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Million Dollar Upgrade for the Caesars Palace Lobby Bar

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Galleria Bar
Photo: Bradley Martin

The plywood sign at Caesars Palace speaks an acknowledged truth that "every great hotel deserves an exceptional lobby bar." Caesars is hoping to meet that challenge by shuttering their 24-hour Galleria Bar located just off the lobby and commencing a considerable upgrade hidden behind a very large series of plywood panels.

The new, 3,673-square-foot super-sized lobby showcase has allocated $1,300,000 for the estimated construction costs. The walls hiding the work stretch from the hotel check-in desk down to the Palace Court high-roller lounge, temporarily displacing the Golf Desk to a spot next to the concierge.

For now, guests are advised to head over to The Seahorse Bar closer to the race and sports book, Shadow Bar, adjacent to Nobu Restaurant & Lounge or the new Apostrophe Bar across from the Bacchanal Buffet. The exact same seven-figure estimated budget was allotted to the Apostrophe Bar before its groundbreaking.

Caesars Palace's own Website makes no mention of the changes or closure, nor offers a timetable for completion.
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Galleria Bar

3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

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