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Laynec44
06-01-2016, 02:30 PM
Hey Gang, just wanted to share with the group...after years of desperately needing a cigar bar, Caesar's Palace in Vegas finally put one in and spared no expense. It's a pretty sweet place with great reviews. If you get a chance, definitely check it out (http://www.yelp.com/biz/montecristo-cigar-bar-las-vegas-2). -(P

hotreds
06-01-2016, 08:19 PM
Looking forward to giving it a try in November!

smokin5
06-02-2016, 08:36 PM
It's Vegas - you can smoke cigars anywhere on the casino floor.
Why go to an overpriced lounge inside the casino?

hotreds
06-02-2016, 08:48 PM
Because you're not smoking on the casino floor.

mosesbotbol
06-03-2016, 06:44 AM
Looks to be a nice place. Can you bring your own cigars?

Brian D.
06-03-2016, 07:39 AM
Looking forward to giving it a try in November!

I know you'll share your opinion here afterwards. In the meantime, I'd enjoy reviews from those who've been there.

CoffeeWaterBeer
07-12-2016, 03:32 PM
Heading to LV in late August. I'll checkout out and make sure to report.

bmayyy
08-03-2016, 08:39 PM
I'll be heading to LV in October, will be going there for sure. Thanks for the info.

Stinky
11-24-2016, 07:41 PM
Montecristo Lounge in Ceasars is worth a visit. Great selection of cigars and a great bar. Yes, worth a visit! Pricey, but not out of line for a casino lounge. I went there once and had a good time. Worth the stop & time to see it!

Yamasa
11-28-2016, 07:58 PM
I was in Las Vegas for 8 days in November and went to both the Fuente and Davidoff cigar bars. I found the Fuente to be less than desirable atmosphere and the manager IMO was a d**k. He was in some type of confrontation with customers virtually the whole time I was there over seating, drinks, and purchases. There was a reserved section in the bar itself (there is a patio) that one could only sit in with "permission" from the manager. This was about 1/2 the available seats which were mostly empty for those 4 hours. I am a people watcher so after about 4 hours of observing a very restrained staff, and limited patron interaction, I left. However, the Mojitos are fabulous.

At the Davidoff bar a complete opposite, friendly outgoing staff that were there to ensure a great drink and cigar experience. People mingling and strangers discussing cigars, drinks, the election, the Aficionado Big Smoke, and whatever else. I met people from Iceland, Sweden, GB, Germany and Italy, and virtually every state in the US.

If I ever go back I will check out the others again, however I suspect that my evenings will be at Davidoff.

Nazgul
01-28-2017, 12:11 AM
I was in Las Vegas for 8 days in November and went to both the Fuente and Davidoff cigar bars. I found the Fuente to be less than desirable atmosphere and the manager IMO was a d**k. He was in some type of confrontation with customers virtually the whole time I was there over seating, drinks, and purchases. There was a reserved section in the bar itself (there is a patio) that one could only sit in with "permission" from the manager. This was about 1/2 the available seats which were mostly empty for those 4 hours. I am a people watcher so after about 4 hours of observing a very restrained staff, and limited patron interaction, I left. However, the Mojitos are fabulous.

At the Davidoff bar a complete opposite, friendly outgoing staff that were there to ensure a great drink and cigar experience. People mingling and strangers discussing cigars, drinks, the election, the Aficionado Big Smoke, and whatever else. I met people from Iceland, Sweden, GB, Germany and Italy, and virtually every state in the US.

If I ever go back I will check out the others again, however I suspect that my evenings will be at Davidoff.

Had a similar experience at Casa Fuente, left me confused and disappointed. I will check out the Davidoff lounge when I return in April.