The Vault Night Club & Lounge
The Vault Night Club & Lounge

We are The Vault Night Club & Lounge

A nightclub in Los Angeles.

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  • 801 South Hill Street ,
  • Los Angeles, California,
  • 90014

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what makes us great

The Vault Nightclub and Lounge is quickly establishing itself as one of the hottest spots in Downtown Los Angeles. The area surrounding the club has experienced explosive hotel, business, and real estate growth in recent years, and the rejuvenation efforts downtown have prompted renewal efforts by the Vault as well.

The club features a state-of-the-art, fully integrated sound, light, laser, and video system. Our rich d├ęcor is enhanced by a distressed plank hardwood floor, which surrounds a chic bamboo dance floor. Our 25-foot high ceilings are adorned by 12 crystal chandeliers, and sleek white leather booths give our venue a VIP ambience.

Located at the corner of 8th and Hill Street, the club was formally a bank. We thought it only fitting to keep the original bank vault that still smells of the cash it once held.

With a huge open floor plan and vaulted ceilings, the 22,000 square foot club can host 900+ people, top to bottom, and our plush lounge and VIP seating are perfectly designed for dancing and mingling. Our 100,000 watt sound system offers heart-thumping beats, and our laser lights are sure to hypnotize.

The Vault is full of hidden pockets, perfect for dancing and mingling, or for conventions, fashion shows, filming and other events. The versatile venue can be opened in its entirety for your event, or partially opened to create a more intimate environment.

In the heart of bustling Downtown L.A., the Vault is sure to become your favorite nightlife hot spot.

The Vault Night Club & Lounge

801 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, 90014


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