Spring break, strip style: 'Insider' Jennifer Whitehair dishes the deets on best places to party

Sin City is spring break central, but it can offer almost too many options. So we asked Vegas.com “Vegas Insider” Jennifer Whitehair to highlight some of the city’s most party-hearty bars, nightclubs and pool clubs.

 

Bars

“If you’re here for spring break you probably want a party bar,” Whitehair said. “Stop off at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino and get a double dose of island bar hopping with Kahunaville and Señor Frog’s.”

Whitehair also recommends Margaritaville at Flamingo, tequila flights at Cabo Wabo and the country-tinted PBR Rock Bar, both at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, and designer-divey Rockhouse at Venetian. 

“Did we mention Vegas has great dive bars?” she continued. “You’ll find us at Double Down, Hogs and Heifers, Dino’s and more.”

 

Pools

“Take your club scene — beautiful people, lots of drinks, mind-blowing deejays. Now reduce those people’s clothes to almost nothing, move everything from late-night to daytime, bring it outside and add a pool,” Whitehair said. “Sound too good to be true? This is Vegas. Nothing’s too good to be true.”

Pool clubs start operating in late March, but check ahead for details of what’s opening when. 

 

Clubs

“Hellooo, you’re in Vegas. So that means premier nightclubs and lots of them,” Whitehair said. “From Vegas fave Omnia at Caesars Palace to the ever-popular XS and Hakkasan, you’ll have plenty of top-name EDM deejays to experience.”

Marquee, Drai’s, Drai’s After Hours and Sayers Club also book the top acts that can truly propel a party.

Depending on when your spring break falls, there’s also a brace of brand-new spots coming this spring: Intrigue at Wynn Las Vegas and Jewel at Aria.

“Intrigue opens in April and takes the place of one of our fave clubs — Tryst,” Whitehair explained. “Jewel is replacing Haze nightclub. We really want to try out one of their five suites located above the dance floor.” 

 

Heather Turk, Tribune Content Solutions

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