BobbyF
 
 
 
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    August 30, 2013
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There's a large white tent located in front of Caesars Palace. From the outside it doesn't look like much, but don't be fooled. This humdrum structure is home to one of the wildest shows on the Las Vegas Strip. One step inside and you're transported to the Moulin Rouge. The walls are decorated with colorful stained-cut glass, mirrors and kitschy artifacts. In the center of the tent is a tiny stage with seating situated around it. It's the perfect setting for Absinthe, an adults-only, circus-style spectacular that combines old-world burlesque with specialty acts and outrageous comedy. You won't find much refinement here, but for guests who want a show that's daring, racy and over-the-top, you might just want to order a double when it comes to Absinthe."If you're offended by words like f*** or s*** you just might be at the wrong f***'in show," says Absinthe's host The Gazillionaire.Sporting an ill-fitting white tuxedo, dark slicked-down hair, gold shoes and an exaggerated version of his manhood, The Gazillionaire looks just as absurd as his personality. He's crass, provocative and wildly entertaining. He acts as ringmaster for the show, but don't expect him to introduce any clowns who do balloon art or lead a line of elephants on parade. The Gazillionaire's loyal assistant, Penny, co-hosts. Her quirky comments add a comical element to the show. When given the chance to perform solo, Penny decides to tell a tale about her sock puppets. The story quickly goes from average to R-rated, and the crowd erupts in laughter.The two hosts are joined by Absinthe's cast of eccentrics including: a buxom brunette branded "The Green Fairy" who sings and does a burlesque-style striptease; a team of tight-rope walkers do everything from sitting on a chair to using the Ab Roller while balancing above the crowd; a sexy man and woman aerialist team; a man and woman roller skating duo and various other artists who perform incredible feats of strength within mere feet of the crowd. Some of the acts are sensual while others amaze. Throughout the show The Gazillionaire and Penny joke around, creating non-stop comedy while the next act takes the stage.Absinthe the show is a lot like Absinthe the drink. Sure you can decide to indulge in your favorite cocktail or beer. You already know you like it, and its ending result is predictable. But, if you try Absinthe, you're bound to get a few surprises and experience something wild, zany and absolutely fun.-- By Caroline Fontein
 
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5 / 5
Customer service 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
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Customer avatarBobbyF
fromQuakertown, PA
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Bachelor/Bachelorette Party
Travel Companions:Friends
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Vegas with boys
PostedAugust 30, 2013
Two friends and I head to Vegas for a bachelor party. I wanted to see a show because of Vegas but really didn't want to see something that was mainstream. If I was going to spend that kind of money I wanted comedy, good looking girls, and perhaps some acrobats, but not a lot.
This show was unbelievable. Everything from the MC, to the seats, to the acts was sensational. The reviews are correct about the dark humor used and how people get picked on in the show. You find yourself saying, "did he really just say that!" Penny was absolutely awesome with her sock puppet show. I know sounds odd, but it is not what you think.
A great show for guys to go to. Funny, brash and absolutely amazing. This show anchored by planning for the weekend and was spot on. Good job everybody!
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Originally built to resemble a riverboat -- minus the river! -- Harrah's Las Vegas is anchored in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.This lively resort opened as the Holiday Inn Casino in 1973. Having nurtured that fun-lovin' spirit over the years, Harrah's boasts a rambunctious, reckless energy that is sure to win over the young and young-at-heart.The resort is known as the home of Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill. Named for one of the country superstar's hit singles, this place is full of rollicking good times with lots to drink, live music, dancing and big portions of home-style food – like the fried bologna sandwich.Speaking of food, you'll find fresh seafood at the Oyster Bar at Harrah's. It specializes in a variety of appetizers, oysters, fish tacos and grilled lobster tail. And KGB: Kerry's Gourmet Burgers features the culinary genius of Kerry Simon in a funky atmosphere suggestive of Russia. Plus, Ruth's Chris Steak House has unparalleled views of the Strip and signature cuts of USDA Prime steak, broiled in an 1,800-degree oven.Want a quick bite? Harrah's Café is a casual spot that's open round-the-clock. It also offers "Italian nights" each evening from 4-10 p.m., when red-and-white-checkered tablecloths and bottles of vino are laid out. Flavors, The Buffet serves breakfast, lunch and dinner via a scrumptious array of cooking stations -- and it has a never-ending supply of crab legs!Entertainment is always on the menu at Harrah's as well. Since 2000, magician Mac King has been mystifying and cracking up audiences of all ages in the afternoons. If you'd prefer to be keeled over in laughter in the evenings, get tickets to the Improv Comedy Club or "Defending the Caveman," a hilarious one-man play that originated on Broadway. And "Million Dollar Quartet," the hit Broadway musical, tells about how four rock 'n' roll pioneers (Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley) came together one magical night.In addition, music and drinks can be found at several of the resort's bars. Creative cocktails are poured by the world's top flair bartenders at the outdoor Carnaval Court. Indoors you'll discover the Piano Bar, which showcases TJ's Karaoke Party and the Twins Dueling Pianos.Gaming seems to stretch into every nook and cranny of the property. As part of its nearly 87,000-square-foot casino, you'll come across such spots as the "Poker Place," where every type of video poker machine imaginable is housed, and Toby Keith's I Love This Party Pit, which brings the whiskey-themed debauchery of his bar and grill downstairs.Harrah's has a lovely Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool, replete with cabanas and comfortable lounge chairs. Other amenities include a fitness center, The Spa at Harrah's (known for its aromatherapy treatments and Swedish massages), a beauty salon and plenty of shopping -- ranging from logo merchandise to jewelry, purses and leisure apparel. Plus, the resort is home to a Las Vegas Monorail station and provides free shuttles to the Rio.Harrah's 2,526 rooms and suites are located in two adjacent 22- and 35-story towers. They feature views of the Strip, mountains, pool or city. Rooms include blackout drapes, pay-per-view movies, an iron and ironing board, a minibar and a hair dryer. There are special floors for non-smoking guests.Offering exciting gaming, exceptional dining, and a party-like atmosphere -- as well as easy access to the action-packed Strip -- Harrah's is the perfect place to get away from everyday life.
 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
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Room Quality 
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Casino 
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Hotel Location 
5 / 5
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Pool 
3 / 5
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Room Location 
3 / 5
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Overall amenities 
3 / 5
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Customer avatarBobbyF
fromQuakertown, PA
Age:35 to 44
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Bachelor/Bachelorette Party
Travel Companions:Friends
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Vegas with the Boys
PostedAugust 30, 2013
We came out to Harrah's the weekend August 22-24. We took a taxi from the airport and had an easy ride in. The location of the hotel comes up quick and if I was driving I could see how someone could miss it. Check-in was horrible. Absolutely horrible. We arrived at 10:30pm and was helped until 11:30pm with only two people processing people in. Not the fault of the service, but a manager could have come out and helped out. Room was in a nice location, I think it was Mardi Gras, easy to get to right near the elevator on the 9th floor. No noise from the elevator. Our room was clean and fair -we weren't expecting anything incredible. Our window view was the roof complex but this didn't matter we didn't pick this place for the view. Room has a strong presence of smoking. Not like someone was smoking in it recently, I got to guess it comes from the casino. Not overbearing but after the 2nd day and for the few hours we were in the room it was noticeable.
Check out was horrible, same ladies, same line, same everything. The casino was good, my friends had fun at the tables. Spa was excellent. They have a men's side and a women's side, so a guy can go into the locker room and sit in the sauna, or steam room, whirlpool. The room had a TV and soft chairs if you wanted to sweat out the liquids from the night before!
We didn't eat at the hotel, and but we did visit the little bar that served really big drinks. The cost was about 24 dollars each, but its about 3 drinks worth and was very good.
Overall, it was a good stay for the money, appropriately matched. Next time I think I will pay a bit more to get out of the smoke. We had a great time that didn't depend on the room itself.
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Originally built to resemble a riverboat -- minus the river! -- Harrah's Las Vegas is anchored in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.This lively resort opened as the Holiday Inn Casino in 1973. Having nurtured that fun-lovin' spirit over the years, Harrah's boasts a rambunctious, reckless energy that is sure to win over the young and young-at-heart.The resort is known as the home of Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill. Named for one of the country superstar's hit singles, this place is full of rollicking good times with lots to drink, live music, dancing and big portions of home-style food – like the fried bologna sandwich.Speaking of food, you'll find fresh seafood at the Oyster Bar at Harrah's. It specializes in a variety of appetizers, oysters, fish tacos and grilled lobster tail. And KGB: Kerry's Gourmet Burgers features the culinary genius of Kerry Simon in a funky atmosphere suggestive of Russia. Plus, Ruth's Chris Steak House has unparalleled views of the Strip and signature cuts of USDA Prime steak, broiled in an 1,800-degree oven.Want a quick bite? Harrah's Café is a casual spot that's open round-the-clock. It also offers "Italian nights" each evening from 4-10 p.m., when red-and-white-checkered tablecloths and bottles of vino are laid out. Flavors, The Buffet serves breakfast, lunch and dinner via a scrumptious array of cooking stations -- and it has a never-ending supply of crab legs!Entertainment is always on the menu at Harrah's as well. Since 2000, magician Mac King has been mystifying and cracking up audiences of all ages in the afternoons. If you'd prefer to be keeled over in laughter in the evenings, get tickets to the Improv Comedy Club or "Defending the Caveman," a hilarious one-man play that originated on Broadway. And "Million Dollar Quartet," the hit Broadway musical, tells about how four rock 'n' roll pioneers (Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley) came together one magical night.In addition, music and drinks can be found at several of the resort's bars. Creative cocktails are poured by the world's top flair bartenders at the outdoor Carnaval Court. Indoors you'll discover the Piano Bar, which showcases TJ's Karaoke Party and the Twins Dueling Pianos.Gaming seems to stretch into every nook and cranny of the property. As part of its nearly 87,000-square-foot casino, you'll come across such spots as the "Poker Place," where every type of video poker machine imaginable is housed, and Toby Keith's I Love This Party Pit, which brings the whiskey-themed debauchery of his bar and grill downstairs.Harrah's has a lovely Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool, replete with cabanas and comfortable lounge chairs. Other amenities include a fitness center, The Spa at Harrah's (known for its aromatherapy treatments and Swedish massages), a beauty salon and plenty of shopping -- ranging from logo merchandise to jewelry, purses and leisure apparel. Plus, the resort is home to a Las Vegas Monorail station and provides free shuttles to the Rio.Harrah's 2,526 rooms and suites are located in two adjacent 22- and 35-story towers. They feature views of the Strip, mountains, pool or city. Rooms include blackout drapes, pay-per-view movies, an iron and ironing board, a minibar and a hair dryer. There are special floors for non-smoking guests.Offering exciting gaming, exceptional dining, and a party-like atmosphere -- as well as easy access to the action-packed Strip -- Harrah's is the perfect place to get away from everyday life.
 

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Are pets allowed? Is there a place to walk them?
yes, they have an outside pet relief are we saw a little off to the side.
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