Perfect Venue. I went to bank the other day for the Kaci Battaglia show with some friends. i had never been and didn't know much about her before, but my friends were all huge fans so i decided to give it a try. Kaci was running around stage with this crazy, green blowing bottle. I needed to know what it was so i tracked down a bartender and had her whip up a drink. Not only was the performance memorable, but that green bottle can make some killer drinks!
Money in... The Bank.
Wow... Ummmm... Expensive much??!
I was there in April 2008 for a Kaskade show... Great music!!
Decor was pretty good, without being amazingly special. Dance floor is a lowered pit in the middle of the room, with booths and so on surrounding it. Light show was pretty good
The Bank is Amazin!!.
If your in Vegas & want to check it out
just call Glenn K. Jaenisch to get on the guestlist
He will take very good care of your group there!
the bank. This place was okay. It was pretty small inside and they were strict on letting people in. $30 for guys, which was not worth it because it was waaaayyy too crowded in there!!!
Ha! I can't believe the last reviewer had the exact same experience as I did...walked up wearing jeans, a blazer and silver Adidas...
Door man: "Ahem, we don't allow running shoes in the lounge..."
Seriously? You allow denim but not sneakers?
Please...it's a casino lounge in Las Vegas... Apparently they consider themselves a whole lot 'classier' than just about every other place in town...
Trendy doesn't cut it. I'd love to write about how expensive the drinks were, but I was stopped at the door for wearing the typical jeans, button down shirt, blazer, and ahhh yes, Sneakers! Apparently those were too casual to step foot in the lounge. Be prepared for dress code.
Editorial Review. The Bellagio's white-hot new club caters to a posh crowd that includes the Hollywood A-list.
swanky lounge with good drinks. The prices are steep- it is Bellagio after all. But this lounge/bar is very relaxed and pretty. The lighting is dim, the music is good. Just don't get a water- $6 for a tiny Evian
This inviting casino-side lounge blends the easygoing mood of a neighborhood hangout with martini-bar sophistication..
Fresh flowers and glass sculptures accent the room's jewel-toned decor, while comfy leather chairs, marble-topped tables and a super-sized community ottoman provide ideal seating arrangements for intimacy or socializing. Dancing is secondary to conversation and sampling imaginative, potent cocktails. An unexpected escape from the slot-machine flurry just yards away, the glass walls are one-way, so patrons can spy on the casino craziness in relative privacy.
Sleek. This small lounge was pefect for pre-O cocktails. It was very serene inside - the space was gorgeous, as were the employees. Although the banquets were reserved for bottle service, we were seated at one anyway, which we found preferable to sitting at the bar or at the long table that stretched the length of the lounge. Interesting mix of music - as we walked in, 50 Cent was playing, but that quickly changed to 80s hits. The Oreo Shake martini was one of the most creative dessert cocktails I've ever had, and the small carafe it was presented in was a nice (if not puzzling) touch.
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