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EYECANDY SOUND LOUNGE ****** Website: http://www.mandalaybay.com/entertainment/lounges/eyecandy-sound-lounge/ Located in the center of the Mandalay Bay Casino, Eyecandy is what I would call a clubby lounge, as it is a great mixture of both. Inside you can settle down in three different types of areas: the bottle service tables, the 2- drinks minimum tables and the ones around the main bar with no charge, on the first-come, first-served basis. If you get there early enough you will have no problem finding a comfortable place to sit, even in the main area.  The prices of the drinks are what I would probably describe as average, at least for the Strip: around $8-$16 a pop and this venue does offer a pretty good selection.  And best of all: there is no cover charge to get in! The atmosphere there seems very similar to what you would find in a club, with dim, kind of reddish lighting and loud music. Somehow, however, they managed to design the sound engineering in such a marvelous way that although you certainly feel like you are at a party, the music is not deafening. Which means that you don’t have to use sign language to communicate with your hoarse and somewhat discouraged companions. On the contrary, everybody can converse with one another pleasantly, for  once actually addressing the very same topic. Ok, I did just realize that sometimes that might not be a good thing.  But anyway. Another feature that makes this lounge resemble a club is the fact that it possesses a dance floor. It’s a bit on the smaller side, but cute and inviting nonetheless. If you don’t necessarily want to dance right away, you can hang out at a bar situated next to it, get a cocktail and admire the talent on display before you make your move. Or alternatively cover your eyes in desperation, order three more cocktails and drink them all in quick succession. I guess it on depends on the night. But there certainly are a lot of ladies and gentlemen looking for a date, if you get my, ehem, euphemism. Well, I don’t know how else to describe it.  Unless to perhaps say that these young  people are most likely not seeking somebody with whom  they wish to be united in holy matrimony. Yes, that should  do it. All throughout the Eyecandy Lounge you can spot big screens showing video-clips of the currently playing songs. Some are hanging right above the dance-floor, which comes in extremely handy if you run out of inspiration: you can always glance up and imitate the routines performed by your favorite star. Or at least attempt to. Obviously you might not always be stepping on the path of glory, especially if you decide to copy the likes of MC Hammer or PSY. As far as the music is concerned, they present the guests with a really good variety: all the newest hits, but also some older stuff like Michael Jackson, Salt-n-Pepa, Snap or other party evergreens.  I imagine no matter what your scene is you will probably enjoy the Eyecandy Lounge: it has a very easy-going, animated atmosphere, diversified clientele and good tunes. It stays open until late (on Saturday it was 4 AM), so you can make a night out of going there. The only downside I can think of is the fact that there are no restrooms on site and you have to hike across the casino to the nearest one. Nevertheless, you can perceive it as a chance to regroup and maybe make some interesting friends while using the facilities, complete with great insights into wherever they are partying at the moment. Compare notes. Compare handbags and shoes. And then  reinforced in the knowledge of your own personal  gorgeousness go back to dazzle the crowd.
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EYECANDY SOUND LOUNGE ****** Located in the center of the Mandalay Bay Casino, Eyecandy is what I would call a clubby lounge, as it is a great mixture of both. Inside you can settle down in three different types of areas: the bottle service tables, the 2- drinks minimum tables and the ones around the main bar with no charge, on the first-come, first-served basis. If you get there early enough you will have no problem finding a comfortable place to sit, even in the main area.  The prices of the drinks are what I would probably describe as average, at least for the Strip: around $8-$16 a pop and this venue does offer a pretty good selection.  And best of all: there is no cover charge to get in! The atmosphere there seems very similar to what you would find in a club, with dim, kind of reddish lighting and loud music. Somehow, however, they managed to design the sound engineering in such a marvelous way that although you certainly feel like you are at a party, the music is not deafening. Which means that you don’t have to use sign language to communicate with your hoarse and somewhat discouraged companions. On the contrary, everybody can converse with one another pleasantly, for  once actually addressing the very same topic. Ok, I did  just realize that sometimes that might not be a good thing.  But anyway. Another feature that makes this lounge resemble a club is the fact that it possesses a dance floor. It’s a bit on the smaller side, but cute and inviting nonetheless. If you don’t necessarily want to dance right away, you can hang out at a bar situated next to it, get a cocktail and admire the talent on display before you make your move. Or alternatively cover your eyes in desperation, order three more cocktails and drink them all in quick succession. I guess it on depends on the night. But there certainly are a lot of ladies and gentlemen looking for a date, if you get my, ehem, euphemism. Well, I don’t know how else to describe it.  Unless to perhaps say that these young  people are most likely not seeking somebody with whom  they wish to be united in holy matrimony. Yes, that should  do it. All throughout the Eyecandy Lounge you can spot big screens showing video-clips of the currently playing songs. Some are hanging right above the dance-floor, which comes in extremely handy if you run out of inspiration: you can always glance up and imitate the routines performed by your favorite star. Or at least attempt to. Obviously you might not always be stepping on the path of glory, especially if you decide to copy the likes of MC Hammer or PSY. As far as the music is concerned, they present the guests with a really good variety: all the newest hits, but also some older stuff like Michael Jackson, Salt-n-Pepa, Snap or other party evergreens.  I imagine no matter what your scene is you will probably enjoy the Eyecandy Lounge: it has a very easy-going, animated atmosphere, diversified clientele and good tunes. It stays open until late (on Saturday it was 4 AM), so you can make a night out of going there. The only downside I can think of is the fact that there are no restrooms on site and you have to hike across the casino to the nearest one. Nevertheless, you can perceive it as a chance to regroup and maybe make some interesting friends while using the facilities, complete with great insights into wherever they are partying at the moment. Compare notes. Compare handbags and shoes. And then  reinforced in the knowledge of your own personal  gorgeousness go back to dazzle the crowd.
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