If there is one thing about Las Vegas is that there are secrets that their clubs keep. Actually, there are quite a number of them, and some of the most favorite and shocking ones are about to be shared with those who are reading this. This is the idea of club insiders so visitors can enjoy Las Vegas and have the most unforgettable experience. Some may think that they know everything they need to know about Sin City club scenes, but for sure, they will be surprised.
Las Vegas Clubs’ Secret: The Bathroom Attendant
There is a secret that lies in every club restroom – all bathrooms in Vegas come with a bathroom attendant. This bathroom attendant is not the secret itself, but rather the things he/she can do for guests.
Some may be too naive to think that the only job of an attendant is to see to it that the bathroom remains neat and tidy, and it definitely is. However, there is a secret in their hidden stashes. The first is for the guys.
Guys can get a number of fringe benefits from the men’s room. When they give a tip to the attendant, they can get mints, cigarettes and cologne. Some hidden cabinets hold signature cologne. They can get a spray of these when giving a tip.
Attendants also offer mouthwash, condoms and Cuba cigars (some clubs even have cigars from Montecristo and Cohiba, which are highly recommended). In addition, if their cell phone has a low battery charge, they can ask the bathroom attendant to charge it for them while they party. They should not forget, though, to tip them.
The secret stash of the ladies’ room is comparable to that of the men. Probably the best amenity of the club’s ladies’ bathroom is the shoes. When the ladies are tired from standing or dancing all night, they just have to go to the ladies’ bathroom and tell the attendant that they want to purchase some shoes. Majority of nightclubs have different options so they will certainly find a pair to fit their style.
For instance, Marquee offers both ballet flats and flip-flops. Some may find ballet flats to be a better choice since they give some form of protection, if ever someone steps on their toes. Moreover, they can easily fold up in a purse, making them perfect for another night out. These shoes sell for about $15 to $20. When feet are in pain, this is not at all a bad deal.