For those unfamiliar with NYC nightlife, Marquee is a bling-minded dance club in Chelsea that's survived more than a New York minute by luring hip-hop artists and top-notch DJ talent to its massive club confines that's still a top dance draw after years in the business. Their sister-club spin-off TAO has been a fixture in Vegas nightlife since opening at the Venetian with LAVO ultra-club annex and pool next-door at the Palazzo. TAO has managed to keep its more exclusive pedigree through incorporating high-end celebrity parties and supper club experience to its portfolio that's survived the ever-changing Vegas nightlife market.
Marquee Las Vegas aims to be bigger than any of their previous clubs, spanning a massive 60,000-square feet of space with outdoor ultra pool that hosts summertime preening parties by day that linger into the night inside the attached dance club. A pool with a view, sophisticated daybeds and VIP areas offer glimpses of the strip skyline as well as rotating DJ acts and performers throughout the warmer summer months with more sophisticated crowd than Hard Rock or Encore. Inside, the nightclub exudes a big city feel with bi-level club surrounded in wood-paneled banquettes for bottle service seating and overhang of deco-inspired lamps and grand staircase.
Marquee is owned by Tao Group who operates Tao New York and Las Vegas, Marquee Nightclub, The Stanton Social and Rue 57.
Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub offers an 18-hour all-day and night experience of beach club style pool lounge and late-night dance club with hip-hop, DJ pop and Euro-electronic house music.