The newest bar in Las Vegas features an open floor plan overlooking the casino floor at Caesars Palace. The new Alto Bar takes over the former home of Seahorse Lounge near Omnia Nightclub at the resort and becomes the largest lounge at Caesars Palace.
Guests can drink updated versions of classic cocktails, as well as bottled beers, draft beers and wines by the glass. For the entire cocktail menu, head here.
Guests can sit in private booths with their own televisions. Or guests can watch one of 15 televisions or play at 18 video poker machines.
The space includes a private dining space with room for 30 guests and a 70-inch television.
The bar features a daily happy our from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. daily with $6 draft beers, $8 well drinks and specialty cocktails going for $10.
Go ahead and wander around Alto Bar.