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Easygoing bar/lounge in or near Caesar's Palace that's open at 5 pm?
January 19, 2013 9:25 PM   Subscribe

I'm stupid at wedding planning. I have a 2 hour gap between my lunch/dinner and a show I'm taking my guests to (both at Caesar's Palace in Vegas). Is there a really nice easygoing bar/lounge that's open at 5 pm in Caesar's or near Caesar's that you recommend for people to digest, chat, etc? It would be nice if they had some not too loud live music, too. Thanks!
posted by KimikoPi to Food & Drink (5 answers total)
 
I would assume that people who have been at a wedding ceremony and a lunch/dinner all day would need at least an hour or two to nap/shower/change. You might want to make a list of suggestions, but I would refrain from structuring anything. It's Vegas, your guests will have a good time.
posted by roomthreeseventeen at 9:30 PM on January 19, 2013 [1 favorite]


I remember sitting and relaxing in a bar at Caesar's Palace that had some gigantic fish tanks. It was exactly what our group needed for a breather, and it was pretty empty when we went there. No live music, though, as it was off to the side of the casino floor.
posted by limeonaire at 10:05 PM on January 19, 2013


Ah yes, it was the Seahorse Lounge!
posted by limeonaire at 10:08 PM on January 19, 2013


I have spent a delightful hour at the Seahorse Lounge. If you choose it, see if you can reserve tables; otherwise, you may have trouble cobbling enough seating together. Also, the Seahorse isn't very big, so it may not be a great choice if you've got more than, say 15 people (and you want them all to have seats).
posted by devinemissk at 5:12 AM on January 20, 2013 [1 favorite]


Also, this is actually fairly typical for weddings (timing just doesn't always work out with multiple venues). Roomthreeseventeen is right that guests may like this opportunity to go change or freshen up. It's nice, though, to provide some options -- and if you won't be at the bar/lounge, let them know that, too, as that may affect some people's decision/planning. (Like, if you were going to be there, they might go to have the chance to hang with you, but if not, might welcome the opportunity to catch a nap or check email or whatever.)
posted by devinemissk at 5:18 AM on January 20, 2013


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