In adherence with State of Nevada restrictions for nightclubs, Hakkasan Nightclub will pivot from its regular offerings and will resume operations as a lounge in a unique socially distant environment. Reservations are required for hotel and non-hotel guests. No general admission is permitted under current local restrictions.
“This is a very positive first step in returning to normal business operations and bringing additional staff back to work.” said Derek Silberstein, Executive Vice President of Food & Beverage at Hakkasan Group. “The re-opening of OMNIA’s Terrace and Wet Republic on March 5 was a great start. With Liquid Pool Lounge at ARIA reopening March 12, then Hakkasan Nightclub’s reopening and our latest restaurant offering, Casa Calavera’s grand opening in Virgin Hotels Las Vegas towards the end of March, Hakkasan Group will have welcomed back over 350 colleagues to Las Vegas’s hospitality sector this month alone. We look forward to announcing further re-openings in the near future that will equate to additional jobs for our industry.”
With health and safety protocols at the forefront, the venue has moved to a touchless menu system via scannable QR code from cell phones. VIP tables will be separated to allow for physical distancing and rigorous cleaning plans will also be implemented.
Hakkasan Las Vegas is a 10,000-square-foot experience located in the heart of the nightlife mecca. Located steps above the main dining room, the third level is adorned in soothing blue hues combined with a stunning custom LED media ribbon that wraps the perimeter of the ceiling creating an electrifying and breathtaking space. The club exudes a modern flow enhanced with 26 private seating areas sprawled across the room, a custom DJ booth and two bars of illuminated blue glass and steel which all add to its sense of style and edge.