The Roman Empire did a lot of things right: compelling politics, roads and buildings meant to last and indoor plumbing, just to name a few. But Romans also knew how to throw a party and that tradition continues at Pure Nightclub inside Caesars Palace Las Vegas.
Like any good Roman-era party, Pure Nightclub surrounds its guests in the color of purity, the color of the Gods, white. While white can come off boring in suburban neighborhoods, at Pure Nightclub the neutral color exudes the kind of luxury that the lavish city of Miami could only dream of.
The main hallway that leads guests into the club is draped in white marble and seems like a gateway to a beautiful dream. The fantasy begins to come true as you walk through the hall and are faced with five different options. Two paths lead into the main room where the world’s top DJs regularly perform along with headlining acts like 50 Cent. Whitewashed VIP booths line the stage above the plethora of revelers on the dance floor and normally serve as front-row seats to those big performances.
To the left is another room where more VIP booths await along with another bar that is usually more accessible. On the right is the Red Room, which is often times quieter and the ideal place to grab a cocktail with friends.
A long stairway opens the party up to the city in the Las Vegas Strip’s original outdoor party patio. Partygoers can dance under the moonlight and bask in the glow of Sin City’s lights where more VIP booths, another bar and plenty of room to dance await, often to a different genre of music spun by a second DJ.
You won’t find so many options in one club as you’ll find at Pure Nightclub, which might be the reason for the club’s seven-year run in Las Vegas as it has watched numerous clubs come and go while it keeps cranking out pure pleasure.
Pure nightclub at Caesars Palace Las Vegas is open Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday from 10 p.m. to close. Cover charges may apply.