Topping the list of hottest clubs in the country is Caesar's Palace's contribution to Vegas nightlife, Pure. Financially and jointly backed by several celebrities, including Celine Dion, Shaquille O'Neal, Steffi Graff and Andre Agassi, Pure nightclub offers 36,000 square feet of unbeatable party action that continues to draw thousands of tourists and beautiful people.
Like many Las Vegas clubs, Pure's excitement is multi-level. With two stories of space offering guests four separate environments to suit their every mood. The calming dominant shades of cream, ivory, blue and silver are occasionally
punctuated with a shot of color from theatrical lights that only adds to the ambiance.
But Pure has taken the concept of 'see and be seen' just one step
further, creating generously sized seating with the clever placement
beds around the dance floor.
The Red Room, however, is where the real action takes place. This is Pure's
VIP room, roped off from the main club, with its own bar and restrooms
and draped in tones of champagne and red. Chandeliers
walls cradle booths that pull double duty as celebrity cocoons of
Pure's 14,000 square foot terrace level can only be reached by ascending a spiral staircase that seems to support a never-ending line of eager guests. But even the mundane task of waiting your turn for Terrace admission affords a spectacular view of the city that holds your attention. The dynamic Terrace space does not disappoint, with an oval-shaped dance floor, private cabanas and a very busy bar, making the Terrace a year-round favorite outdoor destination that assaults your senses with cascading waterfalls, walls of fire, a far-as-the-eye-can-see view of the Strip and yet another massive dance floor.
Another exclusive 'perk' at Pure nightclub is The Pussycat Dolls
Lounge, where scantily-clad, toned and tanned dancers express
themselves in new and creative ways. It's not unusual for a
celeb to hop on stage as a surprise guest, including well known
tinsel town residents like Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani and
Eva Longoria. If you're looking for peace and quite, keep
walking past the doors of Pure. But if your idea of a hot night
on the town includes celebrity sightings, dancing to the beats
of the hippest DJs, and partying with thousands of your 'close'
friends, you won't want to miss Pure. Tuesday nights are really
jammin' and Fridays often reveal surprise DJs, like DJ Jazzy
Jeff, spinning the coolest tracks.