3930 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8911936.091263 -115.174247
Not to start off with the bad news, but since it might make or break your decision to come here, I will--it's $17 just to get into this bar ($37 including two drinks), because being a giant swanky igloo and all, it's part bar, part attraction. So if you want to drink vodka from an ice cup while sitting on an ice chair covered in a pelt in sub zero temps, here you go.
Horrible experience – The manager Jason tried charging my friend around 100$ in drinks she did not order or receive. When asked for verification by receipt or video, Jason couldn't muster either and asked the majority of our party to leave so he could harass my friend to the point of tears. The bar itself is smal and boring.
Don a parka and chill out (literally) in this icy wonderland. – In Short
Minus 5 became the first permanent ice lounge to open in the United States. Located in Mandalay Place, guests toss on parkas over their t-shirts and swap flip-flops for boots to enter the freezer, where the temperature is kept at minus 5 Celsius (23-degrees Fahrenheit). The entire lounge is made of ice-from the chandeliers to benches to the bar and the sculptures. Even the super strong cocktails are served in glasses made of ice. Sculptures are switched out every few weeks to change the mood and reflect the season.
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