What does the interior of Surrender at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas look like?

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Resplendent in saffron-colored plush banquettes, a leopard print rug and luxurious dark red tufted walls, Surrender at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas is an intimate venue for a nightclub (the interior is only about 5,000 square feet), yet there’s still plenty of room for DJ Steve Aoki to crowd surf — which he did the night we visited in an inflatable boat floatie. The space at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Encore hotel is known for its body surfing wall statues, and signature 120-foot-long sleek silver snake behind the main bar. You’ll also find sexy pole dancers stationed at eight dance platforms. After dancing, you can spread out into the night in the outdoor space (60,000 square feet) to drink and chat. On our visit, we saw dancing breaking out all over the pool area, owing to the superior sound system at Surrender and Encore Beach Club (its sister Las Vegas dayclub). The beds and couches are a true luxury experience, and part of the pool is covered to accommodate more tables and guests. Plus, the cabanas and bungalows at this Las Vegas hotel’s club offer intimate spaces for bottle service with your closest friends and, in the case of the upstairs cabanas and bungalows, spectacular views of the raging party down below.

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