New Details on Drai’s at Las Vegas Casino

Nightlife impresario Victor Drai new club at the Cromwell in Las Vegas will be open 24/7. Drai promises a change from many dayclubs and nightclubs, which have become showcases for high-priced DJs.

Club will open Memorial Day

Drai’s, the 24/7 rooftop club that will open Memorial Day weekend at the newly christened Cromwell in Las Vegas, will “usher in a new era for nightlife and daylife in Las Vegas,” club owner Victor Drai told the Las Vegas Sun. “We are creating a 360-degree experience. Wherever you turn, you will be awed by the design, the technology, the music, the service and, most importantly, the experience. We have designed the club to be visual, sensual, sexy and social.

“It’s a one-of-a-kind concept with the best vantage point in the city,” Drai said. “We’ll be the only club in town with unobstructed sun and fun from sunrise to sunset.”

He also said it would be more than “a large-music venue for million-dollar DJs.”

The two-story, 65,000-square-foot club will crown the 11-story boutique hotel, recently named the Cromwell. The former Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall was supposed to have been rebranded as a Gansevoort hotel. Then Massachusetts gaming regulators learned that a Gansevoort investor may have ties to Russian organized crime. When the news came to light, Caesars Entertainment was forced to withdraw its bid for a Massachusetts casino license.  It also put an end to the plan for a Gansevoort hotel in Las Vegas.

The lower level of Drai’s will feature two large pools and 10 bungalows and cabanas with their own private pools. The mezzanine will include 15 cabanas, a third private pool, and five VIP bungalows with views of the Strip.