1.What is the best advice to give an individual who is going to a club for the first time so he can enter right away and maximize his first club experience in Vegas?
He can get a VIP table. His experience as a first time guest will linger on longer than the sticker shock of a bottle of wine in Vegas. Other things he has to remember are: to be there early, bring an ID as well as enjoy everything TAO Group venues offer.
2. When it comes to etiquette whether falling in line or inside the club, what other tips/advice can be given to first-time club-goers?
It is always a must to be polite as this will help a lot in dealing with personnel. They should not order anything that is illegal in Vegas or else they will get removed from the place.
3. Money matters. Will offering a tip to staff or security help guests get inside faster?
Honestly, it does not help much. Table service will let guests enter fast, or else, they should plan in advance to get on the guest list.
4.Will there be some nights in particular when a guest can try to get inside a club without reserving for a table? Are there low-peak weeknights or are these places always jampacked?
Guests can always check a club’s website for the events lined up for the weekend. Any night can possibly be crowded with people, depending on the scheduled event, holiday weekend or some other factors. People party hard on school nights just like on weekends.
5. To be included in the list, would it be better to speak with a club host/promoter or deal straight with the club? How do such relations actually work?
Certainly, it is best to talk to a club host/promoter, to make sure that they will be attended to. It is easy to develop relationships since hospitality motivates people. A promoter can get guests on the list and even help get their table ready. A VIP host will just be there throughout the evening to assist guests for the whole weekend.
6. When planning to take along a group to Vegas and reserve a table with bottle service, what is the general rule when it comes to the number of people to a table. Is there a table for four? Is there a table of 12 or is this too many?
Whether there is only one guest or a few hundred, Tao can set up a table that would accommodate the number of guests. Many tables can fit in 6 to 12 people but no matter what size of group there is, Tao can arrange a table for them.
7. Are there any rules when it comes to taking videos and pictures inside the clubs?
GoPros and large camera equipment are not allowed. Only smart phones are accepted at all venues. Anyway, these mobile phones can take good quality pictures that people like to share on social media.