The MGM Grand is the place to be Tuesday through Saturday nights from 10PM until the morning hours when Studio 54 is open for
business. Studio 54 is where you can dance the night away by with the best techno, hip hop, and house music around. Things get
funky at Studio 54, so you might hear some disco along with the other music options. The name Studio 54 Las Vegas hardly needs
an introduction as everyone has heard of this gigantic party destination. While not originally a Las Vegas nightclub, Studio 54
has been in Las Vegas since the 1990s and is doing fine. In fact, you will find the same carefree and joyous attitude that you
found at the original Studio 54 nightclub.
Studio 54 is arguably the most famous nightclub in the the world, and its not too late to experience one of its legendary parties
in Las Vegas, at Studio54 at MGM Grand Las Vegas. Studio 54 Las Vegas is a wilder version of the legendary 70's club, with 4
dance floors, video, lighting, go go dancers and wall-walkers. Studio 54's dance floor is also the site of some pretty cool
things – confetti drops, aerialists and go-go dancers all surround and interact with the dance floor, which takes the pressure
off of you and your questionable dancing. Studio 54's is unique in that it's diverse. Older folks, younger folks, folks somewhere
in the middle, you'll find a little bit of everything inside Studio 54, which is why it gets recommended a lot when people ask
around about where they should go to have a good time, but not feel completely out of place.
The way the night club is laid out – two stories and nowhere near as labyrinthine as others – it's pretty easy to carve out an
area to set up camp, but if you're not comfortable just hoping you'll be able to find a space, there's always a table, bottle
service and the VIP route. Tables and booths are in just about every corner of the club, so if you like being near the dance
floor (or hate being near the dance floor), that could probably be arranged. But beyond all that, it's Studio 54. This is a
club with a famous (and epic) history and it's hard to forget that. There are large, black-and-white photographs from paparazzo
Felice Quinto shot at the original Studio54 hung throughout the club, looking over the action (and hopefully inspiring your
party). There's also the giant man-in-the-moon that watched over the action at the original Studio54 watching over the Vegas
Studio 54 dance floor.