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Posted: 1/18/2013 4:08:31 PM
Hoping to recruit some local help. 

I will be in Vegas with a convention group next week.  It has been about 5 years since I last visited.  I was considering booking a small table with bottle service at Ghost Bar for some clients.  Any suggestions on how to do this in the most economical fashion?  Or if there are other venues you would suggest?

Thanks in advance for your responses.
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Posted: 1/19/2013 8:09:59 PM
Bottle service is going to be expensive no matter where you go, especially if you expect these clients to drink more then one bottle.  Your best bet is to search the internet for a service who can recommend and set up bottle service in the price range you are looking for. 
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Posted: 1/22/2013 3:48:33 AM
i just got back from vegas a couple hours ago and went to xs and marquee this trip. i saw avicii at xs (one of the biggest djs in the world was there so they upped prices a little) but one of the bouncers i was talking about said it was a 5-7k table for the first row. however that table was one of the best if not the best in the club. between the two clubs i went to, i can tell you that their is a huge differnece in table quality. xs has about 20 great tables, and the rest are pushed back (most people left these early in the night, whereas the elite tables people stayed at all night. marquess was smaller so obvioulsy had less tables, but there were probably only 10-12 that were right on the floor and had a good view of the dj booth. i didnt get a table since it was just me and my gf, plus i dont have 5k to drop on a table when 2 of us cant drink 3 bottles of alcohol. so i cant give you axact numbers, but that is what i was told, and the vibe i got from people who had table. 

my advise would be to figure out how much they care about having a table. if theyve never experienced it before, maybe theyll think its cool and wont care if its a table in the back of the club. if its a bunch of guys youll want to be close to the dance floor where girls come to you and its way more fun. in the back youll all stand around looking awk either talking or dancing by yourselves. if they do care about a table then dont go to one of the top clubs, maybe go to a lounge instead. 
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Posted: 1/22/2013 1:32:11 PM
To be safe, say 4-5 per bottle.
Doesn't have to be the best club or anything, just an above average one.
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Posted: 1/22/2013 6:03:38 PM
i actually just looked at prices since i think im going back in a month. you can get a table for 4 people for around 800, presale (wont be the same price if you go to the door). this was also at some of the bigger clubs. i think it was around 1500 for 8 people. not sure how great the tables are, im sure theyll be among the worst. but its still a table at a great price for a vegas club. also not sure how many bottles you get for each of those. i know in la every tables has atleast 2 bottles attached. but its normally 4-5 people for every bottle. 
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Posted: 2/1/2013 4:33:37 PM
You guys really pay that?
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