Sapphire Las Vegas is one of the most famous strip clubs in the world… it also happens to be the biggest.
Many Sin City visitors are taken back by the scale of the entertainment in Vegas. Bright lights, neon signs, luxury and money flashed from every corner. Well, Sapphire is the place to come if you want to be swallowed up whole by an army of exotic dancers.
In our guide below, we’ll take you inside the famous strip club on Sammy Davis Drive. We’ll look at the most popular events, the best package deals, and what you can expect to find inside…
Sapphire: The World’s Largest Strip Club
Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club has two operations; one in Las Vegas and the other in New York. The former is the largest strip club in the world covering a space in excess of 71,000 sq ft.
A popular venue for tourists and topless aficionados alike, Sapphire Las Vegas operates a nightclub and day club with pool as part of its multi-million dollar complex.
The place attracts big name celebrities with faces like Avril Lavigne, Flo-rida, 50 Cent, Mike Tyson and Carmen Electra all spotted at Sapphire.
If you are looking to experience the grandest and most extravagant strip club in Sin City, then a strip to Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club should rank high on your bucket list…
This is the same venue that recently went viral with a sexy adaption of the Mannequin Challenge:
As far as strip club marketing ploys go, this… this is genius.
Sapphire Las Vegas is one of the biggest entertainment venues in Vegas and boasts an impressive 400+ entertainers each and every night. Winner of the Best of Las Vegas 2014, and regular Best Gentleman’s Club awards, you can arrange for a free limo pickup service with any entrance package you wish.
The club offers premium dancers who provide lap dancing and private dances as well as main stage entertainment which is always a sight to see.
The bar is well stocked with exclusive cigars, premium liquor and top of the range champagne.
The strip club has ten VIP sky boxes, three lounges and plays host to daily revues including the highlight act, Men of Sapphire; a male choreographed show (also award winning) that entertains the ladies with private (and provocative) dances in private show rooms.
The show runs every Friday and Saturday night from 9.30pm to 1am and attracts large audiences. Entrance fees to this show range from $10 for local ladies up to $199 per guest for an experience which includes a 90 minute dinner at the Mexican Cantina, private table for the revue and a complimentary round of shots before VIP access to one of three nightclubs: Drai’s, Light or Surrender.
The Sky lounges are linked by the famous sky catwalk – a clear runway of plexiglass.
The day club has four bungalows, seven cabanas and three pools one of which is for VIP use only.
Sapphire is featured in the US television series, ‘Not Safe with Nikki Glaser’ with the host reportedly spending twenty four hours there.
The club runs pole dancing lessons and is popular with bachelorette as well as bachelor parties.
It’s not just striptease and eye candy, however.
There is a comedy hour to liven up the club during quieter hours if the (award-winning) day club fails to whet your appetite. Run on Saturday nights at 8pm the event takes place in the 300 seater showroom. Though usually dominated by comedians, there are other acts such as burlesque performers and magicians.
The dress code is casual but you are asked not to wear sweatpants, flip flops, tank tops or jerseys.
(Generally not a good idea anywhere on the Strip!)
Luxuriously decorated and with the best in modern conveniences, Sapphires is a lively strip club that knows how to show its guests a good time.
Events at Sapphire
The strip club holds events throughout the year to coincide with all the major holidays, celebrations and big news. They also play host to plenty of big name stars from both the adult industry and the wider entertainment world.
Sapphires capitalises on the big sports events and you can gain access to watch the football every Monday and Thursday night for just $20.
You can also watch most UFC events at the club.
Club management can offer a party package to suit whatever event you are celebrating from a mid-life crisis or divorce to birthdays, bachelor or bachelorette parties.
Opening Times at Sapphire
The club is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year regardless of holidays.
Seriously, this place is the epitome of Las Vegas.
It doesn’t rest for a second.
Technically there is no cover charge as the venue will sign you up for the best package available at the time; whether that’s a couples price for $165 or a simple VIP package for $65 (which includes a $50 drinks card). They want you to come in and spend on the entertainment and be made to feel like a VIP.
Damage to your wallet will depend on what you are there to do and see. The comedy show is $20 or $65 for an open bar.
The club runs a variety of VIP party packages which include the following benefits:
|Benefits||VIP65||VIP99||VIP Open Bar|
|Drinks Card||$50||$80||2 Hour Open Bar|
|Transportation||Limo/Party Bus||Limo/Party Bus||Limo/Party Bus|
|Online Promotion||First Round of Shots Free of Charge|
There are five ATMs on site and all major credit cards are accepted.
Lap dances start at $20 with the VIP treatment costing in excess of $150.
Given the substantial number of beautiful women parading around in next to nothing, you can do some serious financial damage if you were looking for a dance. Or seven!
Located just off the central Strip, the venue can be found at 3025 Sammy Davis Jr Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109. There is plenty of parking on site and the complex is well signposted and easy to find.
Here’s a map for your convenience:
Contact Details / Making a Booking
Need to get in touch with Sapphires?
Want to make a booking?
Here are the details you will need:
Phone: 702 869 0003
You can also stay in touch with their latest specials and discounts by checking the Sapphire Facebook page, which is updated regularly.
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