Every Las Vegas strip club has one or more VIP rooms. This is essentially a big room where multiple dancers entertain multiple customers. The is designed for a customer to be alone with a dancer.
The seating may be standard lap dance chairs, couches, or booths, but there’s no real privacy from other customers, dancers, bouncers or other club personnel. These are rooms with four walls and some kind of doorway.
Clubs that have both a group VIP and private VIP rooms charge a higher hourly fee and/or bar tab and/or time requirement in the private VIP.
Both clubs’ rooms are very private and comfortable and similar in size. The point is, if you just look at quoted VIP room prices, you may not be getting a fair comparison.
With a few exceptions, most of the clubs in town will quote you a price for their group and private VIPs that sounds similar to the prices at other clubs.
But the actual price varies widely between clubs because of the bar tab effect.
Babes, Crazy Horse III and Deja Vu are topless while Palomino, Talk of the Town, and Little Darlings are fully nude.
I like the extra time at Little Darlings (club review / club website) and Deja Vu Showgirls (club review/ club website), with Little Darlings having the edge for full nudity and Deja Vu having an edge on high mileage.
Most clubs now offer at least a few private options, usually for a higher price than their group VIP.