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San Diego, California
January 6, 2012
April 8, 2006
From journal Las Vegas Nights Out
November 14, 2005
From journal Las Vegas 04
August 1, 2005
I didn't bother finding a table and headed straight to the dance floor. There was a wide variety of music from techno, to ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s tunes, and rap. I never left the dance floor. We met a group of NYC policemen out for the weekend, and they were lots of fun. The club features aerial acrobats, go-go dancers (both men and women) with bodies to die for, and wall-walkers. My friends pulled me off the dance floor around 2:30am.
From journal Girls' Weekend in Vegas
July 25, 2005
From journal Viva, Las Vegas! A First-Time Visitor's Take
January 3, 2005
The layout was unique to me; there was a central raised dance floor flanked by two dance floor balconies above. The second floor had a VIP lounge area and bar along the perimeter of the room and a separate open lounge area. We spent most of our time here, since we almost had the lounge to ourselves. It has its own bar next to very comfy couches whose central focus was a small parquet-wood dance floor with blinking white lights built into the floor. In the darkness, this created the appearance of a floor of hovering lights. Complete with disco ball, dedicated dance lights, and different music than downstairs, this is the ideal spot to show off your moon-walking and floor-spinning dance moves without injuring others.
Dollhouse is a new concept; it's a wonder that other places haven't thought of it yet! At midnight there are about three guys and three girls dressed in flesh-toned, skintight suits that put on a trapeze acrobatic introduction of the Dollhouse concept: Club-goers go to the Dollhouse in the back of the club, pick a person to play dress-up with, tell them what costume to wear (i.e. naughty nurse, bad schoolgirl, dirty maid, policeman, etc.), and "help" them get dressed. We didn't partake in the dress-up, but I noted that when the "dolls" were later dancing on the podiums, they were no longer wearing the skintight suits under the costumes.
Tuesday night is "Eden Night". They are calling for all members of the entertainment industry to party here on Tuesdays. Sounds interesting! Ladies free all night, local men half price with ID.
General Info: 1-702-891-7254
Table Reservations: 1-702-891-7246
No one under 21 allowed
From journal Getting the Most Out of My Money in Las Vegas
September 12, 2003
From journal Sparkly Las Vegas
Montgomery City, Missouri
June 14, 2003
From journal Vegas Baby - It's All Good!
February 4, 2003
From journal VIVA LAS VEGAS!
March 13, 2002
Heading out from our hotel (Paris) about 11, we thought about taking the cab, except one of my friends said "it wasn't that far" and that we should walk. In 3-inch heels. In 40 degree weather (We're from Texas! That's cold!). So, we walked and walked and walked. By the time we got there, dancing at a club was the last thing we wanted to do. Our feet hurt! So, my advice: take a cab!
After resting, we finally decided to head towards the club. We stood in line about 30 minutes between some giggly underage girls with fake IDs and an impatient girl on her cell phone. The line was mainly the shiny, well-dressed 18 and up crowd. I think the line and velvet ropes are mainly for show... the bouncer actually leads you into the club, like it's a huge privilege.
Inside, it's a big place. The place is based on the original Studio 54 NYC, so I'm guessing it probably looks very similar. On the ground floor, there's a large packed dance floor and a bar against one wall. Couches were everywhere. Upstairs, there were more couches and two more (less crowded) dance floors, overlooking the main dance floor. Thoughout the evening, glittery "show girls" hanging from a wire from the ceiling danced on the walls and pillars. They played mostly techno and rap music.
There is one bathroom with two(?) stalls for the women, and there was a long line all night (and a long line for the men's as well). I think we spent more time standing in line at this club than we did actually enjoying it.
At one point, we all sat down on a couch, with our feet up, and I think this situation will pretty much explain the guys here:
Guy: "Where are you guys from?"
My friend: "Texas."
Guy: "Really? I thought you were from Tennesee."
My friend: "Why?"
Guy: "Because you're the only Ten I See!"
We got up and left soon after.
Overall, the club was a neat place, but I really wasn't in the mood to put up with glittery underage girls and slimy guys looking to hook up. I did like the music and had fun dancing. I'm sure with a little more alcohol, I would have had a better time.
From journal 54 Hours in Vegas