Foundation Room located on the 63rd floor of Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas it is a sophisticated Members Only club that has opened its doors to non-members.
Foundation Room Nightclub is open Monday through Sunday Night from 10:00PM – Late, usually 2:00am or 3:00am, depending on management and how the party’s going.
Live music in the main room by DJs create a high-energy dance club, with incredible views a few feet away on the outside deck, the ultra-exclusive Foundation Room is stylish, exclusive, and not to be missed when in Las Vegas.
Before you arrive, make sure you are dressed to impress, Foundation Room’s dress code is strict with gentlemen, nice pants or jeans, collared shirt or sport jacket with a tee shirt, and dress shoes are a must.
No sandals, shorts, sports attire or tennis shoes are allowed in, and ladies can get away with almost anything, they prefer a sexy form fitting dress and heels.
Foundation Room has three separate rooms playing different high energy dance music in each room, from Hip Hop, retro dance music and progressive house by three different DJs allows everyone to find the room they want, and get lost in the music and vibe of the night.
DEITY dancers experience is one of the many attractions going on in the Foundation Room, where you can dance and party the night away amidst the Vegas lights and the DEITY Goddessess.
The outside deck offers one of the most breathtaking views of the Las Vegas lights, plush private couches in front of the fireplaces offer a nice place to chill and enjoy a drink. The whole Foundation Room experience offers quality and style that goes above the average nightclub.
On the second floor, up a private staircase above the main room, you will find two Buddha Rooms for intimate parties. Foundation Room also offers four private rooms for guests looking for bottle service and privacy.
Monday night is considered local night, so if you want hang out and mingle with the best of Las Vegas locals, Monday nights are the night, be ready for a crowd, as Vegas locals know how to party.
MGM Resorts International owns Mandalay Bay Las Vegas, offering the splendor of a sophisticated night out, adding a perfect touch of high class, with Buddha themes, and deep red, brown, black, and dark green interiors that stand out.