LOMLOTs™ had big bands and ballroom dancing; Baby Boomers had polyester and discos; Gen Xers introduced us to ultra-lounges. Now the Millennials are upping the ante. Case in point: eyecandy sound lounge at Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
According to its website, "eyecandy sound lounge & bar features unrivaled technology that will redefine the Las Vegas nightlife experience. Featuring high-tech twists on the classic cocktail lounge, eyecandy combines interactive touch tables, revolutionary sound stations and a dance floor with an ever-changing landscape."
"eyecandy sound lounge features exclusive interactive touch tables that allows guests to be in control of their nightlife experience all from the comfort of their booth. Using interactive, multi-touch tables, guests can create visuals and messaging as well as project images onto screens above the dance floor. This high-tech table technology allows guests to create and control the visual and audio environment, becoming part of the sensory experience, where each night has a unique vibe." And according to LasVegasAdvisor.com guests are encouraged to bring their iPods, so their personal playlists can be integrated into the lounge’s music repertoire via downloads into one of three sound stations.
The best part? Unlike most Vegas clubs, admission to eyecandy is free.
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