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January 28th, 2009 – by: sweetsummerdaiz
I stayed here once on the 16th floor overlooking the fountains. I was disappointed that high winds will cause the fountain show to be cancelled; such was the case when I stayed here.
The caviar bar in the casino is always crowded. As the piano player entertains, the crowds come in by twos or fours to enjoy a cocktail and select high-end caviar off the menu. I was floored to see that it was as high as $800-$1100 per ounce for some varieties! Of course, I didn't order those ;o) I did, however, order a combination of ahi tuna and caviar. It was delicious~ I wouldn't expect less.
As I sat in this restaurant listening to relaxing music, I could stare at the glass flower garden hanging from the ceiling. As hundreds of people passed under it by the hour I was able to study it without interruption.
After leaving the restaurant I wandered into the lobby where crowds are always gathered. Their atrium is always decorated for the coming holiday and on this trip it was decorated for Thanksgiving. With Arched water fountains, colorful chilipepper displays, cranberries and mum pathways, it, as always, was beautiful and unique.
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