When you go to Las Vegas, one of the biggest draws of the city is the nightclubs.
The Strip is populated with hundreds of bars, and the top tiers have access to premier rooftop locations.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable rooftop experience, you need to know which places you can’t miss when sampling the nightlife of Las Vegas.
These rooftop options are the crème of the crop when it comes to nightlife and the famous Las Vegas view.
Here are 15 Vegas Rooftop Bars You Have to Visit!
If you enjoy good food and drinks (of course you do), you’ll want to check out Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay. They have live music, the best quality drinks, and a spectacular rooftop view to top it all off.
The bar is filled with their “Nightlife Goddesses,” who are beautiful and scantily clad permanent denizens of the bar. Party the night away with these visions of beauty and enjoy happy hour as well as bottle service throughout the night.
Ghostbar Rooftop Lounge
Looking for a more intimate, laid back vibe? Head over to Ghostbar at the Palms hotel and enjoy the gorgeous views and décor. Of course, they do bottle service with no lines and private areas, and they also can host special events like bachelorette parties in their exclusive event sections.
Their bar is 8,000 square feet in size with a panoramic view, so you have plenty of space to enjoy the house music and top tier drinks on top of the view. They’re open Wednesday through Saturday and have live entertainment most nights, so you won’t want to miss out.
Commonwealth and its secret counterpart, the Laundry Room speakeasy, is a must-visit location if you love pub atmospheres and unique experiences. The cocktail bar boasts exceptionally talented mixologists who can make drinks to your tastes based on your favorite flavors.
While the rooftop bar is gorgeous and cozy, the real draw is the Laundry Room, which can only be accessed by texting a reservation to their secret number.
The intimate, personal vibe is perfect for small parties of close friends who want an experience unlike any other. Commonwealth will also host private events on the rooftop portion of their establishment, and they hold their events nightly, like trivia and live music.
If you want a remarkable experience at one of the most iconic locations in Las Vegas, definitely try out Cheri Rooftop (formally Chateau). The 14,000 square-foot bar is situated under the Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower, so you’re dancing the night away in French style.
The venue is upbeat and high-energy, with beautiful views of the Las Vegas skyline from their prime rooftop location, including the Fountains of Bellagio.
They offer exclusive deals on Las Vegas bachelorette parties and offer receptions as large as 1,500 people for those who are looking to have a private event hosted.
Carson Kitchen is a cozy restaurant and bar with a rooftop patio, offering what they call “playful interpretations” of American comfort food. This iconic restaurant is off the Strip, meaning it’s out of the way of the hectic, most densely populated areas of Las Vegas.
Enjoy the indoor bar, the kitchen expo counter, or head up to the rooftop, where a second full bar is available.
They also have a courtyard open with a lava rock fire pit, part of the old John E. Carson Hotel, which houses Carson Kitchen and several other establishments.
In the Delano Las Vegas, on the 64th floor, sits the beautiful Skyfall Lounge, a rooftop experience that you have to see for yourself.
The journey is as exciting as the destination; you take a glass elevator up to the 64th floor and watch the beautiful view fly by.
They pride themselves on their easygoing atmosphere, a far cry from the upbeat, hectic attitude of most clubs on the Strip. Their music is eclectic at times, but the vibes are what you would hope for if you’re going for a more laid back night. They serve food as well as artisan cocktails and offer a full view of Las Vegas on their rooftop bar.
VooDoo Lounge (Closed)
VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub and Lounge call themselves the “wildest” nightlife destination in Las Vegas, and they’re not exaggerating.
Their live DJ plays music on the rooftop patio while you take in the view of the Las Vegas city skyline. Their bartenders are trained to serve specialty cocktails that you can’t get anywhere else, drinks like the Witch Doctor, which is world-famous for its dry ice topping.
If you’re hungry, they’re located above the VooDoo Steakhouse, where you can get a top-quality steak before heading up for drinks and music on the roof.
Run by the Hakkasan Group, Omnia Nightclub at the Caesars Palace is an experience unlike any other. Grab a VIP table to sit with an exclusive view of their famous chandelier, or sit in their beautiful rooftop garden to view Las Vegas in a new way.
The bar totals out at a massive 75,000 square feet dance floor, rooftop, and gorgeous mezzanine and main room.
The live music features well-known artists, and the dance floor has more than enough room for everyone. If you’re looking for a high-energy experience that extends up to the rooftop, Omnia is your place.
108 Drinks bar is located in the SkyPod of the STRAT and is perfect for a VIP, extravagant experience. They offer a true 360-degree view of Las Vegas from their rooftop location, supplemented by signature cocktails made by highly talented bartenders.
Be sure to check out the Happy Hour Mon-Thu 3 pm to 7 pm.
They also provide appetizers for any hungry patrons, served sky-high. On any given night, a live DJ will complement the atmosphere of the high-class bar and provide the backdrop for your fantastic experience.
Near the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino sits Topgolf, a Vegas sports bar with exclusive temperature-controlled bays and HDTVs throughout.
Top Golf in Las Vegas features a rooftop pool, VIP cabanas, a concert venue, 120+ hitting bays, and 5 bars.
You don’t have to be good at golf to enjoy this sports bar; you have to enjoy good drinks and a high-energy, games-centric atmosphere.
If you’re a fan of underground house and dance music, you have to visit Terrace Afterhours, one of the top rooftop bars in Las Vegas.
Their claim to fame is playing even past sunrise into the morning hours so that your party can continue through the night and into the next day.
They open at 2:30 AM when most clubs are getting ready to wind down, so you can head there if you want to continue your adventure after the typical hours.
Beer Park by Budweiser is not your typical rooftop club sitting on the Strip. This sports bar features cold beer, excellent food, and any sports of your choice spread across the HDTVs throughout the bar.
They feature the top sporting events of each season, including baseball, football, MMA, and many others.
For the more playful visitors, they offer giant Jenga, giant Connect Four, and foosball to play on their premises while you watch the latest sporting event on TV. They also offer brunch on weekends for those who want to visit earlier and are open for lunch if you’re going to catch an early sporting event or have some delicious food.
A bar, lounge, and nightclub all in one, Inspire is a three-level delight that features multiple bars amid live music and a thriving dance floor.
Their rooftop bar, situated on the third floor above Fremont Street, can be reserved for private parties or just experienced as a VIP, with full-service cocktails and beers.
They also have a balcony on their second floor to experience the view from a different angle. They also feature a private theater for private events and performances, and their ground floor bar has a great neighborhood vibe as you people-watch the passersby.
Hotel Bar – Rooftop Bar
This cocktail lounge set on the 23rd floor of the Waldorf Astoria is a sophisticated but still exciting experience. Try out the Hotel Bar’s unique bar snacks or delicious signature cocktails prepared by mixologists from across the world.
The view of the strip is fantastic; you can see just about everything from their rooftop.
This bar is a must-visit for those who are looking for an elegant, quieter experience.
Drai’s Beachclub and Nightclub
Drai’s is well known for its star-studded list of performers on its live music roster, and equally as well known for its gorgeous rooftop bar.
They have both indoor and outdoor areas for you to enjoy, and the performers kick off after midnight. Keep in mind that the club is very active, so you’ll want to get there early and get a good spot for the performance or purchase a VIP table with bottle service or cabana during pool hours.