Centerfolds is An Elegant Old-Time Strip Club
Centerfolds was formerly Club Paradise, an elegant old strip club from the time mobsters owned the strip clubs of Vegas. After some legal problems, a new owner gave the club its new name, but the club has continued to struggle.
|Caution: We continue to receive reports of alleged drink-spiking and credit card fraud at this club, most recently in August 2017. We confirmed the person has called an attorney and filed a police report, but we have no way of knowing at this time whether this report is true. This kind of scam can always be avoided by leaving your credit and debit cards at home or in your hotel safe when you go to a strip club. See our report on past credit card fraud at Club Paradise.|
If you remember the old Paradise, the remodel has made the club darker, which is an improvement.
On a recent Saturday night, I noted that the traffic was picking up and there were a couple dozen dancers in the crowd, most of them decent Vegas-quality.
The minimum price for a drink here for tourists is $18, so don’t just get a domestic beer. Get something you want more. For locals, you can get a domestic beer for $4 or an import for $6. If you’re ordering beer or well drinks, and you have Nevada ID, always show the bartender or waitress your ID to get locals prices.
I got a tour of the new “blackout rooms,” which is what Centerfolds calls its private rooms. These are located down a private corridor away from the normal club traffic. There are five separate rooms, each one slightly different, but generally dark and having a plush leather sofa or two and a curtain that can be drawn for privacy. I rate the privacy factor in these rooms as excellent, due to the darkness, the curtain and the location away from the traffic.
The price of the blackout room privacy is high — $1000 for the dancer plus a $500 bottle.
Before springing for that, ask the dancer you’re with to show you the available options in the regular VIP room. Here, you’ll find some comfortable couches along one wall that you can curtain off. The curtain is diaphanous, but the darkness of the room adds to the privacy and the hourly rate here is $600 plus a $300 bottle.
The cover charge here is $36 if you’re from out of state, whether you take a cab, use your own transportation, or take the club limo. Locals are always free, provided they don’t take a cab.
This club is an okay deal for locals who stick to beer and $20 lap dances. The drink prices are better than most Vegas topless clubs. If you intend to enjoy private dances, however, you’ll find better deals elsewhere in town.
Vegas Strip Clubs We Recommend
Sapphire (club review / club website) offers busty, long-legged beauties by the hundreds (400+ during peak evening hours). This elegant club is a babe bacchanal, with the wildest lap dance scene in town.
Deja Vu Showgirls (club review/ club website) is offering the best private show deals right now among the high-mileage topless clubs. The elegant rooms are furnished with large sofas or beds where you can stretch out with the dancer of your choice, and start at 15 minutes for $150.