Welcome to New York’s celebrity hot spots: VIP, V VIP and VV VIP rooms!
New York is full of the fantastic delirium... the glamour, the chance, the freedom and the snobbery make these clubs the hottest nightlife destinations. Call ahead to be placed on club's guest list.
248 W 14th St
Phone: (212) 367-0822
Directions: 1, 2, 3 at 14th St; L at 8th Ave
Country Club is a high-energy cocktail lounge that combines elements of a classic clubhouse with a nightclub experience. In Manhattan's Meatpacking District the club features live performances and sets by an ongoing rotation of top DJ talent.
37 West 26th Street
Phone: (212) 725-3860
Over 3,500 square feet of sleek and sophisticated space; beautiful people, alluring bottle menu, top of the line sound system and great energy are all found from the dance floor to the VIP Tree House lounge.
618 W 46th St
Phone: (212) 209-7500
Directions: A, C, E at 42nd St
Pacha NYC is the first North American outlet of the international nightlife empire. Sprawling over 30,000 square feet, Pacha features an award-winning sound system and multiple DJ booths across 4 floors, along with spectacular lasers & lighting effects.
225 E Houston St
Lower East Side
Phone: (212) 254-2200
Directions: F, V at 2nd Ave
This Tri-level nightlife playground is a marvel of form and function, featuring three full-service bars, a V.I.P mezzanine, and seductive lounge spaces. The Main room is crafted for one single purpose -- dancing! Classy and sexy, with a hint of downtown cool.
527 W 27th St
Phone: (212) 463-0000
Directions: C, E at 23rd St
An opulent oasis fashioned after the festive party paradises of St. Tropez and Rio de Janeiro; it offers a plush, intimate haven in which to enjoy a high energy atmosphere, luxurious service and some of the world's most popular house music DJ's.
26 Little West 12th St.
Meat Packing District
Phone: (646) 624-2410
Directions: L at 8th Ave; 1, 2, 3 at 14th St; A, C, E at 14th St.
Diddy has graced the D.J. booth; Janet Jackson, the private VIP bathroom. The horseshoe-shaped dance floor is surrounded by two tiers of tables and a D.J.-performance stage. A leather bar, marble accents, zebra-print tables, and a velvet-rich Purple Room give nearby Double Seven a run for its money.