Studio 54 has closed. Please, check out other Las Vegas Nightclubs.
The famed Studio 54 nightclub in New York closed its doors in March of 1986, but its memory never died. In 1997, MGM Grand tried to recreate this legendary late night hotspot by opening its own updated version of Studio 54. The idea was a huge success and the club has been a Las Vegas staple ever since.
Home to the hottest parties as well as the hottest people, the new Studio 54 is just as much of a landmark as the preceding club. High-energy excitement is packed into every crevice of the 22,000 square foot club.
There is so much to see at Studio 54, it’s amazing there’s even time to dance. The famed disco ball and light shows are of course a huge part of the décor. But more interesting than that, is the live entertainment. Acrobats swing from the ceiling while go-go dancers show off their moves on elevated platforms. There’s even confetti that comes streaming down onto the heads of club goers ever so often.
The new Studio 54 tries its best not to rely too much on the nostalgia of the old club, but at the same time tries not to ignore it either. Black and white pictures taken at the original Studio 54 hang above the bar and patrons still dance the night away on four oversized dance floors.
If you’re willing to spend a little extra, there is VIP seating available on the second floor. What’s fun about this area is that there are TV monitors streaming a live feed of the first floor dance area, so you don’t have to feel like you are missing out on any of the action.
While there are plenty of places to relax and sip a drink in Las Vegas, Studio 54 certainly stands out from the crowd. Get ready to dance, party, and completely let loose, at this legendary late night free-for-all.