Some people let go to their needs while others do to their desires. In Las Vegas, it's difficult not to find yourself in a situation where both your needs and desires call deafeningly out to you. When you find yourself in a situation where you need to choose between your wants and your necessities, why not let go to both at the Encore hotel and resort's popular and aptly named nightclub, Surrender. Anything attached to hotel mogul Steve Wynn is guaranteed to be high class and elegant beyond reason. This club is no exception to the rule.
When you step into the space that houses this venue, your eyes are going to be drawn to one massive adornment that rests behind the nightclub's main bar. A giant serpent snakes along the wall, gleaming at you with green eyes as you indulge in any of the clubs numerous assortment of refreshing alcoholic beverages. Ranging from expertly mixed drinks to a simple cold beer or glass of wine, the club can fulfill your every thirst.
The party is an eclectic one in the fact that it doesn't take place in one centralized area. Where you decide to dance during your evening is dependent on your mood as the club is without a defined dance floor. It may wind up making things a little hectic as you try to maneuver through the space, but what's a successful party without a little bit of chaos?
Despite the missing dance floor, though, Surrender is every bit as much of a party setting as any other nightclub. Resident and special guest DJs spin a mix of tunes that include hip-hop and rock to keep the party's lifeblood flowing. With the beat pulsating through the club, sometimes you just need a break from the pounding bass – and the nightclub has got you covered.
In addition to indoor space, the club offers a rather spacious outdoor expanse where you can escape to for some fresh desert air. Though the air may be warm, it's definitely feels cool when you've been dancing the night away in a room heated by body heat. VIP tables, cabanas, couches, luxurious bungalows, and booths all offer a place to kick back and relax when your feet feel a little worse for wear. Furnished with flat screen televisions and a view of the Strip that should alone sell them, the cabanas are the perfect getaway when you need a quick break from the party. This space may be a bit more casual, but you'll still find yourself partying like those on the inside.
Nightclubs are abundant in Las Vegas, and while some are worth the cover they charge, there are those that far exceed the money you'll spend to get inside. Surrender is one of those clubs where, no matter how much you drop on drinks and VIP service, you always feel like you're getting away with the deal of a lifetime.