ONE SIX Sky Lounge at Eastside Cannery Offers Amazing Views for New Year’s Eve
November 30, 2009 by VegasNews.com
Ring in the New Year at ONE SIX Sky Lounge inside Eastside Cannery Casino & Hotel. The sleek contemporary hotspot features a three-sided balcony with awe-inspiring views of the famed Las Vegas Strip and America’s Party-New Year’s Eve Fireworks Show.
For only $35 guests can enjoy a fantastic view, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, champagne toast and party favors. From 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. experience an unforgettable New Year celebration from the 16th floor of Eastside Cannery Casino & Hotel with entertainment provided by renowned DJ Madam Malixa who will spin heart-pumping electro-house and high-energy dance music throughout the night. Tables with bottle service can also be reserved by calling 702.856.5432.
Eastside Cannery & Hotel guests will be transported from the property’s industrial era theme to a sleek 11,000 square foot hotspot. Upon entering ONE SIX Sky Lounge, revelers immediately gravitate toward the expansive 1,700 square foot three-sided balcony, offering unique and breathtaking views of the famous Las Vegas skyline. The carefully crafted floor design allows guests to take in the legendary panorama from any location within the venue, including the restrooms. ONE SIX is appointed with an eclectic blend of classic motifs and modern furnishings that creates an intimate and upscale setting. The chairs and chaises in the lounge area coupled with warm red hues offset by three large blue, cast glass columns lit from within create an inviting atmosphere. For more information, please visit http://www.onesixlv.com <http://www.onesixlv.com> .
To purchase tickets for New Year’s Eve go to the front desk ticket counter in Eastside Cannery or call 702.856.5470. There will be a $15 cover charge after midnight.
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