This Iconic Las Vegas Hotel Is Getting One of NYC's Favorite Private Members' Clubs

Zero Bond will debut at Wynn Las Vegas in 2025.

<p>Courtesy of Zero Bond Members Club</p>

Courtesy of Zero Bond Members Club

New York City is home to a private members' club so exclusive it reportedly has a waitlist of 5,000 people: Zero Bond. The club, which opened in 2020, is said to have a $10 million art collection, annual fees of up to $4,440, and is a favored haunt of celebrities Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and Leonard DiCaprio.

Now, three years after its Big Apple debut, Zero Bond announced plans to open its second outpost in another bustling U.S. city: Las Vegas.

“Zero Bond was created as a sanctuary for today's contemporary forward thinkers," Scott Sartiano, the co-founder of Zero Bond, said in a statement obtained by Travel + Leisure. "As we expand the club’s footprint, we’re not just creating new destinations; we’re designing experiences that redefine sophistication."

Zero Bond Las Vegas is slated to debut in 2025 at Wynn Las Vegas. “Wynn Resorts has a long history of attracting and partnering with the most creative folks in every part of our business," Craig Billings, CEO of Wynn Resorts, said in a statement obtained by T+L. (Wynn Las Vegas is set to host the 2024 World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards and is home to an array of popular eateries like Delilah, Mizumi, and Cipriani.)

“Our partnership with Wynn Resorts reaffirms our commitment to the ever-evolving needs of our members’ dynamic and nomadic lifestyles," said Sartiano.

New York Zero Bond spans 20,000 square feet over multiple floors and boasts a variety of dining experiences, social workspaces, and personal care services. Should anything similar be coming to Sin City, then expect the bar to be raised in Vegas.

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