Places


Las Vegas Strip


Passages:

Information on Passages Hotel can be found here.

The Strip Hotels:

Comprehensive information about the Las Vegas Strip can be found here. Strip hotels based on price are listed below. This can be used for high-rollers, who can assume they have complimentary suites,or for character employment, depending on how much you want to assume your character is being paid.

Nightlife and Entertainment:

Comprehensive information about  Las Vegas nightlife can be found here
  • The Bank: Located in the Bellagio, the Bank is an example of a high-class nightclub on the Vegas Strip. VIP admission is 50 dollars, and music is mainstream.
  • Haze: Located in the Aria, Haze is an example of a younger, middle-class nightclub on the Vegas Strip. VIP admission is 25 dollars, and it is billed as a "sensory experience."
  • Coyote Ugly: Located in the New York, New York, Coyote Ugly is a bar that sells only beer and hard liquor. Girls dance on the bar in cowboy boots, and admission is 10 dollars.
  • Hog and Heifers: Located off the Strip, Hog and Heifers is a popular, downtown motorcycle bar which features events like "Hard Hat Fridays," with 2 dollar beers. 
  • Artisan Cafe and Lounge: Located off the Strip inside the Artisan Hotel, the Artisan Cafe and Lounge features local musicians and 2-for-1 Happy Hour.
  • Crazy Horse III (adult content in link): Boasting 20 dollar lap dances, the Crazy Horse III is a strip club that is open 24-hours a day.
  • Absinthe: Located in the Caesar's Palace, Absinthe is an old fashioned, Las Vegas Burlesque.
  • Cathouse: Located in the Luxor, Cathouse is a hookah bar designed to resemble a 19th century brothel.
  • Madame Tussauds: Located in the Venetian, Madame Tussauds is a wax museum featuring famous pop and historic figures.
  • Lake Mead: A year-round park, Lake Mead offers camping, kayaking, climbing and nearby 85-degree hot springs.
  • Adventuredome: A five-acre, indoor amusement park.
  • Sheri's Ranch (adult content in link): A 24-hour, legal brothel.

Housing:

Comprehensive information about Las Vegas communities can be found here.
  • $$$$$: The Ridges: An elite neighborhood for homeowners requiring housing upwards of 1 million dollars, 
  • $$$$: Downtown: Recently renovated, Downtown is home to a number of fine condominiums for the younger set, including: Turnberry Place and Towers.
  • $$$: The Lakes: The Lakes features middle-priced homes, apartment complexes and condominiums, including Red Rock Villas.
  • $$ :Centennial Hills: Centennial Hills features moderately priced, newer homes and apartments, including The Willows.
  • $: Fremont Street: This sub-neighborhood of downtown Las Vegas is home to multiple pay-by-the week motels and apartments, including Avenue 8 Studios.

Writer additions:

If you'd like to add workplaces, restaurants or apartments that your character is/has used in play, feel free to do so below.

  • The Garden, owned by Tristan Montagne owned by Morgan Chasse is a House just off the strip for professional Dominants. Sex is not offered.
  • Good Days, also known as the Ranch is was owned by Tristan Montagne as well.  It is an upscale brothel outside the county limits.
  • Rome, a four star hotel equivalent to the Venetian, is owned by Gray de Luca is off of Tropicana. 
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