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Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub will be more than a ‘music venue for million-dollar DJs’

The Cromwell’s rooftop party spot will spread over 65,000 square feet and two levels

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Coming soon to a roof near you: Victor Drai’s day and nightclub will bring the party (and palm trees) to prime Strip real estate.

Victor Drai takes in the view from the top of the Cromwell, where his Beach Club and Nightclub will open Memorial Day Weekend.

On Memorial Day Weekend, Victor Drai will raise the roof in Las Vegas. Or is it the bar? Actually, it’s both.

Drai’s Beach Club and Nightclub is slated to open in May on the roof of the Cromwell, Caesars Entertainment’s boutique revamp of Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo.

The 65,000-square-foot venue will feature a party pool and indoor/outdoor nightclub spread over two levels. The lower level includes two main pools with seating, as well as 10 VIP bungalows and cabanas, each with its own mini-pool. One level up, 15 VIP cabanas and a private pool with five bungalows will boast center-Strip views of one of Vegas’ most entertaining intersections. Each VIP bungalow has its own shower and bathroom, welcome amenities, while the rest of us can lounge on 40 poolside daybeds during sun-baked party marathons.

A rendering of Drai's Nightclub, slated to open Memorial Day Weekend at the Cromwell.

“I’m going to usher in a new era for nightlife and day life in Las Vegas,” Victor Drai said via release. “The mega-clubs have become nothing more than large music venues for million-dollar DJs. 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.”

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