Omnia is inside Caesar’s Palace at 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd
10:30 – close Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun
How does bottle service at Omnia Nightclub work?
Reserving a VIP table (aka bottle service) at Omnia Nightclub involves committing to a minimum spend, also known as a “min”. Customers must hit this minimum spend amount by the end of the night by purchasing bottles of liquor or champagne, or other drinks from the menu. Even if you do not end up spending enough to hit your minimum, you will still be charged for your agreed upon minimum spend. Please keep in mind that the minimum spend does not include tax, tip, and venue fee which is calculated on top at the end of the event, and is usually an additional 37% on top. The minimum spend values will fluctuate depending on how premium the table real estate is, as well as how busy the night will be. Holiday weekends and bigger name DJs will require higher minimums.
What is included with my bottle service reservation at Omnia Nightclub?
By agreeing to your minimum spend, you receive:
- Expedited entry for your party – shorter wait time via a dedicated VIP Table line.
- Admission – Your table reservation includes a certain number of VIP admissions, so your guests do not need to purchase tickets or pay cover to get into the club.
- Table real estate – You will have a dedicated table and seats at the club for the entire duration of the event. You will also have a dedicated server who will take your orders and help you make mixed drinks at your table.
- Free drink chasers such as soda, juices, or seltzer water. Some mixers such as red bull/energy drinks, and bottled water are not complementary.
- The minimum spend will be applied towards the purchase of bottles of alcohol (liquor or champagne), as well as other non-complementary drinks at your table.
What should I do if I have more guests than the number of complimentary VIP admissions included with my table at Omnia?
You can contact us and we can usually increase the number of VIP admissions included with the table by slightly increasing the minimum spend with the venue. Another solution would be to have your extra guests purchase general admission tickets and enter the venue separately. Once your guests are in the club, they can meet up with your group at the table and you can set the party off together from there!
How much is table service at Omnia Las Vegas?
How much is bottle service is a question we get asked a lot. Bottle service minimums at Omnia LV range from 1k to 10k+ depending on the night and talent. You can view table pricing directly on our free mobile app, or see table pricing and book Omnia Las Vegas bottle service directly here.
Omnia Bottle Service Deals
We don’t currently have any deals for Omnia Las Vegas.
How big are the bottles of liquor at Omnia Nightclub?
Most bottles of vodka, such as Grey Goose, Belvedere, Absolut etc., are 1 Liter in size. If you are wondering how that translates into drinks, 1 liter is about 22.5 full shots. Magnum bottles are 1.75 liters in size.
How much do bottles and other drinks at Omnia LV Cost?
Please refer to the bottle menu below for more information on pricing.
How do I get a special bottle presentation at Omnia Nightclub?
Special presentations with sparklers, fun props (the bottle train), and beautiful bottle girls typically require at least a $3,000 order from your waitress and needs to include the purchase of at least 1 bottle of champagne. As a general rule of thumb, the grander the order, the grander the presentation. You can ask your server about the special presentations and sometimes negotiate directly with them.
Corporate events, large parties, and buyouts at Omnia Las Vegas
If you have a very large party size, we are able to work directly with you to reserve a custom section with the real estate that you are looking for. Omnia Nightclub is also available for full venue rentals/buyouts on non club days. We have worked with group sizes from 30 people to 500 plus, so feel free to reach out to us and we would be happy to assist you!
Bachelorette party for Omnia Las Vegas
Looking to do something special for the upcoming bachelorette party at Omnia? Feel free to reach out to us and we can work with you to try and make it a special occasion you won’t forget! We can oftentimes get great deals and packages set up for your bachelorette party!
Omnia VIP Host / Promoter
Omnia Table Floor Plan
What are the different VIP table options at Omnia Las Vegas?
Please refer to the Floor Plan / Seating Map to see corresponding table numbers
Main Room 1st Floor
Dance Floor Table (Tables #11-19) – 15 guests
The dance floor tables in the main room are prime real estate located right on the dance floor, with a good view of the DJ stage. Table 15 is the Owner’s table and is usually split into 15A and 15B, which are two separate tables. Big spenders do sometimes book both of those tables to have the entire space to themselves. It is always easy to make friends and pull people from the dance floor to your table when you have top tier real estate!
The Dance Floor Tables normally range from $6,000-$10,000 minimum spend on normal nights, and will be more on holiday weekends. Dance floor tables include VIP admission for up to 15 guests.
2nd Tier Tables (Tables #20-29) – 10 guests
The second row tables of the main room, these are located right behind the dance floor tables and are elevated slightly above them. The elevation gives everyone a solid view of the DJ stage and dance floor.
The second tier tables normally range between a $4,000 and $6,000 minimum spend and come with 15 VIP admissions. Big holiday weekends will be a higher min.
3rd Tier Tables (Tables #31-36) – 8 guests
The 3rd tier are the back row tables of the main room. They are located right behind the 2nd tier tables, and are elevated slightly above them so that they have a clear view of the dance floor and DJ stage. There is usually a ton of foot traffic moving around behind the tier 3 tables, so if you are looking to make some friends or pull people to your table, the tier 3 tables could be a good option for you.
The poolside couches will normally cost around $3,000-$4,000 on Saturdays, and $1,000 to $2,000 on Fridays and Sundays. They include 10 VIP guest admissions.
DJ Table (Tables #1-8) – 10 guests
The DJ tables are located behind the DJ booth and are as close to the DJ as you can get. You will be facing the back of the DJ as well as the dance floor, but you can still see Omnia’s famous kinetic chandelier. The availability of these tables are in flux as sometimes the DJ will request some of the tables for his own crew.
Indoor Table (Tables located inside the main room of Omnia Nightclub)
On very busy days (typically Saturdays), Omnia will open up their indoor tables for reservations. Although they are located far from the action, they still come with VIP admission which allows your guests to get into the venue in an expedited manner. Honestly, if you are on a budget, this is a pretty good deal for people who don’t like waiting in long lines.
The indoor tables at Omnia are a $500 minimum spend per 5 guests in your party.
Main Room Balcony (2nd Floor)
Skybox (Skybox #1 and #2) – 20 guests
The skybox is the largest table in Omnia in terms of space and occupancy. This super sized “table” area comes with 20 VIP admissions, but can probably host between 25 to 30 guests. The skybox is located fairly close to the DJ, and has a semi circular view of the venue from the balcony level. If you have a big party or don’t like being cramped, this will likely be the table choice for you and your party.
The skybox typically ranges from $4,000 to $6,000 minimum spend on normal nights and includes a whopping 20 VIP guest admissions.
Large Balcony Table (Tables #213, 215, 223, and 225) – 15 people
Located on the VIP balcony in the main room, these tables have an open view of the dance floor, chandelier, and DJ booth below. They are spacious, include a large number of VIP admissions, and in general are a great value. If you have a large group, are balling on a budget but want to be in the main room, then you will want to go with the balcony table.
Large balcony tables range between $3,000 and $5,000 minimum spend on normal nights, and include 15 VIP admissions.
Small Balcony Table (Tables #211, 212, 214, 216, 221, 222, 224, 226) – 10 guests
Smaller sized balcony tables in the main room of Omnia. This is going to be the cheapest option if you want to be in the main room. They all have a very good/open view of the dance floor and DJ stage.
The small balcony table at Omnia normally ranges between a $2,000 and $4,000 minimum spend and includes 10 VIP admissions. As always, busy holiday weekends will likely be more.
Heart of Omnia (1st floor hip hop room)
Owner’s Table (Tables #141A, 141B,131A, 131B ) – 10 guests
Tables 141 and 131 are the owner’s table inside the Heart of Omnia (hip hop room) and face the DJ. Each table is often split into two halves, but can be ordered as one table if you want to reserve both halves. They are spacious tables and are right smack in the center of all the action.
The Owner’s table at Heart of Omnia will range between $1,500 to $3,000 minimum spend and include up to 10 VIP guest admissions.
Dance Floor Tables (Tables #121-123, 161-163) – 10 guests
The dance floor tables in the Heart of Omnia (hip hop room) are spacious, close to the DJ, and are right next to the action on the dance floor.
The dance floor tables in the Heart of Omnia room are priced between $1,500 to $3,000 depending on the night, and include 10 VIP admissions.
2nd Tier Table (Tables #101-108, 151-158) – 6 guests
The 2nd tier tables in the Heart of Omnia Room are located behind the dance floor tables and are elevated so that they have a good view of the DJ and action. They only come with 6 VIP admissions but are usually very reasonably priced.
The 2nd tier tables in the Heart of Omnia room range from $1,000-$2,000 minimum spend on non-holiday nights and include up to 6 VIP admissions.
Rooftop Terrace (Omnia’s Roof)
2nd Tier Table (Tables #331-337) – 10 to 15 guests
Large tables located in the center of the terrace area and near the terrace dance floor.
The 2nd tier tables at Omnia’s terrace cost $1,500 to $2,000 minimum on tier 2 and 3 nights and include 10 VIP admissions. On Tier 1 DJ nights, the rooftop terrace will go for $3,000 minimum spend but will include up to 15 VIP admissions.
Cabana (Tables #321-328) – 8 to 10 guests
Large and spacious cabanas with plenty of space and seating. They are well decorated and look stylish. The cabanas are elevated above the other tables in the terrace and so they also have a view of the Las Vegas Strip.
The cabana on Omnia’s terrace ranges between $1000-$1500 on Tier 2 and 3 nights and includes 8 VIP admissions. On Tier 1 DJ nights, they will cost $2,000 minimum spend and include up to 10 VIP admissions.
Strip View Tables (Tables #311-313, 351-357) – 6 VIP admissions
As the name implies, the strip view tables are 2 couches that have a clear view of the Las Vegas strip from the Omnia rooftop terrace. These will typically be the lowest cost tables in the entire club.
The strip view tables at Omnia’s rooftop terrace range between $1,000-$1,500 minimum spend on most nights and include 6 VIP admissions.
What are the best tables at Omnia?
The best tables at Omnia Las Vegas are going to be the dance floor tables in the main room. They have a great view of the DJ, are located next to all of the action on the dance floor, and are very spacious. Specifically, the very best dance floor tables will be the Owner’s Table located in the center portion of the venue. If you are interested in exploring one of these options, you can check out our free mobile app or reach out to us directly!
Does Omnia Las Vegas have a free guest list?
Omnia nightclub in Las Vegas does not offer a free or discounted guest list. On the other hand, if you’re scrambling online looking up “free nightclubs near me” and the best “free clubs in Vegas,” we’ve got you covered. You can check our list of every nightclub and dayclub that offers a free guest list in Vegas and information on how to sign up.
What is the best value table Omnia?
The best value table in the main room would either be the Skybox or the large balcony table. They include a large number of VIP guests and despite not being on the main floor, are still great tables with their overlooking view. The skyboxes are huge, you really get a lot of real estate for your money. Assuming you have a large party, the cost per person works out to be fairly reasonable.
If you are on a tighter budget and are ok not being in the main room, I would say that the Heart of Omnia Dance Floor Tables (in the hip hop room) are a good value. They are reasonably priced and include 10 VIP admissions. When you back out the cost per person, it is a solid deal. The Heart of Omnia room is indoors, and extremely close to the main room.
What is the cheapest table at Omnia?
The cheapest tables at Omnia Las Vegas will normally be the strip view table on Omnia’s rooftop terrace, or the 2nd tier tables inside the Heart of Omnia (hip hop room). The cheapest table to be in the main room will be the small balcony table.