Deja Vu Showgirls - Las Vegas
As you make your way into this establishment, you'll notice the standard Deja Vu style in design; the adult boutique to your immediate left, cover at the pay booth, where you also pay for your refillable drink. When you first walk into the club, you make a left to go into the main room. To your right is some seating and a bit left of that is the medium sized main stage with poles. There are about 6 or so booths on the far side for lap dances. Once you head past the bar and to your left, there will be an array of theme dance booths (bondage, beds, office desk, etc) in a complete maze which snakes back around to the main room.
If you head out of the main room and proceed into what's similar to a middle room, there are an additional 30 or so booths and theme rooms. If you continue past what used to be the old bookstore, there is again a huge room full of theme rooms. There must be 50 more in the far room. This by far is one of the biggest expansions of a nude club in Las Vegas. With the amount of booths involved, this makes it much closer in size to Deja Vu Centerfold in San Francisco, which is huge.
The girls were of a mixed bag, mostly 6 and 7's with quite a few hotter ones mixed in. The atmosphere of the place can only be described as hustle hustle hustle, but that seems to work for this club as the club is full most nights. The stageshows are very good here, one of the best in Las Vegas along with sister club, Lil' Darlings.
Not too many gals were giving laps in the main room which are $20 a pop, as most of the girls will lead you back to one of the theme rooms. Heather Bankx is an amazing women who was originally over at Lil' Darlings, and is in the notable dancers section. Overall, the laps in this club can be mild with very minimal contact, however there may be some cheaters, and with the booths and theme rooms, it's difficult to spot who they are. You may have to try one dance in order to find out.
As usual, the persistent waitresses are constantly selling ladies drinks in the typical Deja Vu style. Always remember that it is okay to say No.