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  • Do we get picked up or dropped off?
    No. We do not offer a hotel pick-up or drop-off service with the standard tours. Guest will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the beginning and ending location.
  • Then how does the tour work?
    The tour kicks off at a bar/lounge within the hotel casino of where the first club is located, you’ll be instructed to meet your hostess within a 30-45 minute window of time. After checking in with your host and receiving brief instructions for the tour you are free to mingle with other guests in the Ultra Lounge. Your hostess will communicate the group the meet up time and location to meet her to enter the first Club. After the first Club you will then meet your hostess to be picked up in a luxury party bus. The tour features a party bus ride in between the 2 Club venues. On the party bus, we provide all you can drink cocktails for then entire duration. Your hostess will be on board to entertain and bar back drinks. We do stress to please drink responsibility. At the very last club, once your hostess guides you inside, that will conclude the end of your tour. There will not be another party bus ride to take the group to where we first started, so you will have to find your own way back home… or anywhere else you decide to go. We highly recommend transportation services like Lyft & Uber in the Vegas area to get you safely home without paying expensive taxi cab fares.
  • How many people are typically on a tour?
    During peak summer season, we average 30-35 people a day/night on each tour, with typically an even ratio of both men and women. During the winter season, groups are no less than 15 to a bus. Unless a group partied too hard the day or night before and cancels on us (that’s always a bummer) expect to have a fun, friendly, intimate party experience with your hostess and everyone else in your group from large groups to solo riders celebrating bachelor/bachelorette parties, birthdays, anniversaries, their first time in Vegas or just locals looking for a fun night out!
  • Which mixers are provided on the tour?
    Cranberry Juice and Lemonade. We also supply cups and ice.
  • Do we pay cover at the clubs or wait in lines?
    Your cover charge at the clubs is free through the tour. As per line waits, you receive expedited entry. Most guest list lines/ticket sale lines have a wait time of +60 minutes or more. On average our groups wait 5-10 minutes to get into each club. This is mostly due to having all 30-35 of our people clear the I.D checkpoint and security bag check before going inside.
  • What clubs will we be going to?
    Lineups vary each week. We choose clubs based off of club availability & club requests from reservations! If you have any club requests from our list of venues, please mention it in your reservation and we will do our best to take you there! As soon as you purchase tickets, you will receive a registration confirmation and an email 48 hrs before the tour with your club schedule, a photo of your hostess and tour guidelines.
  • Are there any drink specials or table seating inside the clubs?
    Drink specials are provided by the clubs at different times and venues at their discretion. Seating is not available inside the venues. Tables/cabanas/bottle service in Las Vegas starts from $600 to +$4,000 depending on the venue. For pricing please contact the office to put you in touch with a VIP Host for specials at the club you are interested in.
  • Is host gratuity included in the tour?
    No, but we highly encourage guests to return the great vibes and tip their hostess at any time, whether it’s before, during or after the tour if they felt the host provided an exceptional experience. All of our girls work hard for tips, the average tip $20 per person.
  • Are there any rules that we should know about beforehand?
    You betcha! We do try to keep the rules of the tour sassy, short & sweet just so there are no surprises and everyone is on the same page during the tour. Whether you’re heading to wet and wild dayclubs or classing it up at nightclubs, don’t board the party bus until you’ve read through these guidelines. General All guests must be 21 years of age with a valid government issued photo I.D. Do not argue with nightclub or dayclub security—you won’t win. If they are denying you entry, be polite and respectful, step aside, and the host will do their best to get you in. Dress Code At nightclubs, the dress code is business casual. Absolutely no athletic wear—this is Vegas, keep it classy. Leave the sneaks, Jordan’s, Timberlands, and hats at home, and instead throw on a nice polo or button down, slacks or jeans, and dress shoes or boat shoes. Women, while a hot cocktail dress is totally appropriate, avoid excessively revealing clothing. Also, wear heels or wedges, but bring flats with you just in case. During colder winter nights, coats may be brought to the tour, however, you may NOT leave it on the bus so you must take it with you after each ride. Some clubs may require you to pay a coat check fee. When heading to a dayclub, plan to wear swim attire. For women, this means a bathing suit and cover-up. Guys, no basketball shorts or wife beaters. Sneakers are okay, sandals, wedges, and heels are okay. Jerseys are NOT okay. Dayclubs have strict rules on what you can and cannot bring in. Prohibited items include gum, candy, eye drops, towels, and liquids except for sunscreen. Most dayclubs allow prescription medication so long as you have a valid prescription on your person. Bags should be no bigger than a small purse. Large bags and backpacks are not permitted. Some dayclubs have a bag check, but not all of them, and bag-check fees are typically $15 and up. Party Bus Don’t leave any items on the bus. Vegas Rockstar VIP is not responsible for any items you leave behind. Make sure to check-in on time. The entire group must walk in together and no one wants to wait on you. If you are late, there’s a solid chance you’ll be left outside and will have to stand line. The bus will leave whether you are on it or not. If you aren’t at the designated departure point on time, that’s on you. You can, however, contact the host and they’ll get you into the next spot provided you find another way there and arrive on time. Speaking of the host, they can dismiss you from the tour at any time for any reason, however, the most common ways to get dismissed are: Being overly intoxicated, Fighting, Arguing with security, or Being disrespectful to others. If you’re too drunk to get on the bus on your own, you will not be allowed on the bus. Few things are worse than being stuck on a bus someone has puked in. If you vomit on the bus, you’ll be charged a $500 cleanup fee on-site. If you are deemed too intoxicated to continue the tour, your host will escort you to hotel security where they will find you a safe way home. Drug use is prohibited and will result in immediate dismissal from the tour. DO NOT harass your host. We know they are beautiful (duh), and they like to dance and make sure everyone is having fun, but that doesn’t mean you have the right to be disrespectful or downright creepy. No standing on the seats. If you need to stretch your legs, wrap them around the stripper pole.
  • How long is the tour?
    Depending on the tour schedule, the duration of the tour is approximately 3.5hrs from the point of check-In to the arrival at the last stop. Time at each point: Ultra Lounge: 1 Hour* 1st venue: 1 hour or so* Party Bus Ride: 20-25 Minutes* 2nd venue: Guest may stay however long they wish up until closing. *Times are approximate Once escorted into the last venue, the tour is over.
  • What time does the nightclub tour start & end?
    Nightclub tours may begin as early as 9:15 PM, but most are around 10PM. The ends when you decide it ends. Time schedules vary each weekend. The Night tours will always begin and end on the Las Vegas Strip. The tour is over after your party host escorts you into the last nightclub. More info: Provided you find your own transportation, receive a ‘reentry’ stamp from the exit door security at the 1st and 2nd club on the lineup if you wish to return after the tour.
  • What time does the dayclub pool party tour start & end?
    Dayclub tours may begin as early as 11:00 AM and go until the Pool closes.. usually by 6:00 PM. Time schedules vary each weekend. The tour is over after your party host escorts you into the last Dayclub. More info: Provided you find your own transportation, receive a ‘reentry’ stamp from the 1st and 2nd club on the lineup if you wish to return after the tour.
  • What is the dress code for nightclubs?
    WOMEN: Heels or wedges are highly encouraged. Nice and clean Nike sneakers and fashionable sandals with a clasp around the ankle are OK. Dresses/Skirts/Shorts/Blouses/Jeans and fashion tops are great. Fashion boots are OK during the winter months. NO: Ballerina shoes, boots, flip-flops or slides, sneakers, or excessively revealing clothing. MEN: Dress shoes are highly encouraged or boat shoes/canvas shoes with a brown/black sole. Dressy cowboy boots and Nike sneakers are OK. Pants, or Jeans; not frayed, ripped or bagginess. Darker the pants the better. Collared dress shirts are highly encouraged. T-shirts are OK: no large logos, or bagginess. Sports jackets are great. NO: Shorts, Hats, Boots, Athletic Clothes, or informal sneakers.
  • What is the dress code for dayclub pool parties?
    WOMEN: Bathing suits must be worn AND be wearing a cover-up (t-shirt/shorts/sarong/ sundress) while walking through the Casinos. Heels/sandals/hats are OK. No large purses/backpacks. MEN: Swimwear must be worn. Sneakers/Sandals with no socks are OK. Hats and Ballcaps OK. NO: Athletic shorts, jerseys, wife beaters. No large backpacks. DO NOT BRING: Over the counter medication, gum/mints, vape pens, towels, selfie sticks, eyedrops, liquids, water bottles, or cups. Sunscreen OK. Prescriptions medication must have the name on your ID match the prescription label with a doctor’s note. Security checkpoints in Vegas are worse than TSA! You’ve been warned! Bags should be no bigger than a small drawstring bag, fanny pack, or purse. Anything too big must be checked in. Fees cost +$15 at each Dayclub and bag check options vary at each location.
  • During the winter season can we bring coats on cold nights?
    Coats may be brought to the tour, however, you may NOT leave it on the bus so you must take it with you after each ride. Some clubs may require you to pay a coat check fee.
  • What if we are running late or we lose our host the day/night of the tour?
    If you miss the meet-up time with your host for the party bus departure, you can call your host and meet up with her at the next club stop, provided you find your own transportation. We cannot guarantee that you will not wait in line or pay a cover charge to enter the club if you miss the initial group escort with the hostess, but our hostess will do her best to have you rejoin the group.
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