If you always dreamed of hanging out in an opulent 19th century French bordello or a 1920s speakeasy — now’s your chance. The vibe here is lush and lavish, with red velvet everything, heavy chandeliers and cocktail uniforms that leave nothing to the imagination. Lingerie-clad lovelies gyrate on elevated platforms, while the aural menu includes remixes, ’80s tunes and contemporary favorites. You can cut loose on either of two decadent dance floors — or anyplace else, should you feel inclined. It’s sultry, sophisticated and so very Vegas.
Luxor Hotel & Casino
3900 Las Vegas Blvd. South
—Andrea Kahn, Custom Publishing WriterCopyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times