with premium selections to enliven your mood. All in the name of fun, this unpretentious place is the best after-work or late-night weekend haunt.
Famous LA Canyon Club is now open in Las Vegas. The Fremont Street Experience party scene is alive and well at Four Queens Casino. This club features live performances from favorite classic rock bands from the 70s and 80s. Featuring a large stage area for concerts and a trendy but comfortable atmosphere, Canyon Club is a rock and rollers dream come true. Get tickets for the main show or come down later at night for drink and shot specials and to see your favorite local 70s and 80s cover bands, like the Spazmatics or Boogie Nights, and dance the party away under the neon.
Though not as large as the other lounges one finds in Vegas, Rush Lounge is classy nonetheless. This ritzy lounge of Golden Nugget Hotel Casino is quickly becoming a popular joint. Have chilled Mojitos or Blackberry liqueur while enjoying some great music. The decor is modern, and the bold wall colors create an interesting ambiance. The wait staff is attentive and provides quick service. The lounge opens out to the casino, so one can catch all the action while sipping a drink or two. This place, however, has a strict minimum-age requirement. The doors open at 4pm daily.
If you're in Las Vegas and a sports fan, then you can't miss out on this place. With drinks served 24x7 and plasma screens broadcasting every possible sporting event, this place definitely knows how to keep its guests entertained. Located within Golden Nugget Hotel Casino, the bar is well-stocked and so one can opt for anything from beer to wine. Needless to say the atmosphere of this place is lively, with a decor to match.
If you are at Fremont Street, look up and check out the open air patio of the Gold Diggers. Located at the Golden Nugget Hotel Casino this is the place for cocktails, dancing and live music. It has a modern style pub, standing space, flat screens and a dance stage located behind the bar. If you choose to just enjoy your cocktail, you can do that at the balcony, which has a great view overlooking the street. For those a little higher on the energy level, the great music will tempt you to dance the night away!
A name synonymous with entertainment, the Fiesta Rancho Casino Hotel, houses a number of spaces where one can enjoy a fun filled time with friends. Club Tequila is one such 8000 square feet area, which can seat over 250 people at a time. The club features great Latin music as well as other genres which the DJ spins to see a group of people dancing away the night. Come for a drink at the bar or simply to have a great time, either ways at Club Tequila the treat is yours. The doors are open daily at 9p.
Olympic Garden is located on the famous Las Vegas Strip. They are famous as the World's Largest Adult Cabarets. The ground level features female entertainers and the upper level male entertainers. The spacious setting, can also be used to host private parties. They also host male revue every Wednesday and Sunday. Check website for hours.
Roxy's Diner, this retro-restaurant, located in the Stratosphere Hotel Casino, has the prerequisite black-and-white tiled floor, red booths, and neon-colored accents. The wait staff dances and sings. The all-American menu includes Bacon Cheddar Burger, Fried Catfish Filet, Cheese Omelet, and Angel Hair Onion Rings. Round out your meal with an Oreo Cookie Shake.