FIRST LOOK: The new nightclub and dayclub at Resorts World Las Vegas

 

Resorts World has partnered with the Singapore’s Zouk Group on a nightclub and several “lifestyle and entertainment spaces” for the brand new resort on the Las Vegas Strip.

The Zouk Group’s work in Singapore will play into a Southeast Asia-inspired beach club, a luxury nightclub, a new-style social gaming bar and an Asian-influenced vibe dining venue at Resorts World.

 

 

Zouk Nightclub is set to be the most technically advanced nightclub in Las Vegas. It will be the first nightclub to open since KAOS Nightclub opened and closed at the Palms in 2019. This time around, with Zouk Group's longevity and experience in the nightlife industry, the turnout promises to be much more positive.

 

 

AYU Dayclub will be an outdoor pool area inspired by Southeasy Asian islands. As daytime parties gain popularity year after year, its a no-brainer that Resorts World will want to entice customers to their new casino by offering them an elevated day club experience from a trusted and recognized brand. 

Andrew Li, CEO of Zouk Group, first hinted at the partnership a year ago and it has come a long way since. Li promises to be on track for "one of the biggest openings in a decade for Vegas".

 

 

Along with the Zouk nightclub and AYU Dayclub, Zouk Group will also introduce their Fuhu Restaurant and RedTail Bar to Resorts World.

Resorts World is scheduled to open in 2021. Additional details and schedule of performances will be released in the coming months.