As a guest to THEHotel at Mandalay Bay, you are just steps away from some of the hottest clubs that the Las Vegas Strip has to offer. While staying at THEHotel, you will have full access to the facilities, restaurants, and great night life that Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino has to offer!
Foundation Room: One of the most exclusive clubs in town, you are not likely to find Foundation Room in any cheesy travel brochure. This lounge, a part of the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay, is mostly reserved for private events or members’ only access. However, on Monday nights the Foundation Room is open to the public with “Godspeed” Mondays. To get to Foundation room, you must take a private elevator tp the 43rd floor. Don’t forget to dress your best because this club will be hard to get into. The best way to enjoy all the benefits that Foundation Room has to offer is by renting it out for a private gathering. There is a banquet hall, several lounge areas, a fireplace, and the staff at Foundation Room will accommodate pretty much any request!
House of Blues: Now located at Mandalay Bay, the House of Blues has become one of the most famous music venues in the country. With nearly a dozen locations nationwide, House of Blues is a staple when it comes to live music. This trendy rock hall is a small venue with some big sound! Famous musicians such as Stevie Nicks, B.B. King, and Bob Dylan have played at the Las Vegas location.
Rumjungle: Rumjungle is unique in style compared to other familiar clubs on the Strip. Unlike many Las Vegas nightclubs that can be pretentious at times, Rumjungle is warm and inviting. With loud rhythmic music that seems to draw in the passersby, Rumjungle stakes its claim as a club with specialty rum drinks and a colorful jungle theme. From the moment you enter, you realize that this club is nothing more than one big friendly party. No secluded booths, just a big open area with dancers and percussionists hanging above your head. The high-energy environment is exciting and fast-paced with the majority of the guests dancing and having a unique and rhythmic experience.
Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce: Visiting Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce is like a trip back in time. Set up like an old speakeasy, this small club is a refreshing change from many of the mega-nightclub experiences that exist all over the Las Vegas Strip. This small intimate club offers subtle music and even a few showgirls. Dancers get on table and perform seductive dance routines. Small tables are set up just like in a traditional ‘20s and ‘30s style club you may have seen in a movie.