Location: South of The Strip
6007 Dean Martin Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Hours: Nightly 8pm-4am
Nightlife Type: Strip Club
Vegas4Visitors Rating: B
At a Glance
What is it?
A garish, over-the-top, gaudily designed, mammoth, four-story strip club. In other words, exactly what you would expect from the Hustler brand.
Where is it?
About a mile south and east of The Strip on Dean Martin Drive, not too far from Mandalay Bay.
What kind of crowd does it draw?
All different types but you find a bit more of the party crowd here than you do at other strip clubs.
What are the prices like?
It’ll cost you $30 to get in but that will include a lap dance on some nights, which will normally run you $30 also.
When is the best time to go?
Weekend nights find the most dancers.
Why should I go here?
Because you are lured by the Hustler brand.
What else do I need to know?
They claim to be the biggest Strip club in Vegas but so does Sapphire. Bring a tape measure the next time you go.
What’s the bottom line?
Don’t bring a measuring tape. You’ll look weird.
The opening of the Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club in Las Vegas means the title of “biggest strip club in Vegas” is in play. At more than 70,000 square-feet, the four-story facility makes the claim for that title but that hasn’t changed the marketing for the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club, which also claims to be the biggest. If being the biggest is important to you, you are obviously a man.
The building, on Dean Martin Drive just on the other side of I-15 from Mandalay Bay is hard to miss. In fact I am not entirely unconvinced that it can’t be seen from space. Lit up like a gaudy neon warehouse on the outside and just as subtle inside, the four-story facility features five bars, a main showroom with VIP booths and a glass catwalk (use your imagination), a 25,000 square-foot store selling everything from clothes to DVDs, a rooftop nightclub with hot tubs, and a wedding chapel in case you really enjoy that lap dance and want to make an honest woman out of the dancer.
The good news about a club this big is that if you don’t like the stripper that’s in front of you, you can walk four feet and see a different one… and then repeat that about 100 times until you find what you’re looking for. It also, despite its garishness, feels a little less tawdry than some of the strip clubs in this town. Credit the Hustler brand name, which certainly purveys prurience but in a relatively safe way.
The bad news about a club like this are the prices, which are high, and occasionally the clientele, which can trend toward the rowdy college set.
Then again, it’s a Hustler strip club in Las Vegas. If you want your sexification to be tasteful and refined, you’re in the wrong city.