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Best Nightclub where you can actually sit down for free?

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by Tib2d2, Jun 24, 2015.

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  1. Tib2d2

    Tib2d2 Tourist

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    Nothing makes me more nuts than paying to get into a lounge just to have no where to sit unless you pay for it.

    What is the best Club or Lounge that has places to sit that are free?
     
  2. gguerra

    gguerra Low-Roller

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    I don't know if free is the right word which is probably why you have not got any replies yet. I think you are wanting a club or lounge where you do not have to pay extra to get a table. You want to just simply walk in and sit down at a table and order drinks (not free either)? There are just to many lounges or bars to mention and they will not charge you extra to sit at a table. If you are talking about night clubs in the traditional sense with a dress code, DJ etc than those are at a premium and although there may be some I personally don't know about them.
     
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    kboltwkreations Low-Roller

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    You can sit at the tables at Hyde at Bellagio on an off night (when it isnt a true club) until someone comes that has reserved the table. They have several small tables available and I do know they WILL also let you sit at the big one that is on the water without a reservation (I know because there was someone sitting there when we showed up who had to move).
    Whiskey down at MGM is pretty nice too, They have long comfortable couches, but it is just a small bar not a club type scene.
     
  4. Iceicecool

    Iceicecool Low-Roller

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    You might want to try 1923 bourbon and Bourlesque at Mandalay Bay. Both times I went there I found plenty of seats/couches to sit at for free.
     
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    Bigcasino Low-Roller

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    Them seem to be less and less free seating. But I know of a few;
    The Lounge at Excaliber with live band
    The Bond at Cosmo - some times a DJ and dancers
    Indigo at Ballys but they do have a 2 drink min.
    The iBar at Rio
    The Oasis at Stratosphere - DJ's and live bands
    Someone mentioned the bourbon lounge at Mandalay bay but people are posting you have to buy 50 bucks in drinks to sit down .
    Forget the name but a French themed lounge with live bands at Paris
    Hope this list helps you out
     
  6. cphllps

    cphllps High-Roller

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    Le Cabaret , it immediately came to mind when I read the thread title.
     
  7. amk121

    amk121 Low-Roller

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    What is the Lounge at Excalibur like?
     
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    Yes, I would second that recommendation! They say there's a two drink minimum and no outside drinks but it's rarely if ever enforced.
     
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    I am going to have to say Hyde in the early evenings.

    Closest thing to a nightclub .

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    I am going to have to say Hyde in the early evenings.

    Closest thing to a nightclub .
     
  10. sr1972

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    Another vote for Hyde, went there on a Thursday (Live Music), and while we didn't get to sit for free, we had a minimal spend (which we blew out of the water) to have a couch right in front of the fountains, excellent venue and great time!

    Another vote for Bond as well, best lobby bar I have ever seen, just as good if not better than a nightclub when you hit it at the right time, my GF and I visit Bond every trip, so much fun!!
     
  11. chekraze

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    Totally agree on Hyde and Bond. We did both on same trip. More likely to have free seating at Bind though. Only free seating at Hyde is early in evening. We went on a Saturday night with 8 couples and had table overlooking lake. All of us still talk about it and honestly was worth every cent we paid. Even when we are all 80 we will prob remember the good time had there.
     
  12. chekraze

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    Totally agree on Hyde and Bond. We did both on same trip. More likely to have free seating at Bind though. Only free seating at Hyde is early in evening when it's a lounge. There are some nights where it's stays in lounge mode all night.

    We went on a Saturday night with 8 couples and had table overlooking lake. All of us still talk about it and honestly was worth every cent we paid. Even when we are all 80 we will remember that night
     
  13. mattjs33

    mattjs33 Low-Roller

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    My wife and I went to Bond in 2011 and loved it. We sat at one of the tables around the outer perimeter and had a great time. Went back the next year hoping to enjoy it again. We sat down at one of those same tables and were told they were all reserved for bottle service. The only "free" tables were all full. We were really annoyed because no one was in any of the reserved tables. Went to Chandelier instead.

    Has it changed since then? Or is there a time to get there or a certain place to sit?
     
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