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3770 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Sun. - Thurs. 11 am- 2am, Sat. - Sun. 11 am- 3 am
minus5° Ice Bar Quick Facts
- minus5° Las Vegas requires a $15 entry fee for the basic package of jacket and gloves. Upgraded packages with warmer garments available for $45, and a VIP package for $65.
- Cocktails are $10+, making for a potentially pricey stay at minus5° Ice Bar in Vegas.
- Another minus5° Las Vegas Ice Bar resides in Mandalay Bay, which is smaller in area.
- All of the ice used at minus5° Ice Bar in Vegas is 100% pure Canadian ice.
- minus5° Las Vegas has been featured on several televesion shows, including Live with Regis and Kelly as well as X-treme Eating on FLN.
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Awesome bar where everything is ice. Definitely fun and unique. Sitting on fur rugs, drinking shots out of an ice glass while setting down your glass on a coffee table made out of ice? You and your friends will feel like an instant baller in there."
Cost of cover charge
$ - $10 and under
$$ - $11-$25
$$$ - $26-$40
$$$$- $41 and above
Features: Located right on the Strip in the luxurious Monte Carlo, minus5° Ice Bar in Vegas provides a frozen escape from the sweltering heat. Everything in the bar is made of ice – including hand-crafted sculptures, ice cups and even the walls and bar itself – making minus5° the "coolest" nightlife experience in Sin City. Those looking to down shots can also find creative ice sculptures and contraptions perfect for friends to enjoy together at minus5° Las Vegas.
Why We Go: minus5° Las Vegas is a novelty experience that is hard to find anywhere else, especially in the dry heat of the Vegas desert.
- Vodka Anyone?: A variety of vodka cocktails pair perfectly with their custom-designed ice glasses made from New Zealand water. Although minus5° Ice Bar in Vegas does not quite feature a full bar, an arrangement of vodka based cocktails are primed for consumption due to the frosty atmosphere.
- Cool Down Time: After a sweaty day on the Strip or evening in a nightclub, the five degree Celsius (33° Fahrenheit) weather gives visitors a nice break from the heat. Constantly changing themed ice sculptures (some usually of the R-rated variety) keep things at minus5° Las Vegas interesting and fresh.
Inside Knowledge: Electronics such as cameras and phones are not allowed, which minus5° Ice Bar in Vegas claims is due to the possibility of freezing and breaking electronics. This means that any photo souvenirs are restricted to the on-site photographer in the bar, who will take posed photos of you that later cost a hefty sum to purchase. Also, there's no bathroom inside, so use one before you enter.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Look for Special Coupons and Entry Deals: Cover charge is $15 for entry plus a parka and gloves, but drinks are $10+. Considering how quickly one drink can go down, your stay in this minus5° Las Vegas bar will be either exceedingly short or exceedingly expensive.
- Don't Bring Your Dancing Shoes: There is no dance floor at minus5° Las Vegas, and if you try to bust a move anyway, you will more likely crash into an ice mannequin than find a willing partner. Save your dancing for a nearby lo