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Calling your club Treasures leaves it open for ridicule if you fall short of providing nothing but Treasures. Interestingly enough, Treasures pulls it off.
The thing about Treasures is it appeals to all types. Girl next door type, check. Tattooed blonde, check. Beautiful Latina, check. Big booties, yup.
The old saying goes, one man's trash is another man's treasure and it's not to say that there's any trash here at Treasures but there's definitely something for everyone.
As for the venue itself, sensory overload is the first thing that comes to mind when describing the scene. When you enter Treasures you are welcomed into the most dramatic entry of any strip club. Ever.
The foyer looks like something out of MTV's "Cribs" with an oversized chandelier and winding staircase made of imported marble that is on par with the rest of the club's Italian manor theme. To the right of the foyer is the steakhouse, which serves up the best steaks you'll find at any strip club and rivals that of some on the Las Vegas Strip.
Beyond the foyer is the main room. Three stages set the scene here where you always see at least one girl on each. The girls rotate through so if you see one you fancy on the far side of the room, don't fret, she'll be over to your side in a few songs. The main stage is one of the most elaborate in Vegas. Girls work on a neon go-go pole and have a bag full of special effects tricks to enhance the performance.
The stage in the middle of the room looks like a craps table with the legs sawed in half and is low enough to keep the action at eye level.
A sea of tables and chairs fills the floor between the stages, making it convenient to grab a dancer and get a lap dance tableside. During select times there is a buffet available along the left side of the main room. A bar lines the right of the room but with the plethora of seating both upstairs and downstairs and friendly waitresses, tables are the way to go.
Semi-private rooms sit in the far left corner of the club. They're only semi-private because each has glass doors in front of them so everyone can still see you but you don't have to worry about your drunken friend doing something stupid while you get your dance.
The champagne room is tucked in between the buffet and semi-private rooms. Bottle minimums are in effect here but it's another option for when you find that special dancer.
Up the winding staircase is the second level, the skybox where you can still take in all the action downstairs plus an additional stage. More tables sit here in what serves as an overflow area on the busiest of nights.
The second floor is also home to another bar and more private VIP section for those intimate lap dances.
If the current 27,000 square feet isn't enough for you there's talk about adding an additional 19,000 square feet. The addition would put Treasures among the biggest clubs in Las Vegas and force it to go on a hiring spree to find more treasures.
-- Review by Justin Lawson