Walked in lost 250 within an hour.i paid because im a nice guy and didnt want a problem.
2 spanish girls suckered me.
10 to cover. 40 to drinks THEY ORDERED.
100 A PIECE FOR 2 DANCES.
THEY SWORE IT WAS 4 BUT THEY ONLY ASKED IF I WANTED TO CONTINUE ONCE.
ORIGINAL DANCE WAS QUOTED 2 GIRLS 25$
DO NOT GO THERE. AND NEVER EVER TALK OR GET A LAPDANCE FROM ANYONE WHO DOESNT SPEAK ENGLISH!!!!
A decent club, but I didn't find it to be as warm and inviting as some other strip clubs. The opening hours could extend later too. If you're in the area, its okay, but otherwise, I wouldn't make a special journey. Maybe checkout Stringfellows, which is open a lot later. But if you do head over to strings, arriving early as they usually have a happy hour, specials are sometimes posted on stringfellows.com.
Guide and advice to the best Strip Clubs in Dunedin.
Dunedin is on the South Island of New Zealand. It is the second largest city on the island. The city has a varied economy, incorporating publishing, technology and education. Dunedin has many institutes of tertiary education. In conjunction with this are the homes of media production companies such as Natural History New Zealand. There are a number of major sporting grounds in the city and many major sports teams representing the town, contrary to the relatively small population of just under 120,000 inhabitants. Gentlemen clubs in Dunedin have guests passing through the city regularly.
Strip clubs in Dunedin run on the 'lap dance system' and do not pay the girls a fixed salary or champagne commission. Instead, they all of their money from private shows and tips and pay the club a percentage. This is similar to the rest of the country. Therefore, there is a sense of urgency for dancers to achieve sales as there are no guarantees on earnings in gentlemen clubs in Dunedin.
New Zealand has legalised prostitution. Therefore, many clubs offer more than dancing. Clients expect touching nationwide and this is standard in dances, though not compulsory.
Strippers in Dunedin are mainly local and Australian. This is due to a reciprocal arrangement between the countries regarding free travel and work. New Zealander's have a less stigmatised attitude to the sex industry. Backpackers and travellers from many western European countries can also be found working in gentlemen clubs in Dunedin in order to fund their travels throughout the region.
You will find Gentlemen clubs in New Zealand in the following cities: