Las Vegas Strip Club Tours
Las Vegas has, without a doubt, one of the largest and hottest collections of strip clubs in the world, featuring the biggest world’s strip club; Hustler Club and Sapphire. There are currently over 30 Strip clubs in Las Vegas offering their own unique experience, and some of them even male striptease, like Sapphire and Olympic Garden.
Most of the Sin City Strip Clubs in Las Vegas feature topless entertainers only, and they serve alcohol, usually at higher prices. Several of the older strip clubs have all-nude entertainment, and these places are forbidden from serving alcohol, though party goes 18 and older are welcome! The only exception to this rule is the Palomino Club near downtown Las Vegas, which is an all-nude club that also serves alcohol.
- VEGAS VIP HOST
- COMPLIMENTARY LIMOUSINE OR PARTY BUS PICK UP
- VIP ENTRY ACCESS TO ANY LAS VEGAS STRIP CLUBS
- NO COVER into ANY LAS VEGAS STRIP CLUBS / TWO DRINKS MINIMUM
- COMPLIMENTARY BOTTLE OF CHAMPAGNE
- LIMOUSINE OR PARTY BUS RETURN
Las Vegas Strip Clubs included on this tour are Spearmint Rhino Strip Club, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club, Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club, Club Paradise, Crazy Horse III Strip Club, Olympic Garden Cabaret, Cover Girls Gentlemen’s Club, Little Darlings Strip Club, Girls, Girls, Girls Strip Club, Privilege Gentlemen’s Club, and many more.
In addition, Las Vegas Limo Diaries offers bachelor party packages and bachelorette packages, VIP access and VIP bottle service, Las Vegas strip clubs limousine tours and just limousine and party bus transportation to and back from Las Vegas strip clubs (check out our specials on Vegas VIP Packages)
Alcohol tends to be expensive inside Las Vegas strip clubs, especially the nicer ones. Expect to pay $7.00 for a beer, closer to $10.00 for anything else and even more at some clubs. Lap dances or table dances are around $20.00 at nearly all of the strip clubs in Las Vegas, but if you go into the exclusive VIP room (the name varies from club to club), you’ll pay much more. Whether the service in that slightly-more-private room is worth the extra money is for you to decide.
Las Vegas Strip clubs have a dress code. Shirts with collars and no shorts is generally the safest bet, but the best thing to do is dress with common sense. You’re going out to a club; make an effort to look like you want to be there. Once you get there, keep in mind that the dancers have a job to do, and that is to entertain the patrons.
No touching is allowed, well that’s what they say, so keep your hands off and just enjoy the experience. And remember that prostitution is illegal in Las Vegas. Don’t try to solicit sex from the girls in the clubs. Don’t arrive at the club empty handed. You will be expected to buy two minimum drinks and pay a cover fee. Beyond that, the dancers work for tips, so keep a fistful of bills handy in order to tip those who have spent the night entertaining you.
Enjoy the party!