Ladies must be escorted by a gentleman.
The Spearmint Rhino is hands down one of the best strip clubs in Las Vegas. And here's why:
First, the layout at the elegant Spearmint Rhino is superb. The 18,000-square-foot nightclub features a main room gloriously highlighted by a large center tipping stage, easily the best seat in town. There are two smaller go-go stages in a second room and a sit-down tipping stage in another area. Each main area has its own fully stocked bar, ensuring your night of debauchery is as convenient as it is fun and sexy.
The Rhino has a ton of seating options available. Each room sports numerous lap-dance-friendly chairs and couches, and both sit-down tipping stages are surrounded by plenty of seats, allowing patrons to get oh-so close to the action. In addition, the Rhino offers plenty of VIP seating and private booths. The curtain-enclosed cabanas are especially groovy; they give guests the opportunity to choose whether to join the party on the main floor or to draw the curtains closed and keep the action private. If you're into more of a traditional strip-club VIP experience, Spearmint Rhino offers two spacious -- yet incredibly cozy -- private VIP lounges where you and the lovely dancer of your choice can spend some quality time.
Speaking of the dancers: The ladies at Spearmint Rhino are some of the best around. There is a seemingly endless multitude of some of the most beautiful women in Vegas. The ladies are friendly as well, and not too pushy. There is no way to describe the "Rhino Girls" other than "drop-dead gorgeous."
Spearmint Rhino is without question at the top of Vegas strip-club food chain. The Rhino's popularity is wild. George Clooney has been known to be a repeat customer, and Howard Stern parties here during his annual Vegas broadcasts. The Rhino is as hot a nightspot as any of the mainstream nightclubs on the Strip, and in the past few years, the Rhino has become the Vegas strip club "to be seen at." Expect monster crowds inside, especially on the weekend. Spearmint Rhino may be huge with plenty of seating, but it will get packed -- so be sure to hit the Rhino early.-- Review by Antonio Llapur