Always a Great Night.
Some of the best music of any night club i've ever been to. always have a great time. I go to vegas 5-7 times a year. and we've had bottle services at EVERY club in town. but we always finish the weekend off with a table at Rev. its always fun. great people running the place. great scenary. you'll love it.
A Low Class Bikini Bar.
This is the worst night club I have ever been to. Within the first 5 minutes, I witnessed a bar fight. A drunk guy attacked someone's wife. Bunch of under age drunk kids on VIP tables were rude enough to attack every woman and the gorillas were there to protect them. I promised the manager to write this review for his club, but he couldn't care less.
Not worth... a $5 cover charge let alone $20!.
We had friends in town and some how ended up at Revolution. At first glance... sweet bar and interesting set up. Once you get past the PRICEY PRICEY cover charge (local or out-of-towner) the "ultra" lounge was not worth the money in addition to the tab of ridiculously priced drinks. Hopefully it was just a slow Saturday night (no such thing in Vegas) but the DJ pretty much sucked it up. If it only takes an apple laptop to be considered a DJ - Sign ME UP! No skills needed. I think the only way to have a good time there is to be on the cusp of blacking out or know someone who can get you in for free after midnight. There are better ultra lounges here in Vegas!
The Best Night Ever!!!!.
I chose to come to Revolution after waiting for hours in the line outside of Jet. I was quckly attracted to their reasonable botte prices and their large interactive table that kept my entire group occupied for the duration of the night. After meeting one of the VIP Hosts outside, he explained the bottle service to me and I opted to go along with it. I purchased 3 topshelf bottles and was amazed by how inexpensive the bill was at the end. I will say that the conisitent customer service of all the employees was impressive, but I'd most like to point out how well Dan Kramer, our VIP Host, treated us. He made sure we were taken care of every step of the way. I figured the least I could do was give him some credit and recommend that anyone who wants a GREAT night out in Vegas uses him. Here is all of his contact info (straight off his business card):
Lead VIP Host
I'm confident he will take care of you just as well as he took care of me.
I didn't go inside because the doorman tried to charge me $20 to get inside - AND I am local, AND I was staying at the Mirage IN the Penthouse AND I am a female. Still, tried to charge me a cover to get into what seemed to be kind of a lame spot from the outside looking in. I don't know what this lounge is doing on a "best no cover night spot" list.
Very classy place to chill.
After seeing the endless line at the Jet, we decided to go to the Evolution instead. It is very easy to find, as a huge neon sign with pink alphabets saying E-V-O-L-U-T-I-O-N in the middle of Mirage. The doorman was really friendly. Go-go dancers will greet you while dancing within the 'O's part of the neon sign. You will find lots of seating where people can actually socialize (unlike other clubs where you will have to pay $200 for a bottle to sit down). Bartenders were nice and the music was really good. People were civilized, well dressed, young yet mature. Best of all, there was NO-line up. Oh, did i mention the gigantic sink where men and ladies will share in the restroom. Very nice if you want to meet real people and chill.
The marriage between the Beatles and Cirque du Soleil spawns a psychedelic, interactive lounge.. In Short Even though this is a trippy, Beatles-inspired lounge--the eye candy includes thousands of glass squares hanging from the ceiling, twinkling in "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" fashion--guests won't hear non-stop Beatles playing from the rafters. DJ's here spin funky lounge remixes, house, new wave, rock and Brit pop in an ever-changing hue of color as patrons swill espresso martinis and play at interactive tables. Seating includes curvy loveseats and pink bean bags.