If you’re here, you’re probably wondering, “How much do you tip for bottle service in Vegas?”
The answer is 18 to 20%.
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Since bottle service can be pricey, you might also be wondering how much you have to pay in total. For information about prices at your preferred venue, call us today at 702-344-0100, and we’ll walk you through the details.
If you want to learn about all of our partner venues that offer bottle service in Las Vegas, follow the link. Or you can scroll to the bottom of this page and check out our further reading section, in which we provide a preview of some of our partner venues.
Perks of Bottle Service
When you get bottle service at a Las Vegas venue, you not only get your own private VIP table, but you get a personal cocktail waitress, security guard, busser, and personal storage space.
Additionally, you get to cut lines, meaning NO long waits!
More About Tipping In Las Vegas
To understand why tips at Las Vegas dayclubs and nightclubs are 18-20%, let’s look at what you are actually paying for.
The perks we listed above make your tip well worth it, but when you are at a venue and the drinks are flowing, it is easy to forget about the person behind the bar.
Just remember to leave your bartender a $1-2 tip for every drink. This is a good rule of thumb.
Tipping VIP Hosts
It’s a good idea to tip your VIP host. They deserve some love for all that they do before, during, and after your night out!
When you get hosted bottle service, your host ensures that all your needs are met, which is why the usual tip for a VIP host ranges from $50 all the way up to $1k.
Tipping is a complex subject with different customs and expectations depending on where you live. With that said, tipping in Las Vegas is fairly simple once you know the standard practices. For more information about tipping and what you can expect to pay for bottle service, call us at 702-344-0100.
Further Reading: Five Of Our Top Promoter Venues
Club #1: Drai’s Beachclub & Nightclub
Drai’s is famous for its nightlife scene, and it regularly welcomes celebrities, business magnates, and other notables.
This top-level club is located on The Strip and provides everything you could want from a Las Vegas experience, including two full-service bars, lounge sofas, deck chairs, cabanas, seven pools, and more.
Club #2: JEWEL Nightclub
If you have never been to JEWEL Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino, then we certainly recommend checking it out. The atmosphere here is amazing and draws you in right away, making it pretty hard to leave.
This small 24,000 square foot venue boasts 1,400 square feet of LED architecture, multiple VIP suites with custom themes and amenities, and a substantial roster of well-known performers.
Given that this venue regularly draws 5-star talent, it’s the perfect spot for music lovers.
Club #3: Omnia Nightclub
OMNIA is the place for you if you want to discover what happens when good old-fashioned hospitality meets creative genius.
The swanky interior of this massive 75,000 square foot facility makes you feel as though you’ve walked into a blend of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel and a spaceship.
Here you will find a rooftop bar, comfy sofas, cool cabanas, an insanely neat kinetic chandelier, and more.
Club #4: TAO Nightclub
One of the top clubs in Las Vegas, this venue is located within the Venetian Hotel & Casino and is the ideal place for those who are looking for something creative.
TAO Nightclub has probably the best interior design of any venue in Vegas, thanks to its fire columns, Buddha sculptures, Far East artwork, and exotic decor.
Here you will find two main rooms, 3 bars, banquet facilities, and the very delicious Asian Bistro restaurant.
Club #5: The Light Vegas
The LIGHT Las Vegas is an industrial-themed club located on the south end of The Strip at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. This venue focuses on music and has an amazing 5-star sound system, large LED displays, and talented aerial performers.
This venue’s layout emphasizes the stage, meaning it is a great choice for those who want to concentrate on music and dancing.
For those who want to socialize or enjoy a slower pace, The Light has some really cool upper levels.