Las Vegas Strip Club VIP Rooms — A Value Guide

PantiesVIP rooms in Las Vegas strip clubs are expensive. Some are worth every penny. Some are rip-offs. Some of the less expensive options are among the best rooms in town for privacy, comfort and dancer selection. And some of the most expensive are duds.

Few visitors to Vegas strip clubs, including those who visit regularly, realize how greatly the VIP room prices differ from one club to another.  That’s because, while the price quote for the time in the room is generally in the same ballpark at every club, there are huge differences in the clubs’ VIP bar tab requirements.

In this survey, I’m going to cover all of the VIP options at the major Las Vegas strip clubs and even a few of the lesser known locals’ strip clubs. I’ll describe the rooms, the amount of comfort and privacy they offer, and give you charts of the full costs of the rooms to make it easy for you to comparison shop for the best experience and the best deal.

I’ll also tell you when and how you can negotiate for a better price.

The VIP Room Privacy Factor

Every Las Vegas strip club has one or more VIP rooms.  VIP rooms come in two basic types. Briefly:

1. The Group VIP was once the most common type of Vegas strip club VIP room. This is essentially a big room where multiple dancers entertain multiple customers. The seating may be standard lap dance chairs, couches, or booths, but there’s no real privacy from other customers, dancers, bouncers or other club personnel.  Everyone can see everyone else.

2. The Private 1-on-1 VIP Room is designed for a customer to be alone with a dancer. These are rooms with four walls and some kind of doorway.  The doorway may be open or it may have a door you can close or a curtain you can draw across the opening.

These private 1-on-1 rooms may be grouped in a big room (most common) or lined up down private hallways (Little Darlings) that afford additional privacy. The rooms are generally furnished with a comfortable couch or bed and sometimes a small table and lamp, but not much else.

Some clubs offer private VIP rooms with special amenities.  For example, Sapphire offers a private karaoke room.  You may also find video monitors, individual lighting and sound controls, windows overlooking the club’s main stage, and other amenities.  (See my review of Vegas’s most luxurious private VIP rooms.)

And a few Vegas strip clubs offer some larger private VIPs for small groups like bachelor parties.

The Price of Privacy

BraThe trend in Vegas strip clubs over the past ten years has been away from the old group VIP rooms in favor of more private 1-on-1 cubicles or rooms. Most clubs now offer at least a few private options, usually for a higher price than their group VIP.

That’s because the clubs have realized that guys are willing to pay more for privacy.

Clubs that have both a group VIP and private VIP rooms charge a higher hourly fee and/or bar tab and/or time requirement in the private VIP. And drinks for the drink requirement in any of the VIP rooms are generally more expensive than drinks in the main club showroom.

With a few exceptions, most of the clubs in town will quote you a price for their group and private VIPs that sounds similar to the prices at other clubs. But the actual price varies widely between clubs because of the bar tab effect.

For example, both Babes and Crazy Horse III will quote you a price of $400 for an hour with a dancer in one of their curtained cubicle VIP rooms. Both clubs’ rooms are very private and comfortable and similar in size.

But Babes’ price includes two drinks, while Crazy Horse III requires a $475 bar tab in addition to the $400 charge for the room. So the actual price is $400 at Babes vs. $875 at Crazy Horse III.

The point is, if you just look at quoted VIP room prices, you may not be getting a fair comparison.  The charts below show the full cost of each club’s VIP, with a breakdown of the room and liquor charges.

My Strategy for When to Pay for the VIP and When to Save My Money

My view is that there’s no reason to spring for the VIP unless you’re getting something for the extra cost. The benefit I expect when I pay for the VIP is privacy.

So I won’t pay for a group VIP even at clubs I like, because there’s no more privacy in a group VIP than on the main floor.

At a lot of Vegas strip clubs with group VIPs, the dancer will tell you that she can give you a much better dance in the VIP, or that club policy is that no touching is allowed outside the VIP.

But that’s no reason to spring for a group VIP, because there are plenty of strip clubs where you can get hot lap dances whether you pay for the VIP or not. See where to go for high mileage in Vegas.

At clubs with private 1-on-1 VIP rooms, I may pay for the VIP because I find the privacy enhances the experience for me.

Keeping all this in mind, here are the Vegas strip clubs’ current VIP options and prices in a series of simple comparison charts.

Vegas Strip Club VIP Room Cost Comparison Charts

The Cost of a 10- to 15-Minute VIP Room Dance

In most cases, the VIP rate is actually based on three songs, not 10 minutes. But I’ve stop-watched enough clubs to know that with the DJ jabbering between songs, three songs generally takes slightly more than 10 minutes to play out.

Private Rooms – 10 to 15 Minutes – Good to Excellent Privacy

CLUB COST COMMENTS
Babes 100 10 minutes, includes 2 drinks; curtained cubicles are in private hall
Crazy Horse III 100 10 minutes, open-doored rooms grouped in a larger room
Palomino Club 100

10 minutes, curtained rooms with small sofa inside larger VIP, best dancer selection

Talk of the Town 100 10 minutes, curtained rooms
Little Darlings 125 15 minutes in open cubicle, difficult to find dancers who will actually accept the official price
Deja Vu Showgirls 150 15 minutes in cubicle with a door you can close

Babes throws in two drinks for their 10-minute dance at no extra charge.  Babes, Crazy Horse III and Deja Vu are topless while Palomino, Talk of the Town, and Little Darlings are nude.

For excellent privacy with the best selection of the most beautiful dancers, it’s definitely Palomino Club.

Group VIP Room – 10 to 15 Minutes

CLUB COST COMMENTS
Cheetahs 100  10 minutes
Play I Again Sam 100  10 minutes, includes 2 drinks
Deja Vu Showgirls 125 10 minutes
Sophia’s 140 10 minutes
Hustler 140 10 minutes
Spearmint Rhino 140 10 minutes. Includes $40 alcohol
Centerfolds 140 10 minutes, includes $40 alcohol
Sapphire 140 10 minutes. Includes $40 alcohol
Treasures 140 10 minutes. Includes $40 alcohol

Most clubs with the 3-dances-for-$100 option allow these dances only in group VIP rooms.  And when a club tacks on a $40 booze charge, you won’t get as much alcohol for your money as you will out on the main floor.

At many of the clubs in this chart, the group VIPs are not only not private, they are also too brightly lit.  For a club where the group VIP is pleasantly dark, choose Sapphire, Rhino, Treasures or Cheetahs, all high-mileage topless clubs.  At Club Paradise the VIP is dark because it’s a railed-off, elevated open area at the side of the main showroom, which is dark.  Club Paradise is a low-mileage club.

Best Value on the 10- to 15-Minute VIP Room Dances

I consider 10 to 15 minutes the ideal amount of time for a private show.

You can enjoy a slow private striptease and take your time exploring the dancer’s body close up, without getting to the point where you’ve got extra time that you have to fill up with small talk.  And at the clubs in the top chart, you can have this intense private-room experience for roughly the same price as 10 minutes in the group VIP at most of the major Vegas strip clubs.

For the single best deal on a private room show, I like the 10-minute completely nude show at Palomino Club (club review / club website).  The dancer selection is terrific, the dances are high contact, and the private shows take place in small curtained rooms within the VIP.  The curtain is opaque and completely covers the opening to the room.  There is no additional bar tab.  That is a great deal for a nude private show at a club with dancers of this caliber.

Sapphire is a stand-out as a club that offers some privacy even for a $20 lap dance on the main floor. The club is simply so large that it’s easy for a dancer to take you to some hidden nook or cranny.  You get a lot of lap dance on the main floor at Sapphire, and the selection is unsurpassed in Vegas.

The Cost of a 30-Minute VIP Room Dance

Let’s look at the 30-minute VIP dance costs in the private and group Vegas strip club VIP rooms. There are more clubs with private VIP room offerings in this category.

Private Rooms – 30 Minutes – Good to Excellent Privacy

CLUB COST COMMENTS
Babes 200 Curtained room is in private hall, includes 2 drinks
Talk of the Town 200 Curtained room is in main room, near entrance
Cheetahs 240 Open-doored room in larger room, includes $40 alcohol
Crazy Horse III 240 Open-doored room in larger room, includes $40 alcohol
Little Darlings 250 30 minutes in a private room, open doorway; difficult to find dancers who will actually work for the official price
Play It Again Sam 250 Open-doored room, includes 4 drinks
Palomino Club 250

Curtained room with small sofa within larger VIP room, completely nude, best dancer selection

Deja Vu Showgirls 250 30 minutes in private room with door you can close, includes mini-champagne
Palomino Club 350

30 minutes in an elegant private bedroom with a curtained door, your choice of couch or bed, includes $100 alcohol

Hustler Club 460 30 minutes in private room with door you can close, includes a bottle

 

Palomino Club’s $350 for 30 minutes in a large private bedroom is a good deal, as it includes $100 in alcohol and is for a high-contact, fully-nude show, and the dancer selection is outstanding.

Or you could go for the $250 curtained room with no bar tab at Palomino and save $100.  The room includes a small but comfy sofa.  The curtain covering the doorway is opaque and provides complete coverage.  The show is fully nude and high contact, and again, the dancer selection is outstanding. 

Group VIP Room – 30 Minutes

CLUB COST COMMENTS
Spearmint Rhino 240 Includes $40 alcohol
Hustler 260  
Treasures 335  Includes $75 alcohol
Sapphire 375 Includes $75 alcohol
Sophia’s 400 Includes $120 alcohol
Centerfolds 550 Includes $250 alcohol (Note:  We have reports that the price has gone up, must confirm.)

I’m astonished at the prices Vegas clubs charge for a group VIP.

If privacy’s not an issue with you, Rhino’s the standout in this category for price. But you could get 12 lap dances at Sapphire on the main floor for that price. I’ll just point out that at Sapphire (club review / club website) you can get a lot of lap dance on the main floor for $20, and Sapphire is a large enough club to let you stretch out and give you more privacy with a dancer in some of its dark corners on the main floor than you’ll ever find in the Rhino VIP.

Best Value on the 30-Minute VIP Room Dances

The prices at Babes (topless) and Talk of the Town (nude) are great, and Deja Vu’s rooms with a door you can close are nice, but none of these clubs come close to matching the dancer selection of the major Vegas clubs.

At Palomino Club, you can save money by opting for the smaller curtained room, but if you’d be drinking $100 in alcohol anyway, a nude show in one of the private bedrooms lets you get exceptionally comfortable with a dancer.  Again, the dancer selection at Palomino Club is outstanding,with 80+ dancers at peak hours, all of them first-rate.

The Cost of a 60-Minute VIP Room Dance

Finally, Sapphire (club review / club website) gets into the max privacy act.  Sapphire has the most elegant 1-on-1 private rooms in town, as well as private rooms that are large enough to accommodate bachelor parties and other groups. (See the Sapphire web site for VIP group party deals.)

But in this report I’m focusing on 1-on-1 rooms. Let’s see how they stack up.

Private Rooms – 60 Minutes – Good to Excellent Privacy

CLUB COST COMMENTS
Little Darlings 400 Open-doored room; difficult to find dancers who will actually work for the official price
Babes 400 Curtained room, includes 2 drinks
Talk of the Town 400 Curtained room in main room near entrance
Play It Again Sam 450 Open-doored room, includes 4 drinks
Palomino Club 450

Curtained room in VIP with small sofa

Cheetahs 480 Open-doored room in VIP, includes $80 alcohol
Crazy Horse III 480 Open-doored room in VIP, includes $80 alcohol
Deja Vu Showgirls 500 Private room with door, includes bottle of champagne
Palomino Club 600 Curtained private couch room or bedroom, includes $150 alcohol, individual dancers may quote you a higher price, exceptionally comfortable
Sapphire 700 Open-doored rooms in VIP, includes $300 alcohol
Hustler 740 Private room with door you can close, includes bottle
Spearmint Rhino 775 Curtained room in VIP, includes $375 alcohol
Sapphire 800

Skybox private room with door you can close, includes $300 alcohol, unsurpassed elegance (treat yourself some time)

Crazy Horse III 875 Curtained rooms in VIP, includes $475 alcohol

Little Darlings, Talk of the Town and Palomino are nude clubs, with Palomino having by far the best dancer selection of the three; the other clubs in this chart are topless.

At Palomino Club, you can save money by opting for the smaller curtained room ($450, with no extra bar tab), which means you could spend two hours with beautiful naked dancers for roughly the same price as only one hour at Crazy Horse III.  Now I know what I’m going to ask my wife to get me for Christmas.

If you’d be drinking $150 in alcohol anyway, a nude show in one of the private bedrooms at Palomino Club lets you get exceptionally comfortable with a dancer.

Group VIP Room – 60 Minutes

CLUB COST COMMENTS
Hustler 475  
Spearmint Rhino 480 Includes $80 alcohol
Treasures 650  Includes $150 alcohol
Sophia’s 700 Includes $200 alcohol
Centerfolds 750 Includes $250 alcohol

Of the six clubs on this chart, four of them—Treasures, OG, Club Paradise and Glitter Gulch—are the only major strip clubs in Vegas that have no privacy options beyond their group VIP rooms. Glitter Gulch makes its money on the downtown tourists who think Vegas cabs are too expensive and don’t realize they can catch a free limo to a dozen better, less expensive clubs.

OG and Club Paradise also rely on the tourist trade from their prime locations. OG’s high prices have chased away most of its old local following. And for a lap dance aficionado, the VIP room at OG is way too well-lit.

Treasures and Club Paradise are at least dark as hell.  Club Paradise in particular is an old-fashioned, elegant property.

Best Value on the 60-Minute VIP Room Dances

Nobody touches Palomino Club for their combination of price and dancer selection with max privacy in their comfortable private curtained rooms.  $450 total for an hour?  In Vegas?  They have some of the hottest dancers in town and they’re completely nude.

Palomino Club also has a good rate for 60-minute nude private shows in the clubs’ private bedrooms, although you may have to negotiate to get that rate.  Palomino’s official $600 rate includes $150 in booze.  However, individual dancers have been known to quote higher prices for these bedroom shows. So, if you’re going to Palomino for a private bedroom dance, see How to Negotiate Prices in Vegas Strip Clubs.

If the highest-possible mileage is your priority, Sapphire would be my top pick. Sapphire is the swankest strip club in town, with the largest dancer selection.

Can You Negotiate a Better Price?

It used to be that clubs disallowed dancers from negotiating VIP room prices because this was one of the ways dancers had been stung by cops on phony prostitution charges.

Now you may be forced to negotiate at some clubs to avoid wildly overpaying.  Dancers have now won a series of court cases regarding their rights as independent contractors, and in some clubs can basically set whatever price they want.

But in my experience, there are better and worse ways to negotiate. See my post How to Negotiate Prices in a Vegas Strip Club for the best way to start the conversation over private dance prices in order to get both a fair price and the dancer’s best performance.

Remember, regardless of what you pay the dancer, she still has to pay the house the same amount for the room “rental,” and she has to tip out the bouncer and host and cover the same house fee. If a dancer quotes the house rate, I wouldn’t try to talk her down. If she’s quoting her personal rate, I’m more apt to tell her I’ll pay the house rate up front, and tip her at the end based on the dance.

Negotiating with the House

Pro Tip:  Where you can negotiate is with the club manager on the bar tab requirement, especially for the higher-end bar tabs and especially if the club is not crowded and the rooms you are interested in are unoccupied.  During off hours, you might get $100 or more taken off a high-end bar tab requirement. This is Vegas and you can often get what you ask for. But remember, the dancer can’t make this deal and the VIP room host may not be able to. Talk to a manager if the host can’t help you.

Other Articles You May Be Interested In

Sometimes you run into a dancer who quotes you a price different from the official club price for a lap dance or private show. To be prepared, see How to Negotiate Prices in Vegas Strip Clubs.
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51 Responses to “Las Vegas Strip Club VIP Rooms — A Value Guide”

  1. Cheo D.

    New development: the Rhino now apparently extends the $40 VIP drinks tab to the 3×100 dances too.

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  2. Tijereta

    I see Palomino is 35 minutes for their shorter-time closed-door option. The listing above does not indicate their longer-time offering is 75 minutes. Is it? Or is it just 60? Also, what are the chances of getting the bar tab requirement that goes with it removed or reduced? I don’t drink. That’s $100 put into a shredder for me.

    Great site Arnold, truly. Thanks.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      I’d say ask a manager but my guess is that you’ll probably have to pay the $100. The VIP bar fee is how the house makes it money. It’s not based on the actual cost of the liquor. But ask. Vegas strip clubs generally try to make their customers happy. And yes, it’s 75 minutes.

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  3. Shane

    I completely agree with not trying to negotiate a lower price for a dancer. However, I am curious as to etiquette when it comes to tipping post-VIP. On the couple of occasions which I have gone to VIP, dancer has asked me to tip. Thoughts?

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  4. Arnold Snyder

    It’s never necessary to tip a dancer extra for a VIP room show (or a lap dance). You’re only required to pay the house price or whatever price you’ve agreed to with the dancer before the dance. Usually if a dancer requests an extra tip after the dance, it’s because she feels she treated you exceptionally well and she hopes you agree. If you agree, tip her. If you’re short on funds, tell her that but compliment her on her performance. If I don’t feel a dance was worth an extra tip, I don’t tip extra. It’s generally more important to tip dancers extra in clubs that don’t serve alcohol, because the club will often take a bigger piece of the price you pay the dancer. It’s also more important to tip extra if you’re getting a special price, like a 2-for-1 or a half-price special.

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  5. Jamie

    If I get a VIP room deal that includes a bottle can I take the bottle back to my table after the time is up?

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  6. Arnold Snyder

    No, they have lap dance rooms with a comfy sofa and a little table and lamp and an open doorway (curtains coming, but weren’t installed yet as of last weekend when I was there). Sometimes there’s an extra upholstered chair.

    The 15/30 minute private shows are in the bedrooms with a door that closes. The bed is sort of an extra wide chaise lounge for two. You can see photos of this type of room in the Vallerina Estrella dancer of the month pics.

    Update: Steve, there are photos of both types of room in the Private VIP Rooms article: Private Rooms

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  7. Steve

    Thanks so much for the quick info Arnold. We (my GF and I) will definitely partake in the private VIP room when we are in town in a few weeks.

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  8. StripRez

    That might be without a doubt, the most thorough information I have ever seen in regards to Vegas Strip Club. You must have spent a lot of time in the clubs to get all this info and compile it. lol

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  9. Anonymous

    Your numbers for palomino are way off. The private is $1000 for an hour and $400 for half hour as per multiple girls who work there

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Anonymous, when I saw your comment, I called the assistant to the Palomino Club owner. He says the club’s price for private room shows is exactly as posted on TVO.

      Dancers in strip clubs in Vegas and everywhere else are independent contractors. That means a club can’t stop an individual dancer from negotiating her own price for a private show at any club in Vegas, but that is not the club price. Maybe the dancer didn’t want to dance for you. Or maybe she was a hustler who saw you as a rich tourist who didn’t know any better.

      Also, it makes no sense that an hour would cost more than 2x the half hour.

      I don’t know exactly what you were asking for, so I don’t know whether the price you’re being given is fair or not.

      But in general, unless you’re asking for sex or multiple dancers, $1000 an hour would be absurd in Vegas, even for a nude private room show. Sapphire is $500 plus a $300 bar tab. At Little Darlings you can get an hour in a club bedroom for $400. At Deja Vu you can get an hour in a private bedroom for $500, and that includes a $100 bottle.

      I’ve had private room dances at Palomino and all of these clubs, and these were the prices I paid.

      I would quote the dancer the prices listed on TVO, and I wouldn’t pay more than the club price except in the specific situation that I would pay $30 for a lap dance with touching at Little Darlings. The dancer can negotiate, but you can negotiate right back, like an informed consumer.

      The Palomino Club prices have been posted on TVO since TVO opened in May last year. I know that TVO readers have gotten private room dances at the club. But this is the only report I’ve had of any dancers asking for anything other than the club’s official price.

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      • Arnold Snyder

        I just looked at my notes. I was at Palomino Club two weeks ago, Saturday, March 14. The club was full, but I had no trouble getting into the private bedroom a little after midnight at the prices stated on TVO.

        Guys, you have to toughen up. This weekend I will write up a post on negotiating with Vegas strippers.

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  10. Steve

    That’s a post we will all look forward to. The information you provide on pricing really helps. If you go in there with no idea you can be taken for a ride so to speak. As you’ve stated elsewhere competition among dancers helps as long as there isn’t collusion and with so many of them that would be hard to pull off. If a dancer is quoting you a price above and beyond what you list here I’ll just politely say no thanks and look for another one.

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  11. Curious

    If I were to get a 3 song $100 private dance at the Palomino, will they charge me any kind of bar tab fee? Hope you answer soon. I’m going tonight!

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Correct–no bar tab fee for any VIP dances at Palomino except in the Palomino Penthouse rooms.

      The 3 for $100 private dance is in the curtained smaller rooms, so no bar tab.

      Have fun tonight.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Soliciting for an act of prostitution is illegal in Clark County, so if you’re asking for sex in exchange for money, that would be illegal. It’s unlikely, however, that you would be busted for this, as you’re unlikely to find an undercover cop working as a dancer in a strip club. (It’s never happened to my knowledge.) If you badger a dancer for sex excessively, however, you may find yourself thrown out of the club if she reports you to a bouncer.

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  12. Texas

    I am going to Vegas next week with a friend of mine. Which place would you recommend where the girls lets you get a little extra when behind closed doors, so to speak?
    Also, is there any approach or etiquette for asking a dancer to come back to your room (if she wants)?

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  13. Arnold Snyder

    Texas: I don’t recommend asking dancers to come back to your room. It’s best if you try not to get personally involved with the dancers.

    Always remember when you’re in a Vegas strip club that the dancers are being protected by the bouncers–those generally big, sometimes mean-looking VIP hosts. A guy going around the club asking dancers to come home with him might raise the ire of a bouncer. Never a good idea.

    I recommend you spend a lot of money on a dancer inside the club, and only if she suggests that you get together when she gets off work should you have that discussion. The most important thing is your generosity, then your charm and wit and good looks. You wait for her to broach the subject of meeting off site.

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  14. Tracy

    Arnold, heading to Vegas mid Feb, are your prices listed still pretty current? Looking to hit up palomino with the husband. Any clubs more “couple friendly” than others?

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  15. Arnold Snyder

    Tracy: Prices are current as far as I know, but clubs do change so if you find something different, let me know. You should find Palomino very couples friendly.

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    • Todd

      Great article. The gf and I are headed there at end of June. I’m definitely leaning toward Palomino club 30 or 60 min VIP room. And yes she is excited about that too.

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  16. Cecily Moore

    hello I’m a swimming suit model for The Palms casino with no cash payments but celebrity exposure. Im interested in how to become a dancer to make extra cash to buy a house,pay for college tuition,and become more financially stable.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Cecily, if you’re a swim suit model for the Palms you can probably work at any club in town. You’d probably make the most money at Palomino Club or Sapphire.

      You become a dancer by auditioning. Just call up the club and ask when you should show up. They may ask for photos first–if so, send copies of your modeling photos. Those ought to get you into the club for an interview.

      An audition will usually involve some conversation with a manager and time on stage during regular club hours. At Palomino, this would mean getting naked on stage. At Sapphire, it would mean getting topless. Both clubs would also probably want to observe you interacting with customers on the floor. Palomino Club likes dancers that mingle and socialize with the guests. Sapphire wants to see the same social skills and a dancer who is comfortable with the high-contact lap dance scene.

      Sometimes you’ll run into drunks in strip clubs. Neither club will allow disrespect or abuse of their dancers, but they also want you to have the skills to handle someone who may not act perfectly at all times without really crossing the line. If you’re going to run crying from the room if some guy says your breasts are too small, this is probably not the line of work for you. Most guys are decent, but some can be beasts.

      A good dancer is a combination of artist/performer and hostess. She is into teasing and turning guys/couples on. She likes meeting new people and drawing them out. She is into entertaining people and helping them forget their worries for a while and feel good.

      To make a good living, a dancer has to do all of the above, and also be a decent salesperson. You have to be able to actually close the deal to get a guy to pay for a lap dance or the VIP.

      Best wishes on your new career. In my opinion, dancers are doing a very important job.

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  17. Vistor, turning 21 birthday .

    Anything similar to smoke weed / marijuana use in Main / VIP Room are allowed like no one will ever get caught? let me know.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      B2B, the price for a 60-minute private show in a private booth (open-doored) is $700. That includes $300 in drinks.

      The price for a 60-minute private show in a Skybox, which is an elegant room with a door you can close, is $800. That too includes $300 in drinks/bottle.

      The Skybox private show is the top high-end experience in a Vegas gentlemen’s club.

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  18. PissedWife

    My husband recently went to Vegas with his buddy. One of the strippers offered to go back to their hotel with them for 1500$ and I am sure that was just to dance for them. Prostitutes hide out everywhere so watch your man in Vegas, it’s not called sin city for nothing!

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  19. Aaron Wynn

    Hi Arnold
    Thanks for all the fantastic info.
    I’m travelling with a group of 4 guys and 6 girls (dancers from sydney) to Vegas and would love to get a couple of bottles and chill at a strip club. Not sure about getting too many lap dances but. Jus wanted to know your thoughts on the best club for this between rhino, sapphire. If you could guide me in the right direction and host info, that would be appreciated.
    Again, thanks for all ur help.
    Aaron

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Aaron, Sapphire and Palomino are the two best strip clubs in Vegas. With a big group that’s less interested in lap dances than the stage show, I’d go for Palomino.

      The stage show at Palomino is the best and most erotic in Vegas, with the best poll dancing, girl on girl shows, and just generally terrific performers. There are 100+ dancers at peak hours, all gorgeous. The stage show and VIP dances are fully nude and the club has a full bar with good deals on packages, which all include round-trip limo service to your hotel, line passes, and VIP tables. If you do get some lap dances, contact levels will vary more than at Sapphire, but a majority of dancers give great mileage. Call 702-327-7258 to arrange a special package for your group. You’ll probably be dealing with Andrew.

      If you decide you all want to get more into the lap dance scene, Sapphire is the top choice–an elegant club with 400+ gorgeous dancers at peak hours and the wildest lap dance orgy in town. Sapphire is a topless club. They have three stages, but the stage shows are usually more about eye candy than great dancing. The lap dance scene is high mileage. Call 702-869-0003 to arrange a package, which will include limo service to the club, line passes, VIP table, and the club’s royalty treatment. The club will assign you to a host.

      Both clubs offer a special experience you are unlikely to find outside of Vegas. (I once traveled the U.S. and Canada, visiting every strip club in both countries, so I have some perspective on this.) Both are well-run, honest, and offer excellent customer service. The hustle level at both is low for Vegas. Both have exceptionally high standards for dancers. They are where I take my own friends from out of town, and they always want to go back.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Jenn, for shorter dances, the VIP is an open room, very dark. Starting at 60-minute dances, there is a special VIP divided into private cubicles, or you can opt for a Skybox. The cubicles are $700, and that includes $300 in booze. A Skybox is $800, and that includes $300 in booze.

      The Skyboxes are elegant, comfortable rooms in a balcony area overlooking the main room, with doors you can close for full privacy. They are the most luxurious gentlemen’s club private rooms in Vegas.

      Obviously, these prices include the dancer’s time.

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Jenn, easily. You could get a bottle of some expensive booze. You could get a typical package, then spend an hour with a dancer in a Skybox. You could get a package for a few guys and buy some dance dollars for lap dances on the main floor. You could take a client to the club and reserve a table in the Rockstar Lounge area.

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  20. Charles

    The girl I’m dating use to work at a couple of the clubs, Babes, Talk of Town and said their $400 hour rate actually included sex with the dancers. Have you found this to be the case or is negotiated with the dancer? THANKS

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    • Arnold Snyder

      Charles: None of the VIP room rates at any of the Vegas strip clubs includes sex with the dancers. There may be some dancers who provide sex, but don’t expect it. I’ve been in the VIP rooms at both Babes and Talk of the Town and the dancers I’ve been with have always been pretty clear about what’s allowed and what’s not. I haven’t yet been offered sex at either place. On rare occasions I have been offered sex by some dancers at other clubs, but always for an extra price. Most dancers do not provide sex and many dislike customers who assume they’re going to get sex, even for an extra fee.

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