The New Blue Nile Executive is situated in the Golden Nile building on the second floor beneath its bigger sister bar Golden Nile on the third and fourth floors. Access can be gained by walking up the stairs or catching the elevator.
This is best described as a medium sized club with the wet bar being situated in the front the same as Golden Nile and the dance floor being situated at the back of the club. This is an interesting design as it features several round tables scattered randomly throughout the club, a number of comfortable couches discreetly placed to afford patrons a little privacy and a lowered dance floor which allows interaction between the dancers and the customers.
The dance floor is a critical point in this club because being so low it gives customers an excellent view of the girls and even encourages them to partake in the dancing if they feel the desire. On many occasions I have seen customers strut their stuff with their chosen girl.
The lower stage also works well for the show girls named Bad Company. This is a dynamic dance group who perform athletic and innovative dance numbers and because of the lower floor the customers rather than become mere observers actually get a feel for the energy and vibe that these dance numbers create. This is interesting considering that the bar above here, the Golden Nile, takes exactly the opposite approach with the showgirls. Here it is very much a show where the customers are observers from a distance but in the Executive it is almost you are part of the show. The choreography is also interesting in that they dance to some heavier rock and roll songs as well as some more modern tunes from bands as diverse as Metallica through to Faithless.
The original Blue Nile Executive featured models, show girls, cultural dancers, spotlight dancers, and normal dancers. Of course this was far to many different divisions of dancers and the new Blue Nile Executive has learnt from this and have limited the different divisions to normal dancers models and showgirls.
The round tables are also an important aspect of this club as they give patrons a view of the girls and allow interaction with the dancers yet at the same time they provide enough privacy where the customers can enjoy a drink by themselves without being intruded upon by the girls or feeling pressured to buy a ladies drink. There are also two tables in the front of the bar which serve as what I call the male bonding area where a bunch of guys can get together and regale each other with stories while they down copious amounts of alcohol. This is the ever popular managers table.