The Malibu Club is a night club in Vice Point, Vice City that appears in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. It is the place to be in Vice City. You'll see police officers, SWAT, army soliders, members of the Cuban gang, the Haitian gang, the Sharks and so on dancing. The club is located in Vice Point, Vice City; close to The Well Stacked Pizza Company. Kent Paul frequents the club in 1986 (setting of GTA: Vice City). The club can be purchased by protagonist Tommy Vercetti for $120,000, which then triggers off a series of missions. After completing the missions the club generates $10,000 a day. The Vercetti Gang do not appear either outside or inside the Malibu Club. It is not a good idea to use your weapons to kill everyone in the club as it can increase your wanted level up to four stars, causing the SWAT team to come after you.
Malibu Club Missions
Tommy Vercetti needs someone who can handle a gun, and is informed by Cam Jones about local gun-runner Phil Cassidy. Tommy, at Ammu-Nation, defeats Phil in a shooting range competition, after which Phil agrees to join Tommy in the bank robbery.
Tommy Vercetti needs a getaway driver, and is informed by Phil about a man called Hilary King. After defeating Hilary in a street race, Hilary joins the team as a driver.
The bank robbery takes place, with Tommy, Phil and Cam entering the bank whilst Hilary circles the block. After the safe is cracked by Cam, the alarm sounds and the police storm the building. After killing a number of police, they exit the building. Hilary tries to take on the police but is shot dead. Tommy and Phil escape (Cam can also escape, although depending on the players choice Cam can die), and split the money.
Purchasing the Malibu Club and completing the four asset missions is required for 100% Completion. The clubs building is present in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (set in 1984), although there is no indication as to whether it is the Malibu Club.
- The Malibu Club is a spoof of The Babylon Club from the 1983 film Scarface.
- The Malibu Club has a spoof of YMCA, a 1978 song by the Village People. There is a builder, a police officer, a soldier, a firefighter and a biker.
- Thers is a scale model of Juan Cortez' ship upstairs.