3799 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.101197 -115.172427
Great music & dancing – Sure, it's not as trendy as some of the new places on the strip, but if you just want to dance to some hot new school and old school beats, then this is the spot! Plenty of dance floor space, and there is always something going on even during the week. Don't let the intimidating line keep you away on weekends. It moves quickly.
not the hot spot, but fun – Studio 54 isn't one of the new, hot places on the strip, but you can have a fun time with less hassle. The line moves pretty quick, so don't worry if it looks long. Girls are usually free, and the place is big. There is a cool acrobat show above the dancefloor that is fun to watch. Re-entry is very easy if you want to leave and come back.
Sin City's re-creation of the infamous '70s nightclub will keep you on the lookout for Warhol and Bianca Jagger. – In Short
Any attempt to evoke the magic of the original Studio 54 is bound to fail. However, this club has come into its own as a place to get down, not as a themed joint. The monstrous club (four levels, each with a separate dance floor and bar) is packed with die-hard dancing queens and kings sweating to everything from classic disco to hip pop. Studio 54's promo night, Eden, features progressive sounds.
Awesome time – The best place we went on our stay in Vegas. It was free for ladies and had a great crowd. There was a line but it moved pretty quick. It's open very late. Go early enough and there are acrobat type performances.
Always a great time – This was the second time that I went to Studio 54 (the first time was about 3 years ago) and it's still an awesome place. People are friendly, music was great and accomodated all tastes and the dancers are amazing (especially one guy that did a little Michael Jackson skit...gorgeous!). Would go again!
Tourist trap – Studio 54 is the biggest tourist trap! There are sooo many guys there the bathroom line for the guys is out the door into the hall whereas there is no line for the girls bathroom. The dj plays house and 80s. There is a lot of dance floor space though. This is not the place to see and be seen at. Please don't waste your time at 54!!
Greatest Club in Vegas... – ...That we went too. Over the week we went to Ra at the Luxor, the Ghostbar in the Palms and the Beach, which is off the strip. Studio 54 was a great time. Beautiful girls everywhere and great music to dance to. The couches upstairs were great for taking a breather and enjoying a cocktail (which is just as expensive as anywhere else) Great club, make plans to go at least one night while you and your friends are taking in all the greatness of sin city.
Great fun! – Music is great - mostly top 40. Cool dancers and acrobats. If there is a long line, head straight for the bouncer upstairs - he's quite willing to let you in, as long as you are quite happy to tip him well!
Good atmosphere. Plenty of opportunities to hook up / flirt / dance all night!
Always a good time – I end up in Vegas a lot, and I always make it to Studio 54 at least one night during my stay. Good music (especially before 12 when they're playing retro), good size (not too big, not too small), and a great mix of people. Of all the clubs in Vegas, I'd say this has the most 'down to earth' people... folks just out and having a good time, largely unconcerned about image and status.
Pretty Fun – I have been on Thursdays and Fridays. The club is huge, but the music is not too good. Maybe if you like 70's and 80's then go before 12 and if you like house, then go after that. There were a lot of older people before 1am. The performers were good. No cover for girls. Overall, fun and entertaining.
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