|las vegas mini gran prix family fun center
|3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158, USA
|10:30PM–4AM Closed Closed Closed 10:30PM–4AM 10PM–4AM Closed
Horrible. Dont waste your time and money. We had our name on the list, ended up waiting in line for several hours, by the time we got in my feet were completely blistered (which takes away from having a good time anyways). We got to the front of the line with our group we came with, and they cut my boyfriend and I off from our friends and made us wait an additional 45 min being separated from them, although we told them several times we were with them, they didnt care at all and we completely lost our group. Once we got to the the front of the line they tell us we were supposed to have some sort of slip, disregarding the fact that we had already been stamped (and we told them that several times) the manager comes by and we tell him the situation and he lets us in immediately and apologizes. Turns out we werent supposed to be waiting in the line (which we already knew and no one would listen) and we waisted our night waiting for no reason. Once inside, the music was basic at best, just a typical repetitive dj beat that you can hear on the radio, and we ended up leaving 10 min after entering because it was so crowded you can barely move, and everyone was just standing around looking at each other, not even dancing. By far the worst experience in Vegas.
Went to Steve Aoki Monday night Jul 3, our very first nightclub experience in Las Vegas. My boyfriend and I were very well aware of the high alcohol prices since just at our hotel pool a beer was $15, we expected it at the club. I purchased tickets far in advance because I like to be prepared. We got to the lines at Aria about 10ish and the line without a ticket was huuuge. And with a ticket, we got into the club well before everyone else. We were able to snag a spot on the top balcony area where we could watch everything and see Steve Aoki perfectly. I think everything went smoothly, only suggestion would be to have more chairs or seating throughout the club. It gets very tiring standing, especially with a dress code and not being able to wear my comfy sneakers. All in all, I thought it was awesome!! I will absolutely come back someday to see Steve Aoki again. It was pretty crowded, small dance floor but since we were on the balcony, it didnt phase us at all. I would also like to add a big thank you to whoever K.J is as they were super responsive and helpful with any and all questions I had!
I was super excited to see Steve Aoki. We got tickets to the club solely to see him perform a set. We had seen pictures online which made the club look pretty cool. Sadly we were met with an extremely over crowded tightly packed fire/safety hazard of a dance floor. The staff seemed polite enough but they clearly couldnt do anything to help patrons with the crowdedness. The staffs attention was pointed towards the VIP booths and making sure the overflowing dance floor didnt invade their space. I think what was most upsetting overall was getting all dressed up to "code" for entry to the club only to find that everyone around us in line was wearing t-shirts, hats, casual shoes, jeans etc. So much for formal attire required for entry. Also doubly annoying was paying to see Aoki and the guy doesnt show up for over two hours and we listened to nameless dj before finally just calling it quits. TLDR; whatever you do, dont go here, go to omnia or somewhere else where they have more space and you can actually get a drink without waiting an eternity.
Having been to a multitude of clubs in Las Vegas & usually hanging at omnia or hakkasan I was excited to try something new. I was to see Steve aoki off the invite from a friend. We arrived at 10:30 and the entire lobby was filled to the brim. Normally despite a massive influx of people clubs will normally still have a respectable flow and degree of organization. This club is a disgrace to the strip it resides upon. After over two and a half hours we still had not even been IDd. The guest list which previously was supposed to be free was raised to 65 and to purchase tickets had been raised to 150. I spoke with several staff members who appeared inadequately trained on crowd control or customer service. I am disappointed with this facility & have nothing positive to say. I will never return, hopefully other disappointed customers will reflect their negative experiences here and allow more public insight as to the unfortunate degree of management within this entertainment facility.
The hotel/club DELETED my first post, so heres another one. The customer service was horrific here & thats coming from a graduated business student. The fact that they deleted my first post speaks for itself. The bartenders were cute young things who had nothing but attitude & rude responses to any inquiries I made. Attached is a picture of me waiting for 30 minutes to get a drink at a clearly empty bar that had at least 5 tenders. The bouncers were incredibly disrespectful as well & would only allow ladies on the dance floor. If youre looking for a fun club scene, please look elsewhere.
My group of friends and I were incredibly excited to be in Las Vegas and see chainsmokers live. But when we got there it was nothing but disappointment. The chainsmokers didnt come on until 2 am and we had spent the last 3 hours just trying to get through to the concert floor. By about 2:30 we all ended up just leaving because it was totally pointless. The venue is not big enough for that kind of concert and they majorly over sold tickets just to make money resulting in a lot of people being ripped off If I go back to vegas I will not be stopping here.
So they turned me and my date away, even tho I had real pre-sale tickets and bottle service, because I was wearing all black nikes. I ask the door man where on there web cite does it say that and all it says is "dress shoe" so then as I talk to his co worker the door man lets in a guy in a polo and boat shoes, a guy in a cream sure with white sneakers on, and a guy in light up shoes in..... So how are my dress shoes no allowed in but light up shoes and polos are when the web cite says no lights and only button ups? Never coming back
Típico antro de las Vegas, nos tocó ver a Steve Aoki y la verdad el wey prende cabrón, en precios el boleto nos costó 70usd y por un absolut vodka tonic son como 17usd. Aunque no sean de antros como yo, vayan no se arrepentirán, y más si hay un DJ importante .
Stay away from this place! Worst experience of my 30+ years. Got a table for concert last night so think bought bottle of champagne and vodka and my friend who was dressed as a woman but identifies as a man went to the mens restroom and they forcibly removed us from the club. They were incredibly rude, and Ive never been treated that way. When the "gentleman" was explaining why they were taking us out his female colleague did not believe him and was shocked but it was too far down the road. never. again. Do not go.