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They're not wrong, exactly Let's be even more clear. Prostitution is not legal within the limits of Clark County -- where Las Vegas is located. Obviously, that doesn't mean sex-for-pay doesn't take place on the Strip. Prostitutes are known to hang out in hotel lobby bars, ready to make a proposition to the right guy with a room upstairs.
What about those ads for "hot girls direct to your room" you see on mobile billboards, or on cards someone handed you on the sidewalk? It's OK to pay a girl to be an escort for her "time" with you, but it's illegal to further negotiate sexual services within the privacy of a home or hotel room. So where does the brothel rumor get started? The state of Nevada allows counties to decide the legality of prostitution for themselves.
And while Clark County has said no, a few others have said yes. But there aren't as many brothels as people think. It's open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and offers free limo service to and from the Las Vegas Strip. Billing itself as a "resort," the long ranch house-style building is surrounded by an idyllic white fence and signs that say "Ladies Welcome" and "Free Tours" so as to appear hyper-approachable to nervous first-timers.
And it's true, Sheri's Ranch is more than just a brothel. We've actually been there. It offers hotel rooms geared toward couples looking for a romantic getaway, including themed suites, kept separate from where the, uh, other services take place.
The property even boasts a sports bar, restaurant, swimming pool, and tennis courts. But let's not get off track. Stay focused on the sex. What to expect: The ladies on duty will be hanging out in the sports bar.