Blush Boutique Nightclub

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Blush Boutique Nightclub was a nightclub located in the Wynn Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip. It was the first boutique nightclub in Las Vegas. It opened Labor Day Weekend 2007 and closed on 2011.[1]

Casino developer Stephen A. Wynn and renowned night club operator Sean Christie created Blush Boutique Nightclub in 2007. Prior to partnering with Wynn Las Vegas, Christie was a founding member and managing partner of The Light Group. He was also an integral part of The Lyons Group which owns and operates more than 30 nightclub venues on the East coast. Formerly the location of Lure, the venue was completely remodeled under the direction of Wynn’s Executive Vice President of Design Roger Thomas. The club features a one-of-a-kind crème lantern ceiling-sculpture which creates various hues and images that enhance the vibe and atmosphere as the display literally comes alive nightly.

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The 4,500-square-foot (420 m2) club featured a lit onyx dance floor and a lantern ceiling sculpture. A rich palette of deep green, chocolate brown, gold and shimmering metallics create an ambiance of sensual elegance. The club features a series of contemporary paintings that add a provocative and edgy feel. Additional seating banquettes around a new dance floor produce a circular flow to the space. The open-air patio and bar have been enhanced with lighted topiaries and outdoor seating surrounded by lush foliage.

Features[edit]

In addition to banquettes and bottle service, a private, draped VIP Room was available for up to 25 people. Beverage menus, including wines by the glass or bottle and an extensive collection of infused vodkas, changed on a monthly basis. The lighting and sound system was designed by John Lyons, winner of the World Club Award.

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Coordinates: 36°07′45″N 115°09′58″W / 36.1293°N 115.1662°W / 36.1293; -115.1662