We stayed at the Bellagio and got free entry to this nightclub. Quite nice in terms of drinks. They do not serve food at this club and honestly the music was quite okay.More
We stayed at the Bellagio and got free entry to this nightclub. Quite nice in terms of drinks. They do not serve food at this club and honestly the music was quite okay.MoreShow less
Komal, thank you for taking the time to write this review and we are pleased you had a nice evening at The Bank! We hope you visit us again.
it was convenient to go to The bank after hyde since we were staying at the bellagio. One free drink per lady and the music was ok.
Night club like others. First drink free only for ladies. Small dance floor. Music like inr a house party not a night club.
Popped in because we could FOC being hotel guests. Was very poncy - very similar to a night out in Chelsea I would guess with those with more money than sense. All a bit too young for us & not our style of music, much better at the music bar in the centre of the hotel - way more relaxed!
Went here on my last night in Vegas and was denied entry for what i was wearing Jeans and dress shirt but they didn't like my shoes so i was refused. However when i enquired about getting table service they were going to allow me in but decided against it. This was the only place I was refused entry extremely disappointed and will never stay at the Bellagio if this is the way you are treated. Vegas is a tourist destination and if they treat international tourist like this you will lose out.
The club itself is very nice. Cleanest bathrooms I've ever seen in a club. They are very strict about alcohol... if you appear intoxicated, you are not getting in! If I'd paid $15-20 for a night at a club, I would have been thrilled!
My issue was with their night "hosted by " Bruno Mars. We paid $60. The ad and ticket said 10:30-1am, hosted by Bruno Mars. Now, we didn't expect a concert. We though he'd sing a song or two, and maybe announce a few of his own songs off and on. Not huge expectations. We got in at 10:30. Bruno Mars finally appeared around 12:50, said hey, and stood on the balcony behind his bouncers. No more words, no songs (not even by the DJ). We waited until 1:40am before finally leaving. The audience had been having a blast dancing before he came. His arrival led to an expectation that he'd do something. The crowd stopped dancing and were watching him expectantly. We were up top, and you could literally see the energy deflate.
If you're going to claim and charge for someone to be hosting, they should do a little more than say hey and send their bodyguards to stand at the balcony. Deceptive advertising. Too bad... like I said, if we were there just as a dance club at a more reasonable price, I would be singing it's praises!