There's A New Nightclub In Vegas The Size Of Madison Square Garden (Photos)
If you know anything about Vegas, you know it's a city with countless hidden gems.
Whether you're looking for an exhilarating way to see the entire strip from above by riding the Highroller or searching for a quality Italian restaurant like Ferraro's, Sin City has it all -- especially when it comes to nightlife.
Most people who fly in from other cities aren't used to the kinds of venues Vegas has to offer. This doesn't just apply to people from the middle of nowhere, either.
If you're from New York City, you're probably used to overrated, shoebox-sized "hotspots" equivalent to Hell on Earth for a claustrophobic.
That's not the case at Las Vegas' latest nightlife offering -- OMNIA Nightclub at Caesar's Palace.
Even if you've had the chance to rage at other clubs like Hakkasan and XS, you'll be blown away by this place. Where else would you have to double-check to make sure you didn't accidentally walk into a Cirque du Soleil show?
Completed in Spring 2015, it features 75,000 square feet of space, a 65-foot-tall ceiling dome and a 50-foot-long bar. Not to mention, one of the club's stand-out features is its kinetic chandelier weighing 22,000 pounds.
This is a club you'd see in a scene from a "TRON" movie and wish actually existed. And now it does!