Hours:Tuesday-Wednesday, Friday-Sunday, 11 p.m. to close.
Cover price: Front of the Line admission from $40.00. VIP table and bottle packages available from $448.35.
Payment information: Cash and all major credit cards accepted.
Location: Located inside the Palazzo.
Music: House, mash-ups and hip-hop.
Resident DJs: DJ talent rotates.
Age Group: 21 and older.
Attire: Fashionable nightlife attire.
Lavo has established itself as the perfect complement to a Vegas night out. While it is heavily influenced by a cultural theme and has a lounge and restaurant in addition to the nightclub, the walk upstairs takes you to a realm that has an outstanding unique quality.
The beauty of Lavo’s Moroccan bathhouse theme can be seen before you reach the actual club. After climbing the first set of stairs you are swept away to another world as you walk across a catwalk over the restaurant/lounge area where there are 16 sinks with brass faucets continuously flowing water.
Going up the last set of stairs you see one of the only two painted walls in the entire club. Both walls (the other is located on the back wall of the club) feature paintings of nude women similar to what might be seen in a bathhouse.
When you get to the top of the stairs you instantly gain a view of the entire club. You will see intricate tile work from the floor to the ceiling, leather walls and chandeliers that are similar to the ones found in the Moroccan royal family’s house.
The walls are mostly black with the exception of several mirror-like tile displays that help balance the light in the room. The chandeliers in the back of the club give off an orange glow and the dome over the middle of the dance floor can emit a number of colors or graphic displays, giving a touch of technology to an otherwise classic theme.
Lavo is small in comparison to some of Las Vegas’s megaclubs but that is part of its appeal. Many guests enjoy the food at the restaurant downstairs then move to the patio or lounge area earlier in the night. When the club opens it’s time to go upstairs to the enchanting and luxurious decor that has been imported from the exotic Moroccan theme.
Lavo does a great job of mixing things up too. The events and special appearances at the club make it a popular destination and are part of the reason why it is one of the few nightclubs on the Strip to be open six days a week.