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Carnaval Court Re-Opening Early

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by Suekel, Feb 7, 2013.

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  1. Suekel

    Suekel VIP Whale

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    Apologies if this has already been posted somewhere else. Harrah's posted on their Facebook page that Carnaval Court renovations are done early and they will re-open for good tomorrow the 8th. Originally they were going to be closed til March 1st.

    This works out well for me, since I like to stop in this place each trip, and the March 1st date would have had it still closed when we are there.
     
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  2. VegasKing

    VegasKing Low-Roller

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    Must be the first time that a project in Vegas got done early.
     
  3. numeno

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    I'm sure it is a nightmare to manage, but it is probably a benefit that the Linq project is comprised of changes across multiple properties. It isn't like a new casino where everything needs to be done. There could be massive delays on the Bills construction, but then no issues with something like Carnival Court.


    Anyone know if this is changing a lot? I'm not even sure what they needed to remodel at Carnival Court.
     
  4. eviliciouz

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    Yayyy!!! This is such a good news. Now I'm not feeling so blue for my trip since everything around Flamingo either closed or have a construction going on.
     
  5. Kc4400

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    That is great news. Not going until July, so I wasn't worried, but nice to have something to look ahead to while it is rain/snowing here.
     
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    It wasn't so much carnival court that needed remodeling. They removed all the shops on the south side of carnival court and moved the porte cochere of the Quad to almost where the Ghiradelli chocolate store was.
     
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    GOOD NEWS, taking 3 first timers in 2 weeks and def wanted them to experience Carnival Court!
     
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    yeah!! That is awesome news thanks for posting!! I will be there the weekend of feb 15th and was bummed that it was going to be closed. Really liked going there to see live bands on my last trip. So happy I will get to go there this trip :)
     
  9. Suekel

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    Our trips overlap, I'll keep an eye out for you there. We are bringing first timers too!!
     
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    Def do so!! I am really looking forward to this trip, its going to be a great one!
     
  11. ButterflyMtn

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    Yay love CC..glad it was done early. Can't wait to go in May. Also, FYI DJ Michael Toast is awesome there usually spins til close...he'll keep you dancing!:peace::peace:
     
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    My wife and I are going to Vegas for her birthday the 1st weekend of March and are thinking about going to a club after we go and see Criss Angel. Were not into dancing or heavy drinkers, mainly looking for a place to people watch, have a drink, and lisson to music. So would this place be good or would anyone recamend someplace else on the strip. We are looking for some place on the strip since we are staying at the Jockey Club. And we want someplace that doesn't have a crazy cover-charge.
     
  13. ButterflyMtn

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    I think it would be a good place, they have a few BJ tables going and the "flare" bartenders are fun to watch and even the crazy people on the dance ffloor
     
  14. optimator

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    The wife and I will be there in 10 days. We didn't go there on our last (and first) trip. We'll check it out for sure this time :beer:
     
  15. sco5123

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    If you are at Jockey, you should go to Cosmopolitan next door and go to their bars Chandelier or Bond. There is no cover I believe and they are open for most of the evening into the late night. Very classy places.

    I love CC but it's a little more divey :)
     
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