UAE's Hakkasan launching new Las Vegas nightclub
New concept Omnia will open in spring 2015 at Caesars Palace
UAE-based Hakkasan Group has announced its latest nightclub concept, Omnia, which will open in spring 2015 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Designed by the Rockwell Group, Omnia spans 75,000 square feet and will be a multi-level venue encompassing an ultra-lounge, a high-energy main room and mezzanine, as well as a rooftop garden, showcasing panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip.
"Filled with interactive features and luxurious finishes at every turn, Omnia will set the stage for patrons who enter our world to discover the unexpected," the company said in a statement.
"The Omnia experience will merge the opulent, classic design of the physical space with state-of-the-art, modern technology. The interaction between these two elements will make Omnia a truly distinctive and transformative nightlife destination," it added.
Neil Moffitt, CEO of Hakkasan Group, which is owned by Tasameem Real Estate, an Abu Dhabi-based investment company, said: "Hakkasan Group prides itself on consistently setting new standards for excellence within the hospitality industry and creating exceptional experiences for our guests.
"With Omnia, we look forward to introducing a new luxurious nightlife environment by providing unexpected and bespoke elements of intrigue and opulence that have yet to be seen in a nightclub setting."
Hakkasan Group is a worldwide entertainment, dining, nightlife, and hospitality company with establishments currently located across the United States, Europe, Middle East, and Asia.
Its restaurant portfolio includes the flagship Hakkasan Restaurant with 12 locations worldwide, as well as Yauatcha, HKK, Sake no Hana, Herringbone, Searsucker, and Social House.
Earlier this year, Hakkasan Group and MGM Resorts International announced the formation of a joint venture hotel management company named MGM Hakkasan Hospitality with a series of hotel and resort projects already under development including MGM projects in the Americas, the Middle East, and Asia along with Hakkasan projects in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.