Girl Collection is the Kind of Topless Club a Billionaire Designs for Himself
Floyd Mayweather’s new Las Vegas gentlemen’s ultra lounge, Girl Collection, celebrated its Grand Opening with four days of blow-out parties over Memorial Day Weekend hosted by hip-hop stars, famous models, and Hollywood stars.
Now the club is open 9 pm to 5 am on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Imagine the kind of topless club a billionaire strip club aficionado and all-time boxing champ would design for his own pleasure. Girl Collection is that club—a hip-hop party and sensual playground in plush red and black upholstery and drapes, lit mainly by a ceiling of twinkling starlights, populated by a collection of beauties from around the world twerking on the tables and boogying in the aisles with guests. Ladies are welcome with or without male companions, and I’ve seen plenty of couples and girl groups here. That definitely adds to the party.
Floyd often hangs out at his club and hand-picked every girl in his Girl Collection himself. Mayweather’s taste seems to run to plenty of booty and pretty faces.
Floyd has ordered a fleet of Rolls Royce limousines to transport his guests. Call the club at 1- (844) 447-5758 or 702-410-9999 to check on availability.
Girl Collection Prices
Admission is $20 on Thursdays and Sundays, and $50 on Fridays and Saturdays. Locals get in free from 9 pm to midnight. The only parking available is valet at $20 on Thursdays and Sundays, and $40 on Fridays and Saturdays. Booze prices are what you’d expect for a club of this luxurious. Lap dances are $40.
There are 18 seats on the rail for guests who like to watch the stage dancers close up, but at this club the show comes down off the stage into crowd.
For guys on a budget: This is a club you can come to on Thursdays or Sundays to lock in the $20 admission and $20 valet. Floyd requires dancers at the club from the moment it opens, though the crowd doesn’t start arriving until 1-2 am.
Early is a good time to find a girlfriend experience. At 2-3 am, the club gets packed and the full hip-hop party gets underway.
Girl Collection Private Rooms
There are two large private party rooms for groups, including Floyd Mayweather’s private room (see the photo gallery below). Floyd’s room is located on the second floor, with a spectacular view from a balcony overlooking the main club showroom. It is furnished with a private bar stocked with premium liquors and has its own rest room.
Both private party rooms have their own TV monitors, there are multiple large monitors in the main club for sporting events, and there are even TV monitors above every urinal and wash basin in the decked-out men’s room. No more missing the best play of the evening.
The club also features nine private VIP rooms where you can get focused on a girl at $150 for 10 minutes, $500 for 30 minutes (includes $250 in booze) or $700 for an hour (includes $350 in booze). The private-dance rooms are furnished with a small red leather couch and marble cocktail table, with plenty of mirrors for your viewing pleasure. The door is smoked glass. The rooms are located down a private, guarded hall.
The club has its own kitchen and offers everything from hors d’oeuvre, pizza, wings, and sandwiches to Oscar-style steak with jumbo crab and filet mignon with garlic mashed potatoes. The food is excellent.
Like Sapphire, this club has host service—the guys in the suits are there to make introductions and keep you happy.
Every Guest’s a VIP
Like Sapphire and Palomino Club, Girl Collection takes security seriously. Don’t show up at the club with your lucky pocket knife on your key chain.
If you want to take your girlfriend to a wild party, or you want to throw the bachelor party to beat all bachelor parties, or it’s just time for some me time, this is a place where every guest will be a VIP.
Recommended for millionaires and billionaires who want to feel at home, or guys who want to be treated like a billionaire for the night.
Check out our Grand Opening photo gallery of the club below. (Click on pics to enlarge. All photos by Hew Burney).