Can’t decide between a strip club or a topless pool? Sapphire combines both ideas into one. You’ll enjoy the eye candy while the model employees enjoy the sun and lounge around poolside. You may never want to go indoors at a strip club again.
Sexy and sophisticated, Cathouse at the Luxor is all about enticement. Drawing inspiration from the bordellos of 19th-century Europe, the cuisine from famed chef Kerry Simons tempts your palate, while the lingerie-clad dancers and European-style bottle service challenge your inhibitions.
They've got girls, celebrities, neon parties, and sushi that’s actually pretty good. Oh, and did we mention the girls?! There’s even Posh -- a lounge next door where you can pregame with a few drinks before you blow the rest of your cash on lap dances.
Have fun, frolic, or just watch from the sidelines at this infamous social club just blocks away from the Strip. Wander through rooms like the Dungeon, the Fountain Room, and something called the Sexagon. Who knows what you might see... or what you might wish you hadn't? Couples get a discount for showing up early in the evening.
There are plenty of things that make The Cromwell one of the best hotels on the Strip, including what could be the sexiest suites in all of Las Vegas. Each room at has a two-way mirror between the shower and the bedroom, which depending on how you adjust the lights, is seemingly designed to ensure you get the opposite of clean.
The Playboy Club at the Palms Casino Resort is the answer to all your vices. Fantasy truly does meet reality at this one-of-a-kind adult playground. Bunnies deal the cards in these high-stake games, and face it, when Hefner's involved, you know you're getting the red-carpet treatment.
The Stratosphere is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States at 1,149 feet. At the top, there are four attractions for adrenaline junkies. Big Shot shoots riders 30 feet into the air at 44 mph. For those who have the guts to look around, the views are stellar from this height.
Here speeding is encouraged. Located at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the main Exotics Racing course is 1.2 miles long with 7 turns, and allows drivers to reach speeds topping out at 130 mph, depending on experience and car choice. Among the car options are a Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche. For those who prefer not to take the wheel, there's a ride-along option.