Set well below the bustling casino floor, Parasol Down seems more exclusive than it really is. Standing on the balcony, above and behind the bar, you may feel like you've snuck up on something magical. Once you descend the escalators, you see you're really a part of the magic.
While its sister establishment Parasol Up relishes its coziness amongst the casino, Parasol Down rips open the area, feeling both vast and secluded at the same time. During the day, the two-story window brings in enough light to make the room feel more like a resort than a bar. And at night, the darkness is broken by spectacle.
On the patio, guests are entertained by lights projected directly onto the waterfall. And if you don't want to brave the heat to see the sights up close, three mirrors are strategically placed behind the bar so you can catch the highlights without having to turn away from your drink -- true Las Vegas innovation.
Bottle service and signature cocktails may bring in a few partiers, but there are still four beers on tap for the more casual customer. And though it doesn't have a TV, DJ or happy hour, it fits a very particular niche. If you're looking for a cute place to sit and watch the water show, or just want to pop down and see what the air is like by the lake, Parasol Down is the place to be -- a colorful extension of the Parasol name.