By definition a tryst is a lovers’ secret meeting, but in Vegas speak the word names something entirely different: an upscale nightlife destination for the well-heeled partier, perhaps a place to rendezvous with your lover, or the perfect location to find a new one altogether. From the marble staircase, to the mirror-covered lounge, to the hallway draped in red velvet, to the VIP champagne room complete with stripper pole, every inch of the Wynn’s premier nightclub screams sensuality. A 94-foot waterfall in the middle of the main room is the ultimate spectacle, but Tryst does the details right too. Vanilla-colored beds at the base of the waterfall offer a view of dancers getting it on behind a glass wall. Alligator-skin booths surround the dance floor, and plush cream couches wrap around a semi-circular lagoon on the patio. Tryst really heats up in the summer and is famous for having a packed dance floor and a happening scene outside, where patrons enjoy drinking in the sublime ambience, fresh night air, delicious cocktails and sparkling view—both of the people and the Strip.
Feel like splurging? Order the Ménage a Trois cocktail and you’ll get a mix of Cristal Rose Champagne, Hennessey Ellipse and 150-year-old Grand Marnier. Each cocktail is served with 23-karat gold flakes, liquid gold syrup and a golden straw adorned with a 9-point diamond. The cost: $3,000.
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