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Chandelier Bar access

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by kel3420, Sep 20, 2013.

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  1. kel3420

    kel3420 VIP Whale

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    Are all three levels of this bar wheelchair accessible?

    Thanks!
     
  2. firstkill

    firstkill High-Roller

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    there is an elevator near by.


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  3. worldtraveler661

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    The top and lowest level I believe are wheelchair accessible. I dont recall every inch of it but I think theres steps to get to a certain area. So of course you probably cant get to that area.

    But theres spots at the lower floor and the top floor where the shops are that you can access with a wheelchair.
     
  4. MikeE

    MikeE The Shah's Slightly Hairy Cousin

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    Every level is accessible via the elevator. Good thing too since the bartenders won't make specialty cocktails exclusive to a specific level. The verbena cocktail (not on the menu) on level 1.5 is not to be missed.
     
  5. kel3420

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    Thanks everyone. I've read many times about the awesome drinks at this bar, and, while we have been to Cosmo, for whatever reasons, we have never had the time to just sit at the bar for a drink. I SO want to change that for my upcoming trip. Although last night when I was telling hubbie about our tentative plans, he mentioned that most people in our group will have no desire to go there. So it would make t even better if it were just he and I having a Verbena by ourselves, quietly celebrating 22 years of marriage.
     
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    Patripman Low-Roller

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    Quick story about the Verbena cocktail. It was my sons and I first trip ever to Vegas and we were sitting in Cosmos casino level Chandelier bar sofa area, it was around 2:00 a.m. on a Friday night when this large group of older and younger people walked in and to say they were wasted is an understatement. They were locals staying at Cosmo for a birthday bash, absolutely the best people we ever met. They took up the rest of the area where we were sitting and invited us to stay and party with them since this was our first trip to Vegas. This is where I was initiated into the Verbena drink club. The older son was whispering something to my son and they said we will be right back. Now I am no stranger to "the party scene" so I am thinking OK some "bud, the other kind":evillaugh may come into play and in the condition I was in was not going to go over well. They returned with 2 Verbena drinks and described to us how to drink them, chew the bud and then drink, chew and drink etc. I asked "am I going to trip out or something" because If I do I want to prepare myself mentally. You want to talk about laughter. Well all I remember was my face, tongue, everything went numb and then the drinks began to go down oh so well. Let me put it to you this way they found me wondering around in front of Bellagio's fountains at 4:30 a.m. I had gone to the bathroom and ended up walking out onto the strip.

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  7. kel3420

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    OMG. Perhaps I won't be trying that drink lol
     
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