A hip oasis of New York chic just outside a Vegas casino..
The smoked-glass wall around the perimeter of V Bar beckons passersby to peek between its gaps. Inside is an open room, minimally lit with amber lights and candles. Plush, double-sided chaises with beautiful people drinking brightly colored cocktails line the interior walls. A long, elegant bar with red back-lighting is home to generous bartenders. Soulful R&B and jazzy house pour over the crowd, delicately adding to the din of conversation.
Great spot to chill, drink and enjoy the DJ..
I still enjoy the V Bar - after all these years, but don't expect a club or anything crazy - they call it a bar for the right reasons - it's a good bar.
My experiences have been good times with friends and the bartenders are always nice and most of the times easy on the eyes.
The music is usually very good as well!
Decent. If you are in Las Vegas and you have the time make your way on over to the V Bar as it is one of the best spots in Vegas.
good for people watching....not much else. i don't know what the attraction is with this place...it can get crowded and there is no dance floor....just a good palce to drink and people watch.....not a stand out club with so many options in vegas....
Fabulous bar/lounge. This is a great place to go during the week before or after dinner, when it's not too crowded and there's a more intimate feel to the place. I went before dinner one night and it was pretty empty, but it was the quiet atmosphere my girlfriend & I were looking for to enjoy a quiet drink with each other. Service was friendly and prompt, and the interior is absolutely gorgeous. Definitely would go back again, but not sure if it's the type of place I'd frequent late-night on weekends...
Beautiful Bar. The V Bar is beautiful and ultra sleek. Don't let the bouncers give you a hard time about catching a drink around here. The patrons are about as good looking as the ambiance and the drink prices may get you to fall over with a heart attack. Not before dancing and looking hip though.
I don't want to leave..... Even though I plan to go other clubs and lounges, I always wind up staying at the V Bar to the a.m. when I'm in Vegas. The reason is simple, great staff and service, great vibe, friendly and interesting clientele, no obnoxious bouncers, no lines and no attitude. I was there when it was Hip Hop theme night and the place was very crowded. I will be back in December and guess where I'll be.
Stop in for a while. I think it's the coolest lounge in the Venitian, which is not saying much. Now that the Velvet lounge is closed, there's not much else anyway. Good place to meet up with freinds and start the night. No dancing, and a relaxed vibe make it best to start or end a mellow evening.
Pretentious. This bar was loud & super pretentious. The music was good, but way too loud. It had a nice decor, however, in spite of the self-important people that populated the place.
Not what it used to be.. I am a local and this used to be one of my favorite places to go while on the Strip. I was at the V the last 2 weekends while friends were in town and I must say I'm losing interest. The decor is exactly what I like, the drinks are reasonable, sevice is good and the crowd is good but the music format has changed from acid lounge, techno and house to rap and r&b. The music is played way too loud for a club of this size. I appreciate the desire to have music loud enough to be heard in the hallway of the casino, but it's way too loud for a lounge. I guess my main gripe is that I had to listed to "Baby got back" on 2 seperate occasions! Come on guys, that kind of music should be left for The Beach.
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