If hotels-within-hotels were the running theme of 2016, clubs-within-clubs are the way forward. And the Living Room, a private space inside Intrigue at Wynn Las Vegas, is leading the charge.
The Living Room’s existence isn’t so much a secret as it is a hidden gem. The venue purposely remains low-key, minimizing excess marketing and promoting exclusivity without the pretense that often comes with Las Vegas nightlife.
Rooms bathed in creams and gold, a DJ that spins only vinyl, private bathrooms, a separate entrance into Intrigue, plush couches and lockers for guests to store premium bottles are just some of the luxurious amenities the Living Room has to offer.
The Living Room isn’t your run-of-the-mill bar, lounge or nightclub on the Strip. At its core, the venue is a place for guests to socialize and enjoy nightlife at their own leisure. The atmosphere encourages people to be in the moment. There’s an enforced no-social media or photography policy, and guests happily tuck their phones away to enjoy the ambiance.
The venue is members-only, or through invitation, but on Thursdays it opens to night industry insiders, local influencers and out-of-town patrons. They’re welcome to kick back in the Living Room before making their way into Intrigue’s main area to enjoy one of Wynn’s popular DJs.