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Just standing here on the restaurant with our signature Buddha behind us, 20 foot Buddha and of course everybody asks, how did the Buddha get in here? Tao is actually designed by the design group, Toma Shews, as you can see here the type of the way it was kind of described is kind of like an Asian City. Out here is the restaurant with seats of about 350 people or so and its one of the busiest restaurants in the United States. In a restaurant, you have like two levels here and then we also have a sushi bar and then the bar in the lounge.
This is a complex, which houses an ultra lounge, a restaurant, a nightclub and a beach. All in one facility were at the Tao Beach at the Venetian hotel and casino resort in beautiful Las Vegas. Tao Beach is a place when it’s only a cool chilly 200 degrees heat in the shade. People come to relax, party pool side, come out to Tao Beach where its basically a night club without a roof. Hosting something that’s crazy is trying to turn anomaly for so long, it was the night clubs that drove this city. It reached a saturation point where it started from about five night clubs an alley now to 38.
Pool started a couple of years ago, Tao Beach right now is three years old and it has turned into one of the major draws for the summer. Nowadays people are coming to what's they realize before that they were going to the nigh clubs and they never really went outside, now people are getting a different very graphic that’s really coming where people really want to come and hang out and enjoy the beach, enjoy the pool. The get out, so its just something that’s an indented to whatever is doing when they come out here when they are planning their trip, they want to come to a pool party.
It was one that has in itself as an experience, its not really something that can be described as something that you just have to feel. Once you are and basically what you are going to do is you are going to walk into our VIP elevator, take that one flight up. When the doors are open and you are going to be surrounded by our marble monkey bar, which is a beautiful bar that has a couple hundred wooden monkeys and then you are going to walk down the long hallway. You are going to see the models like posing for you and being sexy in lingerie. Then you are going to be engulfed in our main room night light, which is actually two levels, so you are going to see the VIP sky box above you, you are going to see the low VIP.
The music scene at Tao, we incorporate—we have three resident DJ’s at Tao. Our DJ’s are some of the best DJ’s in the country. One of the things that we really strive for especially in the night club is the experience itself which is the reason why people come to Tao.