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Top 10 March Madness viewing parties in Las Vegas for 2022

7 Mar 2022

By Dan Ippolito
We are just six days away from Selection Sunday where many will begin filling out their brackets for the annual NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and begin placing bets for the most chaotic sports tournament of the betting calendar. Of course, the Big Dance is also one of the busiest times of the year in Las Vegas as an array of sportsbooks and casinos will throw multiple watching parties. And with St. Patrick’s Day coinciding with Day 1 of this year’s tournament on 17 March, it will be even more insane than usual throughout Sin City.

Today, we take a look at 10 Las Vegas viewing parties to consider for your Las Vegas March Madness venue this year.

10. South Point Hotel Casino and Spa
If you are looking for a free party, consider South Point Hotel Casino and Spa’s Grand Ballroom.

The doors open at 8 a.m. and the venue will have live betting stations and kiosks.

Stadium food will be available for all starting from as low as $2 and select beers just $4.

9. The LINQ Hotel + Experience
The LINQ Hotel + Experience Promenade will feature Hoops on the Strip viewing parties from Thursday, 17 March through Sunday, 20 March.

The atmosphere will feature St. Patrick's Day holiday and basketball decor along with a 19-foot-8 inch by 11-foot-1-inch LED video wall. Pop-up interactive game stations will be available for guests to enjoy a little competition.

Hoops on the Strip offerings will take place throughout The LINQ as well at Off The Strip Bistro & Bar, ameriCAN Beer & Cocktails, Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery and Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar.

Individual tickets for a seat at Caesars Sportsbook during the tournament start at $225 and your seat will be available to you as early as 8 a.m.

8. SAHARA Las Vegas
SAHARA Las Vegas presents Hoop Madness viewing parties at its new AZILO Ultra Pool and Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar on Thursday, 17 March and Friday, 18 March.

AZILO will offer VIP poolside viewing packages with open bar options, vantage points of the venue’s high-definition video wall, complimentary poolside games like beer pong and corn hole, access to heated pools and hot tubs and a menu of gameday favorites. Guests can select between a six-hour open bar package ($125) or an all-day open bar package ($219).

Chickie’s & Pete’s also offers specials complete with reserved seating, game-day fare, drinks and bottle service, and access to in-venue William Hill sports betting. Exclusive group reservation opportunities will also be available at each of the venues.

7. The D Las Vegas
Another free-to-enter party will be held at The D Las Vegas. The Downtown property’s ballroom on the 12th floor will be home a first come first serve style seating event. Food and bar service will be available for purchase throughout the viewing party.

If guests are looking for a more extravagant experience, then they should look into purchasing a mancave which includes:
  • Unlimited food and beverage (excluding shots)
  • Four TV’s for optimal game watching
  • Private room with couches
  • Dedicated cocktail server to deliver your food and drinks
  • Complimentary wi-fi
  • $25 free match play Casino chip per person
The mancaves run $300 per person for a six-hour window or $500 per person for the 12-hour all day rental.

6. Wynn Las Vegas
Wynn Las Vegas will have several March Madness deals including one at Charlie’s Bar & Grill.

The venue that overlooks the Strip’s sportsbook will have an all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink for beer, wine and well liquor priced at $300 per person. For those looking to upgrade to premium cocktails, it is just an additional $25 per person.

The Italian-American restaurant, Allegro, will also have a special event for March Madness. The games will be on all the screens throughout the venue and will also include an all-you-can-eat menu.

5. Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
There are 1,500 seats for visitors to choose from at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino’s Hoop Central party.

The International Theater will open at 8 a.m. Thursday through Sunday and for each day, tickets start at $40 for balcony seats. A domestic beer is included with the purchase of each ticket.

With four large screens in view of every seat, you won’t miss a second of the action.

Also, if you can score a seat, the Westgate’s Superbook offers one of the best sportsbook settings in the world, with its 220-foot long, 18-foot high video wall.

4. Circa Resort & Casino
The three-story sportsbook at Circa Resort & Casino, which has been the talk of Las Vegas since its grand opening back in December of 2020, will have the 67-game tournament on the screens and its 10 betting stations ready to accept wagers.

The sportsbook will also have seating and table reservations available including:
  • Comfortable seating with a luxury viewing experience from every table
  • VIP server for bottle service, cocktails, and beer
  • Your favorite game day food options presented by Saginaw’s Deli and Victory Burger
Stadium Swim will also be geared up for viewing parties.

The 143-foot screen will welcome all to watch the madness with general admission starting at $20 and reserved seating also as an option for daybeds and cabanas.

3. Caesars Palace
At Stadia sports bar inside Caesars Palace, guests can reserve tables for as little as two people, which is $500 per table and includes a $200 beverage credit.

You can also head over to the Strip’s cigar bar, Montecristo, to enjoy the action. Tables for two people in the courtyard begin at $665 and includes a $250 beverage credit.

Don’t forget about the sportsbook option as well. Place your bets at Caesars Sportsbook and reserve a bleacher seat, VIP package or one of the front row seats for viewing.

2. Treasure Island Las Vegas
During the 2022 March college basketball tournament, Treasure Island Las Vegas will welcome sports fans and bettors to multiple watch parties at its restaurants and ballroom areas.

At the ballrooms, doors open at 7:30 a.m. Guests will be welcomed to an open seating environment, first come first served. No cover charge, with bar and breakfast, lunch and dinner options available for purchase.

The bar at Golden Circle Sportsbook and bar will be open 24/7 and the kitchen will open at 9 a.m. Golden Circle will offer open seating, first come first served access to TI’s sportsbook with no cover charge.

At Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que, doors will open at 10 a.m. at the saloon and noon at the restaurant. Games will be screened on all monitors and a viewing party will be set up on Gilley’s dance floor with no cover charge.

1. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Belmont Ballroom will host the 2022 March Madness parties at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. For $300 per person, single day open bar passes can be purchased for Thursday and Friday.

Sold at a first come, first serve basis, the ticket includes an open bar of well liquors, beer, wine, soda, and water—shots & Red Bull not included.

The same ticket is available for purchase on Saturday as well for $150 per person.

Reserved seating features private sofas and coffee tables which includes beverage service and gourmet buffet for those looking to buy ahead of time or are with a bigger group.

Guests can purchase food and drink inside the event or bring in food and drink from any restaurant inside The Cosmopolitan.
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