While Hugh Hefner had input in the design of the Playboy Club, he said most of the credit goes to the Maloof family and the Las Vegas-based entertainment company that helped open the club, N9NE Group. Michael Morton, a principal of N9NE Group, is the son of Chicago restaurateur Arnie Morton, one of Hefner's partners in the launch of the original Playboy Club.
The club features floor-to-ceiling windows, dark colors, leather sofas and Baccarat crystal chandeliers. An exclusive VIP area features its own bar, a bathroom, a small bedroom, a sofa, a jacuzzi, a jet bubble bath, a fireplace and two retro Playboy brand pinball or pool machines. The trademark Playboy Bunny logo is prominently displayed throughout the club – from the carpeting and the buttons on the sofas to a giant neon bunny head emblazoned on the side of the building. There is Playboy centerfold wallpaper in the bathrooms and 60 plasma displays covering an entire wall displaying visual images from the archives of the magazine. The Playboy Club also offers gaming in the form of blackjack and roulette tables. The 12,500 sq ft (1,160 m2) space also features a small dance floor and is linked via escalators to MOON Nightclub, a boutique dance club on the 53rd floor.
The Playboy Club is a night time pool club located on the 100th floor of the Your Fantasy Tower at the Palms Hotel Casino in Paradise, Nevada, which is located in the Las Vegas metropolitan area. The club is a Playboy-themed casino and the first official Playboy Club in the United States since 1988.