You know your night is going to be phenomenal when you’re partying at a top Las Vegas hotel. But even if Marquee Nightclub weren’t inside The Cosmopolitan, the club would stand on its own. Not only is the talent exceptional, but it offers one of the best clubbing experiences in town.
And if you’re looking for a nightclub that’ll give you the biggest bang for your buck, Marquee is it! You’ll get fantastic DJs and hip-hop artists as well as excellent pricing on tables. But what Marquee is most known for is throwing a great party, especially on Monday nights.
So in this guide, we’re going to cover everything you need to know about this top nightclub, including tickets, guest list, bottle service, tables, and pricing estimates. Let’s get to it!
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- Dress Code
- Guest List
- How Much Is Table Service At Marquee In Las Vegas?
- Bottle Service Prices
- How To Calculate The Total Bottle Service Cost
- Total Cost Calculation
- What You Get With A Marquee Bottle Service Reservation
- Marquee Table Map
- Best Table Locations At Marquee Las Vegas
- Best Value Tables
- Worst Table Locations
- Budget-Friendly Tables
- Marquee Bottle Price List
- Bottle Service Presentations
Marquee Nightclub: Overview
The venue offers a fantastic indoor/outdoor experience. In fact, it’s one of the best-designed clubs in Vegas. I love it so much that it’s the only nightclub I make a beeline to the outside area the second I arrive.
It’s just got a cool vibe with its intimate setting and low-level lights. Frankly, it almost makes you forget you’re on The Strip. But if you do happen to look out beyond the club, you’ll see one of the most beautiful views of Las Vegas Blvd.
Inside, you’ll find the club to have a more European-type feel. It’s dark and moody with a heavy focus on music. You’ll get a nice mix of EDM and hip-hop here too.
Marquee Is For Music Lovers
If you’re big into music, you’ll instantly recognize the DJ talent. But, if you’re more of a casual listener, you probably won’t have a clue. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing either.
At times, the powerhouse DJs (like Calvin and Tiesto) have repetitive sets, which can get a little annoying. But, at Marquee, that’s not the case. You’ll get lots of variety with fresh and unique mixes. No cookie-cutter DJ sets here!
On the other hand, the artist and rapper talent is a different story. Marquee has some of the most notable hip-hop performers, including Travis Scott and French Montana.
- Nights Open: Monday, Friday, and Saturday
- Hours: 10:30 pm – 4:00 am
- Bottle Service: $600 – $4,000
- Music: EDM and Hip-Hop
- DJs: DJ Ruckus, DJ Mustard, DJ Vice, Dash Berlin, French Montana, Travis Scott, Don Diablo and more
- Special Events: Marquee Mondays and Halfway to EDC
You’ll find Marquee inside the Cosmopolitan hotel at 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd.
If you’re getting dropped off at the Main Valet, walk past the first set of escalators. Keep walking until you see the Chandelier bar. (You can’t miss it – it’s two million crystals of pink light spanning three floors.)
From here, take the escalators up to the second floor. Turn right off the elevator and then right again. The entrance to Marquee will be in front of you.
The dress code at Marquee Nightclub is like all nightclubs in Vegas, with one exception. No t-shirts. The Tao Group owns Marquee, and they’re opposed to anyone wearing one. It’s best not even to try it. So dress up, and you’ll get in just fine.
- Guys: a button-up shirt with pants (jeans are okay) and dress shoes is the outfit of choice. Please remember that hats, sneakers, or clothing with sports teams logos are not allowed.
- Ladies: wearing a dress and heels is recommended. You can also get away with jeans and a nice top. In short, you can wear just about anything as long as your shoes look nice.
Who Should Buy Tickets
If you don’t want bottle service and you’re a guy or a group of men, buying tickets is your best option. (It’s also your only option.)
Purchasing tickets online will get you the best deal as ticket prices are usually higher at the door. You can get your tickets from Marquee’s official website. But don’t wait too long; presale tickets are available for a limited time.
Tickets are also a good option for ladies not on the guest list. Or if you’re past the Marquee guest list entry time (usually midnight or 1:00 am).
Marquee Las Vegas Ticket Prices
Tickets are around $20 for ladies and $30-$40 for guys, but this varies depending on the night. Please note that these are the presale ticket prices. At the door, the cover charge is often higher.
Marquee Nightclub offers a guest list almost every Monday, Friday, and Saturday night. If you’re on the list, you’ll get into the club for free. Here are the current list rules.
- Ladies: free entry before 1:00 am
- Guys: free entrance into the club before midnight with an even ratio of women to men
Although Marquee’s guest list offers free entry for a few hours, it’s a good idea to still arrive around 10:30 pm. If you come later than this, you risk a line forming and a potentially longer wait time. If you ask us, we’d rather be inside the club than outside waiting in line!
Also, be sure to contact a Marquee promoter by 6 pm on the day you wish to attend so that he can get you on the list.
Guest list reservations close a few hours before the club’s opening which means you can’t just walk up to the club and ask to get on it. Your name must be on the list for entry.
Marquee Bottle Service
Sometimes people sleep on Marquee. They get so focused on the top-name EDM artists that they overlook the club entirely. And the funny thing is they’d likely have a better time at Marquee because their money goes a lot further.
For instance, you can get a dance floor table for thousands less than at XS or Omnia. And, because Marquee attracts a FANTASTIC crowd and brings in some excellent DJs, it’s our top pick for the best bang for your buck!
How Much Is Table Service At Marquee In Las Vegas?
In general, the pricing for Marquee Las Vegas table service is as follows. Please note that rates are subject to change and may be higher on holiday or event weekends. Additionally, the prices listed are minimum spends only.
Bottle Service Prices
Patio Table: $600+ (5 guests)
Patio Table (large): $1,000+ (10 guests)
Boom Box Room Table: $600+ (5 guests) – table located downstairs in Marquee’s hip-hop room
Boom Box Room Table (large): $1,100+ (10 guests) – table located downstairs in Marquee’s hip-hop room
Cloud Room Table: $1,100+ (10 guests)
Cabana: $1,100+ (15 guests)
Back Wall Table: $1,200+ (10 guests)
Elevated Dance Floor Table: $1,500+ (12 guests)
Dance Floor Table: $2,500+ (12 guests)
How To Calculate The Total Bottle Service Cost
Marquee bottle service prices are quoted regarding a minimum spend requirement only. Just like in our pricing example above, each table type has a minimum amount you must buy at the club.
For example, if you book a back wall table with a $1,200 minimum, you’ll need to spend at least $1,200 on bottles. However, it’s important to know that the minimum is not the final price you’ll pay.
All Las Vegas day and nightclubs charge fees on top of the minimum spend. These include the club’s service fee (also known as an admin or venue fee), sales tax, and gratuity. Altogether, these charges add up to approximately 37%. You can use this percentage at all clubs to get a close estimate of the final bottle service price.
Here’s how to calculate the total bottle service cost.
Total Cost Calculation
Back Wall Table: $1,200 minimum
Add: 37% service fee/tax/tip: $444
So around $1,645 is the total price you’ll pay (assuming you don’t go over your minimum spend of $1,200).
What You Get With A Marquee Bottle Service Reservation
Making a bottle service reservation at Marquee in Las Vegas gets you a lot of perks.
- Complimentary and expedited VIP entry
- A cocktail server and busser for your table
- Unlimited and free mixers like juice and tonic water
- Reserved table for the entire night
If bottle service is within your budget, there’s no better way to enjoy Marquee.
Marquee Table Map
Below you’ll find the floor plan for Marquee Nightclub. The map shows the table locations inside Marquee’s Main Room, Cloud Room, and Salon. Please note that table numbers are subject to change.
And, although we’re showing specific table numbers here, Marquee won’t guarantee a location. So, for example, if you reserve a dance floor table, expect a table in the 50s or 60s. If you want to try for a specific table number, though, you can certainly put in a request.
Now, if you’re interested in an outdoor table or cabana, you’ll find these tables located just outside the Cloud Room. They’re not on the map below.
Best Table Locations At Marquee Las Vegas
The best table locations at Marquee Nightclub are any of the dance floor tables. These are tables in the 50s and 60s.
Dance floor tables offer the best view of the DJ since they’re closest to the DJ booth. They’re also right in the action as the tables border the dance floor itself.
The dance floor tables command the highest prices in the club. So you can expect bottle service pricing here to start around $2,500 – $3,500. Quite frankly, this is a steal compared to Omnia or XS’s dance floor booths which on some nights are as high as $15,000 or more.
Best Value Tables
If you’re looking for the best combination of price and table location, then you’ll appreciate our picks for best value tables. Tables in the 30s and 40s (also called elevated dance floor tables) are a great deal.
With these tables, you’ve got some of the best seats in the house – directly behind the dance floor tables. And, you’ll save a lot as compared to the dance floor tables. For example, on a recent night, dance floor tables started at $3,500, but the elevated dance floor booths went for $2,000. That’s a savings of $1,500 for just a few feet difference!
We’re also big fans of the back wall tables. Anytime we do bottle service at Marquee, we opt for these tables. The back wall tables are numbers 21 – 26, 70, and 80s and 90s on the map. Our favorites, though, are tables 21 – 26.
Worst Table Locations
I don’t know if I’d say that there are any bad table locations at Marquee. It just comes down to what type of experience you’d like.
For instance, if you want to be in the action and close to the DJ, you won’t want to reserve a Salon, Cloud Room, or outside patio table. These sections are furthest from the dance floor.
Instead, you’d want to book a Main Room table – so any of the dance floor, elevated booths, or back wall tables would be ideal.
If you want the lowest pricing on bottle service, look no further than tables in the Salon or Cloud Room or on the Patio.
Between the three, we’re big fans of the Cloud Room. Now, although the Cloud Room booths aren’t technically in the Main Room, you’ll still have a bit of a view of the DJ. (This is in contrast to the Salon and Outside Patio tables where you won’t be able to see much of anything.)
There’s also a dance space between the Cloud Bar and the tables, so it’ll feel more like you’re at the party. Plus, you’ll enjoy easy access to Marquee’s outdoor terrace.
On nights when Marquee’s hip-hop rooms are open (the Boom Box Room and The Library), you can get lower prices on bottle service. The Boom Box Room is available on select evenings throughout the year. Prices usually start at $600 here.
The Library, on the other hand, is rarely, if ever, open. But, if it happens to be open, it’s worth checking out.
It’s such a different vibe than any other club in Las Vegas. With its bookcases lining the walls, a real working fireplace, and a pool table, it’s easy to see why it’s named “The Library.” This section is right for you if you want a clubbing spot that’s more chill.
Marquee Bottle Price List
Below is Marquee’s bottle menu. Please note that this menu is for informational purposes only. Although it’s the most current menu, prices and offerings are subject to change.
Bottle Service Presentations
With certain bottle purchases, Marquee will make a big display when bringing out your bottle. (These are also referred to as bottle parades.)
For instance, if you order a bottle presentation from the parade menu, you may get sparklers, LED lights, signs, or flags. There are even lighted birthday cakes and giant cupcakes.
Marquee’s presentations aren’t as over the top as some of the other clubs in Vegas, but they’re still excellent!
And the cool thing about Marquee is that the cocktail servers are often allowed to drink with you. We’re all for this because it makes it feel more like a full-on party when the staff participates in the fun.
What’s Cool About Marquee
Yes, it’s true. If you’re a woman and you’re on Marquee’s guest list, you’ll want to head to the third floor.
Next to the Beauty & Essex restaurant is a complimentary champagne table. Just look for the carpeted area with seating and a cocktail server in a dress. You can’t miss it.
She’ll be handing out free champagne to the ladies before the club opens. We recommend arriving around 10 pm to take full advantage of this freebie. And, sorry gents, this is for women only.
Beauty & Essex Las Vegas
If you’re looking for an excellent dinner spot before heading to Marquee, we highly recommend Beauty & Essex. It’s one of our favorite restaurants in Las Vegas because the food is so exceptional. And, even better, it’s one floor above the nightclub on Cosmopolitan’s level three.
A word of caution, though. If you want an intimate, quiet setting, this is NOT the restaurant for you. It can get really loud because of its smaller size and concrete flooring. There may even be times when you have to shout to talk.
If you’d like to make a reservation here, plan on booking it as soon as possible (even a month out is advised). And if you want to come before your night out at Marquee, we recommend making a reservation around 8:30 pm. Because sometimes, even if you have a reservation, there may be a wait.
Also, Beauty & Essex’s menu offers shareables. So get ready to try a bunch of different food!
The servers at Marquee Las Vegas are some of the nicest in town. At a lot of clubs, you may notice that the waitresses are a bit standoffish. That’s not the case at Marquee. They’re friendly and will talk to you!
Marquee is one of the only clubs that has hotel rooms connected to the nightclub itself. These bungalow suites provide the ultimate party experience with direct access to Marquee.
The three-story townhomes feature bedrooms, living areas, balconies, and hot tubs. You can even get bottle service in your room.
But the best part about the bungalows is that when you’re ready to head to the club, you’re only steps away. All you have to do is exit out the back of your suite, and you’ll be immediately inside Marquee’s outdoor terrace.
Prices for a night in a bungalow suite will set you back a few grand.
On Mondays, Marquee has one of the best industry night parties on The Strip. So if you’re looking for a club on Monday night, Marquee throws an epic party.
They also have some cool events on Mondays. For example, recently, Marquee hosted their first-ever Industry School Night party, Sadie Hawkins style. (It was a girl ask guy event with the best matching couple winning a getaway to Los Angeles.)
During the summer months, Marquee has a daytime pool party. Open from 11 am until dusk, you’ll find a lot of the same DJs at the day club as you will in the nightclub.
Marquee in Las Vegas is the right choice for you if you’re looking for a venue that plays house or hip-hop music. We love that the nightclub rotates its talent, so you’ll get to experience both genres during the week.
And like we mentioned above, Marquee kills it when it comes to value for the money! There isn’t a better spot in town to get bottle service. Just make sure to show up early, though. It can make a big difference in your table location.
Lastly, we appreciate that Marquee is at the Cosmopolitan, which is often recognized as the best hotel in Vegas! So you’ll have plenty of things to do before and after the nightclub.