Constructed in the early 1900’s, this property is the personification of Las Vegas’ gambling history. Remodeled several times throughout the years, the Las Vegas Club has taken on the modern flair that the city has grown accustomed to housing. Despite the change from classic and rustic to modern and classy, there’s no question that the Las Vegas Club still offers everything that is guaranteed to bring in a steady stream of tourism. This classic location at the edge of the Freemont Street Experience houses 408 luxurious guest rooms. Between the convenient location and the hotel’s level of comfort, it’s not question as to how this hotel survived over sixty years of change and growth.
The standard room in the newer South Tower at the Las Vegas Club comes in at a petite size of 370 sq-ft. Don’t let the smaller size sway you, though, for every inch of that 370 sq-ft room is as inviting as one twice the size. Equipped with either one king or two queen beds, two plush chairs, and a television that broadcasts the newest in cinema releases, these South Tower rooms are bound to keep the guests returning. King rooms will also come with the added luxury of a plush sofa. On the opposite end of the hotel in the North Tower, guests are treated to the same comfort within a 380 sq-ft space. Both rooms offer a shower/tub combination in the attached bathroom.
A stay at the Las Vegas Club stretches far beyond the two hotel towers, though, as this off-the-strip establishment is attached to a 50,000 sq-ft casino floor. While the typical slot and video machines make up the bulk of this locations gaming, guests can find themselves partaking in a helping of table games such as Keno, Blackjack, and Roulette.
Outside of gambling, the Las Vegas Club is in a prime spot in terms of entertainment. A few feet from the hotel’s main entrance is the Freemont Street Experience. Street performers, vendors, and a slew of other shops and entertainment offer the perfect stretch of closed-off road to traverse down. Flanking the road itself are some of Sin City’s most classic establishments, all welcoming guests for a quick pop-in.
In terms of on-site entertainment, the Las Vegas Club fails to disappoint. Between the stage production of “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” and the club-like atmosphere found at the Swingers Club, guests are bound to find something that suits their tastes. Not only does the Swingers Club offer a slew of live entertainment, including the infamous dueling pianos, but a nine-hole miniature golf course will also surprise patrons as they enter the club.
It may be set a ways off the Strip, but the Las Vegas Club is its own version of the luxury and class that Sin City typically offers. Being right off of the Freemont Street Experience increases the entertainment factor offered by the establishment, a factor that was already through the roof.
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