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USA » Nevada » Las Vegas

Also see: Las Vegas Spa Guide & Review

Las Vegas

953 East Sahara Ave #A-19
Located in Commercial Center
702 650 9191
24 Hours

This bathhouse was previously called Apollo Spa.
Now under new management.

Las Vegas
Hawk's Gym
953 East Sahara Ave.
In the Commercial Center
702 731 4295
21 Rooms 54 Lockers
Now has a full size steam room, dry sauna, large showers and a 1200 square foot dungeon with slings attached to another set of showers.

The "Commercial Center" that contains both of the city's bathhouses can be gotten to on foot if you are willing to walk about a half mile. Take the Monorail to the Sahara Hotel. The Monorail drops you off behind the hotel.

When exiting the Monorail turnstiles DO NOT go towards the Sahara Hotel. Walk AWAY from the hotel. There is a escalator which takes you directly down to the sidewalk.

Then continue following the Monorail track around the corner as it heads towards its utility shed [the Sahara is at the end of the line]. This will place you on East Sahara Ave. Continue walking AWAY from the strip for about 20 minutes until you reach the Commercial Center. Commercial Center is on the same side of the street as the Monorail track. Monorail is $5 for one trip or $12 for 24-hour unlimited pass.

Spotlight, an eclectic working class bar, is located at the entrance of Commercial Center at 957 E. Sahara Ave. Free Appetizers Nightly – Video Poker 702 696 0202

Badlands Saloon & Dancehall , Open 24 hours a day.  One of Las Vegas’ oldest bars. Country Western Themed Bar 953 E. Sahara Ave. #22, inside Commercial Center 702 792 9262.

Las Vegas
Blue Moon Resort
2651 Westwood Drive
45 Rooms
702 361 9099
Men only clothing optional private resort. Located near the intersection of Interstate 15 and Sahara Ave.
Bars and Nightlife: Their website has a great listing and reviews of the gay hotspots in town. Click on "Entertainment" then "Nightlife."

Notes on Las Vegas:

Unfortunately, Las Vegas does not have a "gay ghetto" or a central area for gays to congregate. The few bars and dance clubs it does have are widely spread out. The closest thing is the "Commercial Center" that contains a couple of gay bars and both of the city's bathhouses. It is located on East Sahara Ave. about a half mile or so behind the Sahara Hotel.

None of the big Vegas hotels, either formally or informally, attracts a "gay crowd." But by far the most "hip" and fashionable hotel has to be the "Hard Rock." This is where youth and beauty stays. The studs who hang out here may not be gay but they sure are gorgeous.

There is also a cluster of gay business within a couple of blocks of the Hard Rock Hotel. It is referred to as "The Fruit Loop."

, along with the Piranha Night Club is one of the most recent clubs to open at 4633 Paradise Rd., across Naples Ave. from its sister, Gipsy 702-791-0100.

Gipsy, at 4605 Paradise Rd. is a dance club which is popular with the younger crowd. It is located one block North of Tropicana on Paradise, which is about 1 mile east of the strip. Monday nights are Latin Nights. All nights except Wednesday and Sunday a cover charge is collected at the door. 702-731-1919.

Suede, a neighborhood bar and restaurant. 4640 Paradise Road Suite 4 702-791-DINE

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Vegas One Source

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Excalibur Hotel

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Rio Hotel

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"Men of X" at Hooters
[Yes Hooters!]

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Planet Hollywood

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Wynn Hotel "Le Reve"

If you don't want to be quite so obvious and go to one of the male strip shows I highly recommend Le Reve as an alternative. The show is nothing but a non-stop display of prime Grade-A beefcake. These guys never wear anything more than a loincloth for the 90 minute gymnastic extravaganza.

More information about Le Reve

New York Hotel "Zumanity"

I have not seen this show yet but this
ad copy appears in gay magazines.

More information about Zumanity

Riviera Hotel [no longer in production]

Also see: Las Vegas Spa Guide & Review


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