Dining With the Sharks at the Seascape Ballroom in Las Vegas

Seascape BallroomFor a unique dining experience, people are flocking to the Seascape Ballroom within Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. Guests at this new Las Vegas meeting space will marvel at the underwater backdrop while they eat.

Four large, floor-to-ceiling windows frame the 1.3-million-gallon tank which is home to thirty sharks and other magnificent aquatic creatures. Patrons have full access to the Shark Reef Aquarium and can take advantage of guides who offer private tours. While on these tours, guests can observe over 2,000 animals including Golden Crocodiles, sawfish, piranhas, Shark Rays and rare Komodo dragons.

With 1,675 square feet of space, the Seascape Ballroom can accommodate up to 125 guests for cocktail receptions and eighty seated and buffet-style guests. For a more intimate ambiance, guests can visit the outdoor patio and lounge. The ballroom is available seven days a week, 7 a.m. – 11 p.m. offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Seascape Ballroom is a flexible space ideal for sit-down dinners, meetings or intimate receptions.

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