Global hospitality company Hakkasan Group announces its latest nightlife venture, JEWEL. Continuing with the next generation of luxury entertainment offerings, JEWEL will take over the former space of HAZE Nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The intimate destination is set to open Spring 2016.
“We are delighted to continue our relationship with longtime partners MGM Resorts International, as well as Dubai World, with this new nightclub at ARIA Resort & Casino,” said Neil Moffitt, CEO of Hakkasan Group. “Our companies share a hugely successful track record together in entertainment and we look forward to providing another world-class experience for our guests.”
Designed by the internationally renowned Rockwell Group, JEWEL spans more than 24,000 square feet with a capacity of up to 1,925 guests. The multi-level venue will encompass a main club with an overlooking mezzanine level complete with five unique and secluded suites situated above the dance floor, each with its own exclusive entry. The DJ booth, a space conducive to a variety of musical performances, will lead JEWEL in pioneering a first-of-its-kind production wall featuring dual-sided LED video screens and special effects lighting, also allowing for 360-degree movement. Filled with unexpected features and precious finishes throughout the space, JEWEL will provide a coveted experience for its guests – a treasured moment like no other.
Bobby Baldwin, president of ARIA Resort & Casino, said, “The addition of JEWEL to ARIA’s entertainment and nightlife portfolio will provide our guests with a new and exclusive nightclub destination. Nightlife is an integral part of the Las Vegas scene and in partnering with Hakkasan Group, the preeminent operator in the industry, we will offer a distinct experience unique to our resort.”
- Jewel officially opened spring of 2016.
- Set in what used to be Haze nightclub in the Aria.
- The club will be a multilevel venue, as are Omnia and Hakkasan, with a main club and mezzanine level outfitted with tucked-away VIP suites.
- There is some advanced technology planned with a video wall that features dual-sided LED screens and special effects lighting that moves in a full 360 degrees.
- Expect to see big name DJs and artists performing here weekly.
Where is Jewel located?
Jewel is located at the Aria, where Haze used to be.
How much is cover charge at Jewel?
General admission will range from 20-40 for girls, and $40-60 for guys depending on talent.
How long will I have to wait at Jewel?
It’s unclear as Jewel has not opened yet. However, it’s a relatively small venue and it will likely be pretty busy. Expect 30 min -1.5 hour waits.
When is Jewel open?
Jewel is open from 10:30 PM – 4 AM on Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays.
What are the best nights to go to Jewel?
Mondays are Industry nights. Fridays and Saturdays are pretty standard. Thursdays don’t have big DJs playing – the venue will be open but it will be a more lounge like atmosphere.
What is the dress code at Jewel?
Collared shirt / jeans / dress shoes for guys. Avoid anything that can be considered sportswear (track jackets, jerseys, sneakers, hats, etc). If you are getting bottle service you will have some more leeway. Better be safe than sorry – nothing kills a buzz faster than getting turned down at the door!
How much do drinks cost at Jewel?
Bottle menus have yet to be released.
Who are the resident DJs?
It looks like Jewel is tapping into Hakkasan Group’s pool of DJ talent. Opening weekend features Jaime Foxx, Chainsmokers, and Lil Jon. Other upcoming DJs include Steve Angello, Steve Aoki, GTA, Dada Life, and Borgeous.
What kind of music do they play at Jewel?
It will likely be primarily EDM music. On some nights with hip hop artists / performers (Lil Jon, Iggy Azalea, Jamie Foxx, Swizz Beatz, etc) the music will skew towards top 40 / hip hop.
Where can I find an list of upcoming events / DJs at Jewel?
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