Jan. 31, 2011(Stateline, Nev.) – MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa, (http://www.montbleuresort.com) is pulling out all the stops in preparation for Big Game Weekend, with parties, poker, punches, pigskin pile-ups and new 10 ft. projection HD screens, Feb. 2-5 to celebrate Super Bowl XLVI at MontBleu.
Kicking off the resort’s Big Game Weekend festivities, the South Shore entertainment hotspot is serving up non-stop action at swanky Opal Ultra Lounge with $1 drinks on Thursday, Feb. 2 for Local’s Night and Ladies Night, where women drink free, Friday, Feb. 3. Pre-game action continues on Saturday, Feb. 4 with a UFC bout as contenders Carlos Condit and Nick Diaz square off on screens at The Zone Bar & Sports Book starting at 6 p.m.
MontBleu has something completely different on Saturday night – as the best-dressed poolside attire flock to Onsen Beach & Nightclub epicenter, a poolside dance floor adjacent to the grotto-style waterfall. Add in 1,000 people, $50,000 worth of sound and lighting, $200 hot body contests, DJ David Aaron, poolside aerialists, plus one huge Jacuzzi and you’ve got the recipe for a great evening prior to Super Bowl XLVI. Saturday Nights at the Pool continues through March with free admission for Heavenly Season Pass holders. VIP cabanas and bottle service are available by calling VIP Nightclub Manager Ted Johanson at (540) 272-1767.
The Big Game Party fires up at high noon, Sunday, Feb. 5 in Opal Ultra Lounge offering football fanatics an afternoon of revelry in preparation for 3:30 p.m. PST kickoff as the New England Patriots take on the New York Giants in the showdown from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN. Super Bowl bets can be placed through MontBleu’s Sports Book until game time on a variety of propositions including first and second quarter scoring, half-time points spreads and final game results.
Raffle drawings during Super Bowl festivities at Opal offer attendees a chance to win prizes while tailgating on hot dogs, nachos, popcorn and $6 pitchers. Following the trash talking and victory dances, the evening heats up and celebrations continue into the wee hours of the morning.