Studio 54 is inside the MGM Grand ... which makes it a very convenient club if you're staying in the hotel. The wait to get in was long ... but at least you could gamble while waiting in line. The bouncers were not amused if people tried to cut in line.
Once inside it seemed small and cramp (maybe I was expecting something bigger) with lots of sticky stuff on the floor. It's hard to dance when you're constantly sticking to the floor.
Drinks and cover charge were the usual for Las Vegas (overpriced)
Dress Code The dress code seemed pretty casual. You had regular club gear and people in street clothes.
Studio 54 has been a popular nightclub since it opened more than 5 years ago. While many clubs have gone in and out of favor since, Studio 54 still draws a huge crowd on Fridays and Saturdays. GET THERE EARLY. Otherwise, you can easily get stuck waiting 2+ hours in line.
Studio 54 has two levels, four bars, one main dance floor, two raised dance platforms, two electronic/movable go-go cages, and a VIP lounge area.
The draw at Studio 54? Great music, ample space for dancing and a brief show that involves dancers being suspended from the ceiling on swings. You will have a great time people-watching here, as this club attracts all types.
Dress Code You will want to dress up and dress sexy. Officially, this is the dress code: No T-shirts, tank tops, baggy jeans, flannel shirts, hats, tennis shoes or work boots.
It was about a 45 minute wait to get into the club at midnight on a Friday night. Free entrance for ladies, $20 cover for men. The dance floor was packed. Downside, there were too many men trying to "envade" your space. I went with a group of girlfriends with the intention of just dancing and having fun but there were too many aggressive men there who wanted to join in our fun. So we had to keep our guards up and couldn't just relax and have fun.
Music was hopping and the DJ really keep the crowd dancing the entire time. The go-go dancers were hot (both men and women). Too bad I didn't care for the majority of the other patrons otherwise the place would have been awesome!
Dress Code Most people were dressed trendy and no jeans.
Based inside the MGM Grande, - this is one classy night club. Tuesday nights are one of my favourites. This is EDEN and the place fills up early. Get some quality beer down your neck and get on the dance floor with all the beautiful people.
Dress Code Smart
The outstanding point about Studio 54, located in the MGM Grand, is the wide variety of acrobatic spectacles that you will witness in one night - mostly falling from the sky when you least expect it :)
The music (on a Satuday night at least) is a mix of top 40, techno and hip hop (as unavoidable as fleas on a dog). The sound system is excellent and light effects good too.
There is enough seating space and tables if you do not fancy to dance the night away as well as a two-level dance floor. The VIP area is located above the main floor - God knows how to get there :)
Studio 54 is a nice club though not the most trendy that can be found.
Definitely a hotspot. I love this club because the atmosphere is so fun. The Studio 54 dancers are on pedestals and swinging from the ceiling. All guests must be 21 years of age for admittance. The doors of the legendary Studio open nightly at 10 p.m Tuesday through Saturday
Dress Code Please refrain from wearing baggy jeans, shorts, T-shirts, hats, flannel shirts, sandals, tennis shoes, recreational shoes and work boots.
what up every one the best spot iv been to is probaly studio 51.
great people and even greater custumes. this place is really tight.
Dress Code its hard to be able to ''dress to impress'' but its worth the money, if u want to rent a some club wear u should go to las vegas club wear right in the strip area.
STUDIO 54: This place is multi-level with a lot or room to dance and hangout. They play techno, Top 40, and house music. This place is fun even if the music is ok since it's so crowded and loud.
Cover $10-20 for guys, girls are free...no fair!!
Dress Code Nice clothes, no jeans, tennis shoes, etc
MGM Grand is home to Las Vegas' hottest nightclub, Studio 54, featuring state-of-the-art sound, video and lighting, live dancers, wall walkers and chart-topping dance music. Voted 'Best Dance Club' for 2000 and 2001 by the Las Vegas Review Journal, the 22,000-square-foot nightclub offers four dance floors and bars, an exclusive area on the second floor for invited guests, and several semi-private lounges capable of accommodating up to 400 people. In celebration of the original Studio 54, the nightclub features a gallery of black and white celebrity photographs taken by paparazzo Felice Quinto at New York City's original Studio 54, which defined '70s pop culture with its eclectic artwork, dramatic fashion and stylish attitude.
Dress Code 'Dress Funky, Not Junky'
22,000-square-foot nightclub!!! Studio 54 has two levels, four bars, one main dance floor, two raised dance platforms, two electronic/movable go-go cages, an exclusive VIP lounge area and the party crashers lounge area. Photographs of celebrities and VIPs at the original Studio 54 in New York City decorate the walls and the original Studio 54 moon hangs over the dance floor. The club features special lighting, smoke machines and hazers, confetti canons and more. Plus there are ceiling swings used by Studio 54 dancers and 45 video screens showing guests dancing. Unbelievable! Unbelievable! I don't know what else to say!!!
Dress Code No T-shirts, tank tops, baggy jeans, flannel shirts, hats, tennis shoes or work boots. Dress funky not junky.
great place to just loosen up..there's a lot of other places to go for a night life,this picture i kinda tried my luck on a slot on the way to studio 54.
Dress Code No dress down HERE.