The Hakkasan Group’s latest lounge concept is putting the final touches on its decor, before officially opening on Dec. 29. Touted as "the new face in entertainment," Level Up Las Vegas will fill the 12,000-square-foot casino level space vacated by the shuttered Rainforest Cafe. An early estimated construction budget of $2,198,043 will have created a combination bar, lounge and "tech savvy, adult playground."
Yet to be confirmed, Level Up’s Facebook page lists its daily, upcoming opening hours as 11 a.m. to 4 a.m., with a firm focus on luring inside a millennial customer base headed to and from their Hakkasan Nightclub just a few steps away.
Promised for the industrial chic social lounge, "QuadAir Hockey, Bubble Hockey, Sigma Derby, Giant Pac-Man and Connect Four, an arm wrestling table, and much more." The Sigma Derby game has already been relocated from its popular location on the MGM Grand’s casino floor.
Also planned, the "world’s first indoor laser golf course," using "Augmented Reality" to let players experience "real-world courses on moving greens with laser guidance, while offering a bevy of interactive putting and other mini-games."
For guests wishing to sit, sip and take in the high energy scene, the "Live Lucky Bar," will be serving 24 craft beers and a specialty cocktail menu, and later in the evenings, they will be entertained by a "live DJ and endless entertainment across the multiple screens on display."