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Caesars Atlantic City New Year's Eve Private Party

Caesars Atlantic City New Year's Eve Private Party

Old Dec 17, 12, 11:46 am
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Caesars Atlantic City New Year's Eve Private Party

Hi! Can anyone tell me about the private (Seven Stars?) New Year's Eve party held in Atlantic City at Caesars on the boardwalk?

What kind of food, entertainment, party favors, gifts, free room on that night, etc.?

Thanx!
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Old Dec 17, 12, 12:50 pm
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Refer to Seven Stars Insider,

IIRC Darryl, the publisher of this newsletter (and website) attended the Caesars AC 7* party last year.
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Old Dec 19, 12, 10:03 pm
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Originally Posted by SlotSlut View Post
Hi! Can anyone tell me about the private (Seven Stars?) New Year's Eve party held in Atlantic City at Caesars on the boardwalk?

What kind of food, entertainment, party favors, gifts, free room on that night, etc.?

Thanx!
I did receive an invite to the NYE party at Caesars.
(1)It didn't specifically state 7* (I am 7*)
(2)It does mention "formal attire". When I made my reservation, through my slot host, I asked about this restriction--her reply was that it was a "hint" not to wear sneakers and sweat pants--but a tux was NOT required.
(3)AC in December is too cold to have a party on the boardwalk.
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Old Jan 2, 13, 8:37 am
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Follow-up re NYE party at Caesars in AC.
I did attend the NYE party; it was a sit down dinner, salad, main course: steak and stuffed lobster tails, nice chocolate cake desert. The champagne was NOT upscale, but fairly good. The band (and singer) were not too loud and played nice tunes. It was held the Caesars Palladium ballroom.
Even though (as I noted in my post above), that "formal attire" was stated, I only noticed one of the guests with a tux--about half of the men had sport jackets and 1/4 had suits, most were dressed in "business casual" attire.
[Two years ago I attended Borgata's NYE "bash", the food was all buffet style--IMHO, a step down from a sit down dinner.]
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