The Cafe is bigger than any HRC we ever visited.
There are several costumes of famous people diplayed inside.
The merchandise are more expensive than other cities. They also have Hard Rock Hotel here.
Dress Code: smart casual
Awesome place to see a live concert performance. Sound is great. You can see the whole band no matter where you are inside the club. The bars are laid out nicely. We saw Social Distortion twice here last year and it was awesome!
Dress Code: casual-but nice.
Lots of people go into Baby's and not many stay for long. It's way too small, the music is too top-40-ish, and the environment can be oppressive. On the other hand, fun times can be had there, as long as you know that it can be kind of annoying if you are there on Thursday or Saturday.
UPDATE: Baby's is now closed!!
I checked out its replacement, Body English, last weekend and it was much better than Baby's. Bigger, cleaner and even the music is a bit better. The unisex bathroom is old hat but still fun. Excruciating lines, though.
Dress Code: Lots of guys from Los Angeles all look the same, however, with the spikey hair and the untucked club shirt. Women commonly wear next to nothing.
No sneakers. Dress up and look nice!
Staying close to the Hard Rock, this was sampled on a couple of nights. The casino is smaller than the large hotels of the strip and is circular in style with a bar in th ecentre. The place was buzzing from 11pm on with people just there for a drink as well as the gambling. Good atmosphere and music.
Dress Code: No code evident but in Jeans, T-shirt, Trainers (sorry sneakers) you will feel a little under dressed. Many people dressed to impress in here.
If you want to get into mischief, Baby's is the spot for you! The best stories are made when you visit Baby's. The people are hot, the music is bumping and drinks are potent!
Dress Code: Dress to impress! It's a meat market... the better looking the meat, the more fun you'll have!
World class with an awesome atmosphere. A true club. Lose time and feel free. Only thing missing is FOAM.
Dress Code: No jeans, no sneakers, no trash.
Dress like you want to be noticed. If you come wearing a t-shirt while your girl got all dressed up....someone else will be dancing with her while you are making the trip back to the hotel to change into something that you should have worn in the first place. Conversely, ladies if you come looking like a hooker don't be suprised if you get hit on by those interested in hookers.
I have not much to say about this place as this is the one place in the world that most people would visit but they have a massive guitar lit up outside with amazing stuff to see inside.
Dress Code: Anything goes!
dj was playing old hip hop crap from when i was in high school. michael jackson. ac/dc. would fade out for everyone to "sing along" over and over and over, so much there was no rythm thus making it impossible to dance. if you wanna dance STUDIO 54 is the place. great dance music great gogo dancers awsome fx with light and half naked people suspended from ropes above you...
Dress Code: no baggy jeans. dress to impress. just look good don't be bum
Babies dance club, one of the most popular and one of the hippest places to see and be seen in Vegas on a Friday or Saturday night. Be sure to bring your bank roll, because the VIP booth is the place to be. You can shell out anywhere from $150 to $400 for a booth, sounds like a lot, and it is, but it is worth it. Bypass the two hour line by tipping the appropriate people. Dress to impress and you will be. The party is over when the sun comes up.
Dress Code: Dress to impress or you won't get in.
This place exudes excitement. It's a round bar in the center of the Casino, and it was packed from about 7pm til 3am every night. The beautiful people hang out here, but it's not a velvet rope kind of place. I was in Vegas for 4 nights or so, but I kept coming to this bar because it was hopping all the time. Of course my room was right upstairs, but still, this is the place I always wanted to be. (It couldn't possibly have anything to do with the outfits the waitresses wore.)
Dress Code: Rock 'n' Roll/Glam style rules here. Everyone looks like a Rockstar, and who knows, maybe some were. This is a place to dress up and be seen.
Normally I'm not such a great fan of the Hard Rock concept. This was differen. A lot of slutmachines, cardgame-tables and a circle shaped bar with a lot of people standing and around. It looked really special. The Hard Rock hotel also has a more club area with disco music.
Dress Code: Normal.
News Items For: July 22, 2002
Hard Rock Hotel May Pay Fine to Settle NGCB Charges
The Hard Rock Hotel has agreed to pay a $100,000 fine to settle a five-count disciplinary complaint accusing the property of overlooking public sex acts committed at the hotel’s nightclub, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Surveillance tapes from July 15, 2001, acquired by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, reveal instances of “overt sexual activity taking place above the dance floor in a so-called ‘private’ booth that is visible to the public.” The board also accused the property of allowing inappropriate sexual conduct on July 20 and July 22, 2001.
Hard Rock executives later admitted that allegations levied by the board, including charges that security officers working for the property ignored the acts, were true. (The acts in question are violations of state law and should have been reported. While provocative clothing, sexy dancing, and late-night clubs are legal, engaging in sex in public is illegal.)
The settlement between the board and the property is expected to be reviewed Thursday by the five-member Nevada Gaming Commission.
......................................It seems the Commission deems 'illegal' to anything that takes your mind off gambling. :-)
Nightlife? Are you kidding me, the place is 24/7. Forget about “last call”. Have your first Bourbon at 7 A.M. and your last one at 6 A.M. All major hotels have lounges and some have dancing. Hard Rock café is pretty much a good spot for hanging out if you like the bar-kind of place. There is no big club scene around though. At least not in the touristy area.
Baby's (inside Hard Rock Hotel) 4455 Paradise Rd., 702/226-4650
The Beach 365 Convention Center Dr., 702/731-1925C2K 3355 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702/881-4C2K.
Club Rio 3700 W. Flamingo Rd., 702/252-7727
Ra Luxor 3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 702/262-4000
Studio 54 MGM Grand Hotel, 3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd., 702/891-1111,
Hard Rock Hotel
This is a picture of the girls and I infront of The Hard Rock Hotel. The Hard Rock is our favorite place to hang out. It's the best place to meet hot guys! ;)