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You Will Now Refer to Pure Nightclub as Omnia

The $38 million nightclub plans to open next spring at Caesars Palace.

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Rendering: Rockwell Group

Now the nightclub at Caesars Palace, shuttered since May, has a name to replace the former Pure nomenclature. Meet Omnia, which when open next spring, will bring 75,000 square feet from the Hakkasan Group at an estimated price tag of $38 million.

The Rockwell Group is designing the look and feel of this multi-level club club with vaulted ceilings that will feature a “massive main room … a sexy ultra-lounge, mezzanine and rooftop garden,” according to USA Today. As far as entertainment, expect EDM deejays, live performances and celebrity hosts.

As for the name, president of the Hakkasan Group Nick McCabe tells the newspaper that “Omnia means 'all.' … which epitomizes the approach we have taken with this venue, to create an experience that everyone can savor."