Mega Nightclubs in Las Vegas Becoming Major Profit Centers for Casinos

Mega Nightclubs in Las Vegas Becoming Major Profit Centers for Casinos

After noticing the trend, some casinos, including the MGM Grand, have actually removed slots to make more space for nightclub venues.

Marquee, located at the Cosmopolitan, is a whopping 60,000 square feet and generated over $70 million for the casino in 2011, a record-breaking amount for a nightclub.

Marquee, along with many other clubs on the strip, is not open a full seven nights a week. This makes the numbers even more impressive.

“These are customers who make nightlife a priority of their visit,” said executive director of marketing fir Las Vegas Nightlife Group Bryan Bass. “Someone might stay in a three-star room over a four-star room, or eat a $25 meal, as opposed to a $100 meal. Then, what they are doing with the rest of their money is coming to the nightclubs.”

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