It doesn't happen often (does it?), so doing it right is key. You're going to Vegas, you've got two nights and only so many hours to party, so...like I said...do it right. Get tables. Get bottle service. Live it up. Enjoy the dancers. Dance in the confetti. Stay out until breakfast. Heck, stay out past breakfast. It's Vegas!
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The music starts in the morning and lasts till almost sunrise the following day at Marquee, which bills itself as both a dayclub and nightclub. Beginning before noon, revelers gather around the club’s pool, at the heart of the 60,000-square-foot rooftop space. Along the infinity edge, eight cabanas invite you to sit back and relax as some of the world’s top DJs spin. When the sun sets, the party doesn’t stop as Marquee transforms into the Strip’s hottest nightclub.
Choose from house music, the mixed offerings of the “Boom Box,” or slip away to the discreet library. Whichever part of the club you pick, you can sip cocktails while watching the party in front of you or taking in the views of Vegas through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Music is also in the air at another space in the Cosmopolitan, the 40,000-square-foot Chelsea concert hall, where the calendar is crowded with performances by top country, pop, and rock artists.