The 3 Las Vegas Strip Clubs Worth Your Time (And Money)
They call it ‘The Strip’ for a reason. That reason has nothing to do with exotic dancers, but here you go anyway.
The reigning king of Las Vegas topless temples is a perfectly appropriate place to bring an adventurous lady friend for late-night cocktails and lap dances. The 24-hour hotspot’s “Rhino Entertainers” are an impressive group who give good dance, which is presumably why the place has been named “Gentlemen’s Club of the Year” for the past 10 years. Also, this club’s only-in-Vegas happy “hour” lasts from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m., with drinks running just $4. Don’t forget to tip your dancer.
Crazy Horse III
There’s an abundance of clubs to choose from in Vegas, but that doesn’t mean you should end up at a sleazy, stain-ridden strip joint. Operating as a de facto after-hours bar, Crazy Horse III is where superstar DJs Skrillex, Diplo, and Tiësto unwind after their sets at the megaclubs on the Strip. The exclusive club puts babes and bottles in arms reach. Plus, free limo service to the club makes getting there a bit easier if you’re already a few rounds in. The one catch: It’s first-come, first-served, so if you’re not a headliner you’ll want to book 24 hours in advance.
At 70,000 square feet, Sapphire is the world’s biggest strip club with as many as 400 dancers peeling down over the course of a single night. This means you must roll up to Sapphire in style. Want to take that idea to its logical extreme? Sign up for the Giant High Roller Package then board a private jet towards Las Vegas with a mix of champagne and beautiful women in tow. Alternatively you can take advantage of their all exclusive oasis, a bit of privacy tucked away within the jungle of limbs. For an even more surreal scene, check out Ping Pong Palooza, the club’s annual topless table-tennis tournament.