OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace
I remember the first time I walked into Omnia Nightclub, inside Caesars Palace, I could not believe my eyes.
I had been to Vegas on multiple holiday weekends and organized parties and events with Angel Management Group (AMG). One of their venues was Pure Nightclub which was the precursor club in the space before the Club Omnia.
I walked into the place and immediately texted my biggest customer, and said "Bro, this is the best club in the world!”
Honestly, I wasn't joking Omnia is the best club in the world.
So, since you're reading this, I'm assuming you're interested in our VIP Bottle Service Packages at Omnia.
Well, you've come to the right place, and let me congratulate you on your fantastic taste in nightclubs. Bottle Service is the ultimate Las Vegas nightclub experience.
There are several things to know about Omnia. Essentially it is three clubs in one. To make sure you get the full Omnia experience, please make sure you go through this entire guide as some of the ins and outs can be confusing.
Don't worry, you're in good hands. I've been in the nightclub business for over 20 years, and I've lived in Las Vegas for seven. I used to work directly for the group that owns and operates Omnia Nightclubs Worldwide as a management company.
It's hard to put a number on it, but I probably booked close to 1,000 tables at Omnia since it's been open so you can rely on me to provide you with the best possible service. My mobile is: 773-459-8133 or you can email me at: brian at surrealnightlife.com. Unless I am sleeping since I was out partying all night, I will get back to you immediately.
Omnia Bottle Service
Let me tell you what Omnia’s Bottle Service has to offer.
I’m going to show you how to calculate the total price of your bill and some of the factors that influence the cost of bottle service.
I will also cover the map in detail and go over the different areas inside and outside Omnia and how that affects the price. I have included the 2020 Omnia Bottle Service Menu (see below) so we can review.
How Much Is Bottle Service at Omnia Las Vegas?
Several factors influence bottle service prices at Omnia - the DJ or the Artist performing for that day/week, the location of your table in proximity to the DJ and the dance floor, and the number of guests in your party. Business in Vegas is seasonal. The summer months usually being the busiest, is considered “peak season” from March until October, and prices are generally a bit higher.
Three levels of DJ's play at Omnia in the main room so break them down by tiers; your top-tier DJs are guys Calvin Harris, Tiesto's, Martin Garrix, and Zedd. The middle level or the second tier are DJs like Steve Aoki and Lil Jon. The third-tier features DJs like Party Favor, Loud Luxury, Illenium, Nervo, Cash Cash, Generik, and resident DJs like Fergie and Mark Eteson.
Location of the table vs. price — the main room will be the most expensive, starting with dance floor tables to 2nd-row tables, then the third row and finally the balcony.
Typically, in the heart of Omnia they showcase a hip-hop DJ — SKAM (link to SKAM) artist type DJ, and on the Terrace is a deep house/tech-house DJ that plays a mix of house music all night. The Terrace DJs and Heart of Omnia DJs are not big-name artists.
For the heart of Omnia, you have two tears; the Dance Floor tables and everything else.
On the terrace, you have Strip-view tables along with the tables in the middle next to the dance floor and then the cabana-style tables.
Where the headliner DJ plays, which is the main room, pricing will be higher. The heart of Omnia is the next tier down, and the final level are the Terrace tables.
Generally, no more than ten people are allowed per table but working with me I can usually squeeze in more if needed. The larger main room tables and some of the balcony tables, which include the two skyboxes, can fit approximately 25 people.
Let me know how many people in your party and I will provide you with the best options for your group.
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Bottle Service Cost Examples at Omnia
Pricing is subject to change based on demand.
Every club in Las Vegas operates on a supply and demand system.
Tables can be higher or depending on the day or the week, the time of year and who is the scheduled performer.
Please contact me for a VIP experience at the best possible price: brian at @surrealnightlife.com.
Minimum spends to get the table located in the area listed.
3rd Tier DJ Price Night
- Main Room Featuring – Loud Luxury
- Dance Floor - $6,000 (15ppl)
- Upper Dancefloor - $5,000 (15ppl)
- 2nd Tier - $4,000 (10ppl)
- 3rd Tier - $3,000 (8ppl)
- Skybox – $4,000 (20ppl)
- Large Balcony – $3,000 (15ppl)
- Small Balcony – $2,000 (10ppl)
- Heart of Omnia Featuring – DJ QUE
- Owners Tables - $1,500 (10ppl)
- Dance Floor - $1,500 (10ppl)
- 2nd Tier - $1,000 (6ppl)
- 2nd tier - $1,500 (10ppl)
- Cabana - $1,000 (8ppl)
- Strip View - $1,000 (6ppl)
2nd Tier DJ Price Night
- Main Room Featuring – Tiesto
- Dance Floor - $8,000 (15ppl)
- Upper Dancefloor - $6,000 (15ppl)
- 2nd Tier - $5,000 (10ppl)
- 3rd Tier - $4,000 (8ppl)
- Skybox – $5,000 (20ppl)
- Large Balcony – $4,000 (15ppl)
- Small Balcony – $3,000 (10ppl)
- Heart of Omnia Featuring – MIKE ATTACK
- Owners Tables - $2,500 (10ppl)
- Dance Floor - $2,000 (10ppl)
- 2nd Tier - $1,500 (6ppl)
- 2nd tier - $2,000 (10ppl)
- Cabana - $1,500 (8ppl)
- Strip View - $1,000 (6ppl)
1st Tier DJ Price Night
- Dance Floor - $10,000 (15ppl)
- Upper Dancefloor - $8,000 (15ppl)
- 2nd Tier - $6,000 (10ppl)
- 3rd Tier - $5,000 (8ppl)
- Skybox – $6,000 (20ppl)
- Large Balcony – $5,000 (15ppl)
- Small Balcony – $4,000 (10ppl)
- Heart of Omnia Featuring – TBD
- Owners Tables - $3,000 (10ppl)
- Dance Floor - $3,000 (10ppl)
- 2nd Tier - $2,000 (6ppl)
- 2nd tier - $3,000 (15ppl)
- Cabana - $2,000 (10ppl)
- Strip View - $1,500 (6ppl)
What’s the minimum spend at Omnia?
The prices listed above are the minimum spends, or in Vegas Host terms, we call that 'the min". For example, let’s say you want a dance floor table in the heart of Omnia on a first-tier DJ night, you're looking at a $3,000 minimum from above in addition to server gratuity (18%-20%), plus tax (8.375%), the venue fee @ 10.63%, and potentially a "shake”.
Let's do the math
$3000 (min) + $251.25 (8.375% City Tax) + $318.90(10.63% Venue Fee) + $600 (20% to the server) = $4170.15. This does not include any "shake" to the podium for location, express entry, specific table, etc. FYI, a "shake" can also help with a lower minimum spend. When someone refers to the "shake," that means they tip on top of your table minimum and the tip, tax and venue fee that you will be paying. (The "shake" or handshake to the podium goes into the host's tip pool).
In many instances, there is an opportunity to get lower-than-posted-pricing with what's called a “handshake” in Las Vegas; basically, it is a gratuity to the podium for a lower minimum and a potential upgraded location.
Sometimes a podium tip is required for a particular table or even to get a location on certain nights.
Now there are some higher tiers when Calvin Harris was in town, or it's a holiday or fight weekend, and there might be some nights where there are even lower tiers than what's listed above.
Just hit me up and I'll let you know prices on your weekend.
Please note: The minimum spend is the agreement that you made when signed the contract; they will make you sign upon entry. This just states you agreed to spend that amount that night to get the table you receive.
Let's do the math:
Say you have a $2000(min) + $167.50(8.375% City Tax) + $255(12.75% Venue Fee) + $300(15% to the waitress) = $2722.50 (this does not include any "shake" to the podium for location, express entry, specific table, etc., again a "shake" can also help with a lower min spend)
Check out total bill calculator for Omnia
How Do I Calculate My Bill?
$1000 (min) + $83.75 (8.375% City Tax) + $100 (10% Venue Fee) + $200 (20% to the server) = $1383.75.
Total Bill Calculator for Omnia Bottle Service
Omnia Bottle Service Menu
I was able to get my hands on the 2020 Omnia menu, and I had my designer add a little flair to it. As you can see, most of the bottles start at $650 and go up from there.
Bottle Service Deals at Omnia
Generally, there are no bottle deals/discounts at Omnia on their main nights, which are Friday, Saturday and Tuesday. There might be an opportunity to get a discount on a Thursday or a Sunday night but rarely on any other night.
On rare occasions, I can get a comp bottle for a very high minimum spend, or if you are a customer that potentially has the means to go over the high minimum, or you have some history with the Hakkasan Group clubs.
Please keep in mind that on Thursday, they are open only on the Heart of Omnia in the winter and on the terrace (overlooking the Las Vegas Strip) in the summer. On Sunday, they typically offer Deseo Latin Sunday.
SN 2020 Omnia Packages
Omnia Double Double
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- Limo Pickup from Hotel to Caesar’s Hotel & Casino
- Bottle Service @ Omnia Nightclub - Includes 2 Premium 1L Bottles of Your Choice + Standard Mixers
- Transportation Pickup from Palms Hotel & Casino to Sapphire Gentleman's Club
- Bottle Service @ Sapphire - Includes 2 Premium 1L Bottles of your Choice w Mixers/Red Bulls on Main Floor
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- Limo Pickup from Hotel to Pampas Brazilian Steak House(Planet Hollywood)
- Dinner @ Pampas Includes 1.5 Hours All You Can eat meats and all you can drink
- Limo Pickup from Pampas to Caesar’s Hotel + Casino
- Bottle Service @ Omnia Nightclub - Includes 1 Table with 2 Premium 1L Bottles of your Choice - Standard Mixers
- Transportation Pick up from Caesar’s Hotel + Casino To Crazy Horse III Gentleman's Club
- VIP Entry to Crazy Horse 3 Gentleman's Club VIP Entry - Includes 2 Premium Drink Tickets Per Person
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- Limo Pickup from Hotel to Top Golf Las Vegas (4627 Koval Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89109)
- Two Hour Golfing Package - Includes 1L of Titos Vodka - 1 Street Taco Platter - 2 Orders of Top Golf Wings (Or Equal)
- Transportation Pickup from Top Golf Las Vegas to Crazy Horse 3 Gentleman's Club
- VIP Entry + 2 Premium Drink Tickets Per Person @ Crazy Horse 3 Gentleman's Club
- Transportation Pickup from Crazy Horse 3 Gentleman's Club to Omnia
- VIP Entry Omnia Night Club (No Line, Express Entry, Cover Included)
Let's talk about picking a location for bottle service at Omnia
Omnia is three clubs in one you have the main room, the heart of Omnia, which is the hip hop room, and outside the on Terrace, overlooking The Strip.
As I mentioned above, if you're coming to Omnia to see a favorite EDM artist, you're going to want to get a spot in the main room.
The headlining act will always play in the main room.
You can count on higher prices in the main rooms as these EDM Artists typically command a hefty fee these days, especially in Las Vegas.
Just to give you an idea, Calvin Harris is around $1 million per show for his six appearances in 2020. Tiesto gets approximately $400k per show, and Martin Garrix and Zedd are not far behind.
That money has to come from a combination of bottle service, bar sales, and tickets and cover charges, hence the hefty prices!
If you're into hip-hop music, then the heart of Omnia is going to be the place for you, or if you want a good party and you just can't afford the main room prices, the heart is your spot.
You can always have security watch your bottles and head over to the main room to see the main act as well. There is a hallway that connects the heart of Omnia and the main room.
You can expect the main room to be jam-packed, and it can be almost like a mosh pit on bigger DJ nights in the walkways and on the dance floor (if you can even get to it).
If you're into the deep house music or tech-house music and you like a little less crowded experience, the Omnia terrace might be the spot for you.
Some people just like to catch their breath out on the Terrace and get some fresh air. For the warmer months, it can be an excellent experience for the view and Instagram or Snap Chat.
While the vibe can be a bit more chill, it does tend to get crowded, especially in the summer, and on some of those one hundred-degree Vegas Summer Nights (mid-June to mid-August), it might get a little hot up there.
Yes, you can walk down into the main room and the Heart room from the Terrace. There is an elevator on the south end of the terrace near the bar and the bathrooms.
On the North End of the Terrace, you will find another walkway into the main room, near the DJ booth, that leads you right onto the balcony level of the main room.
Note, some busy nights they won't let you into the main room from that entrance due to capacity issues.
Let's have a look at the Omnia Bottle Service and Table Map
As you can see from the above map, 11 through 19 are the Dance Floor tables. My personal favorite is table 13, it's the biggest of the regular Dance Floor tables.
Table 15 is a.k.a. the owner's table, and on most nights, they split that into 15 A & B, so that's two tables.
If you're a big spender, then potentially, you can get all of Table 15 on any given night.
The second-tier tables are 20 through 29, and 24 and 25 they split into A and B, usually equaling four tables.
Personally, I am not a huge fan of the second-tier tables unless you have girls with you or you're a group of girls otherwise you have no exposure to traffic, the tables are in between the dance floor tables and the third-tier tables. If you want to bring people to your table, you have to go out and find them, they won't walk past your table.
The 3rd row tables are pretty solid at Omnia, two of my favorite tables in the club are 31 and 36 as they are almost as big as a second-tier or dance floor tables, and you get a ton of traffic behind you from the walkway.
Tables 31 through 35 are a bit on the smaller side, and the balcony kind of hangs over your head. Still, you do get a lot of traffic behind those tables as they finally started putting a rope and stanchion between those tables and the crowd so there is a bit of a walk to get to the bathrooms etc. but the benefits outweigh the negative.
Quick note 36 is the closest to the bathroom, which gets plenty of traffic and can be convenient on super busy nights.
Tables 1 through 8, behind the DJ, are also pretty good tables, as you are facing the main dance floor and you still can see the chandelier show in full view. The only drawback, you're looking at the back of the DJ's head.
Tables 1 and 2, typically they break that up into A and B, so those are usually four tables unless a big spender needs a large area. You are pretty close to the DJ with those tables, so it is prime real estate for girls because they want to be close to the artist.
There is a section directly behind the DJ that is not for sale, generally used for the DJ's crew.
They have a colossal chandelier show that is in the center of the club, but for the most part, you can still see the show from all the main floor tables.
The only ones that are a bit blocked by the balcony are 32 through 35.
They also have two aerial artists that perform Cirque du Soleil-type performances throughout the night.
For expensive bottles of champagne, they drop a pretty girl or a character from the ceiling to deliver the bottle via a cable from the sky; it's lit. 🔥
Second Floor of Omnia’s Main Room
The second floor is an oval shape. At the front of the oval, you will find two massive skyboxes, Skybox 1 and 2 that can comfortably accommodate 25 to 30 people.
The other balcony tables are the two hundred tables on the map, and you will find that most of them are quite large.
Some are larger than others for bigger groups. Just let me know, and I will make sure you get one that fits your group comfortably.
The great thing about the balcony level tables is that you have a fantastic view of the chandelier show throughout the entire night as you overlook the main dance floor.
The Heart of Omnia (Main Level of Omnia)
The one hundred tables are all the Heart of Omnia, which is the Hip Hop room - 141 is the owner’s table, 123 through 121 are great dance floor tables along with 161 to 163.
The other tables behind the main Dance Floor tables and the owner's table (141) are all very roomy and can accommodate large parties.
On most nights, they do break up 141 into two tables A and B.
The Terrace (Second Level of Omnia)
These are the tables in the 300s on the map. Strip tables are 311 through 313 on the north end and 351 through 357on the east.
My favorite tables are 334 and 335. Those are the large tables in the center of the terrace that attract the most attention. Typically, we will have to tip to get those.
The Cabana style tables are 321-328, which are a step above the rest of the Terrace and they also offer a beautiful view.
Where is the VIP check-in at Omnia?
When you walk into the Caesars Palace, it can be very confusing as to where you should go; you will see line in every direction going into the nightclub. Fortunately for us bottle service customers, we're going to walk right in through the front entrance staring directly at the big LED sign, this is at the main entrance to Omnia.
Let's talk about when we should arrive at Omnia
The clubs are always on a first come/first serve basis; the highest bidder type system.
Omnia is one of the most high-demand clubs in Las Vegas.
Generally, when I promise a table, we usually have no problem getting it as long as we are on time, and when I say on time, that usually means between 10:30 and 11:00 p.m.
One thing to keep in mind is that the traffic in front of Caesars Palace is an absolute nightmare. The Circle Valet in the front, for any vehicle, including party buses and limos, is usually close to gridlock and you could be looking at 30 minutes in the car just to go a few feet. So please plan extra time for traffic. It never hurts to arrive early and have a little fun in the casino!
What's the deal with VIP check-in?
When you arrive, one of my team members or I will be meeting you in the casino at an agreed-upon location. We will walk you right up to the ropes and generally bypass any
There are four Ques. Once you get past the VIP ropes, there is an express VIP entry on the left and then three pits where security checks IDs and scans you with a metal detector for any weapons.
Out of all the clubs in Las Vegas, Omnia has one of the loosest VIP checkpoints compared to some of the other locations in town. However, please be aware that they may make you empty the contents of your pockets into your hands so don't have anything that could get you into trouble and ruin your night. 😳
I always get asked, "are vapes allowed," and the answer is NO; casinos operate under a federal license. There could be contraband in the vape so they are not allowed. Do yourself a favor, leave them at home!
Once you're past the security checkpoint, the primary customer buying the table will be asked to sign an agreement on the minimum spend. At that point, you are about to enter the club and will be escorted to the table you are buying by me or one of my team members and one of the Omnia internal hosts.
What is the girl-guy system?
Omnia, like most clubs in Vegas, has a system to bring in girls via the guest list and usually has a promoter table for them to hang out. If you're having trouble finding women for your group potentially, myself, one of my team, or the girl-guy system can help alleviate the situation.
How do I get guests in if they arrive late?
Usually, this is a pretty straightforward process. Your guest(s) can walk up to the ropes and mention the name the table is under and the table number, and they get right in.
Some exceptions could be if the club is at capacity and they just can't physically let anybody else in via the Fire Marshal’s rules and regulations, or if you are way over your limit on the number of people at your table.
If you have some uninvited guests at your table for some reason, the proper way to handle that is just get security to have them removed. I strongly suggest that you do not try to remove unwanted guests yourself as an altercation could occur and potentially everyone at the table will get kicked out. With over 20 years of experience in this business, please trust me, that is the best way to handle things.
What if I wanted an Omnia bottle service presentation?
A good rule of thumb for a presentation is the minimum order has to be at least two thousand dollars at one time. There are exceptions to this, an order minimum is not a fixed amount.
For the most part, servers want you to order some kind of champagne to do any type of presentation, but again there are exceptions to this. It's something that you have to discuss with the servers or myself when we're at the table.
On bigger nights, when the minimums are higher, a presentation costs more money.
Have a look at a couple of these fantastic presentations that I've had over the years with my customers tables at Omnia.
The girl in the box and the drummers are always a nice touch.
Bottle Service Girl Comps at Omnia
These do exist; however, I'm not a massive fan of setting them up, and here is why.
First, let me tell you what a girl comp is? If you have a group of six or more girls that are all in the club eyes “Vegas Hot,” the club is willing to give away a free bottle or two to all-girl groups at the beginning of the night to help prime the room and make the club look full with all women.
Here are some of the issues that I've run into over the years:
- 1.) Nine out of ten times, the girls do not show up on time for the girl comps and they get the cold shoulder at the front door. I understand trying to get a group of six or more girls ready on time in Las Vegas with traffic, etc. can be a challenge.
- 2.) These girl cops are not guaranteed and it is solely at the discretion of the VIP front door staff at the club to either give you the comp table or deny it. I am 100% not in my control of the VIP staff at Omnia.
- 3.) When we say, "Vegas Hot," that does not necessarily mean we're on the same page. I've run into situations over the years where the girls say they're all hot and unfortunately, by Las Vegas standards, they are not hot and therefore get denied a girl comp.
- 4.) The girls show up with less than six girls and get denied the comp.
- 5.) The girls get a table and a comp bottle, and then within a short amount of time, they get kicked out when the paying customer arrives and gets upset with the situation.
- 6.) Since they are getting a comp bottle, and the servers are doing all the work.
The girl comp group should tip the server. A good rule of thumb is $100 per bottle; some girls have a problem with that.
I'm not going to completely shut out the possibility of a girl comp, just hit me up and we will go over the opportunity in detail.
In many cases, if the comp doesn't work out and the group is quality, I can bring them to one of my paying customer tables.
Contact Information / Questions & Quotes
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