After closing its doors more than a year ago to stop the spread of COVID-19, Hakkasan Group will reopen their flagship Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand on Fri., March 28.
Nightclubs are still prohibited from operating per state regulations (at least in the way we knew them pre-COVID), so Hakkasan will be opening as a socially-distanced lounge with bottle service.
It appears they’ll mostly utilize the venue’s third level — also known as the Ling Ling Club — instead of the nightclub’s main room.
Hakkasan will be open Friday and Saturday nights from 10:30 p.m. until late.
Guests must make a table reservation to enter, with a strict limit on guests permitted at each table due to social distancing requirements. No general admission tickets or guest list entry will be available until further notice. All guests must be 21 years of age or older.
Don’t expect big name DJs to be part of the offering here (or at any of the other major Las Vegas nightclubs) until all Covid restrictions are lifted.
Table minimum beverage spend requirements start at $1,000 for a table of six.
Hakkasan Group’s Wet Republic Ultra Pool reopened for the season on March 5. The outdoor terrace at Omnia Nightclub is also now open on Friday and Saturday nights.