Tropicana Hotel’s loss is MBLV’s gain

January 20, 2015 by Mobile Beat

The Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas tried three times to place an entry into the ever competitive world of multi-million dollar nightclubs but three times came up empty. After a 2011 Memorial Day Weekend opening as Club Nikki, the hotel opened this 15,000 square foot room with all the style and service of a European club, coupled with the wild abandon and good time vibe Las Vegas is so well known for.

By September that same year the club had closed, with shorter stints to follow re-opening under the names RPM and later Bagatelle Nightclub.
By July of 2013, the hotel had retained exclusive control of the property and turned it into its present status, Havana Room & Beach Club, a private event space concept.havanaroom

On Tuesday February 24, the Havana Room will play host to “Legends Night at MBLV” featuring DJ Jazzy Jeff and Six-Mix-A-Lot, starting at 9PM. “It’s unfortunate the space failed to be successful as a night club, but now, this has got to be the coolest private room for parties in Las Vegas,” says MBLV producer Mike Buonaccorso, who recently toured the site. “It will be like having our own private night club!”

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