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END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS Home About Us Events Advertise With Us Contact Us Las Vegas Strip Club Blog Blog of all strip clubs in Las Vegas center Blogroll Las Vegas Bachelor Parties Las Vegas Gentlemen’s Club Las Vegas VIP Strip Clubs Archives October 2008 Categories Uncategorized Advertisement Badda Bing Las Vegas Going by the name, you might expect something right out of The Sopranos, but Badda Bing! will surprise you. Its Mediterranean flavor, vaulted ceilings, and plush décor sweep you right into another world. And how about that baby grand piano complete with pole and sexy dancer atop it? Or the sunken lounge areas? Or the large shower where you can watch the girls take to each other with a bar of soap. Badda Bing! And it doesn’t end there. There are dozens of flat-screen TVs, a state-of-the-art sound system, and aerialists on weekend nights. Did we mention that the literally hundreds of girls who work at Badda Bing! look as though they were hand-picked by Hugh Hefner himself? Or that there’s a four-star restaurant? (Yes, you heard that right.) Let’s just say that you can sum up Badda Bing! in three words: luxury, luxury, luxury. This is the VIP gentlemen’s club in Vegas. Badda Bing Las Vegas 3500 W Naples Drive Las Vegas, NV 89103 (702) 541-7000 Tags: bada bing, badda bing, club, gent’s, las vegas, las vegas bada bing, las vegas badda bing, strip Posted in Uncategorized on October 9, 2008 | There are currently 30,877 Comments Cheetah’s Las Vegas Cheetah’s is cozier and a little more down-to-earth than many of its counterparts. Rather than go for the big-space, high-glamour shot, when you walk into Cheetah’s you feel kind of like you’re walking a friend’s home – well, if that friend had a great sound system, cool lights, and a lot of knockout girlfriends. The space is adequate but not huge (you won’t feel cramped!) and the girls circulate and take time to talk. When you return to Cheetah’s, they’ll actually remember you. You can huddle up to the main stage and strategically insert those dollar bills, or hang back and watch the girls on the two “baby” stages by the bar work the poles. (You can have some fun with your dollar bills there as well, of course.) If you want some privacy with your girl of the hour, you’ll be aptly accommodated. If Cheetah’s looks a little familiar, it’s because you may have seen it in the movie Showgirls. This is a fun club with a great vibe. You can be as laid back or as amped as you want to be, and you’ll be right at home amongst the cute jungle cats of Cheetah’s. Tags: cheetah's, club, gent's, las, las vegas, las vegas cheetah's, strip Posted in Uncategorized on October 9, 2008 | There are currently 36,702 Comments Penthouse Club Las Vegas When Penthouse decided to open a gentlemen’s club in Las Vegas in early 2008, you could almost hear the roar of approval from the Stratosphere to the club’s West Russell Road location. On opening night, the club was hyped as “Where the magazine comes to life.” Well, that hype holds up! The girls here do in fact look like they just leapt from a centerfold. They dance with sexy expertise and they know how to converse – so one way or another they’ll hold your attention. The staff is very courteous and the atmosphere exudes class. Watch the girls work the large, key-shaped stages in the two main rooms, or make your way back to the VIP room for another view. Or treat yourself and get a private room. And if variety is your thing, you’re in luck – the girls cover the spectrum of types. Maybe you want a tattooed lady. Maybe the girl next door. The Penthouse Club has got you covered. And you can swing by their gift shop to buy some Penthouse gear as a memento of your night. Not that you’re likely to forget! Tags: club, gent's, las vegas, las vegas penthouse club, penthouse, penthouse club las vegas, strip Posted in Uncategorized on October 9, 2008 | There are currently 28,828 Comments Spearmint Rhino Las Vegas When the question is asked, “Which is the best strip club in Vegas?”, Spearmint Rhino is always one of the popular answers. The Rhino, at 3344 Highland Drive, prides itself on having an endless procession of ladies of world-class beauty. Little wonder the place is virtually always packed! There are several stages that are always wo-manned, the main ones with as many as three girls at a time. This is a great club to wander around as it has all kinds of interesting little corners where you can take a load off or chat semi-privately with one of the girls. Totally topless and free to locals until midnight, the Rhino is virtually a must-do if friends from out of town want to the “Wild Vegas” tour. And trust us, some of the girls at this club can flex and twist like the lithest of jungle creatures. Spearmint Rhino has earned its place as a Vegas institution. Tags: club, gent’s, las vegas, las vegas spearmint rhino, spearmint rhino, spearmint rhino las vegas, strip Posted in Uncategorized on October 9, 2008 | There are currently 29,004 Comments Las Vegas Sapphire Say hello to the biggest gentlemen’s club on the planet. The length of half a football field, it’s stacked with hundreds of beauties who take turns igniting the circular stages and overhead platform, and see to it that no table goes un-pampered. The eye candy is incredible and the lap dances out of this world. For a special treat, take a lady into the VIP area or, better still, into one of the very private rooms. Long bars cap each end of the club’s main space and you can enjoy a drink while chatting with a gorgeous girl. Drink packages and bachelor packages are available, as is a special VIP Skybox Package. Watch music videos on the giant screen while the topless foxes work the poles – if you can tear your eyes off them. Most of the girls here are low pressure and won’t push the patrons for any services they’ve declined. Entrance is free for locals who arrive by car. Sapphire truly is one of the jewels of Las Vegas strip clubs. Tags: club, gent’s, las vegas, las vegas sapphire, sapphire, sapphire las vegas, strip Posted in Uncategorized on October 9, 2008 | There are currently 38,214 Comments Powered by Sixth Sense Strategies ? 2008 Las Vegas Strip Club Blog http Whois

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