Occasion: The Naughty Vegas Tour
So you want to get naughty? Well, just follow the tips described here and you'll have as much naughty fun as you can handle.
Q: What are the best strip clubs in town?
A: Ah, so many strip clubs, so little time. The biggest -- and some would argue the best -- is Sapphire Las Vegas, with 71,000 square feet of pleasure, including 10 VIP skyboxes. Larry Flynt's Hustler Club is another sprawling strip club with four stories (including the basement) filled with lovely ladies. In fact, there are more than 600 dancers on staff. For a more classic, intimate setting, no erotic trip would be complete without a stop at OG Gentlemen's Club. And the Spearmint Rhino has made the "best of" lists of several local polls; if you're looking for a medium-size club with plenty of action, this is the place for you. Of course, there are dozens more; check out our strip clubs guide to see 'em all.
Q: Where can ladies go to watch men strip?
A:OG Gentlemen's Club offers something for female customers: The Men of Olympus. This all-male revue in the second floor of the club is the longest-running one in Las Vegas. Women will also find several showrooms on the Strip featuring male strippers. Excalibur is home to the hunky Australian Thunder from Down Under troupe. Plus, at the Rio, which is just minutes from the Strip, the world-renowned Chippendales dancers bring to life a variety of female fantasies.
Q: Are there any swinger-friendly places in Vegas?
A: You doubt it? Of course Vegas offers swinger clubs. As a matter of fact, three of them can be found within mere steps of each other: The Green Door, Red Rooster 3 and Fantasy Swingers Club are all located in Commercial Center, just a mile east of the Strip. The Green Door has the longest history, and is probably the most reputable.
If you don't mind going a little out of the way, the original Red Rooster is a favorite among the local lifestyles scene. Most locals will tell you the other places are tourist traps, but the Red Rooster's hidden-away location and treasure-hunt style of getting to it just make it harder for drunken visitors to find. You can uncover parties there almost every night of the week.
Q: How can I find a prostitute?
A: Don't be fooled by the advertisements handed out on the Strip that may look like they are for prostitutes. They are actually for outcall services that provide exotic dancers and strippers to your hotel room. Prostitution is illegal in Vegas and all of Clark County. There are towns in counties outside of Vegas that have legal brothels, Pahrump being the closest.
Q: Does Vegas have any all-nude revues?
A: Cirque du Soleil's "Zumanity" at New York-New York is the closest to all-nude Vegas reviews you'll get. You'll also want to check out "Fantasy" at Luxor -- the girls venture out into the audience as they're playing on your wildest fantasies. "X Burlesque" at the Flamingo stars a troupe of six seductive topless dancers who look just like swimsuit models. And "Peepshow" at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino features a bevy of beauties who all perform titillating stripteases. You can find a complete list of topless shows in our entertainment section.
Q: What are the sexiest nightclubs to party at?
A: You're sure to see lots of skin when you party at these clubs: Marquee and Chateau. As always, you can find out about all the clubs and buy VIP passes and front-of-the-line tickets in our nightclub section. Consider it our gift to you.
Q: Is there an S&M scene in Vegas?
A: There definitely is, but there are few solid establishments that you can easily visit. Most of the "scene" consists of private parties and web-based bondage groups. That being said, a great place to start is The Studio at Paradise Electro Stimulations (1509 W. Oakey Blvd., (702) 474-2991 -- map it ). They've been innovating human sexuality since 1986 with the stimulating erotic creations of Danté Amore. The Studio also features bondage gear and other S&M-friendly accessories.
For all the action in one spot, checkout the annual Fetish and Fantasy Ball held each year around Halloween.
Q: Where can women go to learn how to be strippers?
If you're feeling brave and want to try out some moves yourself, Stripper 101 over at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is a riot.
Q: I want to be close to all the action. Where should I stay?
A: Stepping into the Rio is like a party in itself. All the rooms are suites here, so you and your buddies can hang out in style -- and be close to a number of great restaurants and bars. Another hotel conducive to the partier is the Hard Rock Hotel -- with all the rock stars, celebrities and party types, you'll feel right at home. And New York-New York will have you near a number of great clubs.