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The Living Room at Intrigue is a singular nightlife experience

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Inside Intrigue’s Living Room.
Photo: Barbara Kraft

When Tryst was refashioned into Intrigue for a grand opening this past spring, one of the most talked-about elements of the new venue was the exclusive, social media-free, club-within-the-club. That celebrities have flocked to the luxurious 1,200-square-foot space—Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Gigi Hadid, Kate Hudson and Sean Penn, to name a few—comes as no surprise; glamorous regulars are par for the course for Vegas VIP experiences.

But the Living Room has evolved into an even hotter hot spot during the Thursday-night IntrigueMe industry party, when local influencers enjoy the intimate environs and cozy ambiance. Entry through “hidden bookcase” doors sets the tone for a special experience, and the white stitched liquor lockers that line the walls—a clean design element inspired by Louis Vuitton trunks—make visitors feel fashionable.

The musical tone is decidedly different from Intrigue’s main room, too; the Living Room DJ selects the soundtrack from a carefully curated collection of 1,000 vinyl records behind the booth. Vintage grooves abound, contrasting the scene in the main room, which is visible through a two-way mirror behind the bar. Taking part in two parties at once makes the Living Room experience truly unique. It’s as private as you want it to be, and as much fun as you can handle. Intrigue at Wynn, 702-770-7300; Thursday-Saturday 10:30 p.m.-4 a.m.

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