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"Quiet" lounge or bar??

Discussion in 'Vegas Nightlife' started by Colt45, Oct 20, 2012.

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  1. Colt45

    Colt45 Tourist

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    First off, I know Vegas is not quiet. Nor do I want it to be.

    But...my wife and I are going for a whole week this time, as opposed to our normal 4 day trips. We are looking for a small place on the Strip where we could go and relax for a few hours. Would like live band, preferably country or classic rock type stuff. Any hidden gems around??

    For a "young" couple in their forties, where would you good folks suggest we could find such a place?

    :beer:
     
  2. KKB

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    Hmmmm

    I don't see lounges with bands as all that quiet...
    We (we are also 40 somethings) like to hang out at Centrifuge in MGM or eyecandy or MIX (GREAT strip views) in Mandalay Bay. We also like Mirage's rhumbar & Wynn's Parasol Down. There are a number of ultra lounges around the strip where you can just sit & have an overpriced drink.:beer:
    As far as bands, we like Ballys Indigo Lounge or Cleopatra's Barge at Caesars--but I wouldn't call either of these quiet, and not country or classic rock.
     
  3. JuliaNPete

    JuliaNPete Low-Roller

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    Peppermill Fireside Lounge
    No live music, but good music and it is all also in video on screens throughout.
    Sometimes they play live performance videos...maybe that counts a little. :)
    But never too loud. Plus good atmosphere, nice drinks, and video poker. (Free well drinks to players)
     
  4. atom

    atom High-Roller

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    I second both Peppermill and Mix. You should do both. You want to get to Mix fairly early though.... Between 5 and 9 I'd say.
     
  5. Colt45

    Colt45 Tourist

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    Wow, a big thanks to all you folks. I will check those out when I am there.

    Less than two weeks away!!!
     
  6. paperposter

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    try mandarin oriental hotel lounge
     
  7. Colt45

    Colt45 Tourist

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    Thanks!!

    I really appreciate all the responses. Even in my younger days, four day trips were enough. We got a heck of a deal this time and the difference was only $120 more for the extra two days, with a direct flight home. Couldn't say no to that. So this time a little bit of R&R time for a change!
     
  8. ttom

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    +98432729834

    then

    x3343450

    then cube it and you are there!
     
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