Caesar's Palace Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
The Seahorse Lounge is a new bar at Caesar's Palace and a very pretty one it is indeed, with the green glass lights imitating sea grass and the blue ceiling creating an underwater ambience. What is special though are the live seahorses in the aquarium as you enter. Stop and watch them -- they are amazing little creatures:)))
Dress Code: Vegas comfortable. Although you might want to dress-up for the champagne :)
This is a fabulous club with beautiful decor & a lovely multi-racial crowd. O.P.M. plays Hip Hop & Electronic music. There will be a bit of a line outside but a 50 to the doorman will get you right through. You have a great view of the Ceasar's Forum from anywhere in the club.
Dress Code: No sneakers or jerseys.
PURE Nightclub still brings in the crowds and having experienced the rooftop views, I can see why. Although the door policy is still strict, it was worth the wait. PURE has a number of different rooms each playing a different genre of music. There is something for everyone. Dance floor can get crowded, but you can escape to the rooftop bar and enjoy the view and the downtempo / house beats. Best bet to gain entrance is to bring girls or get bottle service.
Dress Code: Trendy; Strict Door Policy
I will highlight here some of the shows that are now showing in Las Vegas:
Mirage: The BEATLES "LOVE" - the magic of Cirque Du Soleil brings together the spirit and passion of the Beatles - John, Paul, Ringo and George.
The Venetian: Blue Man Group - Combines music, comedy and theatrics to create a hilarious and unique form of entertainment.
1-800-BLUEMAN / Blueman.com
Caesars Palace: After a five year run, Celine Dion's show, with a cast of over 60 dancers, musicians and artists, " A New Day" will come to an end on December 15, 2007.
Mandalay Bay" - Mamma Mia - The Hit Musical features music from Abba.
Treasure Island - Cirque du Soleil - MYSTERE
The Venetian: - Phantom of the Opera - The world's most recognized musical masterpiece.
Imperial Palace: Legends In Concert - Live Tribute Show with incredible look-alike performers, featuring "Marilyn Monroe, Prince, Judy Garland, Elton John and Madonna".
Paris Las Vegas - The Producers starring Tony Danza
This place is really hoppin. In fact it was so "hoppin" that it was difficult to dance. Doable, but still a tight squeeze. The bars were pretty crowded too. If you're really into the see and be seen thing then you might enjoy this club. The line was about 3 hours if you don't know anyone that could hook it up. There's an outdoor area upstairs which is less crowded and has a nice view. I have a theory though, that it's really the people that make the place, so despite the crowding and all that, I still had a good time.
Pure is a great nightclub with a variety of entertainment. There is the Pussycat Dolls Lounge in one room and various other rooms to get your drink and dance on!!
Dont let the long line fool you.. Most of the time there is plenty of room inside. It is usually free for ladies to get in.
Dress Code: Dress to impress. The better you look the faster you will get in.
A really great cocktail lounge with the added entertainment of erotic shadow dancers. Sit at the bar and be fascinated by the two Tom Cruise Cocktail barmen throwing the bottles and mixing amazing drinks, but you wont be able to miss the two huge screens behind them with a beautiful naked girl behind each screen doing her thing....and very tastefully! Great dancers but only seen as shadows so the boys were even more interested! They chop and change the girls after every tune.
Dont be put off by the guy on the door stamping your hand as you go in...theres no entrance fee and the drinks were normal Casino lounge prices..between $10 and $12. Try the Apple Martinis.
Dress Code: Business casual...jacket and tie not required but dont expect to get in if you´re in shorts and tee shirts.
You either love her or hate her...I adore her and for someone who has sold more than 175million records worldwide, so do a lot of other people adore Celine Dion. Three years ago Caesars Palace built their Colossuem just for Celine and there she performs Thurs to Saturday during most weeks. Even if you are not a fan you will love this spectacular show. The choreography and special effects are amazing, and the great seating design of this building allows everyone to feel as if they are part of the show. Tickets are not cheap..they range from $87.50 to a massive $225, but hand on heart..they are worth every cent! If you are tempted to go, make sure you visit The Shop after the show for memorabilia...bet you buy something! Show starts at 8.30pm and during July shes only doing 7 performances
It's easy to find
There's a small dance floor and not too many tables near the dance floor
Tables were full weekend nights when we stopped in and if you're not dancing there's no "waiting" space nearby.
We crossed back over the mini bridge and got a nightcap at the bar next to the "barge" dance floor which was good for watching passers by
Dress Code: none, but at night the crowd was dressed up
The Pussycat Dolls are a collection of some of the most beautiful women around who put on an awesome show. Their lounge is at Caesars Palace in Vegas, and while you will always find a line, you will always find it is well worth the wait for at least your first pussycat experience... sually they will have a few celebrities a month join them on stage, and that is a real treat! My personal favorite is the lead of the current troupe, Nicole Scherzinger, she is absolutely memorizing, and with the right production out she will definately have a career in entertainment. The lounge is located next to the PURE nightclub in Caesars, but on certain nights the connecting door will not let you in both... and, the Dolls do not perform on Sundays and Mondays.
Dress Code: Dress to Impress.
Pure was a favorite of mine during my Vegas stay. Always a hip crowd there, the decor (and drink prices) is Miami-plush, as is most of Vegas. The crowd here was decent almost every night, and it was a very nice place to go after a PussyCat Dolls show. I had my fill of Red Bull and Grey Goose many a night in here!!!
Dress Code: Dress to impress, you Miami veterans know what I'm talking about- Dress the part, look the part, act the part.
At the Caesar Casino / Hotel you can see very nice shows...one of the most popular musical artists of our time, Celine Dion was there when we went - everyone says the shows are just amazing. If that's not in your budget, just walking around the inside and outside of Caesar is very elegant and romantic with the fountains and statues.
Cleopatra's Barge at Caesar's Palace Hotel & Casino is fairly small lounge situated on and around an Egyptian-themed barge set in real water which rocks when the dance floor is crowded. It is open every night between about 8 p.m and 4 a.m. and features a variety of live bands playing top 40 cover music to dance to. The R & B band when we were there was very good and danceable. No cover and reasonably priced drinks (for Vegas at least), but there is a two drink minimum while entertainment is playing.
Dress Code: No sneakers, sandals, tank tops, or jeans (unless they're dress jeans).
Las Vegas shows
Celine Dion started her shows at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas . Her shows take place at the Colleseum over the next three years. Celine will give 200 shows a year. Her first show took place on 25 March 2003.
SHOPPING is a must in Vegas, especially if you're lucky in the casino. Here, you can find all ranges of products & prices to suit your taste & budget.
I love to go to THE FORUM SHOPS (AT CAESARS). Here, you get to shop around sculptures that come to life (at the Festival Fountain Plaza) & upscale stores & restaurants. There are more than 70 speciality retail including Gucci, Fendi, Polo, etc... Planet Hollywood is also here.