Chateau nightclub in the Paris Hotel and Casino opened with a bang on March 5th, 2012, hosting celebrity Djs and rap superstar Drake. The nightclub and all its counterparts are part of a major publicity boost to the aging casino, which is now home to the newest attraction on the Las Vegas Strip. Officially titled Chateau Nightclub and Gardens, the multi level addition is located smack dab on the sidewalks of the Strip directly in front of Paris. The street level is home to the Sugar Factory, a celebrity (such as Kim Kardashian) favorite for high end sweets, and a French style Brasserie specializing in authentic French nibbles (not to be confused with the popular Mon Ami Gabi, the other French restaurant on the sidewalks of Paris).
Follow the winding gothic wrought iron staircase up to the
second level and the party really gets going. Chateau Nightclub is
the only club in Las Vegas with Strip access, meaning you do't have
to trek through the casino to wait in line. The second floor club
spans an impressive 45,000 square feet, with the DJ booth located on
top of a massive 10 foot tall marble fire place. The interior of
Chateau is done up with traditional French flair, complete with gold
plating, mirrors and chandeliers. Step out onto the Strip side patio
(the Gardens) and wave to the people down below on the sidewalk.
This outdoor haven will be open during the day under the pretense of
a beer garden, and at night is transformed into and extension of the
Chateau is taking a bold step away from the many combination day club/nightclub themed parties that are dominating Las Vegas summers. Although Chateau doesn’t have the requisite day pool, they are banking that their Strip side beer garden will be enough to bring the thirsty tourists knocking at their door.
Aside from all these additions to the already popular nightclub, Chateau still boasts many of the themes that make a nightclub spectacular. Go-go dancers prance around in tiny French maid outfits, a giant LED screen frames the DJ booth with flashes of French masterpieces of art. Whimsical furniture is dotted throughout the club making for a unique bottle service experience. The dance floor is surrounded by six full service bars, each offering classic and specialty cocktails. And most importantly, in a town that is putting it's name on the map as one of the most impressive music destinations in the world, Chateau fully plans on following the trend of bringing celebrity DJs, such as Samantha Ronson, and other giants of the nightclub industry.