Paradise, Las Vegas, NV
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The Crystal Ballroom is a versatile entertaining space that can be transformed to meet your needs and that provides ample space for dining, dancing and music and is perfect for offsites such as: • Corporate Meetings • Board Meetings • Brainstorms • Creative Meetings Upon entering The Liberace Mansion and passing the decorative staircase, mirrored walls and chandeliers, guests enter the Crystal Ballroom. This large airy room can be arranged to meet your event’s needs. Full-service dining, buffet dining and cocktail reception space can all be accommodated. A built-in bar situated at the back of the room can be used for your choice of drinks, and a catering kitchen is adjacent. At the front of the well-lit ballroom is a raised stage that offers ideal space for entertainment, speakers, and the wedding party. At many of our events, a custom-mirrored grand pianohas taken center stage, filling the room with music and paying tribute to Liberace. The current owner of this mansion celebrating the creativity, art, and humanitarian legacy of Liberace, describes this space as follows: This space was "Liberace’s most celebrated property and his favorite home of all. In addition to its flamboyance and grandeur, the mansion served as the business center of Liberace’s operations. Famous celebrities, such as Ginger Rogers and Dolly Parton, attended Liberace’s parties there, mingling with Las Vegas entertainers and local residents. Many Las Vegas residents remember fondly special occasions inside the home. Many of Liberace’s neighbors on Shirley Street recall his greetings to them as he traveled back and forth to his palatial residence. Liberace designed the mansion with a dominant theme of mirrors—mosaic-etched mirrors, mirrored halls, mirrored pianos, massive mirrors etched with work patterned by Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, British illustrator and author. These signature segments are in the style of Japanese woodcuts, emphasizing the grotesque, the decadent, and the erotic. Beardsley was part of the Aesthetic Movement, which also included Oscar Wilde and James A. McNeill Whistler. The Art Nouveau detail in [The mansion’s] formal living room is unique among Las Vegas décor. The living room provided the at-home setting for Liberace’s interview with Ron Reagan, Jr., and the etched glass pieces were included in Robin Leach’s walk through during his Las Vegas home interview with Liberace for “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” [this mansion] was recognized as a luxurious private home with glass, class and sass. It was Liberace’s oasis in the desert. It served as his location for sumptuous parties attended by the glitterati, as well as family, friends, neighbors, and charity functions. As one tours the house, many one-of-a-kind architectural features may be noted, reflecting the personal taste and character of Liberace.”
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