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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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THE BASICS

For those not "in the know," that's ok. We all started somewhere. That said, here's answers to common questions we've received from people.

Should you have questions not addressed here, please feel free to contact us and we'll do our best to answer.

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General

What if I have extra people in my party?

Notify us ahead of time! Larger parties may require a table with additional space and a difference in reservation minimum.

Empower us to accommodate you! Be up front with your host and ensure the best possible outcome. We will do our best to reasonably accommodate your party.

I have people showing up later. How do I get them in?

This is best handled with your on-site VIP host. If you booked a table that can accommodate late additions, your guests may check in at the table reservation line under the party name or get ahold of your VIP host for entry.

Will I have to wait in line?

There is always a chance of a line. To avoid a wait, coordinate an arrival time with your Vegas Club Life contact and arrive on time to ensure your entry is as swift as possible!

How much are bottles?

On average, bottles start at $500 and do not include tax and gratuity. One bottle typically accommodates a party of four people.

Dayclubs and nightclubs may offer specials. Contact Vegas Club Life to ensure we secure the right deal for you and your party!

Was my card charged twice?

Most of the time, one of the charges will say "pending." This means the card was initially authorized to ensure your account can cover the charge. The pending charge traditionally drops off in 3-5 business days.

For anything appearing afterwards, we ask that you please contact the venue directly to expedite the process, since we are not authorized to discuss these details on your behalf.

Is smoking allowed?

Yes.

Can we smoke marijuana at your club, since Nevada passed recreational laws?

No. All day and nightclubs operate under federal and national laws, not state laws.

I lost my ID. Can you get me in?

In short, no.

The Nevada Gaming Control Board oversees the licensing for hotel casinos and is very strict about ID verification. Clubs have been shut down permanently for allowing underage entrance. You must have a government issued picture-ID.

Expired licenses and paper copies, even those from the DMV, are NOT acceptable forms of ID. Bring a backup ID, like a passport. Traveling from outside the US? You MUST bring a passport, as international IDs are generally not accepted.

In some rare occasions, if the patron doesn't plan on paying for anything using a credit or debt card and is visibly over 40 years of age, venue staff may make an exception. Please contact us BEFORE arriving to address any questions you may have.

I lost my ID, debit card, and/or other belongings. Where can I recover them?

In most instances, anything turned in will be sent to the hotel's lost and found department.

Personal items such as credit cards and IDs are more often turned in to the venue's security desk. This is typically done at the end of an employee's shift, so patrons have a greater likelihood of recovering lost items more quickly.

Daylife

Is there re-entry?

Most pools offer this, unless it's a holiday weekend or particularly busy night. You may request a stamp that allows for re-entry, and it is never guaranteed. Every pool is different. Ask your Vegas Club Life host and we'll do our best to make your experience a breeze.

Do dayclubs serve food?

All dayclubs serve food and have a wide range of menu items.

What NOT to wear

Here's a list of common things that may deny your entry when going to a dayclub:

Baggy clothing
Basketball shorts
Hotel robes
Large backpacks
Large chains & medallions
Jeans & jean shorts
Socks with sandals
Sports jerseys
Sweat pants
A-shirts of any color

Contact us if you have any questions.

What NOT to bring

Here's a list of common things that may deny your entry when going to a dayclub:

Candy
Chewing gum
Cologne & perfume
Eye drops
Firearms
Knives & utility tools
Mace
Medication without approval
Outside cups & containers
Outside food & drinks
Outside towels
Photography equipment & large cameras
Syringes

Contact us if you have any questions.

Nightlife

What time should I arrive?

Nightclubs typically open around 10:30 PM. In order to beat the crowds and secure the best spot, arrive as early to opening as possible.

If you've booked a table with us, arrive at the time your host has given you to ensure your group is sat at the best table available and on time.

Is there re-entry?

Most nightclubs offer this, unless it's a holiday weekend or particularly busy night. Every club is different. Ask your Vegas Club Life host and we'll do our best to help!

Do nightclubs serve food?

Most nightclubs do not serve food since smoking is legal inside of casinos and nightclubs.

What NOT to wear

Here's a list of common things that may deny your entry when going to a nightclub:

Athletic gear & apparel & jerseys
Athletic shoes & Jordans
Baggy clothing
Beanies & hats
Large chains & medallions
Offensive prints on clothing
Sandals
Shorts & capris
Smart glasses & wearable technology
Sneakers
T-shirts
Torn & cutoff clothing

Contact us if you have any questions.

What NOT to bring

Here's a list of common things that may deny your entry when going to a nightclub:

Chewing gum
Controlled substances
Eye drops
Liquids
Outside food & drink
Over the counter medications
Prescription medications
Professional cameras & GoPros
Selfie sticks
Supplements
Vaporizers & e-cigarettes
Weapons

Contact us if you have any questions.

"I saw someone show up to the pool wearing shorts. Nothing weird about that, right? They got turned away. Swim suits only, no regular shorts allowed. They had to go back to their hotel and change while their friends walked in. If I didn't know ahead of time, that would've been me... and showing up after your group's already walked in isn't easy either. Seems so trivial but Vegas Club Life helped me avoid a major headache. Thank you."
- Alan L.

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