But travel guru Pauline Frommer, publisher of Frommer guide books, said that the club's timing may not be perfect.
"Retro is in, but I'm not sure this type of retro. We live in this era when thousands of women are gathering in marches to protest. I'm not sure the zeitgeist is right for Playboy now," Frommer said.
Playboy's founder Hugh Hefner opened his first club in Chicago in 1960. At its height of popularity, there were 30 clubs across the globe.
Many closed by 1991.
The magazine that inspired the clubs has also changed over the years. Playboy magazine features more articles than the photos of women that made it popular, and the subjects in the photos are no longer full nudes in the U.S. editions, The AP reported. Hefner's 25-year-old son, Cooper is the company's chief creative officer.
The club will be located at a luxury hotel that will offer 107 rooms.